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Meriton Suites Kent Street
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"We had a studio apartment and was pleasantly surprised on how much room there was. Good location - 5 min walk to Darling Harbor. We arrived on a Saturday evening and reception was very busy so check in was a little slow. But the most frustrating thing was the lifts. You had to use your key card and it would allocate a lift number for you. Thought this would make it quicker but it took a considerable amount of time. Trying to get a lift to check out was frustrating. Lifts stopped that were full and it took 9 mins to get a lift. Glad I wasnt in a hurry! Besides the frustrating lift system, the staff were great, location was great and apartment was great"
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8.6

Excellent

1941 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 353
Little National Hotel Sydney
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"This is simply the best little hotel in Sydney."
9.5

Exceptional

171 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 167
Travelodge Hotel Sydney
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"when we arrived, we were greeted with a very warm welcome and the registration is very fast. although the room is quite small, we don't mind because it is clean and tidy. the service is also very good, the cleaner comes every day and make up our room nicely. the position of this hotel is very close to the city centre and by just walking for a few you can catch a free tourist bus that runs along the elizabeth street around sydney cbd. only downside is that we got room with view to another building on the back of the hotel and some narrow streets which are not very good to look at."
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7.6

Very good

4629 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 115
Megaboom City Hotel
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"Located in Sydney CBD, close to town hall. I didn't catch any public transport except going to the airport because everything is close by (you may need to use public transport if you don't like walking long distance). I walked to Potts Point from the hotel and it took me about half hour. But I really enjoyed it. Hotel itself is good, reasonable price and very clean. I'm definitely coming back."
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8.5

Excellent

1691 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 93
Hilton Sydney
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"Enjoyed my stay there. Superb location. Centrally located in Sydney CBD and close to everything. Attentive and helpful staff. Room is a bit small but comfortable and clean. Breakfast was so so, but room service dinner was great. Fast check out. My bill was first incorrect with minibar items I didn't take. Told the staff and he fixed it right away without any hassle. "
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8.6

Excellent

2055 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 341
YEHS Hotel Sydney QVB
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"The hotel is new so the plus side is that the sheets, pillows, towels are nice and new. Because it only opened in March 2019 I am writing down the details. We stayed in a 20sqm twin bed room. Lighting was bright enough and bathroom has a small-ish rain shower. Shower pressure is good. Yes it doesn't have toiletries and the fixed wall shampoo and body wash- needs to be changed. Hotels usually go for essential oil based body stuff these days. Theirs smelled like an anti-dandruff shampoo. Why stay? For the same price or even more in Sydney you would get a lot more dated accomodation. Their pillows were a darn sight better than the various 5 star hotel feather pillows and I have stayed in the 5 star hotels around Sydney CBD. I had less noise bar the slammed doors in the corridors than other hotels. The renovations on floor 5-7- didn't hear it as we were out. I had young toddlers that took the airport link and it's exit 1 to QVB. Walk up and cross the road and you're there. Easy."
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8.8

Excellent

670 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 147
The Capsule Hotel
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"Location is fantastic, in the heart of the Sydney CBD. Lift is a little slow, but I didn't mind - at least it exists and does work. Personally really enjoyed the capsule life - They're spacious enough to sit up comfortably in, and incredibly well equipped, with a host of charging sockets, light and air circulation controls, ledges for putting your stuff, and a mirror to get ready with as well. Although shower facilities were a tiny bit limited (2 stalls per floor; same for toilets) I didn't encounter a problem where I had to sit around waiting for others to be done, or anything. The lounge is well equipped as well. A thoroughly enjoyable stay, thank you! "
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8.4

Excellent

583 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 41
Oaks Sydney Castlereagh Suites
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"Hotel is 400 m to Central station, Lite Rail and Museum station, 15/20 min walk to Circular key. Coles and W/worths nearby if you want your own food (the latter near Central station, Coles near China Town which also is about 500 m. Spa and pool open all year and spa is heated. Staff very accommodating - actually went out of their way to help. Accommodation was good (we were on 27th floor) with good views - ours looked towards Central station. Changed towels daily. Quiet room. If you are a senior, go immediately to Central station and obtain the concessional Opal card - on producing interstate seniors card. This allows you UNLIMITED travel (train,bus and ferry) for $2.50 per day (each card holder). We trav all day on ferry, buses and train to Newcastle and Blue Mountains. Recommend train to Bondi jtn t 380 bus to beach then 380 bus to Watsons Bay where you catch ferry or 324 Kings Cross. Stayed in around 6 Sydney hotels at different this is the only one would go back to again."
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7.7

Very good

499 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 200
ibis Sydney World Square
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"the hotel is located right in the middle of sydney cbd, town hall train station is three minutes away, cinemas are across the road. multiple restaurants and small cafes. airport to and from - get on a shuttle service or use train - direct line. the hotel is actually a strong 3* venue with everything you need for a short stay. breakfast is served also for extra charge. "
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7.6

Very good

1304 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 174
The Pod Sydney
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"A very comfortable, neat and clean hotel in Sydney CBD. Surrounding area also great and nearby Museum Station so you can go easily anywhere. Surely will stay here again next time."
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9.1

Exceptional

1358 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 58
Meriton Suites Kent Street
Sydney CBD,Sydney CBD - View on map
"We had a studio apartment and was pleasantly surprised on how much room there was. Good location - 5 min walk to Darling Harbor. We arrived on a Saturday evening and reception was very busy so check in was a little slow. But the most frustrating thing was the lifts. You had to use your key card and it would allocate a lift number for you. Thought this would make it quicker but it took a considerable amount of time. Trying to get a lift to check out was frustrating. Lifts stopped that were full and it took 9 mins to get a lift. Glad I wasnt in a hurry! Besides the frustrating lift system, the staff were great, location was great and apartment was great"
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8.6

Excellent

1941 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 353

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Sydney City Center is the financial hub of the city, and is most commonly referred to by locals as the CBD – the Central Business District. The City Center's main transport interchange is Town Hall train station, located underneath the 19th-century Town Hall building – a major Sydney landmark and a common meeting place. Adjacent to the Town Hall is the historic Queen Victoria Building – the QVB – an up-market shopping center.

Other major points of interest within the Sydney CBD are Martin Place, a pedestrian-only street that houses the National Reserve Bank and other major financial headquarters; Wynyard, a major transport hub for rail and bus commuters crossing to North Sydney; and Macquarie Street, home to high-profile businesses, embassies, consulates and Sydney's Parliament House.

While the City Center itself is business-oriented, there are many hotels in Sydney CBD and travelers staying here will find themselves strategically placed to visit the surrounding tourist spots of Darling Harbour, Circular Quay and Chinatown. The CBD is relatively compact and CBD hotels are geared towards business travelers, with executive services and proximity to transport and businesses paramount. Buses, trains and cabs all converge in the CBD but it's possible – and worthwhile – to walk to Darling Harbour, Hyde Park and Circular Quay. Sydney's main rail terminus, Central Station, is also within easy walking distance.

Sydney City Center's chief tourist drawcards are its high-end shopping, its fine dining restaurants and its lively café culture. Famous restaurants include Testuya's and Est, while World Square, the QVB, Pitt Street Mall and Centrepoint are the main shopping malls.

One prolific attraction in Sydney City Center is the 305-meter Sydney Tower above Centrepoint (commonly referred to as Centrepoint Tower). The highest point in Sydney, the tower's observation deck features a revolving restaurant and an open air viewing platform. Views from Sydney Tower are unparalleled.