From romantic sprawls to rock star caves – pick your vacation style through your hotel
1. Metro Hotel on Pitt
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A typical urban hotel, the Metro is perfectly placed in Sydney, earning it a well-deserved ‘best located’ title. China Town is a short walk away, as are the Central railway Station, Hyde Park, the main shopping hub Queen Victoria, and it’s on the route of the free bus that goes Circular Quay. Skip meals at the hotel and wander around to pop into hip pubs and cafes that dot the corners. Surf through the hotel directory and get all information regarding all the hotels of your choice. It will help you book a better hotel well in advance.
2. Park Hyatt Sydney
Hickson Road, The Rocks
Why stay at the Park Hyatt? Well there’s the incredible view to consider – if you’ve trekked all the way down under, it makes sense to have an uninterrupted view of the spectacular harbor and the Sydney Opera house at your feet. And then there’s the luxe service and the sexy, spectacular sprawling bathrooms overlooking the waters. They have excellent restaurants and tapas that might put Spain to shame. With so much on board, it’s almost as if they dare you to leave their premises. Book in advance your rooms in Park Hyatt Sydney Hotel for a peaceful stay in a room of your choice.
Cumberland Street, The Rocks
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Standard issue exemplary service and a great set of restaurants – what could possible set it apart from the plethora of five-star hotels that also line the waterfront? It might possibly be the Blu Bar on 36 – where as the moniker suggests, you’ll be sipping cocktails 36 levels up. Looming French windows look out into liquid blue waters and nights, while your meal is accented with the one of the best fresh seafood buffets the world has to offer. Check the room rates and Book rooms in Shangri-La Hotel Sydney as you plan your stay.
4. Vibe Rushcutters
The Vibe enjoys the mixed delights of being hip, stylish and simple. The hotel has recently been revamped and pink cushions and ochre chairs complement clear wide windows that look out to decent views of the city. The latter have to be sacrificed if you want great location, which the Vibe happily enjoys – shopping havens of Paddington and Double Bay are literally around the corner, while Pitt Street and George Street shopping districts are a five-minute ride away, as is party central, Bondi Beach. So what are you waiting for? Book your room in Vibe Hotel Rushcutters Sydney for a peaceful vacation with family.
Kings Cross is the city’s notorious red-light district, but it’s not the sleazy spot you might imagine it to be. It’s definitely not for a family crowd, but if you’re on a budget, there are some excellent options for stays, bars and restaurants, making it all quite an affair to remember.