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The Sydney Central Business District is abuzz with energy. Power brokers run to and from high rise buildings and after-work drink places, high-end shoppers tour venues like the QVB, and fine diners frequent the many celebrity chef restaurants. For a dose of culture, walk to the NSW Art Gallery, or visit the Sydney Museum. To escape the hustle and bustle, reconnect with nature at the Sydney Botanical Gardens or picnic lunch at High Park. No matter your interest, be sure to check the full calendar of events hosted by the city, from the Sydney Festival in January to October’s Good Food Month at Hyde Park.
We were only in Sydney for a short time waiting to catch a night flight but it was definitely on our bucket list to see the opera house and harbour bridge! Sydney put on some beautiful weather for us. Parking was simple to find but not cheap ($30 for the day). Beautiful greenery on the street walking down to the...
The Baxter Inn is always busy and has an amazing atmosphere, they have one of the biggest whisk(e)y collections in Sydney which look amazing, they also have little ladders to help them bring top shelf bottles down which looks pretty cool.
Old Fashioned on tap? Yes please!
"A Revisit to my Favourite restaurant in Australia"
reviewed 3 days ago by Gryphon123
After 6 years since our last visit to this wonderful food paradise, I was excited to see how the standards were: still excellent is my opinion. The seafood was fresh and the meat was tender and flavorful. The signature confit of ocean trout was still as delicious.
Surprisingly the desserts were also very good. Definitely Worth a visit.
The staff made us comfortable and the food was superb. A great night and the open kitchens with us able to see the food being prepared was an added positive on the night. I highly recommend a visit to this restaurant.
Went here for a quick dinner before seeing Carl Barron at the state theatre
Service was outstanding- we tried the Shanghai dumplings and the man told us how to eat them ... amazing!!
We were in and out within 30 mins ... outstanding!! Will be back for the service and dumplings alone!!
Staff super helpful
Over the top freebies awesome
Extra special birthday gifts & treats such a great surprise
Wish I stayed longer than 2 nights
Will stay again for sure!
Meriton Suites was a perfect destination for a weekend visit to Sydney. The Suites are spacious, comfortable and have everything we needed for our stay. Close to all of the essentials, good food, public transport, shopping, etc
"Wonderful hotel in great location, great rooms and beds."
reviewed 3 days ago by Nigel H
On arrival were offered upgrade to business lounge and rooms. Well worth the additional expense and all the staff in the lounge were superb. All engaged with customers and delivered great customer service. The hotel is extremely well placed for Circular Quay and The Rocks. Would certainly be at the top of the list for our next visit.
Our stay at Primus Hotel was exceptional. Of the 3 hotels we stayed at during our trip to Sydney and area, this was by far the nicest. The hotel is lovely, smells nice, and makes you feel like you can escape "home" from the hustle and bustle while in the middle of the city. The pool was neat and the...
Return after a 1 year absence & it would be my 10th stay & I have to say QT Sydney still has 'got it'. Staff all friendly, rooms very well maintained and its use of quirky decor has not dated. Enjoy a room on the 7th floor with a ton of light facing Market St - all rooms and their...