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The Langham, Sydney

Circular Quay & The Rocks 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There’s nothing like life in the Rocks. Sydney’s hip and distinguished neighborhood is home to some of the oldest bars and restaurants in the city, and one of its most esteemed escapes:... — Jetsetter

Guests extol the "quiet, out-of-the-way location" of this Rocks district property close to the Sydney Observatory. — Condé Nast Traveler

A high-end retreat in the heart of Sydney, the city's iconic Observatory Hotel has been refreshed and rebranded by the sophisticated Langham group. — Gayot

I love the opulence of this hotel, and love staying here. — Frommer's

A glamorous option in a quiet location, with famous afternoon teas and a spacious underground pool. Some rooms look over to Observatory Hill and Walsh Bay. $350. — Rough Guide

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Park Hyatt Sydney

Circular Quay & The Rocks 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since opening in 1990, the Park Hyatt has played host to a steady stream of celebrities, heads of state and international jet-setters with money to burn. — Time Out

Fronting the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, the Park Hyatt occupies the city’s most coveted location. — Travel + Leisure

Reopened after a hotel-wide renovation, the Park Hyatt Sydney utilizes, highlights and embraces the hotel's breathtaking harbor-front location. — Gayot

The hotel is tucked directly beneath the Harbour Bridge, and many rooms showcase head-on views of the Sydney Opera House, perfectly framed in floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. — Afar Magazine

This artistically curving property on The Rocks foreshore is the best-positioned hotel in Sydney. — Frommer's

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from $706

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

Circular Quay & The Rocks 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ideally located between the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, this is another five-star spot with undeniably breathtaking views. — Time Out

The Shangri-La Hotel has the greatest breakfast in the world, and the best part is: it's free — Afar Magazine

With a location in the central historic Rocks district, the towering Shangri-La Sydney is near such marquee attractions as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge (which also makes an... — Jetsetter

Towering above Walsh Bay from its prime position alongside the Sydney Harbour Bridge, this sleek hotel is the place for a room with a bird's-eye view. — Fodor's

Take in stunning views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House at this luxurious, award-winning hotel in the heart of The Rocks district. — DK Eyewitness

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from $190

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

Circular Quay & The Rocks 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The quintessential five-star stay in Sydney. — Concierge

34 floors of polished, updated rooms and public spaces, plus the city’s largest outdoor pool. — Travel + Leisure

The rooms are elegantly decorated, with marble bathrooms and plenty of mahogany. — Frommer's

Has been quietly delivering an extremely high level of service within very plush surroundings indeed. — Time Out

The Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is a luxurious city center hotel aimed at business travelers with expense accounts. — Oyster

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from $178

Sydney Harbour YHA

Circular Quay & The Rocks 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Any qualms about the unhostel-like prices will be shelved the moment you head up to the roof terrace... and see Circular Quay laid bare before you. — Lonely Planet

Popular with backpackers, the Sydney Harbour YHA is a budget-friendly hostel with both dorms and private rooms. — Oyster

This is the only backpacker hostel in The Rocks. There are great views from the roof terrace, where you can take in the sunset over the harbour as you eat at the picnic tables. — DK Eyewitness

The accommodation is aimed at budget travelers, but has the added attraction of million-dollar harbor views from many rooms. — Fodor's

Built in 2009, and with gorgeous harbour views, this is the pick of Sydney’s youth hostels – and the only budget accommmodation in The Rocks. — Rough Guide

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Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

Circular Quay & The Rocks 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Near the Opera House, this five-star complex of one- and two-bedroom apartments delivers the goods – spacious suites (twice the usual size ) with balconies and views over the harbour. — Time Out

If comfort is more important to you than hipness, this place is an excellent pick. — Concierge

Don’t feel like dragging the kids to the beach? They’ve got you covered at the Pullman — Travel + Leisure

The best serviced-apartment complexes, like this one, can outdo superior AAA-rated five-star hotels -- even in price. — Frommer's

With the Opera House as its neighbour, the building known locally as 'the toaster' has a scorching-hot location – so much so that it might burn a hole right through your wallet. — Lonely Planet

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from $246

Establishment Hotel

City Centre, the Domain & Chinatown 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A boutiquey spot that occupies a repurposed warehouse a block from Circular Quay, this hotel has attracted a fabulous young crowd since it opened in 2000. — Concierge

This is one of the most fashionable and desirable places in town. — DK Eyewitness

If you were a superstar with a taste for cutting-edge fashion, this is where you'd choose to stay. — Frommer's

Hidden down a nondescript lane, this so-hip-it-hurts boutique hotel attracts discreet celebrities, style-conscious couples and cashed-up execs dreaming of a nooner with their assistants. — Lonely Planet

Opened in time for the 2000 Sydney Olympics, the Establishment is a pioneering 31-room boutique hotel housed in an 1890s steel plant near the modern-day stock exchange building downtown — Afar Magazine

