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Swissotel Sydney - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
NZ$263

Swissotel Sydney

68 Market Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Relaxing Stay"
Loved the quiet ambience and comfort of the high quality bed linen. Overall top marks on every area of the hotel.
tones from G
The Grace Hotel - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$209

The Grace Hotel

77 York Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"In the city. Value and luxury."
Helpful, friendly staff. Spent a weekend of enjoyment. I will come again and tell my friends about the Hotel.
Helen from New Zealand
Travelodge Wynyard - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Travelodge Wynyard

7-9 York Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Stayed for business, so great to be right in CBD"
Very good experience - helpful staff ad clean rooms
A Traveller
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
NZ$248

Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

11 Jamison Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Great hotel and fairly convenient location."
Hotel was recently renovated. Room was spacious and staff were really friendly. Indoor pool is also a highlight!
lisa from Perth, WA
Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Central - Haymarket Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$208

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Central

2 Lee Street, Haymarket - Map
 
 
"Close to train station."
We stayed in one of the loft apartments. Walking up the stairs to the bedroom? Yes! We loved it.
A Traveller
Quay West Suites Sydney - The Rocks Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
NZ$338

Quay West Suites Sydney

98 Gloucester Street, The Rocks - Map
 
 
"Like the service"
My wife had a problem with the bed. She has a back problem. We managed to sort it out but the important point is that when we came back the next week the bed had been set up for her. I think that is impressive.
A Traveller
The Sebel Manly Beach - Manly Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$253

The Sebel Manly Beach

8-13 South Steyne, Manly - Map
 
 
"Best holiday Ever."
We had a wonderful holiday. Our room was warm and clean and relaxing and quiet as it was close to the beach but still far away enough if you wanted to stay inside for some peace and quiet.. All staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful in every way. We would absolutely love to go back and stay at The Sebel and wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone else, thank you.
Lisa from invercargill nz
Travelodge Macquarie North Ryde Hotel - Macquarie Park Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Travelodge Macquarie North Ryde Hotel

81 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park - Map
 
 
"Travel Lodge Macquarie University"
It was nice to stay at travel lodge. We had a good time and the service was great. the room looked good and was in good condition
Furyal from Maitland
Novotel Sydney Olympic Park - Sydney Olympic Park Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$248

Novotel Sydney Olympic Park

Cnr Olympic Blvd & Herb Elliott Ave, Sydney Olympic Park - Map
 
 
"Great hotel to come back to after an event at ANZ."
If you've gone to an event at ANZ Stadium & can't be bothered to travel afterwards, then this hotel is definitely for you. Nice comfortable beds to rest your weary head on when you've had a few drinks at the footy game. Staff were very friendly & helpful. Nice clean room.
Craig from Brisbane, Australia
Mercure Sydney Parramatta - Rosehill Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$165

Mercure Sydney Parramatta

106 Hassall Street, Rosehill - Map
 
 
"Airport stop over."
This hotel was a last minute booking. We had a family room of good proportions. Clean hotel and friendly staff. Location 30 mins from Sydney airport. Given option of free breakfast or hotel parking. Take breakfast as it was all you can eat. Food excellent and large choise with Asian alternatives. Highly recommended.
Crads from UK

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    Where to stay in Sydney?

    Sydney might not be Australia’s capital city, but it’s certainly sitting pretty, right at the top of Australia’s wide-cast metropolises. Stretching either side of the crinkle-cut waters of Port Jackson – and the famed Sydney Harbour – Sydney undoubtedly has a stunning setting. But while the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House shout out their visual appeal, this city has a lot more going for it than just sight-seeing.

    Home to that epitome of Oz charm, the big-hearted Sydneysider, these days Sydney is also known as a cultural jewel in the Pacific – and one of the most diverse cities either side of that vast ocean. However, with a jigsaw puzzle of districts, each with its own charm, choosing a hotel or accommodation for your Sydney-side experience is no easy matter.

    That’s why we’ve carefully selected our hotels from among the best-located districts in town, whether close to the heart of Sydney’s buzz, or in areas geared to your particular needs as a traveller. The obvious place to start is the CBD – the Central Business District – on Sydney’s south-side. This is the true centre of all things Sydney, and rubs against its top-drawer attractions like the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

    The CBD is where you’ll find most of Sydney’s high-class, modern hotels soaring skywards. But it’s also where you’ll discover some real hotel gems, housed in some of the city’s most historic of buildings. It’s also an ideal place to stay for business travellers who want to be close to the action of the financial district.

    For somewhat cheaper – and some would say more characterful – lodgings, try The Rocks area, just to the north of the CBD. Here you’ll find a charming dock-side district steeped in the city’s working-class history. There are some character-filled, and relatively inexpensive hotels here, but also a few at the luxury end of the scale too. Some of the harbour-side hotels in The Rocks are reckoned to have the best views in town.

    Another exciting sea-facing district is the Darling Harbour area. It’s packed with entertainment like aquariums, museums and board-walks. It is also well endowed with some great mid-priced hotels. Further west is the Inner West strip, a well-to-do neighbourhood that hugs the harbour a little further around. Many business travellers choose to stay here, as the hotels are less pricey than in the CBD, while still being in reach of the financial district.

    If you’re looking for a place to stay close to some of Sydney’s legendary beaches – like Bondi on the south shore – then you’ll find plenty of ideally-located accommodation in the Eastern Suburbs. And if budget is a factor, the area just behind Bondi Beach itself still has great low-cost hotels, hostels and apartments, many geared towards the backpacker community.

    So diversity really is the word here. One thing you can bank on is that, in a city as many-faceted and global in outlook as Sydney, you’re bound to find your particular accommodation needs will be met.

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