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Layering Art Deco heritage with eclectic style, Kimpton Margot Sydney is a treasured icon reimagined. Our prized position in the heart of the city at the intersection of creativity, commerce and entertainment invites guests to explore Sydney’s riches. Inside, myriad eateries dish up flavours to savour in storied spaces, and a carefully curated collection of art and pop-up events inspire the senses.
Our guest rooms offer indulgences such as plush beds with crisp eco linens, a coffee machine and stylish bathrooms. Character and charm abound in modern furniture and art-lined walls, and your very own yoga mat as well as a curated minibar nightcap menu deliver all the comfort of your home, at ours.
From the historic cellar to the stylish rooftop, our social spaces are destinations unto themselves, emanating style and warmth as memorable as the menus. Our flagship restaurant helmed by renowned Australian chef, Luke Mangan, takes centre stage in the lobby, while an elegant 1930s-style cocktail bar invites mingling over signature bites, cocktails and sommelier-selected wine by night. By day, Pantry at Margot’s is ready to caffeinate and curb cravings with locally crafted coffee and freshly baked pastries.
Nestled amid modern marvels in an edgy corner of the city, Kimpton Margot Sydney's position puts you in easy reach of Sydney’s best shopping, theatre and entertainment. Catch a show at the historic Capitol Theatre or beeline for the retail therapy awaiting at the magnificent Queen Victoria Building. Just down the road, Chinatown dishes up the city’s best Asian eats, while cosmopolitan waterfront dining is on the cards at Darling Quarter – an easy stroll through the city. Hop on a complimentary bike and cycle your way to the trendy cafes, pubs and boutiques of Surry Hills, or head straight for the city’s showpiece – Sydney Harbour – to witness architectural icons and dazzling views straight off a postcard.