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Guests staying at the Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour will receive a truly unique experience with iconic views of the Sydney skyline combined with world class facilities including a rooftop infinity... We had a room with a view on the harbour, very nice. Comfortable bed, Tasty breakfast with amazing Fiorentine eggs. We had access to the Club with free wine and snacks, very good experience. The location on the harbour is great, great atmosphere, many bars and good restaurants. We would definitely come back there!
Boasting a combination of modern, urban and a 1960s style, Felix Hotel Sydney is located within a 2-minute drive from Sydney Domestic Airport and 10 minutes’ drive from the international terminal. Clean and practical. Enjoyed the terrace on the top with the open fire.
Featuring free WiFi and Netflix, Veriu Broadway offers modern, self-contained accommodation in Sydney, just a 10-minute walk to Central Station. Location is well close by to Broadway Shopping Center, while the city centre is just within walking distance. Driving is also convenient.
Pullman Sydney Airport boasts an onsite restaurant, a bar, a fitness centre and a 24/7 front desk. Amazing room, receptionist gave me a free upgrade.
Located only 500 metres from the Capitol Theatre in Sydney, Primus Hotel Sydney welcomes guests with a restaurant, fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool. Free WiFi is available in all rooms. Amazing design, awesome food, lovely people
Located in Sydney CBD (Central Business District), next to bustling Martin Place, The Westin Sydney features an à la carte restaurant, a bar and access to a fitness centre. Staff are all warm and friendly throughout the day. The hotel has everything to offer and facilities are very good. It's worth paying a bit extra to stay on the Executive floors with access to the Lounge which is on the 28th floor with great views over the city.
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This luxury hotel features an outdoor heated pool and sundeck that overlooks Sydney Harbour and Circular Quay. The award-winning restaurant and bar offers views of the Royal Botanic Gardens. Location and overall standard.
This award-winning 5-star luxury hotel in the heart of Sydney offers stylish accommodation, along with 2 restaurants, 2 bars, a day spa, swimming pool, fitness centre and business centre. Beds super comfortable . Rooms spotless all round a great place to stay.
Boasting a swimming pool and free WiFi, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in Sydney CBD (Central Business District), is just 15 minutes' walk from Circular Quay, where you can visit the Sydney Opera House... Excellent service throughout the stay and the breakfast was marvelous - perfect set up for a busy...
Situated in the heart of Sydney city, Swissôtel Sydney is ideally located for shopping, sightseeing and enjoying cultural events. It features deluxe 5-star rooms offering stunning city views. Modern design/layout and safe location.
Located in the heart of Central Park, 15 minutes' walk from Darling Harbour, ICC Sydney, Chinatown and Sydney CBD (Central Business District), Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Central Park offers a... It was a modern building, clean and value for money
Located within a 5-minute walk from Barangaroo, West Hotel Sydney, Curio Collection by Hilton is a boutique hotel surrounded by a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Room decoration, room design and coffee machine
Spicers Potts Point is situated in Sydney, 1.7 km from Circular Quay. Guests can enjoy a drink in the guest bar, breakfast in the garden courtyard or host a small meeting in a private room. Hotel is very well designed and maintained.
Featuring a casino, a day spa and 20 bars and restaurants, The Darling at The Star is just 650 metres from Cockle Bay. Fantastic hotel, loved it, luxurious, spotless, large suite, delicious breakfast
Set in Sydney, within 4.2 km of Sydney Showground and 4.3 km of ANZ Stadium, Darcy's Hotel provides accommodation with a garden and free WiFi. Love the homely feel of the very well kept home.
Mary Mackillop Place is located in the heart of North Sydney, within a 10-minute drive of Sydney Harbour Bridge and the world renowned Sydney Opera House. Free WiFi access is available. The reception was fast and efficient.
Located in the heart of Kings Cross, ibis budget Sydney East offers budget accommodation just 10 minutes’ walk from Hyde Park, Oxford Street and the Australian Museum. Staff was very helpful and friendly
The North Sydney Hotel offers accommodation in Sydney with access to an on-site bar, bistro and gaming area as well as an outdoor area, where smoking is allowed. Friendly staff, clean rooms, convenient location
Situated in North Sydney, Dalziel Lodge offers guest budget boutique accommodation. You'll stay in a heritage building with all the modern essentials including air conditioning and free WiFi. Great bed and super clean bathrooms
Offering boutique accommodation with free WiFi and free light breakfast, Ashfield Manor is located in the Inner West of Sydney, 20 minutes' drive from Sydney Olympic Park and Sydney Airport. All of the staff was very friendly and helpful.
