The Sydney Harbour Bridge was the focus of a national debate when it opened last month, with people of all ages voicing concerns about the lack of privacy and privacy breaches.

One group was calling for the bridge to be renamed the ‘Monterey Hotel’ after the famous tourist destination in California.

Now, some of the city’s most prominent hotels have launched a series of posters on social media.

One poster, entitled ‘Welcome to the Monterey Hotel’, has a picture of a tent on the river bank with a note: “No privacy.

No privacy.”

Sydney Harbour Hotel Sydney Harbour is the biggest hotel in Sydney Harbour, with 1,000 rooms.

The Sydney skyline is dotted with hotels, bars and eateries.

But the Hotel Sydney’s latest campaign calls for a change in the way it operates, saying that a ‘Montage of Hotel Style’ would be a good starting point for the future.

The poster reads: “A Montage of the Hotel Style.

The perfect combination of style, comfort and sophistication, with a view of the Harbour Bridge.”

Sydney Hotel Sydney Hotel’s website boasts of being “an international hotel chain with a presence in more than 20 countries around the world”.

But the posters don’t mention the city of Sydney, or its iconic waterfront, where the hotel is based.

“We’ve decided to change the branding for our hotel to ‘The Sydney Harbour’ because we believe it is the most fitting name for the hotel,” the company’s managing director, Robert Lohmann, told ABC Radio Hobart.

“It’s a great name for a brand.”

The city’s iconic harbour and the Sydney Harbour bridge are synonymous with Sydney.

It is also the location of a number of iconic landmarks, including the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Theatre and Sydney Olympic Park.

But there are also a number the Sydney Hotel has taken on board.

In a statement, it said it had always “believed in the hospitality of our guests and wanted to ensure that they had the opportunity to have a great experience in Sydney”.

It said it wanted to “bring this iconic waterfront into the future”.

“The Harbour Bridge is a global icon and an iconic place to visit.

It has become a symbol of the world, a place to go for a walk or a meal, to relax, and to explore,” the statement read.

The Hotel Sydney website says it has “reached over 40 million guests” and has “gone global with over $10 billion in annual revenue”. “

Our goal is to build on this legacy by making the Harbour more accessible to people from all walks of life and bringing in a variety of new experiences, so that our guests can enjoy the unique Sydney Harbour lifestyle that they know and love.”

The Hotel Sydney website says it has “reached over 40 million guests” and has “gone global with over $10 billion in annual revenue”.

Mr Lohman said the Harbour is one of the reasons it is important to the company.

“One of the most important things we want to do is to bring our guests in and have them be part of the fabric of the hotel and feel welcomed and comfortable,” he said.

“To us, the harbour is an integral part of who we are and what we do.

We want people to feel comfortable and safe.”