Feb 25, 2020 - Feb 26, 2020

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Where to stay in Sydney

Sydney is truly one of the world’s most iconic cities with two landmarks among the most recognized in the world – the harbor-front Sydney Opera House and the famous Sydney Harbor Bridge.

The capital of New South Wales and one of the largest cities in Australia, Sydney also offers visitors the attractions of Darling Harbour and its buzzing waterfront life, the Skywalk that offers a 360-degree perspective of the city, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Bondi Beach and the Rocks.

The Rocks area is wonderful base for any Sydney adventure. A historic area with heritage-listed buildings, galleries, shopping and courtyard cafes, the Rocks is also perfectly placed for access to the waterfront and the ferries, while the Opera House and Sydney Harbor Bridge are just a short stroll away.

Sydney's public transport system features a comprehensive network of train, bus and ferry services with light rail lines, airport links, sightseeing buses and taxi services adding variety to the network. Another great way of getting around is by using the hop-on, hop-off buses that stop near all the major sites with tickets valid for 24 and 48 hours although you can consider renting a car in Sydney if you're planning to explore outside of the city.

Sydney Hotels

1. Park Hyatt Sydney

An opulent five-star hotel right on the water's edge of Sydney Harbor, the Park Hyatt couples spectacular views of the famous sites with luxurious design and quality atmosphere. Guests can also enjoy the rooftop pool and a fully-equipped luxury spa.

2. Travelodge Hotel Sydney Wynyard

A four-star accommodation choice, the hotel is also ideally placed beside all of Sydney's major attractions in the heart of the city with guests staying within easy walking distance of the Opera House, Darling Harbor and a wide variety of theaters, restaurants, shops and bars.

3. Russell Hotel In The Rocks

The Russell is a three-star hotel within walking distance of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Its position in the heart of the Rocks also places it close to train, bus and ferry lines. Like all hotels in the Rocks area, the Russell is around 7 km from Bondi Beach and 10 km from the airport.

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Lana Pintainho
Lana Pintainho

There are more beaches than you could ever have the time to visit. Not to mention great restaurants and multiple surrounding national parks that all well worth a visit.

Bearle Earle
Bearle Earle

Take a ferry to Sydney zoo. See an opera in the world famous opera house. Walk in the park and listen to the bird soundwhuch is so different to the UK. Checkout the harbour and take a boat trip around the bay. Climb the bridge and pay a visit to the other side of the bridge where you'll find cafes and bars.

Yada Yada
Yada Yada

Just another visit to city. Very vibrant, very energetic but lack of positive emotions - which only found at tourist attractions

Rachel Stockman
Rachel Stockman

Definitely something I fell in love with although I do recommend going with or meeting up with friends.


The least expensive month is September, with an average of AED 602 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Sydney is January, with an average price of AED 1,084 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was AED 640 per night. This is 9% less than the average nightly price of AED 699 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Sydney, the expected average temperature in February is 23.1°C/73.6°F. The warmest month is typically January, which averages 26.9°C/80.4°F. The coolest month is July, with temperatures averaging 7.9°C/46.2°F.
The nearest airport to Sydney is Sydney (SYD) (8.35km).

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