Explore one of Sydney's oldest neighbourhoods, a quieter location on the rim of Sydney's busy heart. Potts Point is a magical mix of elegant art deco architecture, late Victorian terraces and heritage mansions. It has a village-feel with its leafy streets. There are small laneways and hidden staircases that surprise as they unveil panoramic views of Sydney's harbour and skyline.
This Sydney hotel is just one train stop from Martin Place and close to Sydney's flagship art galleries & museums, so whether you love to shop, browse or dine out, Holiday Inn Sydney Potts Point is your perfect base.
Let our friendly, genuine staff help create the moments that make your stay enjoyable and memorable. Kids 12 & under stay & eat free of charge at Holiday Inn Sydney Potts Point and we have spectacular harbour views.
The location of this hotel is the best. It is convenient to the Metro, which allows you to get around quickly. The neighborhood the hotel resides in, is perfect for various food and desert options and it has an active bar scene.
We were having a rough time as a family and Potts Point Holiday Inn was the perfect home away from home. It’s views of the city, location to every type, budget and flavour of foods, drinks, corner stores and cafes, parks, the train station is excellent. The hotel services are excellent, with staff who love what they do. No wonder so many airline’s flight crews stay here. Genuine pet friendly and support well-behaved fur babies and their carers. We will be back!
A typical Holiday Inn hotel with lovely staff and views of Sydney. A short distance from CBD, the location has plenty of restaurants and bars. Good sized room, comfortable bed and great ensuite with good shower pressure. Breakfast had plenty of choice and was of a good quality. Represented good value, would recommend if you want to be away from downtown but within easy access.
Once again, after a long absence due to covid, the Holiday Inn Potts Point delivers. A very comfortable stay with a great view in a very cool location, topped off by wonderful customer service. Well done!
Whilst it’s quite central to get to many places (literally walk out the front door turn left and you’re at the tube station) This hotel doesn’t have a pool a big downside. Dining is a bit lacklustre, breakfast is the same old boring stuff and at $30 per head over priced. Do yourself a favour go out and find some little patisserie like we did and enjoy a loved fresh crepe or croissant with beautiful hot chocolate or coffee. On our first day there we had to report finding a used syringe outside the front door at the bins to reception, to be fair they must have cleared it quickly as it wasn’t there when we returned later that day. You go round the corner onto Darlinghurst Road and you’ve hit the “red light” area which gets quite lively at night and not suitable for children, there are also a lot of homeless people on this road which can be a little bit intimidating if you’re not used to it, we had no issues but it’s just to let folk know that after dark it’s a different type of area. The hotel rooms themselves are clean but could do with a little bit of updating here and there. All in all it’s a nice hotel, well located, a bit pricey but to be expected for Sydney and staff are helpful. Would we stay again probably not but that’s was more the area than the hotel.…
The location of this hotel is perfect for business and leisure. The staff are polite and attentive. The rooms are clear and the restaurant food is pretty good. The room size is a bit larger than newer hotels and that is a bonus
The room was spacious and clean. Great views from the two large windows in the living room area and the one in the bedroom. Bathroom was also very clean and spacious. However, the furniture in the living room needs to be replaced/refreshed. The lounges looked and felt like they had been found and bought in from the street. Very hard and not comfortable to sit on. Very cheap. Let the suite down. The staff as usual were friendly and efficient. USB ports need to be installed. It is 2023.
Rooms are impeccably clean and my 7th and 8th floor rooms gave spectacular views of the Harbour Bridge and the CBD. Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and the water pressure is excellent. Evelyn at the front desk was friendly and helpful - Very much appreciated. Conveniently located within a 30 minute walk of the CBD and literally on top of Kings Cross station. The hotel is starting to show its age and some of the fixtures and fittings are looking a little tired, but otherwise a great-value hotel.
We are a family of 3 (2 adults and 1 child) and stayed for 3 nights. Very good location. Kings Cross Station is next doors. Close to Botanical Gardens and Harbour. We stayed in a spacious bedroom with two queen beds. Very neat, clean and tidy. Good shower and bathroom facilities. Housekeeping was impeccable. Our stay was very comfortable. There are only two downsides which we faced. Wifi was very weak inside the room. We didn't have time to bring up this issue as we were mostly out during the day. The breakfast menu was the same for the two days we had our breakfast there. The hotel should think of varying the spread every day. Lunch/Dinner Menu was also limited.
This hotel offers splendid views over Sydney including the bridge, opera house and the harbour. Rooms are spacious, clean and quiet. Sirocco bar and restaurant has all you need from drinks and a snack to full meals. Staff are friendly, helpful and obliging. Easy access to Sydney rail, buses and taxis.
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