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Sheraton on the Park - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sheraton on the Park

159-161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel great location for city hotel."
Lovely comfortable room. Hyde park right opposite close to transport and fantastic shopping.
T from Auckland
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
 
 
"Nice hotel and very clean"
Friendly staffs, definitely recommend! Walking distance to everything, very comfortable room
susie from melbourne
Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel - Mascot Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel

8 Arrival Court,, Mascot - Map
 
 
"Location location location"
Great for International arrivals/departures. Modern comfortable hotel at a fair but not cheap price.
john B from UK
Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport - Mascot Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport

Corner Of Robey And O Riordan, Mascot - Map
 
 
"Good traveller hotel"
Gym, pool and restaurants all of high standard. Staff friendly and helpful
A Traveller
The Westin Sydney - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Westin Sydney

159 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"Gorgeous hotel in great location"
The Westin itself as a building is absolutely stunning. The architecture and space is amazing. The location is ideal - within walking fustian echo everything. We travelled as a family with our children and had a double room. It was very spacious, clean and the kids loved the view of the clock in Martin place! The buffet breakfast was very comprehensive and well stocked. The only complaints were 1) the pancakes were terrible (not great when that's your kids favourite) and 2) the hotel will charge if you ask for a cappuccino. At no other 5 star hotel has this happened before - it's always complimentary. These are only minor things and our overall stay was a pleasant and positive one. Highly recommended. We will definitely be back.
Familyof4
Criterion Hotel - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Criterion Hotel

260 Pitt St (Cnr Park Street), Sydney - Map
 
 
"Hotel in city"
Friendly staff and good motel for meeting people as it has a bar.Meals are served that are good quality and inexpensive.
A Traveller
Metro Hotel Sydney Central - Haymarket Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Metro Hotel Sydney Central

431-439 Pitt Street, Haymarket - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to all the shops."
The rooms are good enough not too big not too small and it's clean.
Allan from Tarneit, Melbourne
Vibe Hotel North Sydney - Milsons Point Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Vibe Hotel North Sydney

88 Alfred Street, Milsons Point - Map
 
 
"Beautiful Views of the Harbour"
Fantastic place to stay but it is very annoying having to give SO MUCH DETAIL about the stay
A Traveller
Bondi 38 Serviced Apartments - Bondi Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Bondi 38 Serviced Apartments

38 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach - Map
 
 
"Great apartment with beautiful views of the beach"
We recently stayed in apartment 3 at Bondi 38. The staff and apartment were fantastic. The location was in a very convenient location and had views down the length of bondi beach. There was some noise from the street and restaurant below, and parking was about 10mins walk away so this may not suit some visitors. Overall were very happy with the visit and will stay again when we visit Bondi next time.
Jon from Brisbane
Rydges World Square - Sydney Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rydges World Square

389 Pitt Street, Sydney - Map
 
 
"In the CBD close to everything"
Clean room, friendly helpful staff. The bed was extremely comfortable.
sherene from camden

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    Where to stay in Sydney?

    This is the Oz city that has the cream of the crop when it comes to sights. After all, the Harbour Bridge and Opera House are pretty much national symbols. But let's face it; Sydney does cover a lot of ground. All those districts, each adding an intriguing piece to Sydney's puzzle, are widely scattered up and down the North and South Shores. It's hard to know where to start.

    And if you're coming here to say, whether for business or pleasure, finding the perfect hotel, in the best location, can be something of a headache. But here at expedia.com.au, we've done the hard work for you. We've run around the top hotel districts in the 'Harbour City', and picked out the best of the bunch, when it comes to hotels and accommodation.

    Of course, most people start their hotel search in the centre of Sydney town, in the CBD (Central Business District), where the towers soar and the sights grab your attention. Many of its glittering towers are home to some sleek and classy hotels, too. There are also several excellent, and rather chic, hotels to be found along the stylish, older boulevards of the CBD.

    With first-class service though come first-class prices, so travellers may prefer to step out of the central district. And there are plenty of great hotel districts that are also well-located, but with a tad less on the price tag. Darling Harbour, just to the west is a case in point. Here there are several large modern hotels – including the city's largest – well integrated into its entertainment facilities.

    And if you want to be right next to the premier sights of Sydney, you won't get much closer than by staying at a hotel in The Rocks. This area sits literally under the Harbour Bridge, with some superb views out over the harbour. This is real old-school Sydney, with hotels as full of character as the local Sydneysiders, who still pack its pubs. And most are less pricey than those of other central districts.

    Business travellers on a budget will find some great accommodation options in the Inner West area. It's close to the town's business buzz, with good, mid-priced hotels, and excellent eateries. This area is also known as one of the more diverse and liberal parts of the city, with its easy-going atmosphere, and has a scattering of budget hotels, suiting Sydney-bound backpackers.

    South Shore is where most of the well-known Sydney attractions and hotel districts lie. But Sydney has a North Shore too, and some of the best beaches – like the surfer's heaven of Manly Beach – are to be found here. The Northern Beaches district is a real favourite, especially with travellers looking for accommodation that's a bit more open to sea, sand and forest.

    Both Manly Beach and Palm Beach are home to small, smart five-star hotels, though of course you'll also you'll find cheaper beach-side hotels and apartments here. There is also some very pleasant accommodation sitting in out-of-the-way bush areas, just outside these resorts. From city-slicking, to family fun, to surf-watching – Sydney really is a city that has it all.

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