Just 300-metres from Strathfield Railway Station, Strathfield Executive Accommodation offers free Wi-Fi and a fitness centre. All rooms offer a satellite flat-screen TV and a kitchenette. Very Clean ,tidy and the bed was extremely comfortable ,quite location
Located in the heart of Double Bay, just 4.5 km from Sydney city centre, The Savoy Hotel features free WiFi and a selection of rooms and suites with a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. Stylish leafy location close to the sea
St Paul's Serviced Studios Sydney offers 4-star accommodation, just 450 metres from The University of Sydney and a 10-minute walk from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. This was fantastic value for money.
Ovolo Woolloomooloo is a 5-star hotel located in Sydney. All accommodation offers an iPad and unique historic fittings. Guests enjoy an indoor pool and a fitness centre. Loved the staff - super friendly. Service was top notch.
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Sydney’s iconic Darling Harbour, Ovolo 1888 is a restored heritage building offering modern accommodation with free WiFi and access to a 24-hour fitness centre. Loved the cleaniness, the loot bag, the xtras in the room.
Just 4 minutes’ walk from Woolloomooloo Bay, the 19th-century Simpsons Hotel offers boutique accommodation with free Wi-Fi. It features a cosy guest lounge with a fireplace and an extensive library. Amazing European style breakfast, beautiful furnishings, very hospitable, beautiful location,...
Offering stylish rooms with an iPad2, an Apple TV and a BOSE sound system, this boutique hotel is in the Sydney CBD (Central Business District), only 5 minutes’ walk from Circular Quay Ferry Terminal.... Staff were welcoming and helpful.
Hotel Palisade offers accommodation in Sydney. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Overseas Passenger Terminal is 700 metres from Hotel Palisade, while Circular Quay is 800 metres from the property. Quirky ,retro look ,fabulous bar on the roof and full of Aussie history with a view of the Harbour...
Close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, The Grace Hotel offers luxury rooms and a rooftop fitness centre with an indoor swimming pool and a sauna. Excellent room layout for a family room.
Located in a historic 19th-Century building in Circular Quay, near The Rocks, the 5-star InterContinental Hotel overlooks the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Location, location, location, friendly staff
On average, 3-star hotels in Sydney cost AUD 130 per night, and 4-star hotels in Sydney are AUD 209 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Sydney can on average be found for AUD 297 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Many families visiting Sydney loved staying at St Paul's Serviced Studios Sydney, Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel and Mrs Banks Hotel.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Sydney this weekend is AUD 469 or, for a 4-star hotel, AUD 573. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Sydney for this weekend cost on average around AUD 865 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs AUD 266 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Sydney for tonight. You'll pay on average around AUD 398 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Sydney will cost around AUD 633 (based on Booking.com prices).
These hotels in Sydney are highly rated by couples: Spicers Potts Point, Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel and The Langham Sydney.
Nice city. People are generally friendly & helpful. A lady staff at the town hall station was extremely helpful when we reached the station at night for direction to the castlereagh hotel on 30/11/17. Public servants in particular are primely important to make a difference for all tourist. Public servants are usually the first line of contact for any visitor to a new country. The gentleman who checked us in at the castlereagh hotel on the night of our arrival on 30/11/17 was extremely helpful and efficient in getting us into our room. He is a cheerful lot each day when we meet him at the front desk. Hotel is very clean and convenient. Hotel has a self service laundry facility at no extra charge, very useful. Room is a little small though, but, the service and efficiency of the staffs made it up to all. Kudos 💪🏼Castlereagh.. will return at the next opportunity. F&B, supermarket & shopping are all close by. However, the shops close very early, making it rather boring if one prefers to shop than drink or party! Luckily, the supermarket WOOLWORTHS closes at 10pm and that is a bonus for us. We love Woolloomooloo Darlinghurst, rushcutters bay, Pitts point and barangaroo.. each has its charm and flavour! Interesting architecture skyline too.
