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Located in the heart of The Rocks, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Contemporary Art, The Rocks Markets and Circular Quay. Sydney Observatory ...
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney£125Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney£125
Located in Sydney Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Circular Quay, The Domain and The Rocks Markets. Sydney Opera House ...
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney£105Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney£105
This family-friendly Sydney hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay and The Rocks Markets. ...
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney£136Four Seasons Hotel Sydney£136
Located in the heart of North Sydney, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Luna Park and North Sydney Oval. Sydney Harbour Bridge and Circular Quay are also within ...
North Sydney Harbourview Hotel£75North Sydney Harbourview Hotel£75
Located in Darling Harbour, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Australian National Maritime Museum and Harbourside. International Convention Centre ...
Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Darling Harbour £72Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Darling Harbour £72
Sydney Airport is the main international airport serving Sydney in Australia and the busiest in the country. Located 8 kilometres south of Sydney city centre in the suburb of Mascot, it is also known as Mascot Airport or Kingsford Smith Airport. Sydney Airport has 3 terminals, with Terminal 1 being the international one.
Connection to the city centre is easy – it’s only a 13-minute journey by train, with trains running approximately every 10 minutes. Sydney Buses also operates regular services from Terminals 1 and 3, or you can rent a car in Sydney Airport for your convenience.
Looking for hotels outside of the centre is a very sensible choice, especially if you have early flights to catch or want to take advantage of deals on Sydney hotels near the airport. It can be cheaper than staying in the city centre, where demand for accommodation is higher. Sydney Airport hotels are generally of an excellent standard, with many offering business centres and meeting rooms, gyms and spas or steam rooms. You can opt for 5-star deluxe hotels, mid-range alternatives, book an apart-hotel for a week enjoy the freedom of self-catering, or pick a bed and breakfast for a cosier feel and freshly cooked breakfast every morning.
Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales, is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia; its multicultural population have also made it one of the country’s most breathtakingly diverse, fostering a thriving arts scene and enviable events calendar. This vibrant atmosphere, coupled with the range of affordable hotels in Sydney, make it an ideal choice for sophisticated getaways beneath the Aussie sun.
Sydney’s sandy beaches, such as Bondi and Coogee beaches to the southeast of the city centre and Manly beach further north, attract crowds from across the globe. Hotel Bondi has phenomenal views over Bondi Beach and is ideal for those looking to kick back by the ocean or try their hand at surfing. If you're visiting Coogee Beach, why not opt for a suite at the Coogee Sands Hotel and Apartments?
The Rocks neighbourhood, on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, is located near the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the city’s world-famous opera house. You can hop on a ferry from Sydney Harbour to take photos of the bridge or sign up for a bridge-climb experience for panoramic views of the harbour, the Sydney skyline and the glittering ocean beyond. The sailboat-shaped Opera House, designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, features more than a million tiles on its 4 roof shells. It also has 6 theatre and music venues with outstanding acoustics and tours are available daily.
If you stay in the city centre, the 30-hectare Royal Botanic Gardens will be only a kilometre away. To the south of the gardens is the Hyde Park Barracks Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which was used to house convicts brought to Sydney from the UK, until the British stopped transporting prisoners to Australia in 1840.
To view the cityscape from a different angle, you could choose a Sydney hotel near Darling Harbour, a pedestrian district filled with entertainment opportunities, such as the LG IMAX Theatre Sydney, the Harbourside Shopping Centre and the Australian National Maritime Museum. This area also boasts many child-friendly attractions and a multitude of cafés and restaurants. The Maritime Museum’s exhibits include 14 different ships docked in Darling Harbour, which visitors can board and explore.
In the City West area of Sydney, you can explore the Sydney Fish Market and the Powerhouse Museum, a cultural venue with a twist, encompassing computer and space technology, steam engines as well as fashion, furniture and decorative arts. City East is known for its busy nightlife, trendy cafés and, during the day, its world-class fashion shopping. For cheaper hotels and shopping, and the opportunity to sample mouth-watering Chinese cuisine in Chinatown, you could try City South.
Hotels near Sydney Airport are perfect for visitors planning a 2-city getaway, so why not head west for a safari adventure, made easy by cosy Cape Town holiday rentals, or for a shop-‘til-you-trip getaway in sun-drenched Bangkok?
The area offers an abundance of golf clubs and many welcome non-member guests. Eastlake Golf Club, for instance, is an 18-hole course with views of the city skyline.
Maroubra Beach is less than 8 kilometres from the airport and offers a variety of activities: surfing conditions are ideal, land lovers can get their skates on at the park at the southern end of the beach, and keen photographers can join the many pros who come here for photo ops.
The southern Sydney suburb of Brighton-Le-Sands, also known as Brighton Beach or simply Brighton, is on the western shore of Botany Bay and is popular for its lively nightlife. The area is dubbed ’Little Greece by the Bay’ because of its many Greek cafés, restaurants and businesses.
If you’re after a spot of retail therapy, a 4 kilometre drive from the airport brings you to Westfield Eastgardens, which was the largest shopping centre in Australia when it opened in 1987. A convenient bus service is also available.
For comfortable temperatures and smaller crowds, you should aim to visit Sydney between September and November or March and May, avoiding peak-season summer and low-season winter. Airfares should also be cheaper during those months.