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InterContinental Sydney

Circular Quay & The Rocks 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Staff members have eschewed the polite but distant five-star model for an ebullient friendliness that might take seasoned travelers off-guard. — Concierge

A beautiful 1851 Treasury building offers five-star luxury. The soaring foyer has a lovely lounge. — DK Eyewitness

The sandstone facade of the 1851 former Treasury building forms the lower floors of this 31-storey, 5-star hotel, with stunning views of the Botanic Gardens, Opera House and harbour. — Rough Guide

In an elegant building that incorporates Sydney’s historic ­Treasury Building, the InterContinental combines 19th-century grace with 21st-century comfort. — Insight Guides

The four-and-a-half-pearl InterContinental Sydney hotel is built around the city's historic 1851 treasury building and features a stylish four-story lobby in what was once its central courtyard — Oyster

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from $184

The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel

Circular Quay & The Rocks 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1836, this boutique sandstone pub has a tidy set of upstairs rooms with exposed stone walls and dormer windows. — Lonely Planet

If your idea of heaven is sleeping above a pub that brews its own boutique beers (or ales, as they're rightly called) then this is the place. — Fodor's

It's an attractive, three-story sandstone building with a busy pub on the ground floor, a good brasserie on the second, and hotel accommodations on the third. — Frommer's

Colonial-style B&B in a historic pub with 10 cosy, variably priced rooms: best is the corner room with views of Argyle St. — Rough Guide

Arguably the oldest Pub in Australia with character to burn. They also make an awesome selection of beers but my go to is the Victory Bitter. Perfect for a cold winters day with a warm... — On the Grid

Ovolo Woolloomooloo

Kings Cross to Potts Point 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The architecture and decor of this luxury boutique hotel retain this history, mixing bits of the industrial warehouse look with a chic, modern design. — Oyster

Guests love the authentic structures of the former wharf (pulleys, giant trusses, and brontosaurus-like machinery), its location... and the chance to be on the harbor but in a quieter location. — Fodor's

The clean and spacious rooms offer a quiet oasis for couples looking to unwind as they gaze upon some of the best views in the city. — Travel + Leisure

This luxury establishment has bags of smooth contemporary style and is located on the water’s edge in a redeveloped wharf lined with fashionable cafés and restaurants. — Rough Guide

Carefully constructed around support beams and pipes from a 100-year-old wheat and wool wharf, Blue Sydney offers a beautiful mix of old and new that juts out into the Woolloomooloo harbor. — Afar Magazine

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from $191

Kirketon Hotel

Surry Hills & Darlinghurst 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Popular among hip, fashionable types, this slightly offbeat boutique hotel in Darlinghurst offers rooms lightly stocked with modernist furniture and custom-made fittings. — Frommer's

This boutique hotel is an oasis of style, glamour and comfort in the heart of the vibrant suburb of Darlinghurst. — DK Eyewitness

A 40-room, art-inspired boutique hotel that fuses contemporary style with classic Parisian influences. — Oyster

Fashionable place in an excellent location, with beautiful staff, slick service and great restaurants (including Asian ones) and cafés on the doorstep. $149. — Rough Guide

Moody décor and excellent in-house dining make this boutique hotel of 40 rooms a stylish option in the centrally-located Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst — The Telegraph

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from $75

Sir Stamford at Circular Quay Hotel Sydney

Circular Quay & The Rocks 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the moment the doorman doffs his top hat to you, you've entered the world of aristocracy, complete with the slight scent of aged brandy. — Frommer's

The upscale Sir Stamford at Circular Quay is located next to the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Opera House. — Oyster

Situated beside Sydney Cove, the Sir Stamford hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the Sydney Opera House and Royal Botanic Gardens. — Travel + Leisure

For a relaxing rainy morning on the harbor, there are many covered restaurants along the outer edges of Circular Quay at which you can sit and soak in the view with a cup of coffee or... — Afar Magazine

The Sir Stamford is the picture of old-world English glamor with its gold-gilded pillars, tiered crystal chandeliers, open fireplaces and 18th-century antiques. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

City Centre, the Domain & Chinatown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms are spacious, if a little generic, with marble bathrooms and all the typical big-hotel comforts. — Lonely Planet

The Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney is a luxury, executive hotel in Sydney's Central Business District (CBD) that caters primarily to business travelers. — Oyster

This triangular sandstone building, shaped like a diminutive Flatiron, was once the home of Australia’s oldest existing newspaper - but the only thing hot off the press today is this five-star hotel’s $12m face lift — The Telegraph

Right in the heart of the city in a gorgeous heritage building, the Radisson Plaza Hotel Sydney has a nice feel, with chic rooms in muted chocolate tones and sensual fabrics. — Frommer's

This CBD hotel is now home to Bentley which is a reason to go there in itself, a full health club/spa, conference facilities and 362 guest rooms, all in the heart of the city. — Time Out

