Our leadership role and commitment to the concept of Profit for Purpose enables us to use our commercial acumen to deliver a sustainable contribution to the community.
Make your next stay in Sydney a socially-conscious stay and help to power YWCA programs.
If value for money and Profit for Purpose resonate with you, we’re singing your song. The hotel’s 153 rooms (including hostel-style rooms with shared bathrooms) range in price from $117-$450+ (prices hike for peak periods such as Mardi Gras and New Year’s Eve).
If a central Sydney City location is what you want, you’ve found it. We’re in the centre of the city near Hyde Park, Pitt Street Mall, and Sydney Tower and also in South Sydney. We’re also on the doorstep of the vibrant inner city suburbs of Darlinghurst and Surry Hills.
The Song Hotel and its sister hotel in Redfern (also called Song Hotel), are Australia’s only ‘profit for purpose’ hotels, meaning that their profits go to support the YWCA’s programs, such as aiding women and children at risk of violence, and training girls in leadership.
We can also help with corporate conferences and events and adding Song Hotel to your company’s travel policy – just get in touch!
Feminist-themed hotel rooms
Song Hotel has Australia’s only feminist-themed hotel rooms, featuring well-known loved Australian female celebrities.
‘Singing the Praises of Inspirational Women’ is a themed hotel room series including tributes to iconic Australian women Sia, Lee-Lin Chin, Nakkiah Lui, Missy Higgins, Tina Arena, Bindi Irwin, Sally Rugg and Deborah Mailman – as well as a room honouring Australian feminists.
These rooms pay homage to successful Australian women who have blazed a trail in music, journalism, conservation, activism and acting. Their talent, drive, individuality, and collaboration with others to build a better community for all represent the values of YWCA Australia.