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  • 1
    Park Hyatt Sydney

    Park Hyatt Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    10 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Amazing hotel

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  • 2
    Westin Sydney

    Westin Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    I loved the Westin, with its awesome location at One Martin Place, from the moment I first walked into the lobby. Glassed in by a towering high ceiling, the lobby interior encloses a huge square between the newer tower section of the hotel and the lovely heritage sandstone facade next door, with the nifty Mosaic restaurant giving a great view ...

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    Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

    Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    The view on the 36th floor is spectacular. Was very lucky to be upgraded to an ocean-view room. The room is spacious and the view is wonderful.

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  • 4
    Sheraton on the Park

    Sheraton on the Park

    Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    I really like this hotel. You can take a complimentary bus that will take you all over. The room was really well appointed with marble and super soft bedding. The staff was very quick and courteous. Though toward the end of my stay I had the oddest conversation with the front attendant. He had asked me whether I was enjoying ...

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  • 5
    Hilton Sydney

    Hilton Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Beautiful and modern property located right in the middle of all types of action: food, shop, tourist, and non tourist. The rooms are quite spacious and the higher floor ones have fantastic views of the city and if on the right side, the Sydney tower is almost within grasp. The decor is very chic and modern. Clean and comfortable. There ...

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    The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel

    The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Billing itself as Sydney's oldest continually-operating hotel, the Lord Nelson was a place that I liked as soon as I walked in. The lovely old building in the Rocks has a B&B feel, and rooms with the original rough stone walls, and richly aged wooden furnishings. It's a little bit out of the way (not really convenient to transport, and ...

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    InterContinental Sydney

    InterContinental Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    A top choice for high-end accommodation near Circular Quay, the Opera House, and the Botanic Gardens, I love the InterContinental's classic sandstone facade and beautiful lobby lounge, with brick arches and towering ceilings. Rooms have absolutely stunning views, with choices of the city (cheapest), eastern harbour (more expensive), or Opera House (most expensive). They're also extremely plush and well-maintained, and ...

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    Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

    Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

    Class:
    4
    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Location was exceptional, unbeatable even, but the hotel itself -- meh. And it's a Four Seasons! I expected more.

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  • 9
    BLUE Sydney - A Taj Hotel

    BLUE Sydney - A Taj Hotel

    Class:
    4
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    When is a Taj hotel not a Taj hotel? When it’s situated on a wharf on Sydney Harbour. Think Taj hotels in their native India and you think opulence, extravagance and palaces. Blue Sydney on the other hand, is suave, chic and minimalist. The architecture – formerly an industrial facility - is an attraction in itself, not to mention the ...

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    The Australian Heritage Hotel

    The Australian Heritage Hotel

    Class:
    4
    6 reviews
    Fair - 70% of guests recommend

    Located in the historic Rocks district of Sydney, this rustic renovated hotel has a vintage vibe with a lively bar crowd. Pizza is their specialty, as evidenced by their vibrant meat, seafood, and vegetarian selections (if you're feeling adventurous, channel your inner Aussie with the Pepper Kangaroo or the Salt Water Crocodile). Wash down with the seemingly endless selection of ...

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  • 11
    The Diamant Boutique Hotel Sydney

    The Diamant Boutique Hotel Sydney

    Class:
    4
    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    A nice option in Kings Cross for those looking to stay a little bit upscale, the Diamant offers decent value for money, with tasteful modern decor. Some of the rooms are showing a little bit of wear, but it's hard to argue with the location, a very short walk to the Kings Cross train station and to buses all over ...

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  • 12
    Marriott Sydney Harbour at Circular Quay

    Marriott Sydney Harbour at Circular Quay

    Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Good service, nice rooms, good view and a great location near The Rocks and the Harbor.

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    Grace Hotel Sydney

    Grace Hotel Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews
    Fair - 71% of guests recommend

    This hotel and even the street on which it sits screams ‘Art-Deco heritage’. Walk into the lobby and you feel transported to the heart of 1930s New York. The Grace has a colourful history and stylish décor, which in itself makes for a unique inner-city experience. The hotel also has a discount arrangement with a number of local businesses and ...

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  • 14
    The Menzies Sydney

    The Menzies Sydney

    Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Very nice motel. Stayed in Room 215 in the north wing which was comfortable and quite. Very central location with Wynyard Station just across the road. Had the buffet breakfast at the motel one morning which was a little pricey (we are members of the Accor Club which means 1/2 price meals and kids eat free).

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    Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour

    Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    it over looks the harbour and all its city lights reflecting on the water

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    Sydney Harbour YHA

    Sydney Harbour YHA

    4.5
    3 reviews
    Fair - 71% of guests recommend

    Part hostel and part archaeological project, The Sydney Harbour YHA, on a quiet street in the Rocks neighborhood overlooking the water, instantly has a certain cool about it. Though it's pricey by hostel standards, the dorms are very new (each with an ensuite bathroom), and while the privates are basic, they're also spotless, with solid bathrooms. The industrial-warehouse-style floorplan is ...