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from $145

The Westin Sydney

City Centre, the Domain & Chinatown 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Here you get the best of both worlds – a sense of history married to some very contemporary design and deluxe service. — Time Out

Former post office building with skyscraper annex in a central downtown location; the city's best hotel for business travelers, with plenty of executive-level amenities. — Travel + Leisure

Spreading half of its tentacles into the grand General Post Office building and the others into a contemporary tower, this is one luxurious address. — Lonely Planet

The Westin hotel chain is renowned for its heavenly beds—in Sydney it offers heavenly service, too. The staff here is cool, efficient, capable, and stylish as at a boutique hotel. — Fodor's

In this glorious heritage building, rooms in the restored main building feature antique fittings, although the majority of rooms are in the modern tower section. — DK Eyewitness

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from $159

Simpsons of Potts Point Hotel

Kings Cross to Potts Point 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A very elegant and charming place, combining the stylishness and comforts of a boutique hotel with the informal sociability of a B&B. — Time Out

This luxurious boutique hotel is the gem of inner Sydney. — Fodor's

A charming B&B at the “Paris” end of Potts Point, where the complimentary breakfast is served in a glass-roofed conservatory. — DK Eyewitness

Simpsons of Potts Point Hotel is a charming, old-fashioned boutique property in a quiet part of the leafy Potts Point neighborhood. — Oyster

An 1892 red-brick villa at the quiet end of a busy cafe strip, the perennially popular Simpsons looks to yesteryear for decorative flourishes. — Lonely Planet

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from $178

Medusa

Surry Hills & Darlinghurst 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in Sydney's city-centre, Medusa offers easy access to the beach, bars and nightclubs, central business district and Paddington — The Telegraph

The Medusa Boutique Hotel offers 18 unique accommodations in Darlinghurst, an eclectic area and the epicenter of Sydney’s gay community. — Afar Magazine

Perhaps the most trendy and glamorous boutique hotel in Sydney. 18 rooms decorated in very modern, avant-garde design. — Insight Guides

Embodying a very Darlinghurst sense of urban chic, the Medusa is an ode to colour and design, all interesting angles and bright flourishes of imagination. — Time Out

Medusa Hotel is a quirky, 18-room boutique hotel with artsy flair. — Oyster

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from $68

QT Sydney

City Centre, the Domain & Chinatown 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This new boutique hotel has the location, the buzz and even the trendy restaurant, Gowings Bar and Grill. — Insight Guides

These edgy accommodations stand out in a historic Sydney setting. — Gayot

Fun, sexy and completely OTT, this ultra-theatrical hotel is located in the historic State Theatre. Art deco eccentricity is complemented by retro games and DIY martini kits in all the rooms. — Lonely Planet

Quirky design hotel in a landmarked Sydney address, with a happening restaurant, a barber shop, and a concept store — Jetsetter

An eclectic and over-the-top design aesthetic within the walls of two historic buildings make this hip hotel a destination in itself — The Telegraph

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from $175

Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour & Pyrmont 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This former wool warehouse has been turned into one of Sydney's most cutting-edge designer hotels. — Fodor's

The 90-room 1888 Hotel by 8Hotels is a trendy boutique property in the heart of Sydney's Darling Harbour area. — Oyster

Sydney's newest boutique hotel, housed in a converted wool store, has exposed brick walls, high ceilings and huge period windows. — Insight Guides

Sydney's 1888 Hotel is a 90-bedroom boutique hotel, restaurant, bar, and event space that mixes Australian charm with modern design and accommodations. — Condé Nast Traveler

Despite its historic wool warehouse location, the Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour is nothing if not contemporary — Travel + Leisure

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from $150

ADGE Apartment Hotel

Surry Hills & Darlinghurst 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the trendy, artsy Surry Hills neighborhood just south of Sydney's CBD, the ADGE Apartment Hotel offers colorful two-bedroom apartments — Oyster

As soon as you spot the bold wall murals, it's clear the ADGE is all about putting a clever twist on the ubiquitous serviced apartment experience. — Lonely Planet

Funky, modern designer decor, friendly staff and nice details such as a free welcome drink and cosy slippers. — Rough Guide

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Fraser Suites Sydney

City Centre, the Domain & Chinatown 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sleek Foster + Partners-designed apartment hotel in Sydney’s bustling Darling Harbour neighborhood. — Jetsetter

The spectacular 6-metre rainfall chandelier in the foyer sets the tone for this luxe all-suite apartment hotel which offers well-appointed rooms. — Lonely Planet

There are 201 fully-furnished apartments at this upscale property set in Sydney’s Central Business District — Oyster

The 41-story, Foster & Partners–designed hotel has 201 understated, light-filled studios and a heated pool. — Travel + Leisure

A contemporary apartment hotel for discerning travellers who insist on a stylish and comfortable home-from-home — The Telegraph

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from $133
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