Hotels in Sydney
The poshest old-school hotel in town (it’s part of the Orient-Express group) isn’t exactly in town; though it’s in the heart of the lively historic Rocks district, it’s tucked away in a peaceful, mostly residential enclave.
Rising 43 stories above downtown, this glass-and-concrete hotel is centrally located across from the Town Hall railway station.
Originally established as a gentleman’s chambers, Regents Court is now a small boutique hotel catering to the creative and independent set. The property is located in the Potts Point suburb, just a short walk from Woolloomooloo Bay and the Kings Cross railway station.
Situated directly across from Hyde Park, this 557-room property is among the chicest business hotels in the city. The guest rooms are decorated in mostly neutral tones with black-and-tan-striped headboards and a gallery-like collection of framed artwork.
Some of the city’s largest rooms and a new Chi spa that opened in February 2010.
Glass-and-concrete skyscraper featuring a grand 3-floor lobby, along the harbor.
34 floors of polished, updated rooms and public spaces, plus the city’s largest outdoor pool. From the sky-high atrium lobby to the clubby hotel bar and spacious outdoor pool, this classic in the Rocks never disappoints. Best for Unbeatable service.
This charming, budget-friendly little hotel is one of the best values in Sydney.
Situated beside Sydney Cove, the Sir Stamford hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the Sydney Opera House and Royal Botanic Gardens.
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Fronting the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, the Park Hyatt occupies the city’s most coveted location. A multi-million dollar renovation only adds to its allure, with new floor-to-ceiling windows and amenities from cult perfumer Le Labo. Best for knockout views.