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SKYE Suites Green Square has won the award for Apartment/Suites Hotel of the Year at the Tourism Accommodation Australia NSW Awards, 2023.
Criteria for the award was judged by an anonymous on-site inspection and included fit out quality, arrival and departure experience, the level of services provided, presentation and service of staff, hotel facilities and evidence of environmental sustainability best practice throughout the hotel amongst many other points.
SKYE Suites Green Square opened in April 2020 and was designed by world-renowned Koichi Takada Architects.
The hotel has 90 suites ranging from oversized 46sqm studios to three-bedroom suites of up to 116sqm. Styled in a Japanese-inspired modern, minimalist palette featuring bespoke designer furnishings and superior amenities.  All suites feature high speed Wi-Fi, Sleeping Duck mattresses, SMEG & Fisher & Paykel kitchen appliances, internal laundry, balcony, and flat screen TV’s.
Amenities include a heated infinity pool with separate outdoor spa set in manicured gardens along with a state-of-the-art gym and sauna creating a resort setting within an urban environment.
With a total of 37 categories covering hotel achievement, people and property, SKYE Suites claimed seven (7) nominations for key team members across their 3 Sydney properties; SKYE Suites Sydney, SKYE Suites Green Square and SKYE Suites Parramatta
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Stephanie Perera, Night Manager from SKYE Suites Green Square was given special a highly commended award under the ‘Rising Star’ category.
“We were absolutely elated to have won this major award on top of receiving 7 nominations for our team members this year,” head of hotels, Skye Suites Australia, David Bowen, said.
“This is such an amazing outcome based on the challenges in the hospitality industry we’ve all faced.
To have this incredible team across our properties maintain their level of professionalism and energy has really inspired us all and fuels the team to continue to strive after recognition from the industry we all love being part off.”
The Tourism Accommodation Australia NSW Awards for Excellence are recognised as the most prestigious hospitality and tourism awards, honouring the achievement of excellence in a wide range of categories in the accommodation industry inclusive of community contribution, accommodation, restaurants, bars, and people.
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