The location is worth the price of the room. I did upgrade from a deluxe room to corner suite. I could have stayed in the room all day & watch the goings on of the harbour!! The service was impeccable. From the hotel we could walk to most tourist
After just having stayed at the Conrad Centennial in Singapore, I was a little let down by the Four Seasons. The buffet was not included in my room rate, so it was $35-42 every morning to eat. I thought that was a little over the top. My room was
nice and comfy, and I got all my wake up calls on time. The buffet was good and had a lot of diverse dishes. The location is PERFECT for strolling the Circular Quay and exploring The Rocks. It still felt like a Holiday Inn after staying at a 5 star in Asia. I'm being a little too critical, I know, but Asia 5 star is amazing!
The service, hotel room, dining, and facilities were excellent! This Four Seasons exceeded the price paid! It was a great location - everything seemed to be within walking distance. We would love to stay there again on our next visit to Sydney!
I should start by saying this hotel was a level or two higher than what I would normally stay at.
The location and room were great. The bed was probably the most comfortable I have ever slept in away from home.
What stood out the most for me
was the service. Everyone treated me with a great deal of respect and were eager to make my stay enjoyable. They honestly made me feel like I was somebody special. A welcome contrast from hotels with staff who act as though you are burden or annoyance.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
This is probably not a concern for most people who stay here, but the wifi access is something like $30 a day. I believe the McDonalds a couple of blocks from the hotel may have free WiFi if you only need limited access.