The Darling at the Star puts you within a 15-minute drive of Sydney Harbour Bridge and features a casino and a nightclub. Guests can visit the spa to be pampered with deep-tissue massages, detox wraps, or body wraps, and Sokyo, one of 5 restaurants, serves Japanese cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are 7 bars/lounges and an outdoor pool, and rooms at this luxurious hotel get the details right with iPod docks and Egyptian cotton sheets.
Pros: Great hotel. Helpful and friendly staff. Shower room if you arrive too early for check-in. Free everything- wifi, breakfast, snacks, minibar, evening drinks. Even "shoebox" room was large enough (at least for one person). King room was great too.
Cons: Shower in "shoebox" was a bit tight - lots of water on the floor afterwards. Shower in King room was fantastic.
Located in Darling Harbour, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Sydney Convention Centre, University of Sydney, and Circular Quay. Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Pros: We had originally rented an apartment in Sydney. However, due to construction at night, we had to relocate. We found a great rate at the Raddisson Blu and booked it. We enjoyed the last few nights of our vacation in a beautiful and comfortable room. The hotel staff was very helpful and the hotel was spotless. We would definitely stay there again!
Pros: Convenient location to city attractions.
Cons: Breakfast prices were way too high. I paid $158 U.S. dollars and the breakfast prices were $18 to $26 US dollars. Overall I enjoyed my stay as the room was clean, quiet and comfortable.
Pros: CLOSE PROXIMITY TO ALL MAIN ATTRACTIONS.
Pros: Stayed at the Radisson for one night on our way inbound from Canada to Melbourne. Lovely hotel, in the heart of the CBD. Close to the Harbour and ferries, the Opera House, slight trek to Darling Harbour but very central. Rooms were clean, modern and spacious. Also, took advantage of the breakfast buffet before or flight the next morning which was quite good but pricey $25per. The porters were exceptional, always attentive and helpful with the baggage. Would definitely recommend this hotel.
Cons: Only a couple of hiccups, we arrived in the morning and even though check in was at 3pm they said we could check in at 1130am. When we went to pick up our room keys they kept putting us off with “ready in 5 minutes” until noon. Just tell us noon, we would have gone for a walk. While we were waiting in the lounge for our room there was some construction going on in the restaurant, didn’t make for the best of atmospheres.
Located at the centre of business, w/in walking distance to Sydney's most famous landmarks & offering 362 luxury accommodation rooms and suites. The Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney showcases a proud history in a wonderful revitalized heritage building. 2015 - 2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner
Pros: Stylish rooms and common parts
Excellent breakfast service
Cons: Room too dark to work in
Having to move all towels and gowns before showering
Lack of storage space
Lack of complimentary water
Too much space given to expensive mini-bar
"Free welcome cocktail" actually $24
Passive aggressive price list for room items
Stains on walls - removed after second request
Pros: Staff was wonderful. Don't remember hugging staff before but we did at the QT. Felt like home. They went way out of their way to be helpful.
Pros: Location staff rooms amenities
Cons: Could use more business traveler support
When you stay at QT Sydney, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Circular Quay. You can visit the spa to be pampered with deep-tissue massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy, and Gowings Bar and Grill, one of 3 restaurants, serves Modern European cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a health club are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer up nice touches like iPod docks and espresso makers.
Pros: It was very beautiful. We were allowed late check out. The bath robes were amazing and the attention to detail is on point.
Located in the picturesque bayside village of Sydney's Double Bay the intimate InterContinental Sydney Double Bay offers luxurious and private accommodation at its finest. Located near Sydney CBD enjoy its central location and village atmosphere boutique shopping cafes and the beach only a minute's walk from the hotel. A destination for celebrations weddings and meetings the hotel offers modern and stylish restaurant and event spaces including Stillery lounge and The Rooftop pool and bar.
