Sydney, Australia Vacation RentalsWith the incredible sweeping views of the Sydney Harbour and the city skyline it is easy to see why Star City casino Sydney is considered the heart of Sydney's 24 hour entertainment precinct. With a very short walking distance to Sydney's CBD, the heart of Chinatown, Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife Park and located eight kilometres from Sydney airport, the POSH HOTEL is the perfect place to stay to discover Sydney.
From the buzzing cafés, bars and clubs in and around Oxford Street and Kings Cross, the established red-light district, to the more upmarket bars and harbour-front terraces around The Rocks and King Street Wharf, be prepared for Sydney's exciting nocturnal events.
Whether you're catching the perfect wave at Bondi Beach, exploring the historic Rocks area, wandering through the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens or getting up close and personal with Australia's unique wildlife at Taronga Zoo - you'll never be short of things to do in Sydney.
Of course, who doesn't want to stay in a comfy and luxurious room but if your pockets are not so deep then these hotels are the best place Business traveller accommodation to check in. As there is a lot to see and check out in this beautiful city one would not want to spend most of his time indoors.
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With each hotel positioned in prime locations across Sydney's city centre, East, West and North, every property is within walking distance to the area's most iconic attractions, entertainment precincts, shopping centres, taxi zones, as well as a variety of public transport options to ensure a seamless stay for all.
Taking Sydney as an example, there are countless airlines and hotels to choose from. Offering complimentary Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a swimming pool, the hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Rocks. Harbour Rocks is a hotel of time and memories. However, it's generally considered to be the heart of The Rocks, and in Sydney's earliest days it was the rough location of the city's social and economic centre.
The airport is well linked by public transport with most of the central hotels accessible within forty-five minutes, but there are also several accommodation options near to the airport itself. Sydney, Australia's largest city, is renowned for its harbour, iconic landmarks and cosmopolitan life style.
This is a modern studio with a large balcony overlooking beautiful city views including half of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, St Mary's Cathedral and Royal Botanic Gardens. It boasts fantastic views of the city, the harbour and the Opera House. Pacific Road House: This retreat beach house is excellent for those who want a break from the busy lifestyle of the city.
Darlinghurst Hotel: It offers apartment style accommodation and basic budge rooms, situated in the widely distributed Darlinghurst area of Sydney, known for its many good restaurants, bars and cafes along with a variety of entertainment events. Visit the Opera House, scale the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Tower, visit the Taroonga Zoo and the iconic Bondi Beach.
Cool off in the rooftop pool of the 5-star Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport in Mascot after a long flight, or relax at the 4-star Mercure Sydney in Wolli Creek, which is set against the lush backdrop of Cahill Park. From Pitt Street Mall to the Queen Victoria Building or The Galeries, the Sydney CBD is packed with department stores, boutique stalls and outlets from world-class brands.
Sydney's most famous beach suburb Bondi will not disappoint you. Popular areas are The Rocks, Darling Harbour and the City Centre. Nestled under the Sydney Harbour Bridge water front in Walsh Bay, Pier One is on the doorstep of Sydney's Arts & Theatre district, and moments from historic The Rocks and Circular Quay.