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Hotel Deal – Stay & Save up to 15%

Stay for 2 nights or more and save up to 15% on our best available accommodation rates

Sydney has so much to see and do, so treat yourself to a bit of time out, with a fabulous hotel deal, and explore our beautiful harbour city. There’s always something happening and a browse through sydney.com is a great place to start planning the perfect Sydney Staycation!

Soak up the great weather and sunshine with a stroll along the harbour foreshores. Explore the museums, landmarks and markets by day. By night, explore your pick of surrounding restaurants, bars and theatres. The State Theatre is only 400 metres away and has a terrific lineup of shows – get in early before they sell out!

Stay 2 Nights & SAVE 10%  |  Stay 3 Nights & SAVE 15%*

  • Heritage hotel accommodation
  • Central CBD location
  • Free WIFI for hotel guests
  • Continental buffet breakfast – Wednesday to Sunday (extra charge) (Temporarily suspended)
  • Available across ALL rooms types including LUXE & Queen Studio Boutique

Sydney’s History, Public Art and Architecture in your Pocket!

When you stay with us you’ll be right in the heart of the CBD, so we recommend you download Sydney Culture Walks as a companion for discovering the city on foot. See Sydney sparkle on a self-guided tour of hidden laneways, fabulous sculptures, water features and shopping destinations.

Highlights

Whale Watching – late Autumn to Early Spring

From late autumn to early spring, over 30,0000 whales travel north from the Southern Ocean along the NSW coastline to feed and breed in the warmth of the Pacific. They return south on the same route in spring to feed in the Antarctic over summer. Known as the Humpback Highway, humpback and southern right whales are the most commonly sighted, but you might also spot orcas, blue whales, minke whales and sperm whales.

Every year, thousands of visitors flock to clifftop lookouts and beaches to catch a glimpse of the humpback whales breaching and playing with their newborn calves. There are many whale-watching cruises and vantage points to choose from along the pristine coastline so you can have a front-row seat to this spectacular show. Watch in awe as you witness these magnificent mammals display pectoral slaps and body rolls.

Sydney has a variety of vantage points to choose from. Cape Solander in Kamay Botany Bay National Park is an unbeatable lookout during whale-watching season. Closer to the city, you can spot whales from Sydney Harbour’s North and South Head. At the tip of the northern beaches, Barrenjoey Head at Palm Beach offers an elevated viewpoint, while the Bondi to Coogee walk offers fantastic whale viewing opportunities. For on-the-water experiences, Captain Cook Cruises, FantaSea Cruising, Bass and Flinders Cruises and Manly Ocean Adventures are some of many whale-watching cruises that leave from Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and Manly.

*Discount applicable to best available accommodation rate at the time of booking. Applicable 7 days a week across all room types. Subject to availability. Blackout dates apply.

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COVID-19 - LATEST INFORMATION

We're reopening - here's what you need to know

We're excited to announce that our food and beverage operations will be reopening next Monday 11 October 2021.

In accordance with the guidelines set out by the NSW Government Guests are advised that they can only access our premises if they are fully vaccinated or medically exempt.

"IF YOU DON'T HAVE PROOF WE CAN'T LET YOU STAY - THAT'S THE LAW"

 

You can prove you are fully vaccinated through your:

COVID-19 digital certificate
Immunisation history statement

Where can I find more information?

View the detailed information on our website

Further information on accessing and proving your vaccination status can be found on the Services Australia website and the NSW Government website.


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