The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel is an elegantly restored, heritage-listed property ideally located in the heart of Sydney’s commercial, retail and entertainment centre.
The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
Around the corner from the hotel is Sydney’s bustling Pitt Street Mall, featuring The Strand Arcade and Sky Gardens. Sky Gardens is home to an extensive collection of labels from internationally-renowned designers such as Von Troska, Keith Matheson, Hermes, Hardy Brothers, Filomena Natale and Baubridge & Kay.
Pitt Street Mall is also the home to major retail centres Myer, David Jones, Glasshouse, Sydney Arcade and Westfield Sydney.
Pitt Street Mall
David Jones, one of the longest running department shops in the world, is located just a few doors away, offering an array of goods including clothing, gifts, perfumes and cosmetics, furniture and travel items.
Castlereagh Street is renowned for its world class shopping and our hotel is just a short stroll to many high class retailers stocking exclusive brands.
As you stroll from the hotel along Castlereagh Street you'll spot many international designer stores such as DKNY, Cartier, Ferragamo, Gucci, Bvlgari, Stefano Canturi and Chanel.
Sydney has many world famous attractions, one of the most iconic being Sydney Harbour Bridge, which towers across the water linking the northern suburbs with the city centre. Over 200,000 cars cross the bridge in a single day as well as commuter trains and pedestrians.
Catch a ferry from Circular Quay across to McMahons Point, Luna Park or Darling Harbour to view the grandeur of the bridge from below or join a guided kayak tour for a magnificent journey around the harbour. Pedestrians can walk across the bridge from the bridge pylon in The Rocks. www.pylonlookout.com.au
One of the most spectacular ways to experience the Sydney Harbour Bridge is to climb to the top of it! BridgeClimb gives you the incredible opportunity to walk to the summit of the bridge and enjoy one of the world's most spectacular views. www.bridgeclimb.com
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Probably the most unique and recognisable icon to visitors is the spectacular Sydney Opera House, stunningly situated against the back drop of Sydney Harbour. Being on of the world's most distinctive building it attracts millions of visitors from all over the world!
A delightful walk can be had from the hotel across Hyde Park, through the Royal Botanical Gardens and down to the Opera House
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Tower measures 309 metres at its highest point and is one of the tallest structures in the southern hemisphere. Visitors can catch the high speed lifts to the top and experience unrivaled views across Sydney from the Observation Deck. The more adventurous can have an ‘open air’ 360ºexperience on Skywalk, a glass bottomed viewing platform with jaw dropping views.
Hyde Park is a leisurely stroll from the hotel. This central open green space provide a delightfully tranquil setting in the centre of a bustling city. There is no shortage of lush green grass for a spontaneous sun bake or picnic. Hyde park is the home to hundreds of leafy trees to escape the summer heat and famous monuments such as the Archibald Fountain and the Anzac memorial.
Hyde Park is also host to many cultural events throughout the year including the Food and Wine Fair, Sydney Festival and Australia Day Celebrations.
The Royal Botanical Gardens are just a few minutes walk from the hotel adjacent to Sydney Harbour and the Opera House. Offering a peaceful escape from the busy city the garden boast over one million specimens! Many events are hosted in the gardens with, its jaw dropping backdrop of Sydney Harbour, including the world class St George Open Air Cinema.
Royal Botanic Gardens
The Art Gallery of NSW and many of Sydney’s museums are only a short walk away. The gallery presents international and Australian art in one of the most beautiful art galleries in the world.
Overlooking the Royal Botanical Gardens, a pleasant day out can combine the two and also encompass fabulous views of the harbour.
Art Gallery Of NSW
One of Sydney's entertainment hubs is the spectacular Darling Harbour. Nestled around the foreshores of Cockle Bay this is an area packed with excitement. Many fabulous restaurants and bars are scattered throughout with the world's largest IMAX screen a central feature. Darling Harbour also feature some of Sydney's hottest attraction such as the Sealife Sydney Aquarium and Madame Tussauds.