Best place to stay for the view of Sydney harbour is the North Sydney Harbour View, great public transport at your door, great walking/running tracks especially over the Harbour Bridge. Good comfortable accommodation in and around the city if you want to be right in the action with an average price of $150 AUD, you can pay more and I would if I was staying for more then a few days but if your there for the night life go cheaper as your only in the room to sleep. The down side is if you drive even though you pay good money for your accommodation you will also be hit with an average $25 per day for parking, I feel that should be included in the price. Down side is NSW still have the lock out laws so you need to find a good place you like before 0100h. Good idea if you want to be escorted around is to jump onto OZ Party buses and they will take you out for dinner, move you around on a Disco bus to experience up to 4 night clubs or pub depending on the party bus you jump on. During the day you can jump on the ferry to manly and walk to the Spit Bridge then bus it up to Military road and down to the zoo and make your way to the bottom of the zoo and catch the ferry back to the CBD, shower change and hit the many bars and Restaurants in and around the Rock or Opera house. If your after a great hassle free night out without the thugs hit the Newtown gay friendly area where everyone is there to party and meet new people. I found this area to be so friendly and safe to walk around. Great food as well!!!!
The Rocks is my favourite place. Such an old worldly atmosphere and great little pubs such as Fortune O' War to visit. I have had dinner a couple of times at the Munich (aka Lowenbrau) which is a German restaurant with great food. The pork knuckle is the best! If you would like a more quiet intimate setting there are a couple of restaurants down at Walsh Bay on the wharf. The new Barangaroo Park is a great place to have a picnic and it is a licensed park so you can take a few beverages and soak in the amazing sights of the Harbour Bridge, Balmain Wharf, Darling Harbour, Luna Park and the list goes on. There is a pub/hotel at Millers Point called Hotel Palisade. If your looking for a quirky 'not the run of the mill' place to stay then this is it.
For the 2 day period whilst in Sydney, our negotiated tariff accommodation at the ADINA HOTEL was central & key to our requirements, in that public transport adequately catered to our transportation needs within the CBD. A multitude of eateries to cater to those with empty pockets, & to those with bulging pockets, a cross section of world wide dishes to choose from, all within walking distances of your accommodation if you have based yourself within the CBD. Again, if based in the CBD, it is extremely easy to get around Sydney, & all within casual waking distances. If attending Concerts in the heart of Sydney, again all within walking distances. If attending sporting functions, & you are residing in the CBD, again no problem, as the variety of transportation is on hand & available. The hotel concierge will be your best contact to provide this information.
Hotel was basic, it's not a hotel!! It's a uni campus! Flat had everything you wanted. I shared with my brother, two rooms, open planned living room/kitchen. Cleaners did the basic empty bins and change bedding if you requested it and had to request they hoovered als, it was every 2-3rd the first week j was there the second week I think I seen them once. Balcony - no sun what's so ever and was always in the shade and the view was another building so to be honest I'd have rather had a different room with a better balcony ( I'm from the uk so first time visiting Australia and your told you have a room with a balcony but you got my balcony lol) but anyway buses are regular and right outside. If you fancy a walk ladies to the stores for shopping you can walk an hour to the nearest mall or you can get a bus takes 10 min. Buses to and for the city are regular too. I loved Sydney and I liked the apparetment also over all!
Favourite place had to be kiama, the air, the view, incredible atmosphere, beautiful town. Dined at a restaurant by Sydney opera House, exquisite, 5 star service. But if your on a budget paddy's market is good to. Public transportation leads to alot of the hotspots in Sydney, even from the opera house u can catch a ferry to darling harbour and else where, well priced to. Only regrets was not paying the little bit extra for a more recent hotel. All day out and about, u need to sleep and revive in comfort.. Unfortunately I chose the wrong accommodation.
9.1 Superb 2,625 reviews
Such an amazing hotel Great location Staff are so kind and lovely The rooms were nice and clean They offer a pillow & bath menu where you can choose a specific type of pillow to sleep on whether you have neck problems or pregnant The pool & bar area is amazing there’s always music playing & sun beds everywhere It is located in Darling Harbour so when you go for a walk during the night time the hotel really outshines all the other hotels surrounded
9.3 Superb 8,607 reviews
The suites are very comfortable and big (compared to what you’ll get in CBD). Also comes with a well equipped kitchen (pots, pans, dishwasher, microwave) and a washer & dryer. It isn’t in CBD but the train station is a 2-3 min walk away and goes straight to the main stops (Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Airport). Nearby there are cafes and a huge supermarket, which is really convenient. The rooms are clean and everyone at the hotel were very helpful.
