Our premium location in the heart of Sydney’s centre positions our guests in the perfect accommodation base to explore every corner of this beautiful city. With our Pitt Street property the closest city location to Circular Quay, home to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, we promise our guests with a seamless experience on their travels to Sydney.
A night at the opera is a magical experiences and provides the opportunity to see the Opera House from the inside while night time drinks at Opera Bar guarantees a scenic backdrop of shimmering city lights across Sydney Harbour.
The Rocks is a must visit for those wanting to explore the rich history of Sydney, where the stories of eighteenth-early twentieth century buildings and public spaces still remain.
The Royal Botanic Gardens are only moments away and will be the perfect venue for a sundrenched leisurely stroll. Parading various exhibitions of natural beauty and blooming gardens, the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney is the perfect place for peace and relaxation.
Wind your way down towards the popular lookout of Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair and capture the perfect postcard shot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.
Commuting around Sydney and beyond is made simple with our strategic positioning only around the corner from Town Hall Station, where you can be whisked away to Sydney’s north shore, explore some trendy suburbs or venture to scenic surrounds.
For a quick coffee fix, head down to Café Tramezinni, directly beneath the hotel or cross the road to Doppio Espresso.
Sydney fosters a vibrant, diverse and inclusive community and feature a multitude of cuisines right in the heart of its city. Taste authentic Mexican food at Mejico only moments down Pitt Street, dine at Jamie Oliver’s Italian, experience a casual, family friendly atmosphere at Mammas Pizza and Pasta Bar, or dine at one of Australia’s historic restaurants, Pancakes on the Rocks.
The Rocks Friday Foodie Market is held every week and features ample stalls and samples to fill all bellies while Darling Quarter and Darling Harbour comprise of a list of delicious fine dining eateries with an abundance of entertainment options right on the water.
Taste some of the best Chinese food outside of Asia at downtown Sydney’s Chinatown. Offering some of the best restaurants, Dixon Street includes plenty of cheap yet tasty eateries such as the Malaysian influenced Mamak.
Wander down the cobblestone laneways and discover the variety of vintage and artisan stalls of the Rocks Markets, open every weekend. Buy fashion items, original artworks and hand crafted jewellery to bring back as the perfect gift or treat yourself to the bustling vibe of an open-air vintage market.
Stroll down the block to reach Pitt Street Mall and the upscale shopping centre, Westfield Sydney, which is home to a wide range of luxury, specialty stores or venture through the vintage boutique stores of Queen Victoria Building.