Hotels in Sydney provide unforgettable glimpses upon a destination nicknamed “The Harbour City”. Known for its iconic opera house, harbor, bridges, beaches, yachts, restaurants, museums, parks, historic buildings and shipwrecks, Sydney is the most traveled city in Oceania. From Sydney CBD’s chic city life to Bondi Beach’s renowned curling waves to Budderoo National Park’s breathtaking rainforest hiking trails and superb nearby beaches, Sydney has something for everyone. When traveling to Sydney, keep in mind that cars travel in the left lane, that tipping is not customary, that arguably the best form of public transportation is by ferry and that generally-speaking, Aussies tend to swear a lot. Sydney’s currency is the Australian Dollar and the legal drinking age is 18 years. Big events include Sydney Festival, Vivid Sydney, Sydney Film Festival, Australian Fashion Week, Royal Easter Show, Festival X Sydney, ULTRA Australia, Touch Bass Sydney Festival, Electric Gardens Festival, Return To Rio, Lost Paradise Festival, Sydney Folk Festival and Sydney Fringe Festival. Sydney’s professional football club is Sydney FC. Other popular sports are horse racing, cricket and rugby. Indeed, hotels in Sydney are some of the best in all of Oceania. Before we get to hotels in Sydney, let’s take a look at some more background information on the area to help you along the way.
Unearthed stone tools suggest that the Sydney area has been inhabited for 50,000 years, making it a prized archaeological site. The area’s first human inhabitants were indigenous Australians, who migrated from southeast Asia originally. Europeans, led by Lieutenant James Cook, made first contact with Australian natives circa April 29, 1770. The area’s first European settlement came by way of the First Fleet, which consisted of 11 ships carrying roughly 850 convicts into Botany Bay on January 18, 1788. Captain Phillip, finding the area near Botany Bay to be lacking in soil quality and freshwater, travelled a short distance north into Sydney Cove on January 26, 1788. Captain Phillip described the area that would become Sydney Harbour as being the finest harbor in the world. Sydney’s official proclamation and naming of the colony occurred on February 7, 1788. Convict punishment was enforced through transportation rather than incarceration. No prison buildings were constructed. Instead, the majority of the 3,565 male and 766 female convicts were set to hard labor, tasked with helping to build the settlement. Overall hardships came by way of near starvation and low supplies. In 1789, a smallpox epidemic killed half of the native population. It wasn’t until the gold rush of 1851 that Sydney started to turn a corner, leading to the Alpha+ metropolis of the present.
The state capital of New South Wales, Sydney has a population of over 5.2 million people, making it the most populated city in Australia as well as Oceania. Situated on Australia’s east coast, Sydney is bordered by Hawkesbury to the north, the Royal National Park to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Blue Mountains to the west. Today, millions of tourists visit Sydney each year. Average high temperatures range in the 70s degrees Fahrenheit for 3/4 of the year, making it a popular beach, festival and fashion destination. Major points of interest include Sydney Opera House, Stadium Australia, Sydney Harbour, University of Sydney, Sydney Tower, State Theatre, Australian Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Queen Victoria Building and Anzac War Memorial. Popular foods include Black Star Pastry‘s strawberry watermelon cake, fish and chips, meat pies and barbecued seafood, while red wine is the most consumed alcoholic beverage. Equipped with a little background information on the area, we’re ready for hotels in Sydney that would make Captain Phillip proud!
The Langham Sydney
89-119 Kent Street
The Langham Sydney boasts panoramic city or bay views, a day spa, a tennis court, a hot tub, a sauna, stylish décor, mahogany furniture, lavish marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, a swimming pool, a well-equipped fitness center, a bar and a restaurant. Near here are Observatory Bar, Taste on the Rocks (seafood restaurant), Fish at the Rocks (seafood restaurant), Abraham Mott Hall (event venue), Tago-an (Japanese restaurant), Millers Point Farmers Market (farmers’ market), Stargazer Lawn (park), The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve (event venue), Munn’s Slipway (historical landmark), Nawi Cove (park), Dukes Pier Barangaroo (tourist attraction), Nia & Rose (lingerie store), Casa Del Vino (Italian restaurant), Observatory Hill Park (park), Bridge Stairs (historical landmark), Australian Hotel (pub), Harts Pub (pub), Banksia Bakehouse (bakery), S. H. Ervin Gallery (art gallery), WingHAÜS Barangaroo (restaurant), The Meat & Wine Co Barangaroo (steak house), The Butcher’s Block (restaurant), Cirrus Dining (seafood restaurant), Waterman’s Cove (park) and more.
