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We're back! Novotel Sydney International Airport reopens to travellers

The past two years have been a rollercoaster for us all, but we're excited to have officially reopened. After 12 months closed to the public, Novotel Sydney International Airport is finally welcoming back travellers.

Our 271 hotel rooms are ready to welcome travellers in Sydney's airport precinct, and our team is going to great lengths to ensure your upcoming stay will be a relaxing one. 

Novotel Sydney International Airport in Wolli Creek

Some hesitation around travel continues as we come out of a period of lockdowns and with the staggered reopening of state borders, but the tide is turning. We're seeing a steady flow of New Year’s Eve bookings, particularly from couples and groups visiting from interstate.

This is a trend we expect to continue as we look towards an increase in domestic leisure travellers in 2022.

"We’ve noticed a strong demand for bookings from families who will be travelling in Australia during the April school break,” said Zayne Boon, General Manager at Novotel Sydney International Airport.

“It looks like people are starting to rebook their missed holidays, and we’re really looking forward to seeing those guests arrive at the hotel once again."

To ensure all of our guests have peace of mind when resuming their travels, the hotel has been certified as an ALLSAFE hotel.

This certification includes elevated cleanliness protocols and standards such as contactless check in and check out for guests, strengthened cleaning programs in rooms and public areas, and comprehensive safety and hygiene training for staff.

Guests are also able to access medical professionals and telehealth medical support through a global partnership between Accor and AXA. The insurer will offer support to anyone who requires medical assistance during their stay through digital consultations with medical professionals in AXA’s extensive medical network.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Novotel Sydney International Airport.