Sitting majestically on one of the world’s more beautiful harbours, Park Hyatt Sydney showcases a new level of contemporary luxury to the edge of Harbour. With a coveted location between the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge and nestled in the historic The Rocks area, our harbourside residence offers an intimate, residential-style hotel with architecture, art and design that reflect the Australian landscape, complemented with private boat access and a dedicated 24-hr butler service.
Pros: My husband and I had a fantastic one night getaway. It was amazing, service outstanding and relaxation perfect.
Pros: Separate tub and shower. Separate beds available and view. Ease and immediacy of taxis. Free wifi
Pros: Good location
Cons: Price -- they are "luxury" in price only
Also they lie about the construction that goes on there -- they DO work early in the morning before stated repair hours
The Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney is positioned between the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Local attractions that are within close proximity include the Circular Quay, Bondi Beach, Taronga Zoo, Star City, Botanical Gardens and the Sydney Aquarium.
This hotel in Sydney, The Rocks offers a restaurant, a coffee shop/café and a bar/lounge that is open for drinks. 24-hour room service is also available. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, a health club with massage/treatment rooms and beauty services, a spa tub, a sauna, and a 24-hour fitness facility. Business facilities include 1900 square meters of event space consisting of banquet facilities, 19 conference/meeting rooms, a ballroom, and an exhibit space offering small meeting rooms. Complimentary WiFi and wired Internet connections are also available in public areas. Additional hotel amenities include a concierge desk, multilingual staff, ATM/banking, and gift shops/newsstands. On-site secure parking with valet service is available for an extra charge.
Guestrooms have views of either the Darling Harbour, the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Olympic Park, or the beautiful Blue Mountains. Amenities include free WiFi and wired Internet access, complimentary cribs, and a pillow menu. Guests are also provided with a free newspaper and free bottled water.
Official Australia STAR Rating provided by AAA Tourism Pty Ltd
AAA Tourism Pty Ltd assigns an official STAR Rating for accommodations in Australia. This Hotel property is rated 4.5-stars.
Pros: room, the staff, and the location were all great
Pros: Proximity to The Rocks, Opera House, Botanical Gardens, Hyde Park, Railway Stations, Darling Harbour, Cafes, Supermarket.
Excellent service from great staff!
Swissotel Sydney is a deluxe five star hotel located in the heart of the city. All of Sydney's famous landmarks are within walking distance of the hotel including The Sydney Harbour Bridge, the historic Rocks precinct, Sydney Opera House and the beautiful Botanic Gardens. Experience luxury accommodation at its best in one of our 369 Sydney hotel rooms and suites reflecting a contemporary style and featuring breathtaking Sydney skyline views.
Pros: Amazing way to start the day with amazing breakfast buffet. Giovani is our favorite... Always helping and welcoming. A hard worker with excellent attention to detail
Cons: The laundry staff needed prodding several times. There were never enough towels in our room and despite several kind notes to remind them, they were ignored. The dining room at dinner should be ignored, as staff was clueless for dinner... But that was transformed for breakfast, which was a highlight.
Pros: The hotel was within a reasonably short walk to the harbor bridge, yet also within walking distance of other attractions (like Chinatown which was a great place to visit during the Chinese new year festivities).
In particular, the staff was very helpful. The concierge made a great recommendation for a hole in the wall (Chat Thai) and one of the women at the front desk went out of her way to help me plan things to do over my 3 day stay. I really appreciate that they took the time for me. The room was also nice (but it was the most expensive room I booked during my stay in Australia). My recommendation is to do your research and most importantly book early. After I booked I saw room prices skyrocket as I got closer to my travel dates, but that might have been unusual due to it being the Chinese New Year, or maybe there was some other event that took up all the rooms. I wouldn't have been willing to pay as much the room went up to but ~$250 was doable.
Cons: Flights into Sydney from abroad must all arrive in the early morning. Every day there seemed to be a number of people waiting in the lobby as their rooms weren't ready yet. I understand hotels can't check people in too early, but it would have been great had the hotel been able to get me in before lunch. Instead I found myself roaming the city by foot for a good while.
