1930s retrospective: Kimpton Margot Sydney unveils art deco delights

Kimpton Margot Sydney, a heritage-listed art deco building reimagined as Sydney’s latest luxury hotel, will open on February 14.

Spanning nine levels, with 600 works of art and 172 deco-inspired rooms and suites, the hotel says it offers guests “a state-of-the-art heritage.”

Design is at the forefront of the guest experience, with bold patterns, lavish furnishings and botanical displays.

There are over 600 works of art in the hotel

Guests are invited to explore the pillared lobby, rooftop pool and terrace, conference and event spaces, and public areas and restaurants.

Luke’s Kitchen, run by celebrity chef Luke Mangan, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a unique Cellar By Luke wine experience, where guests can enjoy a feast surrounded by walls of Australian wines and international.

The pillared hall is a nod to the 1930s

The property is also home to the Wilmot Bar, a 1930s-style bar with a curated cocktail menu.

The hotel invites guests to gather at various locations around the hotel for free drinks during what it calls social hour, between 5 and 6 p.m. There are different drinks on offer every day, from boutique Aussie wines to Kimpton’s Margot cocktail, and the location constantly changes.

Most of the 172 Deco-inspired rooms and suites have bathtubs

Mindfulness and well-being are on the agenda at Kimpton Margot. A partnership with Egg of the Universe yoga studio allows guests to participate in yoga sessions via the tablet or TV in their room. Yoga mats and props are available to guests free of charge.

Mr Smith’s amenities are available in every room, but Kimpton Margot’s promise of “Forgotten We Got It”, means all guests can access additional products as needed, such as a GHD, shampoo dry, tie, pocket square or shoe polish. .

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