Sydney Observatory and Lend Lease Group Head Office are 0.1 miles, Roslyn Packer Theatre is 0.2 miles, ICBC Australia, Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney Visitor Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, Origin Energy Head Office and Cadmans Cottage are 0.3 miles, Circular Quay is 0.4 miles, Hyde Park Barracks Museum and Australian National Maritime Museum are 0.6 miles, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge is 0.7 miles, The Royal Botanic Gardens are 0.8 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales is 0.9 miles, Bicentennial Park is 7.3 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 5.4 miles from this hotel.
Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $745
Cost per person (three people): $248
Meriton Suites World Tower
95 Liverpool Street
Downing Centre Sydney
Meriton Suites World Tower features floor-to-center windows with panoramic views, a heated indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi, air conditioning, laundry facilities, flat-screen TVs and spa baths. Close to this tower you’ll find Moe & Co. (hair salon), CoCo (bubble tea store), Kobe Wagyu, Sparrow’s Mill (Korean restaurant), Salon Riah (hair salon), Cafe Marocchino, Yang San Park (Korean barbecue), Enjoy Mie (Indonesian restaurant), Red Bottle (liquor store), China Town Noodle King, Blu Creativity (hair salon), REVO Hair, Award Kitchen, Mappen (Japanese restaurant), Diethnes Greek Restaurant, Mission Escape (escape room), The Wilmot (restaurant), Latin Motion (dance school), Hero Sushi, Old Garden Kaffee (cafe), Per Kilo Latino Restaurant, Zhang Chef (Korean restaurant), Everyday SoPoong (Korean restaurant), Singlebean Espresso & Malaysian Curry House, CityFitness (fitness center), Pishon Patisserie on Pitt (patisserie), Coffee Pitt (cafe), The Momos Hub Townhall (Napalese restaurant), Nameless Bar (hamburger restaurant), Jang Ta Bal (Korean barbecue restaurant), Annantra Thai Massage, The Wine Doctor (winery), Crossover Dance Studios (dance studio), No Fail (bubble tea store) and more.
From here you’ll find World Square Shopping Centre, Downing Centre Sydney 0.1 miles, Museum Station, Town Hall Station, Capitol Theatre, Sydney Town Hall and Chinese Friendship Garden 0.2 miles, Paddy’s Markets, Citigroup Centre and The Galeries 0.3 miles, Australian National Maritime Museum 0.7 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales 0.8 miles, Hyde Park Barracks Museum and The Royal Botanic Gardens 1 mile, Sydney Opera House 1.4 miles, Bicentennial Park 7.6 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport 4.4 miles.
Approximate cost per night (icon penthouse): $918
Cost per person (six people): $153
The Darling at The Star
80 Pyrmont Street
Sydney Lyric Theatre
With a casino, a day spa, 20 bars and restaurants, modern rooms, city views, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, mini-bars, safety deposit boxes, air conditioning, luxurious bathrobes, Egyptian cotton sheets, a Turkish bath, a scented outdoor pool, a pool bar, a 24-hour reception and valet parking, The Darling at The Star is close to Gelato Messina The Star (ice cream shop), Sokyo (Japanese restaurant), The Darling Spa (day spa), Antidote (cafe), Sydney Lyric (theater company), Flying Fish (seafood restaurant), Sydney Lyric Theatre (performing arts theater), Bar Tikram (bar), BLACK Bar & Grill (steak house), G&Tea (cafe), B.PRIVÉ Lingerie (clothing store),
You may find The Star Sydney and Sydney Lyric Theatre 0.1 miles, Australian National Maritime Museum, Pyrmont Bridge, Harbourside Shopping Centre, Sydney Fish Markets and Jones Bay Marina 0.3 miles, Cockle Bay, Madame Tussaud’s Sydney and King Street Wharf Entertainment District 0.4 miles, Circular Quay and Hyde Park Barracks Museum 1.1 miles, Sydney Opera House 1.4 miles, Athol Beach 3.2 miles, ANZ Stadium 7.7 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport 4.7 miles from here.