Pros: Location is good
Cons: Staff was not very friendly
Pros: the location was just right for this occasion the room was comfortable, great view of the harbor and clean.
Cons: the mattress was uncomfortable keep rolling into the middle and found it hard to roll back to the side room 2412
Location. The Amora Hotel is located in the heart of Sydney's shopping and tourist attractions. Nestled between bustling George and York Streets, opposite the AAPT center, and adjacent to Westpac Plaza, the property is just a short stroll from the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and the historic rocks area.
Hotel Features. The Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney is an elegant property with a highly motivated and well-trained, multilingual staff committed to serving and anticipating the needs of every guest. The hotel offers a 24-hour fitness center equipped with a pool, sauna, and gym. On-site dining includes an all-day casual restaurant, a dinner-only fine-dining establishment, and a contemporary bar. Breakfast is served daily starting at 6:30 AM in the breakfast room.
Business amenities at the smoke-free Amora include complimentary WiFi and wired Internet access available throughout, and the hotel also has a business center. Multiple large conference rooms and small meeting rooms are available for guests. A one-way airport shuttle is available upon request (surcharge). Self parking and valet parking are also available for a surcharge (certain vehicles are restricted from valet parking).
The Amora Spa offers relaxing treatments with an emphasis on aromatherapy. Avocado body moisturizing treatments, carrot scrubs, and facials are on the spa menu, as well as couples' massages in candle-lit rooms (surcharges apply).
Guestrooms. All 415 guestrooms are spacious and feature luxurious bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers, and free toiletries. Full of amenities, rooms include free wired and wireless Internet access, cable flat-screen TVs, direct-dial phones, irons/ironing boards, minibars, hair dryers, climate control, and in-house movies.
Pros: We really loved everything until our problem at the checkout.
Cons: We had requested a car to the airport to be scheduled. We stopped at the luggage
arrival desk the day before. It was written down but i think no one ever called the
car service. There were 4 of us with large luggage so my son had to run down the
ramp into the street to flag down 2 taxis..... The international terminal airport was
VERY busy and we came close to arriving too late for our flight
Pros: Everything, especially the concierge service.
Cons: I think the hotel should make wifi more easily available.
Pros: The concierge was excellent.
Cons: Gym is small
This central Sydney hotel is the epitome of modern elegance. Once the city's Treasury Building a soaring atrium now leads to stylish rooms where you can watch white-sailed boats glide across Sydney Harbour. You can sample imaginative Pacific-rim cuisine in our superb restaurant 117 dining head to our wrap-around rooftop terrace for a spectacular sundowner or host a high-style wedding or event. Circular Quay wharf where ferries depart for Sydney’s best beaches is a few steps away.
Cons: They need to replace the little ottoman in the room with a 2nd chair. The king size pillows are too long and too heavy.
Cons: Very convince
Pros: Friendly and helpful staff. Great location, 10 minute walk to the opera house. You can see the harbour bridge from the hotel street.
They have FREE money exchange (US dollar to AD dollar). Super convenient.
Pros: Location, service and ammenities were great. Staff was very welcoming
Cons: Facade could use an update but the inside is very nice
Pros: I've been coming to Sydney my whole life, and always wanted to stay somewhere with a harbour view. (Family lives way out of town.) This was the ultimate harbour experience, waking up to the sunrise over the Sydney Opera House is something I will never forget. Spent more time in a hotel room than in any other, just watching the view.
Staff were friendly and very accommodating without being either sycophantic or condascending, top job all round.
Pros: Room very clean and comfortable
Cons: My second reception experience - arrived early and room not ready. Very helpful chap checked me in, checking photo ID and giving me spa key so I could freshen up after long flight. Promised a text when room ready and promised this would be within 2 hours. Returned from run to see if room ready having not received text in spite of two and a half hours having elapsed. Female receptionist insisting in seeing ID again which seemed utterly superfluous to requirements. When asked why I hadn't received a text she said that the "room has just this moment become ready". Amazing coincidence. ended up being late for an appointment because she was so reluctant to relinquish the key without me having to go and find my photo ID even though it was obvious I had already checked in and knew all the details.
