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Whatever your pleasure you are sure to find it in Sydney. Sunny, sexy, sophisticated – New South Wales’ colourful and cultural capital basks as the shining star of the southern hemisphere. While the world famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are the city’s pride and joy, Sydney offers a whole lot more. Arts, fashion, sports and fab restaurants – there is so much to do and see in the Harbour City that you’ll never want to leave. World-class events and attractions, breathtaking beaches and five major national parks make Sydney an exciting holiday destination at any time of the year. While it might be Australia’s biggest city, all of its attributes lie within easy reach of the city centre. Whether you’re catching the perfect wave at Bondi Beach, exploring the historic Rocks, wandering the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens, getting up close and personal with Australia’s unique wildlife at Taronga Zoo, admiring the amazing Aboriginal Art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, or dining oceanside at Darling Harbour – you are guaranteed to fall in love with exciting Sydney.
Our North Sydney hotels are a mere 10 minute train ride to the Sydney CBD, Accor hotels are also located near attractions such as Toronga Zoo and Luna Park.
Home to the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Sydney.
Ideally located for for business trips or leisure, Darling Harbour is an excellent place to stay when visiting Sydney.
Staying at any of the hotels in Sydney CBD gives guests travelling on business or pleasure the perfect base to explore all the city has to offer.
Sydney Airport offers fantastic budget and luxury accommodation for travellers, just a ten minute walk from the domestic terminal and local train station.
East Sydney offers proximity to Sydney's CBD and well serviced by public transport, enjoy beautiful surroundings while being centrally located.
Located west of Sydney CBD, Greater Western Sydney is the sixth largest central business district in Australia.