An iconic destination in Warwick Farm with racing history and rural soul

We have recently had the pleasure of discovering the William Inglis MGallery By Sofitel situated on Governor Macqurie Drive, 40 minute drive south of Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport.

Have you ever had the feeling of being wrapped within a relaxed and well-being environment straight after entering a place? This is exactly what I felt when I arrived at the William Inglis Hotel. The wood panels on the walls give a cosy atmosphere; the decoration is in tune with the M Gallery brand proposition right through to the interior perfume being delicate.

This is a warm and inviting establishment with 144 unique and individually designed bedrooms and suites. The attention to detail is of high standard and totally in line with the M Gallery venues signature brand.

Steeped in history, facilities are modern and elegant. Numerous venues offer a large range of possibilities from small meetings to large expo’s and banquets. The Arena is a versatile space able to cater up to 1000 delegates in theatre style or 600 delegates for a seated dinner.
Nine Gallery Suites provide a more intimate atmosphere for your breakout sessions and have direct view onto the Arena.
The Big Barn is a beautiful and smart alternative for a 220 guest dinner.
The stables are a great opportunity to make your conference unique and unforgettable thanks to the ability to host an exhibition of up to 162 3×3 meter exhibition booths undercover.

The establishment offers facilities for the horse industry that can be used for events, giving, at the same time, a very authentic and unique setting.

My stay there was a real pleasure. I would recommend this to our client to take a look at for future events.

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