Pros: Beautiful room, comfortable bed, great fitness center. Location was exactly what I wanted and needed for a couple of days in Sydney...close to everything! Felt safe, and was treated wonderfully by all staff.
Cons: I REALLY have an issue with the use of so many plastic water bottles. It is nice to have them in the room for many, I know...and to have them to carry around, as well. But...in the gym? C'mon. Use a filtered water system, or at least have one available so that when you run out of your own water, you can refill it without having to use yet another plastic water bottle. For the cost of the bottles and the disposal, reusable ones could probably be provided to every guest.
Pros: Simply everything. The hotel is a stones throw away from Circular Quay, and is in walking distance to the iconic Sydney Opera House. There are lots of awesome shopping venues all around; with food galore and convenience stores to choose from. There are several tours that have starting points only steps away; including ferry tours and dinner tours. I highly recommend the harbour view rooms. The view is breathtakingly beautiful. You really can't go wrong with this hotel.
Cons: Absolutely nothing not to like.
Pros: The front desk staff sent us a complimentary bottle of champagne to put room because we were celebrating our honeymoon. They even included a very nice personalive card, too!
Pros: Ideal location for visiting Sydney sites and restaurants. Helpful staff.
Pros: Location, not too expensive for a 5 star, good restaurant and breakfast buffet.
Cons: The sheets were too heavy I found, I struggled to get comfortable.
Pros: Bellmen were good, pillows
Cons: Received worst room imagined. Low floor, dirty windows, bad views, receptionist lied about restaurant open at 10PM, Burger cost $30 plus tip, water in room was $10, room was expensive at about $300/night, no loyalty program with airlines except Qantas, shower was open with no door, no microwave, no real conveniences, small room.
The Four Seasons Hotel Sydney stands along Sydney Harbour in the historic Rocks district of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The Circular Quay train station and ferry wharf are located 200 meters away.
A three-level, atrium-style lobby leads to the hotel's restaurant. There are 12 meeting rooms. A business center features technical support and document collating/binding services. Computer stations are available as well as free WiFi. A comprehensive fitness center contains five upright and recumbent bikes, Lifecycles, Stair Masters, treadmills, free weights, and weight-training machines. Swiss medicine balls, mats, punching bags and gloves, and a swimsuit spinner are available. The terrace houses a triangular- shaped outdoor swimming pool.
This 34-story hotel offers 531 guestrooms with views of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge. Beds are draped with Egyptian cotton linens, comforters and down duvets. Décor incorporates marbles, exotic woods, rich silks, and mood lighting. Bathrooms feature Italian Spider Gold Marble and Italian limestone, and are stocked with non-allergenic soaps. Terrycloth bathrobes provide lounging comfort. Other amenities include high-speed Internet access for a fee and laptop-compatible in-room safes. Coffeemakers and minibars are provided.
Pros: Clean, nice rooms , good facilities , great location
Pros: very neat and fairly large rooms. the park view is beautiful.
Cons: initially we were in a 'park view' room which did not face the park at all. you have to crane your neck out of the window to see the park. this should not be sold as park view. staff were happy to move us to a front facing room with beautiful view.
Opposite Hyde Park, a tree-lined oasis in the heart of Sydney, our five-star hotel is a great destination to connect while savouring our views of Hyde Park, St. Mary’s Cathedral, and middle harbour. Numerous businesses and attractions are nearby. Our award-winning meeting facilities include 18 flexible function rooms, ideal for your every need. Re-energise in our rooftop health club, indoor heated pool, and spa with sweeping city views. Access the Sheraton Club Lounge, Sydney's premier Club Lounge. Our 557 guest rooms, including 48 suites, combine the classic with the contemporary for a stylish, comfortable feel. Enjoy unmatched vistas of the city or majestic Hyde Park, the plush Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience, and state-of-the-art amenities.
