Boutique Hotel in Sydney Central Business District

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5 out of 5
5 Bridge Lane, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
22 Sep. - 23 Sep.
4.5/5Wonderful! (406 reviews)

"A great Boutique hotel and enjoyed the easy access to the local restaurants and bars."…"

Reviewed on 5 Aug. 2019

Establishment Hotel
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5 out of 5
49 Market Street, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
22 Sep. - 23 Sep.
4.7/5Exceptional! (2,440 reviews)

"Funky decor & furnishings, spacious clean room with great facilities, access to a Virgin Active gym, and central to Pitt St Mall and QVB in the heart of Sydney."…"

Reviewed on 12 Sep. 2019

QT Sydney
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4 out of 5
169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
23 Sep. - 24 Sep.
3.9/5Very Good! (2,016 reviews)

"I liked the character of the hotel, the furnishing, the cosy atmosphere, the fact you could drink and dine or just relax. The decor in the rooms was unique, so many hotel rooms are the same you could be anywhere. The room was clean and well laid out, the facilities and little touches were appreciated. ..."…"

Reviewed on 1 Sep. 2019

Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, Ascend Hotel Collection Member
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5 out of 5
488 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
22 Sep. - 23 Sep.
4.5/5Wonderful! (2,228 reviews)

"Great location, rooms and fantastic staff. Right in close proximity to everything. But still retains a secluded feel. Good balance of self contained and motel."…"

Reviewed on 4 Sep. 2019

Fraser Suites Sydney
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4 out of 5
4 Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
22 Sep. - 23 Sep.
4.3/5Excellent! (1,524 reviews)

"We stayed at the Best Western for six nights and were quite pleased. Our room was very clean and comfortable and the front desk staff (especially Felicia) was great!"…"

Reviewed on 11 Sep. 2019

Best Western Plus Hotel Stellar
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3.5 out of 5
631-635 George Street, Haymarket, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
22 Sep. - 23 Sep.
4/5Very Good! (1,961 reviews)

"Nice staff and Guest Lounge. Guests can buy food and cook it in the lounge. Great showers comfortable beds"…"

Reviewed on 9 Jul. 2019

1831 Boutique Hotel
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4 out of 5
75 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
13 Oct. - 14 Oct.
4.2/5Excellent! (555 reviews)

"Pleasant stay, great location nearby train and all interests in CBD. Staff was very kind and welcoming. Room is small but sufficient and well equipped for a short stay in city. Singaporean restaurant in the hotel was very good too!"…"

Reviewed on 11 Sep. 2019

Veriu Central
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5 out of 5
11 Jamison Street, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
20 Sep. - 21 Sep.
4.5/5Wonderful! (3,663 reviews)

"Let us check in early, amazing service, nothing was a issue, amazing cocktails and everybody was just so friendly. Aw and buffet breakfast was delish."…"

Reviewed on 12 Sep. 2019

Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney
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5 out of 5
161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
29 Sep. - 30 Sep.
4.6/5Wonderful! (3,322 reviews)

"The whole place is nice and surprisingly the buffet breakfast was really good"…"

Reviewed on 12 Sep. 2019

Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park
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4.5 out of 5
Corner Of George & Bond Street, Sydney, NSW
Free CancellationPay later
20 Sep. - 21 Sep.
4.2/5Excellent! (2,508 reviews)

"Very close to our office. Feel more like a home than a hotel"…"

Reviewed on 13 Sep. 2019

Mantra 2 Bond Street
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Accommodation in Sydney Central Business District

Sydney has it all: a crazy tall bridge you can climb, a world-famous opera house, too many pubs to count, and fantastic shopping districts. But to find out what else is going on this city, you need to go on holiday there immediately. Book a hotel in Sydney’s city centre and you’ll be close to all of the above and more.

How do I get from Sydney Airport to the city?

