Places to Eat and Sleep in Sydney
There are many different options for places to sleep in Sydney. Using the form below you can search on what's available and what price best suit you.
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Depending on your needs, you can usually book a hotel in Sydney for $85 to $200 per night. The peak sesason is generally between November and February, when Sydney becomes a popular tourist destination for travellers escaping the northern winter. With it's sunny weather, spectacular New Years Eve Fireworks display and various summer festivals, it is best to book early, especially if you want a room near Sydney's famous Bondi and Manly beaches. You can visit this website to compare a comprehensive list of hotels in Sydney.
If it's your first time to visit, most of the hotels in Sydney are located in the city, or surrounding suburbs, such as Darling Harbour or The Rocks, with over 200 hotels located within a 5km radius from the city centre. Two of the more popular ones are the Four Seasons, a classic five star hotel, and The Menzies, a less expensive older architectural style hotel with some charm and character. Both hotels are conveniently located near Wynyard train station and within walking distance to the major tourist attractions, such as Circular Quay, The Harbour Bridge and Opera House, the Central Business District, and major retail shopping attractions.