Pros: Best location in Sydney. Amazing Harbour views. Will stay here again.
Cons: Not much shopping in the area.
Done with meetings for the day? Watch the sun set over Sydney Harbour or the Royal Botanic Gardens in your suite, then head over to Q dining for a light meal or enjoy Cuban inspired cocktails and snacks in Hacienda our sun-drenched vista bar. Time for some sightseeing? Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour is close to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, with Manly beach just a short ferry ride away.
Cons: This is not a hotel. It's a 1 bed flat (with old style carpet) and definitely does not feel like a high end hotel. Wifi never worked in 4 days despite repeatedly asking to have it fixed. I asked for a plug adaptor and was told to go and buy one (whilst other hotels in Australia always had one for foreign travelers). Breakfast 3 to low 4 star. There are plenty of nice hotels in the area. As a accor platinum card holder as decided to stay there. Never again,
The property is situated in the historic Rocks precinct, overlooking Sydney Harbour, the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Sydney's cityscape. The hotel features 96 Sydney serviced apartments offering 5 star services and facilities. Each of these spacious apartments offers separate living and dining areas as well as a fully-equipped kitchen.
Pros: I loved the extra space of having a living room to unwind in after a long day of sightseeing. The kitchen and dining table was a great option when we didn't have time for a cafe breakfast. I loved having a nespresso machine in the room with daily refills.
The room was clean and modern. Service was great. The location is hard to beat. Right in the middle of tons of coffee shops, restaurants, and shopping. Darling Harbor and Chinatown are just 4-5 minute walk. Town Hall subway station is just around the corner. Two grocery stores are very close by if you want to stock up on things.
The gym is great and quite extensive. There is a nice pool and sauna, although the hot tub was only like warm temperature.
Overall me and my two boys ( 9 and 11) had a great time fornthe week we were in Sydney.
Located in Sydney Central Business District, this luxury aparthotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney Opera House, and Sydney Harbour Bridge. University of Sydney and Circular Quay are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Pros: Awesome location and great hotel. Perfect for a city weekend break.
Cons: Great room especially with a harbour view
Holiday Inn Old Sydney ia a significant heritage piece that makes up The Rocks Sydney’s charmingly picturesque and historic locality and has been welcoming families and couples from all walks of life for years. Nestled between two of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks take a splash in Holiday Inn Old Sydney’s famous rooftop pool under clear blue skies as you marvel at the breathtaking panoramic views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Before you start your daily journey enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast at our Playfair Terrace Restaurant. Also Kids Stay & Eat Free one of many reasons why Holiday Inn Old Sydney is the preferred family accommodation. It’s a breeze to get from Holiday Inn Old Sydney to all of Sydney’s significant harbour attractions and worthwhile events. Just a 5 minute walk straight down George St is Circular Quay: home to Sydney Harbour and Sydney’s central transport hub. From Circular Quay you can catch a ferry ride through Sydney Harbour to Taronga Zoo and Manly or walk an extra 350 metres and you will have reached The Royal Botanical Gardens. The Overseas Passenger Terminal is just 180 metres from the hotel making Holiday Inn Old Sydney the most convenient spot for pre- and post-cruise stay. Holiday Inn Old Sydney brings the joy in travel creating a comforting ‘home away from home’ environment with our personable and family-friendly service.
Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Airport is just 2.5 mi (4 km) from the airport and offers a shuttle at scheduled times for AUD 5.50 per person one way. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café and visit the fitness center for a workout. Rooms at this luxurious hotel offer up nice touches like iPod docks and MP3 docks, along with LCD TVs and microwaves.
