This year’s quirky winter wonderland includes four new igloos ranging from an all-white Snow Globe igloo floating on the water to a luxe hot tub igloo
Pier One Sydney Harbour’s unique pop-up ‘Igloos On The Pier’ is back for winter, transforming the harbourside precinct into a Winter Wonderland. In addition to the igloos featured last year, Pier One has now launched four new igloos for guests to enjoy.
The pop-up, which opened on 17th May and will be around until 31st August, allows guests to personalise their igloo experience. Guests can choose from an igloo sleepover under the stars, an all-white Snow Globe igloo floating on the water, a luxe hot tub igloo or even an igloo that features a private dining experience from The Gantry Restaurant.
Sydney’s first Snow Globe Igloo, which has an all-white bar and resides on the harbour, resembles a magical snow globe. Another new igloo, the Dream Igloo Suite, gives guests the chance to snuggle up in an igloo under the stars, complete with a canopy of lanterns and cosy blankets.
For those who want to enjoy a hatted-restaurant dining experience, check out The Gantry Dining Igloo, which allows up to six guests to indulge in a warming feast within their own private igloo. If you’re looking for a more social setting, there is also a new Breakfast Igloo, complete with a delicious array of fruits, pastries, yoghurt, granola, mimosas, and a choice of two hot menu items, enjoyed at a share-style breakfast table overlooking Sydney Harbour.
The Hot Tub Igloo and three traditional Winter Luxe Igloos, all of which were present last year, will be returning to the pop-up. The Hot Tub Igloo features a private, Scandi-style tub, perfect for those who need a break from the cold. The classic Winter Luxe Igloos, which are perfect for groups of up to 20 people, are decorated with stylish wintery furnishings, faux furs, and glistening fairy lights.
The daily booking times for any of these signature igloos are 12:00 p.m., 3:30 p.m., and 7:00p.m.
Prices start at $300 AUD, for a capacity of six people.