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Park Hyatt Sydney - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Park Hyatt Sydney

7 Hickson Road, The Rocks - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (64 reviews)
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Great hotel. Nice cocktail bar on 30th floor. "
Nice 1 night stay. Rooms were clean and had all the comforts you would expect. Our room had top views towards Darling Harbour and topped it off with a drink in 'Blu Bar' on the 30th floor. Highly recommend.
Traveller from Sydney
Holiday Inn Old Sydney the Rocks - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Holiday Inn Old Sydney the Rocks

55 George Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Central to everything. Good facilities"
Positives: Close to circular quay. Beautiful views of the opera house and harbour bridge from rooftop spa and pool. Helpful staff. Good breakfast. Negatives: no parking and valet parking was $45 which I was informed of when I went to collect my car. Would be good to know this prior. Our room also faced the main street and was very noisy with lots of traffic and late night revelers so did not sleep very well. Would be better on a higher level.
A Traveller
Quay West Suites Sydney - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
AU$307

Quay West Suites Sydney

98 Gloucester Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Great location, awesome pool."
We stayed in a one bedroom apartment with our two children and it was very comfortable. The location of the hotel was great and the pool is awesome! The only problem was the poor internet access.
Traveller from Canberra
Rendezvous Hotel Sydney The Rocks - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Rendezvous Hotel Sydney The Rocks

75 Harrington Street - The Rocks, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Perfect location."
Polite and helpful staff. Good value breakfast available. Our room had a view of The Opera House!
Traveller from Sunshine Coast
Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney - MGallery Collection - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney - MGallery Collection

34-52 Harrington Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Hidden gem in the rocks"
This is a stylish, welcoming Hotel hidden in the rocks within walking distance to Circular Quay and easy access to the city. The staff are friendly and helpful. The location is fabulous and the accommodation very comfortable. The food and service at Scarlett Restaurant is outstanding!
Traveller from Wollongong
The Russell Hotel - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Russell Hotel

143a George Street,, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Enjoyable few days"
Quaint but comfortable and in a great location. Easy access to the city, trains, ferries and many tourist sites. would stay again.
A Traveller
Set in a heritage-listed, 1880s building, this boutique hotel is located on the main street in Sydney’s historic Rocks …More
Sydney Harbour Bed & Breakfast - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Sydney Harbour Bed & Breakfast

140 - 142 Cumberland Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"A little gem in the Rocks/near Circular Quay"
My husband and I really enjoyed our stay at Sydney Harbour B&B near the Shangri- la Hotel. If you are arriving with baggage, take the train to Wynyard Train Station for a straight walk exiting from the York Street side and ramp out near the Menzies, then a straight walk. Circular Quay Station = many stairs and its all uphill. The breakfast was great; staff welcoming and helpful; views of the historic Rocks and even the Opera House were highlights. Highly recommended, if you don't mind shared facilities.
Traveller from Canberra, Australia
Australian Heritage Hotel - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Australian Heritage Hotel

100 Cumberland Street,, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Convenient location, clean, friendly staff"
Good food, helpful staff. Clean amenities and rooms
Traveller from central coast NSW
Mercantile Hotel The Rocks - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Mercantile Hotel The Rocks

25 George Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Vivid"
Room was great for a couple very roomy with a large spacious bathroom. Good heating which was great because it was a very cold night
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    Pocket Guide: The Rocks

    Stay in our Circular Quay and The Rocks hotels and explore this historic area of central Sydney. The Rocks was the site of the first European settlement in Australia in 1788. Originally home to local Indigenous people, the Cadigal, the area became a convict town and then transformed into a busy port city by the mid 19th century.

    The Rocks and Circular Quay area offers numerous restaurants, cafes, pubs, art galleries, museums and historic landmarks. The Rocks is a great place to shop as historic pubs and cottages are occupied by retailers selling everything from designer clothes to antiques, souvenirs and traditional boiled sweets and every weekend over 150 stalls fill the northern end of George Street for The Rocks Markets.

    The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the city's, and the country's, most iconic landmarks. Visitors can learn about the history of the bridge in the museum in the south eastern pylon, which also has a great lookout. But for the more adventurous, Bridgelimb runs supervised climbs of the bridge.

    Step back in time, while staying in our Circular Quay and The Rocks accommodation, by visiting the area's numerous historical sites and museums. Learn about the history of The Rocks area from the time when it was inhabited by the Cadigal Aboriginal people, through early European settlement to the present day, at the Rocks Discovery Museum. Visit Sydney CBD's oldest surviving cottage, Cadman's Cottage, which was built in 1816 and home to a convict. Visit the site of Sydney's first battery, Dawes Point Park, and discover original features like the officers' quarters, gun battery and cannon. Experience how working-class families lived in The Rocks in the 19th century by visiting Susannah Place Museum.

    Other must-see attractions include: The Museum of Contemporary Art; Sydney's oldest pubs including the Fortune of War, Hero of Waterloo, Lord Nelson and the Orient; and the Sydney Observatory, which was built in1858 houses and now houses an interactive museum.

    For more accommodation options nearby, view our range of Darling Harbour or Sydney CDB hotels, which include family-friendly, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments.

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