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Located in Sydney's China Town area, on the corner of George and Campbell Street (this part of Campbell Street is a one way street). Right next-door is Capitol Theatre where there are often shows and entertainment. Town Hall Station and Central Station are about a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Darling Harbour is about 10 minutes on foot. There are many public bus services available on George Street, which take you to Circular Quay and The Rocks.
Rydges Sydney Central
The hotel is located in Surry Hills, a vibrant inner city village with a reputation for excellent restaurants, pubs and bars. Popular Oxford and Crown Streets are a few minutes walk from the hotel, which is also situated a short distance from Central Station, a major hub for train transport around the city, Olympic Stadium and to regional areas of NSW and interstate. The CBD, including Chinatown, Darling Harbour and the Entertainment Centre, is an easy 10 minute stroll from the hotel.
Cambridge Hotel Sydney
Located half a block from Oxford St and a 5 minute walk to Hyde Park and the CBD. Bus stops are a few minutes away from the hotel entrance and central train station is an easy 10 minute walk. The local area (Surry Hills) is a popular precinct with many good restaurants, shops, pubs and bars.
The best possible location you can ask for! The hotel sits right in the centre of the city at the Harbour Bridge end of York Street, across the road from Wynyard train station and bus terminals. Also close to the Rocks area. In the centre of the city, offering easy access to everything one would ask for when travelling to Sydney.
Parkroyal Sydney Darling Harbour
Situated in the centre of Sydney near Town Hall, city side entrance to Darling Harbour, close to Chinatown, and Cockle Bay wharf and King Street Wharf, the Sydney Entertainment Centre, and walking distance to the Sydney Convention Centre. Theatres and shopping are also nearby.
Larmont Sydney by Lancemore
Located just behind Sydney's iconic "Coke Sign" at the top end of William Street which forms the main intersection between three trendy inner city suburbs - Darlinghurst, Kings Cross and Potts Point. Only a two minute walk to Kings Cross train station or bus stops. 10 min walk in to the CBD. Situated in a popular dining precinct with plenty of nightlife.
ibis Budget Sydney East
Located in Kings Cross area of Sydney, 1km from the heart of Sydney, and 12km from Sydney airport. There are many restaurants, nightclubs and bars in the area. Kings Cross Station is within walking distance, as is a supermarket, fitness centre and St Vincent's Hospital.
Hyatt Regency Sydney
The hotel is located on the city side of Darling Harbour overlooking the water and the Sydney Aquarium. Sydney Opera House and the Rocks are just a short bus ride away. Across from the hotel are Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf area with many great restaurants and bars. There is a direct access to the Sydney Aquarium from the hotel via a walkway.
Four Seasons Sydney
Located at the Circular Quay end of the city, at the entrance to historic Rocks area (full of restaurants and quaint shops). All ferries and Sydney Harbour cruises leave from the Quay. Short walk to the heart of city and shopping. Circular Quay train station is 200 metres away.
Located in the heart of Sydney's downtown CBD. A range of retail shops and movie cinemas are on the same block. Town Hall Station is next door, and opposite you will find Tetsuya's, Sydney's most highly regarded fine dining restaurant. Chinatown, Darling Harbour and Hyde Park are a 5 minute walk from the hotel, and Circular Quay is 10-15min walk, or a 5 min taxi / train ride away.
The hotel is located in the heart of Sydney, convenient access to the Rocks, Darling Harbour, Chinatown, and only 5-minute walk to the Queen Victoria shopping centre. Buses and the train station are only a 2 minute walk.
Best Western Haven Glebe
Located in the inner city suburb of Glebe, which is a 5-minute walk to Sydney University and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). The area is also considered one of Sydney's best dining precincts and is vibrant on weekends when Sydney-siders descend on the local Glebe flea markets. A 5 min drive or 20min walk in to Sydney CBD. Public transport is at your doorstep, allowing easy access to all Sydney's major attractions such as the Opera House, Circular Quay, The Rocks, Darling Harbour, Star City, Chinatown and the Capitol Theatre.
Sydney is the largest city in Australia and the state capital of New South Wales. Sydney is an international centre for commerce, arts, fashion, culture, entertainment, education and tourism.
Sydney has a metropolitan area population of approximately 4.34 million and an area of approximately 12,000 square kilometres. Sydney has a temperate climate with warm summers and cool winters, and rainfall spread throughout the year. Sydney's urban area is in a coastal basin, which is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the East, the Blue Mountains to the West, the Hawkesbury River to the North and the Royal National Park to the South.
Sydney's central business district (CBD) extends southwards for about 3 kilometres from Sydney Cove to the area around Central station. The Sydney CBD is bounded on the east side by a chain of parkland, and the west by Darling Harbour, a tourist and nightlife precinct.
The City of Sydney itself covers a fairly small area comprising the central business district and its neighbouring inner-city suburbs. In addition, regional descriptions are used informally to conveniently describe larger sections of the urban area. These include Eastern Suburbs, Hills District, Inner West, Canterbury-Bankstown, Greater Western Sydney, Northern Beaches, Northern Suburbs, North Shore, St George, Southern Sydney, South-eastern Sydney, South-western Sydney, Sutherland Shire and Western Sydney.