5 of the Best Hotels in Sydney

Planning a trip to Sydney for either business or to check on the amazing old colonial architecture superbly combined with modern skyscrapers and colorful suburbs, but you’re not really into bed and breakfast? How about checking out the top places to stay as we just came up with a list that includes some of the five best hotels in the city.

The BLUE Sydney

BLUE Sydney is the city’s only deluxe over-water hotel. Part of the Taj group, the BLUE Sydney is located on the Wharf at Woolloomooloo, just 10 minutes walk to the business, shopping Districts and the Opera House. The stylish hotel has 100 luxurious rooms that perfectly combine the boutique hotel charm with everything an international five star hotel would bring. Suited for both business and pleasure, the BLUE Sydney has high speed internet in all rooms, has a lap pool and a small gym to spend your time.

Quest Potts Point Hotel

One of the newest boutique hotels in Sydney, the trendy Quest Potts Point is where you stop if trying to dig into the less famed side of the city. Named after Australian artist Tim Storrier at first (The Storrier), the hotel is a hidden gem in the heart of Sydney’s famous Kings Cross (15 Springfield Avenue, Potts Point). The Quest Potts Point Hotel has been renovated by the creative minds from Capitol Commercial Architecture in 2007. It has 72 boutique hotel rooms each boasting a glowing atmosphere of warmth and luxury throughout.

Fraser Suites

Situated in the heart of Sydney’s Spanish quarter on Kent Street close to the Sydney Town Hall, the brand new 5 star Fraser Suites is where you stop for first class, modern, luxury accommodation. Designed by internationally renowned architects Foster + Partners, the astonishing tower is covered in glass. It gets the eye with its luxurious studios and one and two bedroom apartments where elegant fabrics and the modern furnishings evoke the Manhattan style.

The InterContinental Sydney

Renowned as one of the world’s best hotels, InterContinental Sydney is where you drop yourself into sheer luxury. Located at Circular Quay, on the edge of the stunning Sydney Harbour and close to the Central Business District, the hotel boasts amazing views as it overlooks the Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The 509-room hotel perfectly blends the 19th century architecture with the modern contemporary style and makes for the perfect base for both work and play.

The Observatory Hotel

Nestled near the world famous harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, the Observatory is the most awarded Australian hotel that has made a name for itself thanks to its impeccable service and mind blowing sweeping views of the vibrant city. The Observatory Hotel offers old school luxury accommodation in deluxe rooms, junior and executive suites inspired by the Orient Express carriages. For the rich, there’s also the hotel’s most spectacular suite, the Observatory Suite, where the elegant, custom-made furniture and the lavish furnishings put out an amazing spectacle.