Featured Hotels in New South Wales

  • $200

    Average price per night

    Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, Sydney

    Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

    Sydney Central Business District, Sydney

    9.0 Awesome 2,003 reviews
    Description Guests staying at the Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbor will receive a truly unique experience with iconic views of the Sydney skyline combined with world class facilities including a rooftop infinity...

    "New and will cleaned, very beautiful views."

    Yousef757. Saudi Arabia
  • $143

    Average price per night

    Veriu Broadway, Sydney
    9.2 Awesome 1,418 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi and Netflix, Veriu Broadway offers modern, self-contained accommodations in Sydney, just a 10-minute walk to Central Station.

    "The short version: Great Location. Spacious rooms with extremely comfortable beds. Clean, well equipped and super internet. Staff knows what they are doing. The long version: sometimes a hotel stay can exceed your expectations and you realize you have stumbled across a gem. I can only imagine the popular hot spot the VERIU BROADWAY is destined to become in the upcoming years. The location is just perfect with shopping literally on the back doorstep, minutes away from central station and easy access to all the great stuff that Sydney has to offer. The rooms are modern, well laid out, uniquely finished and very comfortable. Bonus points for the comfy bed, the USB charging plugs and the kitchenette that was better stocked than some of our past holiday rentals! It is a modern building with a great industrial vibe. But what truly sets this place apart is the positive energy that flows through it. And that is brought in by the staff. From the crew behind the front desk to management and maintenance, this is a great team! The people behind the front desk offer customer service with a super attitude behind it. None of this bland “yes sir, no sir, whatever you say sir” customer service, this is sincere and friendly! They have personality, intelligence and a great sense of humor. We were so taken in by our stay that we went ahead and cancelled an upcoming stay at a different hotel and immediately rebooked at the VERIU BROADWAY. Our only regret: our stay went by too fast!"

    SvenandGeorge. Netherlands
  • $136

    Average price per night

    Pullman Sydney Airport, Sydney
    9.0 Awesome 1,316 reviews
    Description Pullman Sydney Airport features an onsite restaurant, a bar, a fitness center and a 24/7 front desk.

    "The location was great. Close to train station for quick trip to city and next to the airport."

    laserdoc. United States of America
  • $150

    Average price per night

    Primus Hotel Sydney, Sydney
    9.1 Awesome 1,616 reviews
    Description Located only 1640 feet from the Capitol Theater in Sydney, Primus Hotel Sydney welcomes guests with a restaurant, fitness center and outdoor swimming pool. Free WiFi is available in all rooms.

    "Sydney for New Year's Eve! This hotel was wonderful to come home to after a day of adventuring, taking in the sights. From the beginning, the Front Desk staff and Concierges were ABSOLUTELY wonderful,..."

    PrimroseBohne. Germany
  • $321

    Average price per night

    Elements Of Byron - MGallery by Sofitel, Byron Bay
    9.3 Awesome 1,133 reviews
    Description Nestled on 50 acres of absolute beachfront, Elements Of Byron Resort & Spa features private villas.

    "Accomodation feels very private despite the size of the complex, The staff all look happy to be at work and are very helpful. The day spa is also such a pleasant experience on site."

    Leesa. Australia
  • $76

    Average price per night

    International Hotel Wagga Wagga, Wagga Wagga
    9.0 Awesome 1,570 reviews
    Description Offering free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking, International Hotel Wagga Wagga is 15 minutes’ drive from Wagga Wagga Airport. Guests can socialize and dine on-site at the restaurant and bar.

    "The room was amazing. Loved the space, comfort and sound proofing. The bathroom was huge and the furniture and fittings in the room felt very decadent. Loved it! Room service was great too :)"

    Alison. Australia
  • $155

    Average price per night

    Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour, Sydney
    9.2 Awesome 1,048 reviews
    Description Just 5 minutes’ walk from Sydney’s iconic Darling Harbor, Ovolo 1888 is a restored heritage building offering modern accommodations with free WiFi and access to a 24-hour fitness center.

    "I loved the fact the room had Apple TV and Alexa"

    Geoff Bulman. United Kingdom
  • $156

    Average price per night

    The Westin Sydney, Sydney
    9.0 Awesome 1,851 reviews
    Description 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 center.

    "Stayed in a few other prominent hotels in Sydney, but found this to be the best kept."

    Sasivarman. Malaysia
  • $159

    Average price per night

    Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park (formerly Sheraton On The Park), Sydney
    9.0 Awesome 2,487 reviews
    Description Located in Sydney CBD, overlooking Hyde Park, Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park (formerly Sheraton On The Park) offers a restaurant, a bar and a 24-hour rooftop fitness center.
  • $209

    Average price per night

    QT Sydney, Sydney
    9.2 Awesome 1,494 reviews
    Description Just 2 minutes’ walk from Hyde Park and Pitt Street Mall, QT Sydney offers a restaurant, bar, cafe and day spa.

    "The hotel takes you to another time. Amazing room. Extremely Comfortable bed. Incredible service."

    Sam. Australia

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New South Wales Highlights

Crown Street Surry Hills
Surry Hill’s Crown Street showcases the quirky side of Sydney. Here you can hunt for vintage treasures, admire unique artwork and sip lattes with the locals.
Wine tasting in the Hunter Valley
This stunning valley is home to 150 vineyards, all set against a backdrop of rolling hills and clear blue skies. Gourmet food, day spas and golf courses add to its luxurious reputation.
Kiama Blowhole
When the conditions are just right, the Kiama Blowhole sprays plumes of sea water up to 25 metres in the air, thoroughly drenching bystanders.
Surfing at Avoca Beach
Golden shores and rippling waves make this Central Coast beach an ideal spot for novice surfers. Walk through the tranquil town or lay out a towel and soak up the sunshine.
The Historic Rocks District
Historic cottages, vibrant bars and boutique stores line the cobbled streets of this cultural hub. Browse The Rocks Market or stroll the foreshore for stunning harbour views.
Alpine Adventures at Mount Kosciuszko
Australia’s highest mountain is a dream for adrenaline junkies. Summer is for hiking and biking, while winter brings a snowy wonderland that's ideal for skiing and snowboarding.
Tamworth Country Music Festival
Every January Australia’s country music capital comes to life, attracting big name country singers and budding buskers. The giant Golden Guitar statue also draws in the crowds.
Byron Bay
A perfectly balanced concoction of sandy beaches and small-town vibes, Byron Bay is the ultimate bohemian escape. Find your inner Zen with yoga or a wildlife eco-cruise.
Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountain’s famous Three Sisters is a remarkable rock formation sure to leave you breathless. Hit the hiking trail or take in panoramic views from Echo Point Lookout.
Gold panning in Bathurst
At Bathurst Goldfields, the glory days of the 1850's gold rush can be found in museums and heritage buildings. This replica mining village also has a gold panning creek where you can try and strike it lucky.