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Hotels, apartments and accommodation in Central Sydney (CBD)

The Central Business District of Sydney is the commercial and economical heart of the city stretching over 3 kilometres and encompasses the areas of Circular Quay, Hyde Park, the Domain, Royal Botanic Gardens, Martin Place, Chinatown, Sydney Harbour and Darling Harbour.

The easiest way to get around and see as much as you can in the city is the Sydney rail network. It’s relatively cheap, fast and reliable. Take the city circle route from Central Station and enjoy the ride.

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Sydney’s CBD has a high concentration of skyscrapers dominating the city skyline. Some of the tallest buildings in Australia are in Sydney such as Governor Phillip Tower, MLC Centre and World Tower.

Nearly all of the largest companies in Australia have their headquarters in Sydney as well as all of the major banking and financial institutions.

Still up in the sky; Sydney Tower, formerly known as Centrepoint Tower, is the tallest building in the city stretching 309 metres into the sky and is also the tallest observation tower in the southern hemisphere. If you’re after a great view of the city then look no further.

Once you’re up the top there are a number of attractions worth a look. Why not have dinner at Sydney Tower Restaurant or enjoy a drink at Sydney Tower 360 Bar? Test your balance on the skywalk or take a virtual reality ride across Australia in OzTrek.

There are a large number of cultural and artistic highlights located within the CBD. The Museum of Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Powerhouse Museum are all located within the city centre, each featuring a different range of all year round exhibitions.

Shopping is everywhere in the CBD. From its extensive collection of shopping centres through to independent stores, tourists should not miss Pitt Street Mall. The Strand Arcade, also on Pitt Street, was originally built in 1892 and is impressive for its wrought iron lattice work throughout. Shopping opportunities within the Strand include fashion, jewellery and accessories.    

There is more department store shopping located on the intersection of Market and George Streets and the area around Elizabeth and Castlereagh Street is home to many international designer stores.  

Chinatown is a must for any visitor to the CBD as are the Queen Victoria Building, Martin Place, Chifley Plaza and Broadway.

Annual festivals worth mentioning are Sydney Festival and the Sydney Film Festival.

Some of the best known and some of the best kept secret dining options are in Sydney’s CBD offering everything from meat pies to French delicacies. George Street has some amazing sushi, Darling Harbour’s choice of restaurants seems to go on for ever and Circular Quay offers some of the views and food in the city.   

Accommodation options in the CBD and are huge. Ranging from the budget to the beautiful, there is something to suit everyone. Hotels are located throughout and are priced from the relatively cheap to the incredibly expensive. Serviced apartments and short term stays are also abundant in the city. 

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Amora Jamison Hotel Sydney
11 Jamison Street , Sydney, NSW-2000
500 410 330 475 255 330 500 500 430 395 410 255 295 395
Rydges World Square
389 Pitt Street , Sydney CBD, NSW-2000
429 399 239 379 229 329 439 489 389 263 322 195 254 305
Seasons Darling Harbour
Cnr Harbour & Goulburn Streets , Sydney, NSW-2000
359 309 265 395 185 255 339 339 295 239 329 185 239 299
Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Harbourside
55 Shelley Street , Darling Harbour, NSW-2000
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Aspire Hotel Sydney
383-389 Bulwara Road , Ultimo, NSW-2007
269 269 269 299 209 229 269 269 269 269 299 229 249 279
Seasons Harbour Plaza Sydney
252 Sussex Street , Darling Harbour, NSW-2000
320 270 220 320 187 233 301 320 295 237 286 183 233 270
Sydney Wattle Hotel
108A Oxford Street Corner Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, NSW-2010
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149 149 169 189 169 149 149 149 149 189 189 169 169 149
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Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments
243 Pyrmont Street , Darling Harbour, NSW-2000
338 279 230 436 188 248 310 369 279 248 410 188 248 266
Oaks Hyde Park Plaza
38 College Street , Sydney, NSW-2000
269 233 241 374 187 192 251 233 224 320 251 147 187 224
Oaks on Castlereagh
317 Castlereagh Street , Sydney, NSW-2000
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284 284 266 359 184 266 315 315 284 266 341 188 266 315
Metro Hotel Sydney Central
431 - 439 Pitt Street , Sydney, NSW-2000
205 245 205 295 165 185 179 225 205 195 235 150 195 205
Capitol Square Hotel
Cnr George and Campbell Streets , Sydney, NSW-2000
259 259 209 299 159 189 209 259 209 209 269 159 199 209
The Russell Hotel in The Rocks
143a George Street , The Rocks, NSW-2000
255 255 365 659 165 209 195 209 209 279 365 209 279 209
BIG Hostel Sydney
212 Elizabeth Street , Surry Hills, NSW-2010
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  • WORLD BLUE Pty Ltd
  • An M-Power Accommodation Pty Ltd company
  • 355 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000 Australia
  • Travel Agent: 2TA5687 / TIDS: 96-818024 / ABN: 41 111 263 515
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  • Phone: +61 2 9318 2361
  • Fax: +61 2 9319 7195
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