Sydney Airport (SYD) is only 12 km from the Sydney CBD area. There are plenty of options to get from here to there, like hailing a taxi, calling a rideshare, or booking a private shuttle transfer. You can ride the rails by hopping aboard the Airport Link that runs every 10 minutes and can connect you with the CBD. If your destination is further away, such as hotels in Greater Western Sydney or Sydney’s north shore, you may want to hire a car. Feeling sleepy? Rest up at hotels near Sydney Airport before you make the drive.

What malls are in Sydney CBD?

Shopping in the Sydney CBD provides you with plenty of options. Some of the more well-known malls include Westfield Sydney, Pitt Street Mall, Market City Centre, and Broadway Sydney. You’ll have no problem finding souvenirs at any of these places, plus high-end fashions, housewares, and anything else you can think of.

What is the Sydney Airport Opal card?

If you want to get anywhere in and around Sydney, you better have an Opal card in your back pocket. This little piece of plastic allows you to catch, trains, ferries, buses, and light rail. If you plan on going anywhere via public transit, this is the easiest way to do it.

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The lifeblood of Sydney, the central business district (CBD) is built upon an iconic harbour and all that life on the water has to offer. From the grand Queen Victoria Building to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney CBD is alive with nature and culture. Restaurants, cafes, and the world-famous Sydney Opera House are all at your fingertips when you holiday in the centre of Sydney. Whether you want to take a romantic harbour cruise with your loved one or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge with friends, head to this part of the city ready to soak in adventure and create new memories.

Things to Do in Sydney CBD

As arguably the most famous city in all of Oz, Sydney offers a tremendous number of activities and attractions for individuals from all walks of life. Chief among the sights to see here are the world famous Sydney Opera House, with its unmistakable architecture, and the equally stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge that's a mere stone's throw away. Closer to the downtown area is where you'll find Darling Harbour, a happening commerce district that's brimming with shops, restaurants, and other cultural centres. Not far from there is one of this city's most recognizable landmarks, the Sydney Tower. Aside from being the second tallest structure in the southern hemisphere, the tower features an
observation deck with unobstructed views of the surrounding area.

Additionally, there are a number of museums and historical sites in and around the CBD, including the Queen Victoria Building, the Museum of Sydney, and St. Mary's Cathedral. For those interested in taking in a show while in town, the State Theatre is a world-class venue with a rich history. And just outside the CBD, the Taronga Zoo houses more than 4,000 animals across a sprawling 21-hectare peninsula that juts out into the harbour.

Weather in Sydney CBD

Sydney's subtropical climate is one reason why so many people love to visit the capital of New South Wales. Summers in the Harbour City are warm and
only occasionally approach levels of strong heat, but humidity tends to stay relatively low during such heat waves. The CBD is fortunate in that the seasons don't have as dramatic of an impact in comparison to those in the outskirts of the city. And as far as precipitation is concerned, Sydney tends to host most of its rainstorms in the fall and winter months, while the other seasons are significantly drier.

Hotels and Accommodation in Sydney CBD

Sydney CBD hotels are generally upscale, high-rise accommodation that fit right into the city's skyline. Peer out the window of your hotel to see the harbour, opera house, or even Chinatown to the south. Your Sydney CBD accommodation options include properties with swimming pools, pampering spas, and room service. Book your ideal accommodation here on today to secure the best price for your next holiday.

Travel Basics

You can arrive in Sydney by car, rail, or the Sydney Airport (SYD). If you want to enjoy the warmest average temperatures, come to Sydney CBD in January and February, when you will see thermometer rise as high as 26 degrees. During the winter, Sydney cools down to as low as 7 degrees. The low tourist season is May through August, so if you aim to avoid crowds this is an ideal time to visit Sydney.

Book Your Sydney CBD Getaway

Sydney CBD is a thriving neighbourhood, filled with gastronomy, shopping, art, and more. Hotels in Sydney CBD live up to the standard set by their surroundings, boastingwell-appointed rooms and all the comforts you hope for during a holiday. Book your next trip to Sydney right here on to enjoy the best rates and a wide variety of accommodation options.

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