Approximate cost per night (adored suite): $1,238
Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour
139 Murray Street
Cockle Bay Wharf
Set in a restored heritage building, Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour has free WiFi, a 24-hour fitness center, 9-foot high ceilings, exposed brick walls, restored vintage furniture, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, a restaurant, flexible check-out, 24-hour reception, a tour desk and self-service laundry. Mister Percy (wine bar), Stunning by Lisa (hair salon), Hanlip Dessert (dessert shop), Nodaya Dining Bar (restaurant), Birdy’s (restaurant), Social Brew Cafe, Takumi Cafe & Japanese Cuisine (Japanese restaurant), JUMP! Swim Schools Pyrmont, Alfy’s New & Vintage Toy Shop, Dr Dough (donut shop), Mug Life (cafe), I Love Pizza Pyrmont, Pure Thai Massage and Remedial, Joe’s Café Chino (cafe), Seac Studio (fitness center) and more are within range.
Harbourside Shopping Centre is 0.1 miles, Cockle Bay, Pyrmont Bridge and Sydney TAFE Ultimo College are 0.2 miles, Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney Fish Markets, Sydney Lyric Theatre, Tumbalong Park, Madame Tussaud’s Sydney and The Star Sydney are 0.3 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales is 1.2 miles, Harbour Bridge is 1.7 miles, Strathfield Private Hospital is 5.7 miles, ANZ Stadium is 7.9 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 4.5 miles from this property.
Approximate cost per night (grand suite): $393
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
199 George Street
Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney
Featuring free WiFi, a bar, a restaurant, a 350 square foot fitness center, a sauna, a therapeutic spa, a swimming pool, luxurious rooms, panoramic Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay views, subtle furnishings, LCD TVs, slippers, free Christian Lacroix toiletries, Chinese tea and airport transfers upon request, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney sits near Watches of Switzerland (watch store), Grosvenor Place (business center), Karstens Sydney (conference center), Brew Cafe, Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church, Grain (cocktail bar), Philippe Xavier Hairdressers, Dutch Smuggler Coffee Brewers (cafe), Avenue on George (restaurant), Brooklyn Bridge Deli, North Sandwiches Cafe, Piccolo Me (cafe) and more.
You’ll find CBC Australia within feet, Transport for NSW Head Office and Museum of Contemporary Art 0.1 miles, Origin Energy Head Office, Circular Quay Station, Circular Quay, Sydney Visitor Centre, Cadmans Cottage, AMP Capital Head Office and Australia Square 0.2 miles, Hyde Park Barracks Museum 0.3 miles, The Royal Botanic Gardens and Sydney Opera House are 0.5 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australian National Maritime Museum and Harbour Bridge are 0.7 miles, Strathfield Private Hospital is 6.4 miles, Bicentennial Park is 7.5 miles, Sydney Showground is 8 miles, ANZ Stadium is 8.3 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 5.4 miles from here.
Approximate cost per night (Presidential two-bedroom): $4,633
Cost per person (five people): $926
49 Market Street
State Theatre Sydney
Offering a restaurant, a bar, a cafe, a day spa, designer furnishings, flat-screen TVs, luxurious bedding, sofas, desks, spacious bathrooms and walk-in showers, QT Sydney can be found near Parlour Cucina (Italian restaurant), spaQ Sydney (day spa), MECCA George Street (cosmetics store), Marble Bar (cocktail bar), glass brasserie (modern Australian restaurant), Queen Victoria Building (shopping mall), The Tea Room (tea house), ESQUIRE Bar + Bistro (restaurant), Taking Shape (boutique), Sydney Tower Eye (observation deck), Hyde Park and more.
