It is one of the last surviving pre- Harbour Bridge buildings on Cumberland Street, north of the Cahill Expressway. The site is known to have been occupied from the early years of 1800, although it is likely that, like the other ridges of The Rocks, it was occupied by the encampment of settlers in the first weeks of the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788.
Find a spot and take in the magnificent view and surroundings…
Take in the sweeping million dollar, 180 degree views of Sydney Harbour and CBD from The Glenmore’s sensational rooftop. The rooftop has long been a destination for those who would like to soak up the sun and enjoy a meal all whilst overlooking the world’s most beautiful harbour. With a retractable roof, the rooftop is open rain, hail or shine, so you can enjoy the view all year round.
LEVEL 1 COCKTAILS & DINING
A collection of elegant rooms, perfect for dining, cocktails, corporate or social functions
The Glenmore Lounge located on the middle floor hosts a cocktail bar and collection of elegant rooms; Grand Dining Room, Club Room and Drawing Room. Perfect for private dining, meetings or social gatherings.
THE PUBLIC BAR
Retaining its traditional pub features with sports bar atmosphere
Known as the ‘Public Bar’ this floor has maintained its traditional Rocks pub appeal. It is a place to meet for lunch or after work drinks on the outdoor seating, have a flutter on the horses with the new TAB facilities or an intimate lunch in the Harbour Lounge nook with a big leather back booth and views over The Rocks precinct.
Catered to all your needs
Pub classics with a twist
International drinks selection
Party @ The Glenmore!