This was perfectly situated for my business conference as well as for sightseeing even if your time... See full review
Apr 5, 2012
Great hotel in central location, excellent rooms and full siz swimming pool. See full review
Dec 7, 2011
Downtown Sydney business property woos astute leisure travelers
From the famed Glass Brasserie to extensive meeting facilities, the centrally-located Hilton Sydney promises to indulge. The hotel's contemporary rooms are heavy on amenities and many overlook the Queen Victoria Building. Sleek watering holes and upscale eateries draw an affluent and beautiful Sydney crowd. Visit the heated pool, large fitness center or spa to unwind. Meeting rooms and a fully-equipped business center ensure guests stay connected. All around, Hilton Sydney exceeds expectation and offers guests exactly what they need.
Chef Luke Mangan's Glass Brasserie
A roll call of business amenities
Four cool bars
Rooms offer large windows with blackout blinds, framing the Sydney skyline. Interiors rely on earth and sky tones. Guests retire to cloudlike beds hovering in the center of the room. Amenities include LCD TV, studio lights, air conditioning, plush bathrobes, daily newspaper, refrigerator and Wi-Fi (fees apply).
Epicureans rejoice in the heaps of gastronomic delights available at this hotel. Chef Luke Mangan's Glass Brasserie is the premier attraction. Creations like Yellowfin tuna with brioche crust, octopus, green olive tapenade, fennel, radish, orange and pecans satisfy the most discerning palates.
Mixologists concoct inventive cocktails at the rooftop terrace Zeta Bar, while the business crowd congregates at the historic Marble Bar for Zatoichi martinis (wasabi, cucumber, vodka, ginger and lemon) and bar food. The Glass Bar serves more than 440 boutique wines, oysters and tapas. For something more casual, Caffe Cino offers lattes, beer and lunch.
Swim laps in the spacious pool or take advantage of the largest fitness center in town. The spa offers massages and facials, plus exotic treatments such as a green coffee wrap.
Additional features include laundry service, children's activities and local transport. The hotel also offers Wi-Fi and parking (fees apply).
Central Station (0.9 mi/1.5 km)
Darling Park Monorail Stop (1.3 mi/2.1 km)
Sydney Airport (4.8 mi/7.3 km)
Sydney Convention Center (0.5 mi/0.8 km)
Darling Harbour (0.8 mi/1.2 km)
Sydney Aquarium (0.8 mi/1.2 km)
Royal Botanic Gardens (1.1 mi/1.8 km)
Sydney Opera House (3.9 mi/6.2 km)
Bondi Beach (4.6 mi/7.4 km)
Audiovisual equipment and cell phone rental
Business center with fax, secretarial service, and copying
High-speed Internet access (fees apply)
Wheel chair access
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This hotel was a big surprise. Not your average Hilton. Not that Hiltons are average, but this was a most sophisticated hotel with five star service. Its location could not have been better, unless you have to have a close up view of the Opera
House- for that stay at the Four Seasons, but you will fork out a lot more dough that you could have spent at the marvelous shopping in walking distance of the Hilton. Directly across the street is the QVB, Queen Victoria Building, a site worth visiting even if you don't have the dollars to spend at Versace. The room's amenities were very pleasing and very European in style. All in all,I would stay there again. Nice job, Hilton. [...]
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I did not have the time to eat at the Brasserie, the hotel's highly acclaimed restaurant on site, but it looked like it a place that would have high on my list if I had. The one thing I would have liked is a few more options for late night dining. After 11PM your only choice in the hotel is room service limited to gourmet-ish pizza. Yes, 11PM is late for dinner but when you are vacation and your evening is packed with entertainment sometimes that is the only chance you get.
Review of Hilton Sydney hotel
Jul 4, 2009
HOTEL IS VERY NICE , HOTEL STAFF NOT OUTGOING. HOWEVER BREAKFEST STAFF VERY GOING