You’ll find State Theatre within feet, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Tower Eye and SKYWALK, Pitt Street Mall, The Strand Arcade, Westfield Sydney, The Galeries, Citigroup Centre and Doltone House – Hyde Park 0.1 miles, Allianz Office Sydney 0.2 miles, Australian National Maritime Museum 0.5 miles, The Royal Botanic Gardens and Circular Quay 0.7 miles, Lady Martins Beach 2.6 miles, Sirius Cove 2.8 miles, Strathfield Private Hospital 6.3 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport 4.8 miles from this locale.
Approximate cost per night (QT twin room): $283
Cost per person (four people): $70
6 Cowper Wharf Roadway
Ovolo Woolloomooloo offers iPads, unique historic fittings, an indoor pool, a fitness center, free mini-bars, free WiFi, free self-service laundry, ultra-modern furnishings, LCD Smart TVs, luxurious bedding, a multipurpose social area, personalized concierge service, in-room massages, valet laundry, dry cleaning service and daily newspapers. You may find Otto Ristorante (Italian restaurant), China Doll (Chinese restaurant), Finger Wharf (historical landmark), Molo Bar (bar), Alibi Bar & Kitchen (vegan restaurant), Australian Surf Tours (surf school), Bells Hotel (pub), Artspace (arts organization), Slashed Burger (hamburger restaurant), Harry’s Cafe de Wheels (takeout restaurant), L’Expresso House (cafe), Embarkation Park and more.
Woolloomooloo Wharf is 0.1 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales and The Domain are 0.2 miles, Potts Point is 0.3 miles, Kings Cross, Darlinghurst Road, The Royal Botanic Gardens, The Sydney Mint, St Mary’s Cathedral and NSW Parliament House are 0.4 miles, Hyde Park Barracks Museum is 0.6 miles, Circular Quay is 0.8 miles, Sydney Opera House is 0.9 miles, Bicentennial Park is 8.3 miles, Sydney Showground is 8.8 miles, ANZ Stadium is 9.1 miles, Qudos Bank Arena is 9.2 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 5.3 miles from this hotel.
Approximate cost per night (Ultraroo loft): $925
Park Hyatt Sydney
7 Hickson Road
With a heated pool, a spa and wellness center, a fitness center, luxury furnishings and fittings, plush carpets, designer lighting, free WiFi, floor-to-ceiling glass doors, private balconies, modern bathrooms, 24-hour butler service and specially commissioned paintings, Park Hyatt Sydney is near Pylon Lookout (vista point), Dawes Point Reserve (park), Dawes Point Battery (historical place), Prancing Horse Drive Experiences (tourist attraction), The Living Room (restaurant), The Dining Room (modern Australian restaurant), Campbells Cove Jetty (boat rental service), Golden Jet Boat (tour operator), The Tea Cosy (tea house), Sydney Harbour Tall Ships (cruise agency), Campbells Cove Pontoon (boat tour agency), Ocean Extreme (whale watching tour agency), Campbells Cove Lookout (city park), Sydney Opera House and more.
From here Pylon Lookout, The Rocks Markets and Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb are 0.1 miles, Sydney Theatre Company, Overseas Passenger Terminal, Cadmans Cottage and Sydney Visitor Centre are 0.2 miles, Roslyn Packer Theatre, Harbour Bridge, Museum of Contemporary Art and Sydney Opera House are 0.3 miles, Circular Quay is 0.4 miles, Hyde Park Barracks Museum is 0.6 miles, The Royal Botanic Gardens is 0.7 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales is 1 mile, Australian National Maritime Museum is 1.1 miles Strathfield Private Hospital is 6.5 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 5.8 miles.
