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Mercure Penrith - Penrith Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Mercure Penrith

123 Mulgoa Road, Penrith - Map
 
 
"Very convenient"
The hotel itself is easy to access and from there it is very easy to get to restaurants, shopping centres and public transport. You are within walking distance of most things you could need and only a short drive to everything else.
Traveller from Mudgee
The recently refurbished Chifley Penrith Panthers hotel caters to business and leisure travelers alike, and offers luxury …More
Penrith Valley Inn - Penrith Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Penrith Valley Inn

Corner Of Great Western Highway And Memo, Penrith - Map
 
 
"Good place for tradies to bunk down overnight"
Boys on Penrith building sites needed hot shower, warm bed, and a feed overnight - worked well
Traveller from Malabar
39 room property, ideal for family and groups. Fully licensed restaurant and bar, all rooms air conditioned, fully non …More
Astina Serviced Apartments - Central - Penrith Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Astina Serviced Apartments - Central

7-9 Lethbridge Street, Penrith - Map
 
 
"short break "
We had the last available booking - Apartment 8 Ground floor was well equiped, clean & well laid out with underground secure car parking but disappointed extract fans did not work in 2/3 bathrooms. If you like a hard bed you will be pleased. Overall good accommodation & good location with a short walk into the main shopping centre & train station commute to Syndey.
Traveller from VIC

Top Hotels Near Penrith

Nepean Shores Riverside Resort & Conference Centre - Jamisontown Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Nepean Shores Riverside Resort & Conference Centre

6-22 TENCH Avenue, Jamisontown - Map
 
 
"Handy to rowing complex"
No problems. easy access. Kitchen very handy. Quiet location
A Traveller
Valuesuites - Emu Plains Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Valuesuites

Billington Place, Emu Plains - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (15 reviews)
Travelodge Blacktown - Blacktown Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Travelodge Blacktown

170 Reservoir Road, Blacktown - Map
 
 
"Comfortable hotel"
Comfortable hotel for a quick overnight stay to attend a nearby wedding.
A Traveller
St. Marys Park View Motel - St Marys Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

St. Marys Park View Motel

465 Great Western Hwy, St Marys - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (152 reviews)
The Sebel Hawkesbury Resort and Spa - Windsor Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Sebel Hawkesbury Resort and Spa

61 Richmond Road, Windsor - Map
 
 
"Best Hotel"
This hotel is a wonderful mixture of relaxation and luxury.
A Traveller
Novotel Sydney Rooty Hill - Rooty Hill Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Novotel Sydney Rooty Hill

33 Railway Street, Rooty Hill - Map
 
 
"huge room "
huge room, undercover parking a bit tight if you have a 4wd ,nice stay ,club right next door very nice
A Traveller
We like to think a stay with us takes each guest beyond their expectations. That's what makes us special. Holiday Inn Rooty …More
Quality Inn Penrith - Jamisontown Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Quality Inn Penrith

261 Mulgoa Road, Jamisontown - Map
 
 
"Good value"
Well equipped rooms, set back from busy Mulgoa Road. Pleasant surrounds. Watch out for the speed humps in driveways, they can be a lit brutal. Attached hotel serves meals and room service also available. Plenty of off street parking and turning space in grounds.
Traveller from Lake Macquarie. NSW
Luxury accommodation at the foot of the Blue Mountains. On site fine dining and nearby family restaurants. Close to …More

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    Pocket Guide: Penrith

    Penrith, a small city in greater Sydney is packed full of shopping, dining, art, nature and water activities. It’s also the gateway to the Blue Mountains and close to attractions like the Lapstone Bridge Zigzag Walk. With its unique location 50 minutes from the Sydney CBD and 50 minutes from the town of Katoomba, there’s something to see in either direction. Spend the day up in the Blue Mountains, check out the Harbour Bridge in Sydney or relax right where you are with one of our Penrith hotels.

    History

    Captain Watkin Trench of the Royal Marines discovered the Nepean River, which flows through Penrith, in 1789. The name ‘Penrith’ was first used in the early 1800s, although no-one knows how it came about except that it was named after Penrith in England. Military depots were built here during World War Two. Penrith was declared a city in October 1959 and a building boom saw heaps of development in the 70s.

    Things to do

    Penrith has several shopping centres, including a Westfield on High Street with more than 300 stores. Wander Penrith’s town centre to find delicious Asian, Mexican and fine dining restaurants. Penrith Regional Gallery and the Levers Bequest is set in heritage-listed buildings on the tree-lined banks of the Nepean, and features ever-changing exhibitions, a weekend cafe and a garden with a purple jacaranda tree. The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, nicknamed ‘The Joan’, is a performing arts venue for theatre, music, and dance, with heaps of unique events.

    The Lapstone Zigzag Walk starts at the end of Knapsack Street in Lapstone, a 10-minute drive from Penrith. The walking track will take you through bush and past walls of rock to the Knapsack Viaduct. At 388 feet long and 120 feet high, this magnificent stone arch bridge carried the Lapstone Zigzag railway over Knapsack Gully. Penrith also has ‘The Great River Walk’, almost eight kilometres of walking tracks that follow the Nepean through Penrith, or you can take a cruise along the river at dusk and enjoy the view from on board!

    If you want a little more action, head down to the Nepean Rowing Club to join a rowing crew for the day. Take a canoe out into the Nepean Gorge, or tackle some wakeboarding or cable skiing at Cables Wake Park at Panthers Leagues Club.

    The Blue Mountains

    Katoomba is a historic, quirky town less than an hour from Penrith. It’s the closest town to the Jamison Valley, the rugged wilderness where you’ll find the famous trio of rocks known as the Three Sisters, plus the Katoomba Falls waterfall. Take a cable car ride over Jamison Valley rainforest gorge, go deep into the forest on a bushwalk or drop into a quirky eatery.

    Getting there and around

    Book a flight to Sydney with us. It’s easy to get a train to Penrith and then another one up the Blue Mountains. Go back and forth between all of the Sydney area’s best bits with our Penrith accommodation.
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