Sydney's Central Business District is home to malls and historic shopping arcades including specialty stores, boutiques and retail precincts as well as a number of dining and entertainment venues. Conveniently located within walking distance of most amenities and attractions, Sydney's CBD accommodation offers stylish modern rooms and facilities contrasted against the old architecture of the laneways and streets.
One of Sydney's best waterfront destinations, Darling Harbour offers an exciting newly developed shopping, dining and entertainment precinct on Cockle Bay. Close to major attractions such as the Aquarium and Powerhouse Museum, Darling Harbour accommodation offers picturesque views and is easily accessed via monorail, light rail or ferry.
Home to some of Sydney's most famous beaches, Bondi offers relaxing beachfront accommodation with a luxurious range of amenities. Offering deluxe suite accommodation, Bondi resorts also boast a fantastic range of onsite facilities such as rooftop swimming pools, Jacuzzis, day spas, shopping arcades, onsite dining options and more.
Potts Point is one of Sydney’s oldest and most iconic suburbs. It is lined with leafy streets and the most beautiful historic architecture. It may be a small suburb but Potts Point is the thermometer of up-and-coming Sydney style, boasting an array of bars, cafes and restaurants. Popular for its Kings Cross nightlife this vibrant Sydney area attracts a myriad of visitors from far and wide. Potts Point is within easy walking distance of Sydney’s iconic tourist attractions including Circular Quay, The Opera House and the Botanic Gardens.
Located 10km to the south of the CBD, Sydney Airport is Australia's busiest airport and offers a number of convenient accommodation options close by. Catering for business travellers, short stop overs and holidaymakers after easy access to the airport, the accommodation is serviced by buses, shuttles, airport express services and of course, taxis.
Just across the famous Harbour Bridge opposite the city, North Sydney offers modern accommodation surrounded by bars, cafes, restaurants, pubs and nightclubs. Home to few real tourist attractions, the area offers a convenient location close to the city and surrounding areas and is easily accessed via ferry, bus or train.
Stretching from Hyde Park all the way to Williams Street in Kings Cross, Darlinghurst offers a range of accommodation options surrounded by an exciting range of bars, cafes, restaurants and nightlife. Renowned as the home of the famous Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade, the area offers little in terms of tourist attractions but is home to vibrant nightlife and some interesting characters.
Sydney's Eastern Suburbs offer deluxe accommodation on the fringes of the city around the entrance of Sydney Harbour. Just 10 minutes by ferry or water taxi, the unique accommodation options are located in some of Sydney's most illustrious suburbs including Bondi, Double Bay and Rushcutters Bay.
Just 11km from Circular Quay, Manly offers a stunning cosmopolitan beachfront suburb home to a range of accommodation options and one of the best beaches in Sydney. Surrounded by cafes, restaurants and little local shops, the promenade offers a lovely place to relax while the Sydney Harbour National Park enjoys beautiful bushland and stunning harbour views.
Sydney's southern beaches begin at Sydney Harbour and scatter the coastline with a number of beautiful beaches and charming coastal towns. Popular places to relax, most beaches are surrounded by beachfront accommodation, shopping, dining and entertainment options although there is little parking, making access a little more difficult during busy periods.
Renowned as the Sydney Metropolitan Area's geographic centre, Parramatta and Sydney's Western Suburbs are home to a number of 4 to 5 star accommodation options surrounded by a business centre, historical buildings, shopping, dining, entertainment and attractions. A city in its own right, Parramatta is home to Homebush Bay, Sydney Olympic Park and the iconic area of North Ryde.
Sydney's most historically significant area, The Rocks and Circular Quay is also a tourist hub of food and culture offering boutique stores, antiques and collectibles, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. Interspersed throughout the cobblestone streets is juxtaposing combination of modern and colonial style accommodation within walking distance of the ferry interchange.