Approximate cost per night (Quay suite): $2,141
Cost per person (three people): $714
Spicers Potts Point
122 Victoria Street
Kings Cross Sydney
Set in an 1880 Victorian house, Spicers Potts Point provides a bar, a garden courtyard, a small meeting room and a textured laneway outlook. The Butler (restaurant), Thai Power (Thai restaurant), Chester White Cured Diner (restaurant), Tuyo Potts Point (cafe), Melted Monster (cafe), P.E. Department (gym), KX Pilates Potts Point (pilates studio), Brooklyn Crispy (pizza restaurant), Small’s Deli (sandwich shop), Hustle Boxing (boxing gym), Lola Tapas Bar Potts Point (restaurant), Chaco Bar (Yakitori restaurant), Fancy Lash (beauty salon), Our Place Salon (hair salon), Jangling Jack’s (bar), Cafe holm (cafe), Ms.G’s (Asian fusion restaurant), Bang Tang Potts Point (restaurant), Sasuke Hair Studio (hair salon), Melo’s Italian (restaurant), Gypsy Espresso (coffee shop) and more are within range.
Kings Cross Sydney is 0.1 miles, Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross and Potts Point are 0.2 miles, Woolloomooloo Wharf and Griffin Theatre Company are 0.3 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales and The Domain are 0.4 miles, Crown St, Surry Hills and Australian Museum of Magical Arts are 0.5 miles, St Mary’s Cathedral is 0.6 miles, The Royal Botanic Gardens is 0.7 miles, Sydney Opera House is 1.1 miles, Lady Martins Beach is 1.8 miles, Rose Bay Beach is 2.5 miles, Milk Beach is 2.7 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 5.2 miles from this accommodation.
Approximate cost per night (Victoria terrace suite): $434
The Woolstore 1888 by Ovolo
139 Murray Street, Pyrmont
Housed in a restored heritage building, The Woolstore 1888 by Ovolo provides free WiFi, a 24-hour fitness center, 9 foot high ceilings, exposed brick walls, restored vintage furniture, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, free snacks, a restaurant, flexible check-out, 24-hour reception, a tour desk and self-service laundry. Mister Percy (wine bar), Champagne Bar (bar), Yolo & Co Pyrmont (cafe), I Love Pizza Pyrmont (pizza delivery), Mug Life (cafe), Social Brew Cafe, Snap Fitness Pyrmont, Takumi Cafe & Japanese Cuisine Pyrmont (Japanese restaurant), Quarryman’s (pub), Pioik Bakery Pyrmont (bakery), Birdy’s (restaurant), Nodaya Dining Bar (restaurant), Organic Hair Culture Pyrmont (hairdresser), 1877 Wine Bar & Espresso (cafe), The Little Snail (French restaurant), Betty’s Burgers (hamburger restaurant), Darling Harbour (harbor), ICC Sydney (convention center) and more are within range.
From here Harbourside Shopping Centre is 0.1 miles, Cockle Bay, Pyrmont Bridge and Sydney TAFE Ultimo College are 0.2 miles, Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney Fish Markets, Sydney Lyric Theatre, Tumbalong Park, Madame Tussaud’s Sydney and The Star Sydney are 0.3 miles, Hyde Park Barracks Museum and Circular Quay are 1.1 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales is 1.2 miles, The Royal Botanic Gardens is 1.3 miles, Sydney Opera House is 1.5 miles, ANZ Stadium is 7.9. miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 4.5 miles.
Approximate cost per night: $210
Olympic Park Penthouse
Bennelong Parkway Wentworth 2127
Sydney Olympic Park
Olympic Park Penthouse has 2 bedrooms, barbecue facilities, free WiFi, a washing machine, an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a kitchen with a mini-bar, a wellness area with a hot tub and sauna, a children’s playground and a terrace. Shipwreck Lookout (historical landmark), SS Ayrfield (scenic spot), SS Mortlake Bank Shipwreck (scenic spot), Plus Life Clinic (beauty salon), Active Health Massage Therapies (massage therapist), Iluka on Baywater (cafe), Browtique Sydney (beauty salon), Sydney Olympic Park Archery Centre, Bird Hide (bird watching area), Bay Marker (park), Sydney BMX Club and more are in the area.