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    The Darling

    The Darling

    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    If cards, dice and flashing neon lights are the way you like to roll then roll on up to the Darling hotel. The Star Casino next door is no Las Vegas but when you’ve got Sydney on your doorstep you don’t need it to be. I admit that I couldn’t help feeling like a child in a theme park in ...

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  • 18
    Fraser Suites Sydney

    Fraser Suites Sydney

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The Sydney incarnation of the luxury Fraser Suites chain will appeal especially to corporate and business travellers who want to stay in style in Sydney's CBD. Built for professionals, the large-sized suites have tons of taste and a modern decor, and everything about the hotel is crisp and polished (if occasionally also seeming a little sterile). Rooms have fantastic city ...

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    Simpsons of Potts Point Hotel

    Simpsons of Potts Point Hotel

    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Best choice for a quiet but accesible place for stay

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    Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

    Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Incredible value for inner city hotel. Easy access to the Opera House and the Harbor. I was surprised to enter my room and be greeted by a complimentary bottle of champagne on ice and an assortment of chocolates with the note "Welcome to Australia!".

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Beloved for its expansive coastline (over 100 beaches in the city alone!), exquisite Sydney Harbour, dynamic central business district and thriving art, foodie, nightlife and surf culture, Sydney is Australia's oldest, largest and most cosmopolitan metropolitan area. A former British penal colony, today Sydney consistently rates as one of the most attractive and livable cities in the world and is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities as well. Flush with a bevy of tempting outdoor escapes, historic sites and cultural attractions -- be it the famous waves and bronzed surf bodies of Bondi or Manly beach, the hallowed halls of Sydney Opera House or a pounding rugby match at Sydney Olympic Park -- Sydney beckons travelers and immigrants both with its natural beauty and lively Aussie spirit. As its popularity grows, hotel rooms in Sydney increasingly come at a hefty premium, particularly during peak travel periods. However locally-owned B&Bs and other budget-minded properties can still be found around town, especially for those who do not require a room with a view or are willing to join locals on Sydney's quality public transportation.

Luxury Hotels in Sydney
When one is looking for the best of the best among hotels in Sydney, a variety of familiar names quickly rise to the surface -- Westin, Sheraton, Shangri-La, Hilton -- all centered around majestic Sydney Harbour. The Park Hyatt ranks among Sydney's creme-de-la-creme with its prime location, superb service, beautiful event venues and marvelous contemporary guestrooms offering private balconies looking out over the water to the Sydney Opera House directly opposite. Part heritage site (as half the hotel is set within the breathtaking Treasury Building of 1851) and part modern high-rise, the InterContinental Sydney is another top choice for high-end accommodation. Located near Circular Quay, the Opera House and the Botanic Gardens, this luxurious hotel offers guests their choice of views -- city, east Park, Bridge, and the Opera House -- as well as a laundry list of top-notch features such a decadent open-air lobby lounge serving High Tea, extensive fitness facilities and the exclusive Club InterContinental Lounge. The celebrated Taj luxury hotel group also welcomes guests to Sydney with their boutique five-star business hotel Blue Sydney located on the Wharf at Woolloomooloo.

Budget-Friendly Hotels in Sydney
Flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to looking for a deal in Sydney, as smaller boutique and budget-friendly properties are dispersed across the city, relying on public transit for access to some of the key attractions. Well-known names are easy to spot among the many mid-priced options (TraveLodge, Holiday Inn) but comfortable local choices are also readily available, including the Macleay Hotel and Apartments in Potts Point, the Diamant Boutique Hotel in Kings Cross, the lovely terrace-house of Avonmore On the Park in historic Randwick, or the family-run Glasgow Arms Hotel in Darling Harbor. On a budget but need to be central? Consider the Park Regis City Centre, a welcoming lower priced option complete with rooftop pool and lounge. For those willing to share a bathroom, the rustic, renovated Australian Heritage Hotel located just above a pub offers a unique, laid-back hotel experience at an affordable price. Of course backpacker culture is very much alive and well across Australia, so a variety of cheap rooming options are available among a selection of hostels throughout the city. Cambridge Lodge Guest House is a good option for those looking for a hostel without the party crowd.

Getting to know Sydney
Although Sydney's larger metropolitan limits sprawl more than 50 miles from the city center, much of daily life in the city tends to center around the water and travelers often prefer hotels in locations convenient to the waterfront. The harbour transportation hub of Circular Quay attracts crowds heading to catch a ferry and enjoy views of the city's financial center, iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge from a distance. Families often enjoy the entertainment options in nearby Darling Harbour, while a small historic neighborhood called The Rocks has become one of Sydney's most exclusive neighborhoods with a collection of boutiques, pubs, top-notch restaurants and weekly markets. Shoppers head to Town Hall to visit historic arcades such as the Queen Victoria Building and the Strand while vintage finds are more common in trendy Newton. Colorful Kings Cross is home to the city's red light district as well as some of Sydney's best nightclubs and restaurants, while Oxford Street is at the heart of the city's gay community. Sydney's renowned beaches draw crowds both north (Manly) and south (Bondi) while the Blue Mountains attract outdoorsy visitors to the west. ... read more
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