8.5 Very good 975 reviews
Everything you need and nothing you don't. Parking $20 per night reasonable for syd airport, and you can leave it there 7 nights. New bathroom very nice and practical, and pillow choices in room. Free electronic scales to weigh your luggage in reception which I haven't seen anywhere else ever, even in 5 star hotels. Shuttle to airport starts at 5 am and I was checking in by 5.15 am (shuttle tickets at reception for $6.)
8.4 Very good 2,109 reviews
A good location to get access to Sydney CBD, Botanic Garden, and habour within 20 mins walk. And only 5 min walk to Kings Cross station, with some lovely little restaurants like Chinese and Thai nearby, cheap and yum. I think price, location and free Brekky are the reasons for this hotel to be a choice. Receptionist helps a lot with getting around, and they have free map and more information in the room.
8.1 Very good 1,599 reviews
Co-located and sharing services with the Novotel and Pullman Hotels at Sydney Olympic Park, this Ibis Hotel is directly across the road from the stadiums. Parking is expensive but comparable with other sites in Sydney. The parking guys did an amazing job fitting in so many cars the night we were there (for a Pink concert). The rooms are clean, comfortable and well set up for short stays.
8.8 Fabulous 1,303 reviews
You have a gentleman that greets you out the front, his name is Tahir, he wears a number of coloured suits. He was very friendly, happy and very welcoming! He is a credit to your establishment, it’s an great change of pace from the very formal greetings you usually get with other hotels. Also the hotel is great, with great facilities. It’s close by to everything.
8.6 Fabulous 1,705 reviews
The property was delightfully located on Potts Point. There were plenty of restaurants and grocery/bottle shops in the area. We enjoyed our daily walk around the neighborhood and found the walk downtown to be easy and enjoyable. From our 5th floor room we had a beautiful view of the CBD and part of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
8.4 Very good 2,179 reviews
Being in the CBD and short walk to bus and a great train station. I particularly like the hassle free and quick commute to the airport by direct train service. I was concerned about shared bathroom but once I got used to it in just one day, I actually found it great as it was always available and clean.
7.7 Good 3,270 reviews
The property was very accessible to the whole Sydney CBD, not to mention it is a minute walk to the Museum Station which has direct airportlink. The price is a bit expensive but given the accessibility and comfort, I would still recommend it. Free continental breakfast was also great!
8.9 Fabulous 3,677 reviews
Superb location just next to the shopping centres, park and harbour which is ideal if staying in the city centre. Staff where really friendly and happy to help, room was good value especially during the festive period in comparison to some other hotels
8.6 Fabulous 2,061 reviews
Just 3 stops away from Sydney international airport through Green Line. New and clean hotel. I love the room and the free bread breakfast and overflowing coffee. Thank you Bupeesh for lending me an outlet adaptor! You guys deserve 5 star from me! 😄
8.8 Fabulous 718 reviews
Location was central to the motorway back to airport. Train station, coles, bus, bws, post office, pharmacy, maccas etc 200m away at the forum. Apartment was pricey but spacious. Loved the washing machine. Staff very professional and friendly.
8.3 Very good 3,571 reviews
The convenient location. We had to stay a night in Sydney, and the hotel was well located. It’s right next to the international airport and 10 mins approx away from the domestic airport and it has a couple of restaurants within the area
8.7 Fabulous 2,000 reviews
The hotel was very pleasant, clean, nicely decorated, very comfortable. The location is great if you want to be located next to Chinatown and is only a short stroll to Darling Harbour and the Sydney CBD.
9.0 Superb 3,850 reviews
The location is good. However beware, much of the CBD area is affected by light-railway work for the foreseeable future. It creates noise, dust and restricted access for many hotels along the route.
7.7 Good 3,946 reviews
I have stayed in the CBD quite frequently and this is one of the better hotels. It is in a central location, close to Central station and only a short walk to George Street, QVB and Darling Harbour.
8.0 Very good 4,539 reviews
Perfect stay!! Amazing view to Darling harbour, very comfortable bed, very helpful and professional staff, a plus since I did not get the same service from staff in other hotels in Australia
8.0 Very good 5,133 reviews
I loved the location being such a short stroll to Sydney CBD for shopping. I also have a soft spot for retro styled hotels that make me feel like I have stepped back in time.
8.2 Very good 2,550 reviews
Close to Sydney CBD , easy to walk to Darling Harbour and other attractions
8.7 Fabulous 7,229 reviews
The staff is friendly and helpful, checkin went quick and the location was perfect!