This penthouse is 0.7 miles from Samsung Electronics Australia, 0.8 miles from Skoda Stadium, 0.9 miles from Sydney Showground, 1 mile from Qudos Bank Arena, 1.1 miles from Bicentennial Park, 1.2 miles from ANZ Stadium, 1.3 miles from Sydney Olympic Park, 3 miles from Strathfield Private Hospital, 4.6 miles from Bankwest Stadium, 8.2 miles from Sydney Opera House, 12.2 miles from Bondi Beach and 8.9 miles from Kingsford Smith Airport.
Approximate cost per night: $297
Cost per person (four people): $74
Bondi Beach Penthouse
89 Bondi Road 10, Bondi
Featuring a terrace, free WiFi, a washing machine, a balcony, air conditioning and a fully-equipped kitchen, Bondi Beach Penthouse is near François Artisan Baker (bakery), V HAIR SALON BONDI (hairdresser), Nimbus & Co. (sauna), 3 Steps Cafe. (cafe), Bean Tree Cafe (cafe), Varda Spa Bondi (Thai spa therapist), AGOGA (gym), Bennett St Dairy (cafe), Pagewood Kitchen (Chinese restaurant), Masonic Halls & Centres (hall), Surf Culture (surf shop), Meidy’s Cafe (cafe), Russkis Deli (deli), Dive Centre Bondi (dive shop), The Upbeat (fitness center), Bondi Cosmo Restaurant (Hungarian restaurant), Chicken and Grill (chicken shop), Fruitologist Bondi (gourmet grocery store), Somethin’ Sweet (dessert restaurant), Waverley Oval (cricket ground), Waverley Synthetic Field (soccer field), Krinsky’s (kosher grocery store), AToPe Dance & Fitness (dance hall), Cafe Brazil (Brazilian restaurant), Up South Bondi (cafe), Bondi Road Seafoods (seafood restaurant), Totti’s (Italian restaurant), Bondi Icebergs CLUB (bistro), Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk (tourist attraction), Mojo’s Tapas Bar (tapas bar), Bondi Trattoria (Italian restaurant), Bondi Beach and Bronte Beach are in the vicinity.
Westfield Bondi Junction is 0.6 miles, Tamarama Beach is 0.7 miles, Bondi Icebergs and Bronte Beach are 0.8 miles, Bondi Beach is 0.9 miles, The Royal Sydney Golf Club is 1.2 miles, Bondi Golf Course is 1.4 miles, Centennial Park is 1.5 miles, Rose Bay Marina is 1.6 miles, Art Gallery of New South Wales is 3.1 miles, Sydney Opera House is 3.7 miles, Bicentennial Park is 11 miles and Kingsford Smith Airport is 5.8 miles from this penthouse.
Approximate cost per night: $222
Cost per person (three people): $74
So there you have them, hotels in Sydney that will help make for an amazing trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Australia!
37 Replies to “Hotels in Sydney”
The view from Bondl road is simply breathtaking, with a distant view of the beach plus even the surrounding scenery would make me want to sit on that deck all day and just view the beauty surrounding the place. And with a Golf Club and marina nearby, you simply can’t beat this location. It’s the perfect vacation housing out there in Sydney from what I’ve researched.
Thank you Todd! Bondi Beach Penthouse really is a great view and is so close to the beach and other attractions such as Bondi Golf Course. It’s nice to see you back again and happy travels.
Thanks for your researched work for this job. And for our information. In fact, the hotels are beautiful, so you do not know which one to choose. And it offers kind of services. I would choose Bondi Beach Penthouse for a trip. But you said they were Sydney hotels and this hotel was written in New York. What is it like?
Hi Carmen, Bondi Beach Penthouse, as well as all of these penthouses, are located in Sydney, Australia. Hope that helps and please advise if you have any further questions.
Wow, the Meriton Suites in Carter Street certainly look impressive and I love that the have the indoor swimming pool, gym as well as WiFi. It also has easy access to the airport which is great. Having a Tennis World close by is also a major plus for me.
If I ever get to go to see Sydney these places would be a real treat to stay in, but I am sure they are very expensive if a group of friends got together it would be a great idea to rent something like this as a group
Thank you Michel! Glad you like Meriton Carter Street and that you found nearby interests. It really is a top-notch penthouse hotel.