Your Sydney Home by the Beach Our two distinct accommodation areas, located in separate buildings, offer a variety of ways to stay and to soak up the seaside lifestyle. At your Sydney home by the beach everything is easy, except saying goodbye! Our four star rated Boutique Hotel, located behind the main Coogee Bay Hotel, offers spacious and beautifully appointed rooms. Only a short walk to Coogee Beach, the Boutique Hotel is perfect for corporate stays, leisurely weekends, and for family holidays by the sea. Our Budget Pub-Style Accommodation, in the original heritage building, offers casual and great value rooms above the licensed premises. All Pub-Style rooms are ensuite equipped. Coogee Beach is right on your door step, and the multifaceted entertainment venue which is the Coogee Bay Hotel is just downstairs. Enjoy the wonderful Coogee to Bondi coastal walk, and then relax with a drink in our famous beer garden. To guarantee car parking please be sure to select Car Parking in Enhance Your Stay.
Pros: Close to main attractions. Staff very knowledgeable and polite.
Cons: No microwave.
Pros: Room with Darlington Harbour view and closeness to restaurants and activities.
Cons: - extra 2% charge imposed on the bill when paying by credit cart. - traffic noise in the early morning at Room on the 5th floor facing the highway.
Very close to CBD, Cockles Bay Darling Harbour, China town, 20 minute walk to Circular Quay and Opera House, close to Train system, restaurants, playground at Darling Harbour. Internet WiFi $40 for 3 days
Pros: location convenient--high quality bedding and bath
This family-friendly Sydney hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 5-minute walk of Darling Harbour, IMAX Sydney, and St Andrew’s Cathedral. Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Pros: Right in the heart of Circular Quay. Walking distance to Opera House and plenty of restaurants.
Cons: It was under construction while we were there. Was not made aware of the extent of the construction. Elevators were slow and aggravating. Was there a week and never got to know any of the staff.
Cons: The hotel is a construction site. Hotel not worthy of its rating. Four seasons and comparably located and priced hotels infinitely better. Beds uncomfortable, room not vacuumed
Pros: Fabulous location
Unbelievably GREAT views
Close to everything including public transportation
Cons: Rooms not cleaned every day
Pros: Location was great; central to both business and the local sites. Great restaurants close by. The housekeeping staff was also exceptional; you barely heard them in the morning when they started their cleaning. No loud talking in the hallways.
Cons: If I had to be picky, it would have been nice, esp in such a hot climate, to have at least two bottle of waters offered without cost.
Pros: This was a great location in Sydney....easy check in, great staff. We had access to the Concierge Lounge which was honestly one of the nicest of any Marriott Hotel I have stayed in. The gym was excellent and quite large. I would highly recommend this hotel.
Cons: Booking was for three adults but only allowed two complement breakfast.
A bit strange.
Pros: Was easy to walk to the sights in the area - Opera House, Sydney Bridge, the Harbor, places to eat
Cons: "City view" really means a view of another bldg.
Pros: Location and service was stellar
Cons: Restaurant hours, elevators, concierge
Plan an unforgettable escape to the Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay. Whether you're here for business or on a relaxed family holiday, we'll make you feel at home in our newly renovated lobby and dining venues, featuring luxurious accommodation and an unparalleled commitment to service. Spacious, gorgeously appointed rooms and suites boast modern design, plush bedding and large flat-screen TVs; many also feature awe-inspiring views of Sydney Harbour. Book one of our Executive Level rooms for enhanced amenities and exclusive Lounge access. Start your morning with breakfast at Silvester's, or toast a successful afternoon with a drink at the historic Customs House Bar or Three Bottle Man. With 14,000 square feet of venue space, we offer a wonderful destination for meetings and events. And you're just moments away from some of Sydney's top attractions, including the Opera House, George Street and The Rocks. We can't wait to welcome you here to the Sydney Harbour Marriott at Circular Quay.
At 57 Hotel, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of University of Sydney and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Guests can visit the 24-hour fitness center for a workout, and freebies like breakfast and WiFi are added perks. Rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with nice touches like iPads, premium bedding, and designer toiletries.