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Visitors have their pick of Sydney's neighborhoods, as hotels are spread throughout the city center and around the Eastern beaches. High-end properties are clustered along Circular Quay. Though there are some hotels and hostels in the King's Cross area, the neighborhood can be a bit seedy and isn't recommended.

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Hilton Sydney
488 George St
The luxurious Hilton Sydney, located in the CBD, greets visitors with a coiling aluminum sculpture in the lobby by Australian artist Bronwyn...
1708 Reviews
Sheraton on the Park, Sydney
161 Elizabeth Street
Feeling starstruck? Sheraton on the Park caters to elite visitors and hosts many of the international celebrities who come to town. Go swimming...
1339 Reviews
BLUE Sydney
6 Cowper Wharf Rd, The Wharf at Woolloomooloo
BLUE Sydney (formerly the W) is one of the city's trendiest hotels, located on the wharf in Woolloomooloo. Some rooms offer views of the Sydney...
405 Reviews
Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour
70 Murray Street
Darling Harbour hotels are centrally located, on the water and generally affordable. The Ibis Hotel at Darling Harbour is one of our favorites...
1143 Reviews
Holiday Inn Potts Point - Sydney
203 Victoria St
Hotels right around the Rocks tend to be the most expensive, but if you're willing to venture up to the Holiday Inn Potts Point, which is...
394 Reviews
Ravesi's Hotel Bondi Beach
118 Campbell Parade
Some of Sydney's best hotels are outside of the central city. The beaches have particularly attractive options, such as Ravesi's in Bondi. This...
51 Reviews
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