The 10/266 Bondi Beach Penthouse looks warm and homely, plus being near the beach is an experience on its own. To wake up with the sound of beach waves crashing, I would choose this over any fancy hotel. It would definitely feel like a real vacation away from the busy city life. How far is the liqueur store from the penthouse though?
Hi Riaz, thank you for pointing a favorite in Bondi Beach Penthouse. Kemeneys Food & Liquor is 180 meters away, or about a 2 minute walk.
These sure are some great penthouses if only I had more money I could stay in some of these flash places.
The beauty of penthouses are they are always at the top of the hotel, resort etc and the views are generally amazing!
These particular penthouses are in Australia and I’m sure they range in the $500 dollar mark which is crazy for a one night stay.
I have stayed in a few penthouses over the years and they sure do make you feel like a celebrity or a millionaire for a few days.
Thanks for sharing these amazing places in Sydney, I will have to visit. Cheers.
Thank you Kris. Please stay tuned for pricing!
This is such a great post! We’re planning on hopefully moving to Aus to work eventually, so this list will come in handy for sure. You’ve written in such great detail and your photos are amazing – you’re making me want to go there right now waaahh
95 Liverpool Street definitely looks perfect for what we would want too – a perfect place to relax but also work on our laptops!
Kelly thank you so much for the kind comments! Meriton Suites World Tower at 95 Liverpool Street has some fantastic penthouse and suite options and so glad you found them to your liking, happy travels and best luck with your move 🙂
Thank you for listing the best penthouse rentals in Sydney. I will going there around the beginning of the next year, so I can prepare to book them in advance. I’m considering between Bay Street and Merlton Suites. Bay Street has nicer view (for me), but around Merlton there are many Asian restaurants, and I love to eat there. I will tell my colleagues before choosing. Thanks.
Thank you so much Alblue! Your consideration and telling colleagues is much appreciated.
Awesome post. All pictures look so great. Sydney has always been the top tourist spot of any traveler. Pitts road is among my best among this list of best spots.
I’ve already been following your website over a period of month by now. And, I’ve noted some wonderful spots in my journal, now I’m glad to add Sydney along with those.
Thanks a lot for sharing this amazing post. Surely, I look forward to more of such. 👍
Thank you so much Akshay and welcome back! Meriton Suites Pitt Street is a fine choice and much appreciation for noting in your journal 🙂
All the penthouse you recommend looks classy and elegant with its modern interiors. Renting one for a vacation will be cost efficient if shared with friends or family members. The experience is like home away from home since tourists can also cook or even make delicious cocktails for themselves. It sure looks like a unique experience than booking for anhotel with so much restrictions. Thanks for showing all these beautiful penthouse. I like Meriton suites both in Kent and Pitt street. Have a nice day to you!
Thank you very much MissusB! Meriton Suites Kent Street and Meriton Suites Pitt Street are both fine choices. Have a nice day as well and thanks for stopping by 🙂
Beautiful penthouses! All of them have a very incredible view.
I think this is the best way to admire Sydney’s architecture.
But Sydney is also one of the most expensive cities in the world, I wonder how much it will cost for a night? Do they offer any special packages for the weekend?
Thank you very much Adyns! This is a great way to admire Sydney’s architecture for sure. Please stay tuned for pricing.
Great post! I love reading about places to stay in other countries. Meriton Suites World Tower, look at that view! Wow! If I had my choice I would stay at the Meriton Suites Pitt Street or Bondi Beach Penthouse. I like the classy look of Meriton and I like how Bondi is close to the beach. Keep them coming!
Thank you Brian! Glad you found two to your liking in Meriton Suites Pitt Street or Bondi Beach Penthouse.
I found your post so interesting. I wanted to go Sydney Australia with my husband in our summer vacation. But we were facing very much problems for took decision that where wii we can stay. But now your post help me a lot and able to remove my confusion. You attached very clear information about the penthouses of Sydney Australia. I like most Bondi Beach Penthouse. Because it situated at the side of the beach. Can I advance book it?
