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Hilton Sydney - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hilton Sydney

488 George Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Lovely central hotel"
It was a treat away for a couple of nights. Very attentive staff, breakfasts lovely. Highly recommend. The room was spotlessly clean. Enjoyed every minute. Walking distance to sights
Traveller from adelaide
The Westin Sydney - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Westin Sydney

159 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Perfect hotel for Sydney CBD"
Great location in CBD (central business district), multiple nearby restaurants, public transportation was close. High quality rooms, great gym.
A Traveller
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
NZ$224

Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

11 Jamison Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"nice hotel close to shopping"
brilliant hotel veralp valet parking was friendly and courteous,pity we did not have enough time to stay longer (2 nights)
Traveller from wollongong
Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour

161 Sussex Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Great Location"
It was not my first stay at this hotel. My husband and I were staying in the City for the SMH Half Marathon. Because of the hotel upgrade (the construction), the lobby has been moved to one of the shops. It has been done tastefully and is functional, in spite of the in-out traffic going through the check-in/out area. The check in went smoothly, we asked for a late check out and it wasn't a problem and the room was ready, too. We booked a city side room, there was construction going on below, but the noise was minimal. I love the bed linen, clean and pleasant to sleep in. It would be nice if the toilet bowls would be cleaned under the rim, as well - took me about 20 antibacterial wipes to clean it. We left our key card at the reception when we left for the run and when we returned, the lady at the reception organised a concierge to let us into the room and to check our identity. I appreciate their approach to security. Regarding the online booking process: there were two prices for the same room type with no clear difference. Would be nice if Expedia would make sure to state why one would pay more (about $20) for the same room.
Traveller from Melbourne
Sheraton on the Park - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sheraton on the Park

159-161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Very strategichotel"
I feel comfortable during my stay here and sure i will be back when i'm visiting Sydney!
Traveller from Jakarta, Indonesia
Astral Tower and Residences at The Star - Pyrmont Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Astral Tower and Residences at The Star

80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont - Map
 
 
"Close to Darling Harbour"
Excellent experience , spacious clean room. Good views of the Harbour
Traveller from Hamilton NZ
Astral Tower and Residences at The Star is the only place to stay when you desire first class luxury accommodation and all …More
Rydges World Square - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$233

Rydges World Square

389 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Overall great hotel."
Turned up, checked in, had a great room and wonderful stay.
Traveller from Las Vegas
Rydges Sydney Central - Surry Hills Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rydges Sydney Central

28 Albion Street, Surry Hills - Map
 
 
"Great find close to the Capital Theatre"
My daughter and I spent the weekend in Sydney last week as we had tickets to Les Miserable. This hotel ticked all the boxes. So close to the train station and walking distance to the theatre, restaurants etc. Great out of the way restaurants to be discovered in the area. Staff at the hotel were amazing. Its been a long time since I've had customer service like that. The ability to pre-check in and late check out time made the experience even better. I think considering the outrageous hotel prices in Sydney we lucked out big time and I will not hesitate to return on my next visit.
A Traveller
Metro Hotel Marlow Sydney Central - Haymarket Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$127

Metro Hotel Marlow Sydney Central

431-439 Pitt Street, Haymarket - Map
 
 
"Hotel at a great location"
Hotel was located in a great location within the Sydney CBD. It was walking distance to a number of great facilities. Rooms are decent, good for just a short stay or if you aren't looking to stay in your room for large amounts of time. Bathroom is quite small, shower is extremely small. View outside of the room is directly into other people's apartments located quite closely. Uncomfortable to keep curtains wide open knowing anyone can see inside. We stayed overnight as a family as we were there for the Vivid Festival so it was handy as it was close to Darling Harbour and Central Park. Close to a lot of restaurants and shopping centres, also handy. Extremely noisy at night, woken up numerous times by people yelling, slamming doors, people singing, cheering etc. It was a saturday night though and we were on the 6th floor which was not high enough from the street noise I guess. Not ideal if you are a light sleeper. Beds were comfortable, air con heater didn't work as expected, air was not warm. During our stay, alarm went off which was worrying but we were assured they were looking into it and to remain in our rooms. Fire brigade came and we were informed it was safe once again. So excellent communication in that situation.
Traveller from Sydney
Metro Hotel on Pitt - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$144

Metro Hotel on Pitt

300 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Nice place to stay"
HandY to everything in city. Great location
Traveller from canberra
Built in the 1930s the original building was completely renovated and reopened as the Metro Hotel on Pitt combining the …More

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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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    Unload your luggage and get comfortable at your Sydney accommodation, then head out to see the sights and soak up the unique culture that only Sydney has to offer. There are an assortment of resorts and cheap hotels in Sydney, Australia, and Expedia.co.nz is here to help you find—and book—the best accommodation based on your needs and budget. And the best part is, you can rest assured knowing that you have conveniently located lodging within proximity to all of the action that abounds in Sydney.

    Whether you’re travelling solo or with the family in tow, and regardless of if the trip is for purposes of business or pleasure, we have Sydney hotel deals perfect for you.

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