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The Tank Stream - Sydney Hotels

The Tank Stream

97-99 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
Quiet comfortable room, with some nice inclusions. Friendly staff and central location
Traveller from Newcastle NSW
The Westin Sydney - Sydney Hotels

The Westin Sydney

159 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
"Luxurious hotel and incredibly helpful happy staff"
Stayed with my wife and we loved it. Great room, pitty we couldn't have been a bit higher up but really luxurious. It was my wife's birthday and they even brought up a nice little tasting plate as well as a card.
Traveller from Central Coast, NSW
Sheraton on the Park - Sydney Hotels

Sheraton on the Park

159-161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney - Map
WE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED OUR STAY.Very convenient location.
Traveller from Brisbane
Hilton Sydney - Sydney Hotels

Hilton Sydney

488 George Street, Sydney - Map
"Lovely hotel in the centre of the city."
It was the perfect place to stay in the centre of the city, close to transport, shopping etc. We had driven from Qld and were on our way to Melb, so needed somewhere central to stay, so we could park the car and just walk everywhere, or use the public transport system.
Traveller from Melbourne
Swissotel Sydney - Sydney Hotels

Swissotel Sydney

68 Market Street, Sydney - Map
"Ideal City location"
Always a Sydney favourite. Ideal location for City, Darling Harbour and close-by transport will get you to anywhere else easily. Very new room - well appointed and comfortable.
Traveller from Dubbo
The Grace Hotel - Sydney Hotels

The Grace Hotel

77 York Street, Sydney - Map
"Good clean, central to everything- hotel"
Good location, 200m from Wynyard railway station, large clean modern rooms. Pleasing rooms. Was however not put in the deluxe twin as requested but gave us a rollaway bed and compensate everyone (4) of us with free buffet breakfast daily. Wasn't that big a drama as we were out all day and night and just wanted a bed to sleep in. Would recommend and will be returning in future.
Traveller from Qld
Metro Hotel Marlow Sydney Central - Haymarket Hotels

Metro Hotel Marlow Sydney Central

431-439 Pitt Street, Haymarket - Map
"Close to all transport "
Close to central station, Capitol theatre and light railway Eating places close. Rooftop pool (bit cool). Definitely would stay again.
Traveller from Tasmania
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney - Sydney Hotels

Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

11 Jamison Street, Sydney - Map
"5 star hotel that hasn't kept up with the times."
The hotel was lovely but it was out dated. The room was small but comfortable the bathroom was lovely but again outdated.
Traveller from Hunter Vally
Fraser Suites Sydney - Sydney Hotels

Fraser Suites Sydney

488 Kent Street, Sydney - Map
"Decent stay"
An expectedly nice stay for a five star hotel... although nothing extraordinary.
Traveller from Brisbane
Fraser Suites Sydney is the product of an architectural inspiration by world-renowned architects, Fosters and Partners and …More
Park Regis City Centre - Sydney Hotels

Park Regis City Centre

27 Park Street, Sydney - Map
"convenient location"
The hotel's room photos were taken very well, the "premium room" was anything but. pokey room with tiny ensuite. the window opens to a back alley carpark and nice big brick wall. No dining facilities or room service available.
Traveller from QLD

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    From the white sails of the Opera House, to the towering arch of the Harbour Bridge, nothing says Australian icons like Sydney. Our Sydney CBD accommodation puts you in the middle of the action, whether you’re in town for business, sightseeing or checking out Sydney’s famous nightlife scene.

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    The heart of Sydney is also home to some of Australia’s most famous attractions, such as the Sydney Opera House. With its distinctive design and reputation as a world-class performing arts venue, it’s no wonder the Opera House is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby is the Sydney Sea Life Aquarium (with exhibits that will make you feel like you’re at the Great Barrier Reef!), and the Powerhouse Museum, a great place to visit for science geeks. Check out our Darling Harbour accommodation to be nice and close to these hot tourist spots.

    Fans of natural history and creatures great and small should visit the Australian Museum. An internationally-renowned institution, the museum has millions of items on display, including dinosaur fossils, insects and various cultural artefacts. Or if you’d rather see live animals, why not visit Taronga Zoo? This beloved Sydney venue houses lions, elephants and iconic Aussie animals like koalas and the Tasmanian Devil. Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour, the view from the zoo is incredible too!

    Shopaholics will find plenty to keep them occupied in the Sydney CBD too. Upmarket shoppers will love the luxury stores along King and Castlereagh Street as well as the many boutiques which have set up shop within Westfield Sydney. The Queen Victoria Building, a shopping arcade featuring late nineteenth-century architecture and a ten metre clock, is popular with both shoppers and tourists alike. If you’re on a budget, visit Paddy’s Markets.. Here you can find everything from souvenirs to fresh produce. If you’re in the Chinatown area on Friday night, take the time to wander through the Chinatown Nightmarket, which is open from 4PM to 11PM.

    Once you’ve shopped ‘til you’ve dropped, head back to your Sydney City hotel to drop off your bags before going to explore Sydney’s nightlife. Sydney is also one of the perfect places to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Watch as fireworks burst over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, illuminating the water and the night sky as thousands ring in the new year.

    If you’re not in Sydney during the new year but are keen to see the city light up, make sure you mark Vivid Sydney on your calendar. Held during May and June, the festival sees various locations around the CBD come alive with neon lighs, resulting in a spectacular visuals arts display. The Sydney Film Festival is also on around this time, which showcases the latest local and international films of the year.

    With Sydney Airport located 15 minutes from the CBD, it’s easy to grab a cheap flight to Sydney and begin exploring the sights straight away. Our Sydney CBD accommodation includes great deals for solo travellers and also family-friendly hotels with two or three bedrooms. So wot are you waiting for? Book your Sydney CBD hotel with us and experience Australia’s most popular city.