From heritage accommodation to international hotel brands, Sydney has around 43,000 rooms to choose from.
Whether you’re after a boutique luxury hotel for a small group, or need a large international hotel, Sydney has a host of accommodation options in and around the city, many of which are located within walking distance of local attractions and the ICC Sydney.
Hotels offering indulgence and proximity in the city centre
Sydney has an abundance of hotels in its city centre, however the new Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour is the only one which offers direct access to and from the ICC Sydney. The 590-room hotel is Darling Harbour’s tallest building and features an exclusive top-floor Executive Lounge, four vibrant bars and an onsite restaurant.
Groups can enjoy unrivalled harbour views from the 509-room InterContinental Sydney. Set within the restored Treasury Building of 1851 and centrally positioned in the heart of Circular Quay, the luxury hotel features panoramic views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The hotel also offers a world-class Club InterContinental lounge and business centre.
Under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and directly opposite the Sydney Opera House, the Park Hyatt Sydney is in prime position to observe Sydney’s iconic landmarks. The hotel features 155 spacious rooms and suites with contemporary interiors and floor-to-ceiling glass doors taking advantage of the sights. Facilities include two onsite restaurants, bar and premium business services.
Resort luxury just outside the city
Located just 45 minutes’ out of the city via a scenic flight – or a three-hour drive – the Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley in the Greater Blue Mountains region is a luxury immersion into the Australian landscape. The resort features 40 private villas set on 7,000 acres (2,800 hectares) of nature, five dining and bar options, business meeting space for up to 90 guests and a range of signature experiences.