Picture a soundproof private room, a bottle of Moët cooling in an ice bucket, a concierge on call, and disco hits blasting through the sound system and you’re close to the interiors of The Star Sydney’s new seventies-themed suite.
Branded by a gold plaque that reads ‘70s glam’, the room hides behind a set of black double doors adorned with crystal doorknobs. Inside, a circular red sofa sits in the centre of the room and cherry neon lips brighten the far wall. A pair of fishnet-clad female legs hold up the kitchen counter, and below the spinning disco ball is a swinging lounge bed suspended from the ceiling by thick rope (champagne holder in the centre, of course). Behind the gold shimmering curtain is a booth-style karaoke lounge hooked up to Spotify, while in the bedroom a wall of hanging gold beads surrounds a sunken circular bed. There’s no way of knowing what time of day it is outside, the suite enclosing you and your party in your own self-contained Studio 54 fantasy.
Alongside two other themed suites – the Cyberpunk-inspired virtual reality gaming room, and the gothic Dark Romance Studio with a signature canopy bed and outdoor balcony – just launched by The Star Sydney in the Astral Residences, the suite has been designed for private parties of up to 25 people.