Thanks a lot dear. I will share your informative and helpful post to others.
Snigdha thank you for the comments 🙂 You can book in advance if you’d like. This will keep the cost as low as possible. Nice to see you again!
Awesome penthouses! All the pictures look so great. Sydney has always been the top tourist spot of any traveler. All of them have a very incredible view. I think this is the best way to admire Sydney’s architecture. It sure looks like a unique experience than booking for a hotel with so many restrictions. But Sydney is also one of the most expensive cities in the world, I wonder how much it will cost for a night?
I like Meriton suites both in Kent and Pitt street. Have a nice day to you!
Thank you very much nasrin! Please stay tuned for pricing.
Thanks for sharing these findings!
Number one Carter Street sounds like it may be ideal for what I’m looking for. There are three of us travelling over to Sydney next year for a mates wedding/ lads reunion. I’m massively in to the gym and swimming and will need to be able to do some work while there so accessible WIFI is highly important. It sounds like it is smack in the middle of everything as well, which is ideal as none of us have visited Sydney before. I like the fact it has room service/ concierge, it will come in handy as it’s all of our first times, I’ll be sending this over to the others for them to check this out.
Hi Nate and thank you for stopping by! These hotels will have top-notch WiFi accommodations, so you shouldn’t have to worry about that.
Wow! These places are seriously beautiful!
I think I’d like a room in the one you show on your first post — the Meriton Suites Carter Street one. The view looks stupendous.
I looked for prices, and found only the ones on your other article on penthouses by city. Are these comparable in price? It is reasonable if a small group of adults travel together and split the rent, and what a gorgeous place to stay!
I have friends who like to book such places. We did a trip together to the Southwestern United States, and stayed in penthouses. Perhaps they would like to go to Australia. Now, that would be really fun!
(You can delete this remark; just wanted to tell you. In your titles, you use an “l” instead of an “i” in Meriton and Suites. Thought you might want to change those.)
Thanks for your careful research and a wonderful look at Australian penthouses. I am impressed!
Fran thank you so much they are beautiful! Please stay tuned for pricing.
Thanks for sharing the best hotels in “Sidney Australia”, and nice views which get me excited to visit someday. I’ve always wanted to visit Australia and this gives me an update that Sidney has the best hotels. I love the awesome amenities.
How many miles is Sidney Australia from the United States? How long would it take to get there by air?
Hi Letha. Flight from USA to Australia will take you about 19 hours, so a longer stay with a larger group of people might be advisable if you have the time. Great questions and thanks for stopping by!
Previously I commented on your Melbourne post. As I shared in that post – my wife and I are in our seventies plus period of our lives. While COVID-19 has put a halt on overseas travel, we feel that this will eventually pass. Now is the time to plan for future trips. Really like what you wrote about Melbourne and Sydney sounds also great. Not sure about the beaches, the historic Sydney Opera House would be a must for a trip that we are planning, in addition to the Art Galleries and Sea Life Aquarium. What really jumps out is how the Hotel room pricing really varies, from very expensive to very reasonable. We would at least plan to stay and tour for a couple of days. What is the availability of public transportation to get around?
Steve it’s nice to see you again! Sydney Opera House is one of those bucket list places. You can’t go wrong with places like Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales or Sea Life Sydney Aquarium either. Regarding public transport, the options are extensive and operate pretty much around the clock by way of Metro train, bus or ferry. You can find a link to Sydney’s public transportation website here.
I didn’t know how many tourists visit Sydney each year. But researching a bit about it has really surprised me. Do you know how many tourists visited Sydney in 2019 (before COVID-19)? A total of 16.1 million tourists visited Sydney from July 2018 to June 2019. This total encompassed 4.1 million international visitors and 12 million domestic overnight tourists.
Thanks for the info Ann. That’s a lot of tourists!
Wow! went through this article several times , hoping that I will be able to choose one but its a hard choice to make. All I know that the beautiful breathtaking pictures made it very clear that I am due for a holiday. I might not be able to come Austrilia now but whenever I find myself there , I will be having a clue of what to look out for. Thank you