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We Went Inside Taylor Swift’s $38,000-a-Night Sydney Suite


It should come as no surprise that when (arguably) the most famous woman on the planet right now comes to town, she’ll be staying in the city’s most luxurious penthouse suite. It’d be silly to expect anything less.

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Sat down to test out the $37,000 B&O Beovision Harmony tele | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many

Taylor Swift touched down in Sydney this week on her Dassault 7X private jet, a few days ahead of her run of four sold-out shows at Accor Stadium starting this Friday. It’s believed the 34-year-old billionaire will be staying in Australia’s most expensive penthouse suite, the Crown Presidential Villa in Sydney’s Barangaroo, usually costing upwards of AUD$38,000 a night. 

We were fortunate enough to be able to step foot inside the unbelievably luxe suite ourselves a mere few days before the Cruel Summer singer settles in to give you an exclusive inside look inside every opulent nook and rich cranny the star will enjoy. 

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I’ve seen this marble plunge bath in my dreams | Image: Supplied

The 820 square metre penthouse sits on the 88th floor of Australia’s tallest building, the Crown Sydney Tower, and could be described as more of a palatial home with every conceivable luxury, than a hotel suite. Split across two levels, with soaring floor-to-ceiling windows, the space overflows with natural light and offers unparalleled views of Sydney Harbour and Darling Harbour in every direction. 

Penthouse guests will be escorted up by their dedicated butler through a special VIP entrance. Upon entering, the sheer opulence hits you right in the face. That, and the signature Crown scent which screams, well, rich. The first floor features an expansive living room with custom upholstered furniture, a pool table, a baby grand piano, an office quarter, and even its own karaoke room.

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Best believe this place is already shimmering when she walks in | Image: Supplied

Around the corner is the fully stocked bar, butler’s kitchen, and dining room that will comfortably seat 10 guests. The second floor, which you can access either via the grand staircase or elevator, boasts a second light-filled living area with a AUD$37,000 Bang & Olufsen Beovision Harmony television, front and centre. 

The master bedroom is the ultimate luxury oasis, with wrap-around harbour views, fine Frette sheets, and a retractable LG TV. The oversized ensuite bathroom is the real jewel to the crown. Welcome to the bathroom of your dreams (and mine), featuring a stunning marble deep soaking spa bath and a giant rain and steam shower.

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I close my eyes and the flashbacks start (about this terrace) | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many

The marble countertop is fully stocked with rare Salvatore Ferragamo bathroom amenities you won’t find anywhere else. Down the hall past the second bedroom, there’s a private treatment room, complete with a massage bed, a gym, and a full-sized infra-red sauna. 

Finally, the pinnacle of the Presidential Suite experience is out here in the private sun deck and terrace. Up here, you’ve literally got the best seat in the house. I mean you’re paying around AUD$1,583 per hour to be here, so it’d be a crime not to soak it all up in the private heated infinity pool and sun loungers. 

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Have I taken the elevator to heaven? | Image: Supplied

Also on the 88th floor, but separate from the main suite, is a third King-sized bedroom complete with an oversized ensuite for guests’ staff or security personnel. 

Guests of the Presidential Villa will also be assigned with a dedicated senior butler who is available 24/7, capable of organising everything and anything from in-room dining, housekeeping, booking transport, late-night Macca’s runs, and fluffing pillows. 

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Even the staff room is opulent | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many

Swift plays her first sold-out Sydney show on Friday 23rd February, followed by shows on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. The tour marks a milestone in Australian concert history, drawing over four million ticket attempts for five concerts, with prices ranging from AUD$79.90 to AUD$1249.90 for VIP packages. Additional shows in Melbourne and Sydney sold out rapidly. Globally, the tour has now grossed over one billion dollars.

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The definition of opulent living | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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You’ll likely wake up ABOVE the clouds up here | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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I close my eyes and the flashbacks start (about this terrace) | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Private gym and treatment room | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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No need to eat out, the dedicated butler can cater | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Not the only one who’s cried like a baby coming home from the bar | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Step into my office | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Sat down to test out the $37,000 B&O Beovision Harmony tele | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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It has it’s own karaoke room | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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How to be this rich? | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Upstairs, on the highest penthouse in Sydney | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Do not disturb, I’m watching MAFS. | Image: John Guanzon, Man of Many
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Presidential Villa Floor Plan, Level Two | Image: Supplied
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Presidential Villa Floor Plan, Level One | Image: Supplied