The Reid Room

This intimate and secluded room epitomises sophisticated elegance and impeccable detail.

The historic photographs displayed in this room provide an insight into the transformation of Sydney.

Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and a private balcony overlooking The Domain Gardens, this room is ideal for board meetings, private luncheons and intimate dinners.

Optional, audio visual equipment can be hired for this room.

Capacity: Banquet – 20 | Boardroom – 16 | Cocktail – 35  | U-shape – 9

Did you know?

Sir George Houstoun Reid

This room was named after Sir George Houstoun Reid who was the only person to serve as both Premier of NSW (1894-1899) and Prime Minister of Australia (1904-5), Australia’s fourth Prime Minister. He later became Australia’s first High Commissioner in London (1910-1916) and a member of the House of Commons (1916-1918).

Along with the likes of Henry Parkes, Reid is recognised as one of the founding fathers of the  Federation of Australia, as he successfully fought for and secured greater concessions for NSW ahead of the second referendum in 1899.

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