Sydney has, by far, the largest number of hotels in Australia. You'll find major international, 5 star, hotels like the Park Hyatt, which overlooks the Sydney Opera House at the Rocks, right near the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A newcomer has emerged in the brand new Westin Sydney Hotel which has been developed in the old Sydney G.P.O. at Martin Place, which has been totally restored.
Sydney is indeed well known for it's range of first class hotels. The Sydney Hilton is one of the largest with entrances off both George and Pitt Streets, in the City. Another landmark hotel is the Four Seasons operated Regent Hotel Sydney which adjoins The Rocks.The Sheraton on the Park overlooks Hyde Park, as does the Sydney Marriott Hotel. The Renaissance is nestled just inside Circular Quay. Nearby is The Sydney Inter-Continental Hotel. Then there's the ANA, situated in the heart of The Rocks and overlooking Sydney Harbour, the Bridge and the Opera House. One of the City's newest hotels, the Le Meridien, is located in close proximity to Wynyard. Alongside the international hotels, are the midrange hotels, motor inns, motels and serviced apartments.
At Darling Harbour you'll find the old, restored, Woolbrokers, which is now a modern day, stylish boutique hotel. For information on the hotels in Darling Harbour generally, go to the Darling Harbour official site. Midrange hotels include the Grande Esplanade Apartment Hotel at Manly Beach, The Georgia in the City and the Bondi Beachside Inn at Sydney's World famous Bondi Beach. Whatever the requirements, and whatever the budget, you'll find a hotel to suit in Sydney. In the CBD, Darling Harbour, the North Shore, the Airport, Parramatta and Manly you'll find an abundance of new hotels, many with apartments and suites, and offering a range of rates. Many of the larger hotels, too, have extensive meetings rooms and banqueting facilities. Whether visiting the City for business or leisure, a conference, convention, function or event, you'll be pleasantly surprised at the array of hotels to choose from.