The Best Hotels in Sydney

The Best Hotels in Sydney

The Best Hotels in Sydney

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Park Hyatt Sydney

As you would expect the Park Hyatt in Sydney is a five-star hotel with few faults. The location is superb with fantastic views of the Opera House, especially from the rooftop pool.

The exterior of the hotel displays an opulence that is mirrored in the interior, even some of the marble bathrooms have heated loos.

The restaurant is a joy to dine in and if you happen to be visiting for the first time you must try the tasting menu with accompanying wine.

Primus Hotel

If you wish to stay somewhere original, then an old sewage works could fit the bill. Today this fine old Art Deco building has been transformed into a Sydney masterpiece and is as glamorous address in Sydney that you could possibly find.

All rooms are well appointed in dark tones and decor, and most of the hospitality takes place on the roof, with a superb heated pool, decadent bar and relaxing cabanas.

QT Hotel

This is an ultra modern, chic and very eclectic hotel which is located inside two very historic 1920’s Sydney buildings, namely the Gowing and the State Theatre.

The foyer is quite unique decked out with vintage luggage, cabinets and old TV’s. Each room is fitted with bespoke bedroom furniture and huge king-sized beds, the bathrooms also feature mammoth bathtubs.

The QT boasts an excellent Lounge which is ideal to sip a pre-dinner cocktail or two before dining at Gowings Bar & Grill.

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel

Another sandstone building this time with the unusual trait of the building being triangular, this unique hotel was formerly home to Australia’s oldest newspaper. The Radisson Blu has recently undergone a $12 million upgrade and has spanking new facilities including gym, health club, pool and spa.

The Radisson also has its own brand of gin which they developed with Sydney distillery Archie Rose.

The Langham

Truly a five-star hotel with all the amenities and pampering that one would expect from such an establishment. With services like an afternoon turn-down service, and pillow menu, you know that you are in a classy place.

Every room has either a view of the city or harbour and enormous beds with massive elegant bathrooms.

The general decor of the Langham is like a large English country house, with plenty of sofas and soft furnishings. The bar is panelled in wood and features real log fires and actually serve high teas at the weekend.

If you are looking for somewhere spectacular to stay in Sydney then all of these hotels fit the bill perfectly. Any more info that you need about accommodation or travel in Sydney simply contact Sydney Connections.