Where to Stay in Sydney


Intercontinental Sydney:


Built around the restored Treasury Building, this hotel offers panoramic views of Sydney Harbor and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The 509 guest rooms feature a luxurious window seat and high speed internet access. Around the clock services include gym, business center, valet, room service and concierge. For the ultimate Sydney, Australia experience, take in the views from the rooftop Club Lounge.

Sheraton on the Park:

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Located opposite the tree-lined oasis of Hyde Park in the heart of Sydney, this hotel offers 557 guest rooms and suites that combine the classic with the contemporary for an overall comfortable feel. Sweeping views of the city in the health club, pool, and spa create a great setting in which to re-energize the body and soul. Breakfast is included.

Observatory Hotel Sydney:

observatory hotel

Located near Sydney’s historic Rocks area, this hotel offers guests the highest standards in accommodation, cuisine and personal service. Each of the 99 rooms and suites has a luxurious marble bathroom with an oversize bath, double vanities, and broadband internet access. Enjoy the fine cuisine, ranging from elegant dining in restaurant to the light menu in the club-like bar.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney:

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Situated overlooking Sydney Harbor in the historic Rocks district, this vibrant and elegant hotel offers 531 rooms and suites, elegantly decorated in a luxurious contemporary style with views of the city’s most famous icons. The day spa features exclusive skincare and aromatherapy treatments.

Park Hyatt Sydney:

park hyatt

This hotel is located in the historic Rocks district, and boasts luxurious, spacious guestrooms with timeless style. Most of the 158 guest rooms enjoy private balconies with views overlooking Sydney’s spectacular harbor, Opera House, and Harbor Bridge. The chic restaurant takes in the fabulous view of the harbor through floor-to-ceiling folding glass doors.

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