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The Best Hotels In Sydney For Business Travelers, 2019

Sydney, Australia

There is no gainsaying that Sydney is one of the most visited cities in the world. Identified primarily with the grand Opera House, the city is much more than that and invites tourists to experience its vast expanse of the sparkling ocean, other natural features such as the famed Sydney harbor and botanical gardens, architectural marvels such as the Queen Victoria Building, and nightlife.

But, any touristic experience would be incomplete in the absence of exemplary accommodation facilities that inspire comfort. Luxury hotels, as a matter of fact, up the comfort level and provide you the ‘extra’ which everyone desires. In Sydney, there is plentiful of these hotels which are part of the major development projects taken throughout the city to attract tourism.

I am going to talk about luxury hotels in this article. Here, you will get yourself acquainted with some of the best luxury hotels which offer attractive architectural space such as at Park Hyatt Sydney, breathtaking night view of the scintillating city at Shangri-La Hotel, and proximity to prime tourist spots from Radisson Blu Plaza. All the hotels mentioned in the list will give you a fair idea of what you should expect from them in Sydney.

  1. Park Hyatt 
    Address: 7 Hickson Rd, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
    Park Hyatt is arguably the best luxury hotel in the city. Located close to a harbor and offering a splendid view of the Opera House, the hotel is known for its highly modern, minimalist interior designs that breathe opulence and are at the twilight of comfort. Its other giveaways include a rooftop swimming pool, transport connectivity, a personal balcony, and its one-of-a-kind Opera Deluxe Room.
  2. Shangri-La Hotel
    176 Cumberland St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    Located to the east of the eye-catching waterfront Barangaroo Reserve, Shangri-La Hotel stands proud and pretty in a new skin after having been renovated in 2015. Constructed with the vision of giving a ‘lighthouse’ treatment, this spectacular hotel is visible from many points on the shore.  Aside from its intriguing construction history and location, the hotel offers plenty of luxury in the form of marble-floored bathrooms, large windows, specially-designed artworks and carpets. But, the best of all is the night view of the city it provides.
  3. Four Seasons Hotel 
    Address: 199 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
    Four Seasons Hotel is a reputed chain of hotels all over the world, and its Sydney hotel is among the best it has to offer. Located in central Sydney, the hotel promises transportation convenience as many of the mainstream tourist attractions are very close to it. In addition to this, the hotel comes with an extensive landscape art of the Sydney Harbour, glittering chandeliers of all sizes, and mesmerizing view of the Harbour.
  4. InterContinental Sydney
    117 Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
    InterContinental Hotel offers you a comfortable ride to colonial history. It is one of the most popular colonial buildings in the city, having been built in 1851, and hence, you should excite yourself to see wonderful colonial designs in and out of the hotel. However, modern-day InterContinental Sydney romanticizes with the present too, with many modern-day facilities such as minimalist décor, technological assistance of all kinds, a giant swimming pool, and really fancy deluxe rooms.
  5. Westin Sydney
    1 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    The Rocks is a famous tourist area in the city where you can visit many heritage sites, and guess what, you can do all that without having to travel far from your hotel—because the Westin Sydney is very close to it. Since the locality is close to a prime commercial area, the hotel usually welcomes businesspersons or workmen. Facilities offered here include in-room massage services, restaurants serving gastronomic delights, and extra-relaxing spas.
  6. Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel
    27 O’Connell St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    Particularly famous for its triangular architectural design, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel is one of those hotels which are very close to mainstream tourist attractions, including the Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the Circular Quay. As far as its other services are concerned, you are promised a classy stay, with elegant rooms painted with metallic wallpapers and very responsive customer service.
  7. Langham Sydney
    89-113 Kent St, Millers Point NSW 2000, Australia
    If you wish to experience grand-scale luxury, then you should consider the Langham Hotel for your stay in Sydney. Once you enter this hotel, you will unfailingly notice the utterly stylish chandelier which shines in the lobby. But, this is just the beginning. For example, the hotel offers amazingly comfy beds onto which you can throw yourself and relax. There is major technological support to cater to every need of yours. Aside from this, the hotel connects you to major attractions in the Rocks.
  8. Hilton Sydney
    488 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    In case you are looking for a hotel which is centrally located and is ideal for business-related activities, then Hilton Hotel will make a great choice. Firstly, the hotel is closely connected to Bondi Beach and other locations; secondly, it features many services which are especially useful to businesspersons and workmen such as a set of 28 conference rooms. Also, there is an excellent rooftop bar called Zeta Bar, which can give you a breather from the non-stop business meetings and phone calls.
  9. QT Sydney
    49 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    QT Sydney is a great luxury hotel most famously known for its theme revolving around the men’s department shops in the 60s. You can grasp everything from that period from the hotel’s interior design, from barbershop chairs to steam rooms. In addition to this, you shall have the opportunity to dine at some of the finest restaurants in the city. Just in case you did not know, the hotel is close to many tourist places so it is basically a full-fledged, worth-all-the-money-spent package.
  10. Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park.
    161 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    Opposite Hyde Park, a tree-lined oasis in the heart of Sydney, Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park, five-star hotel is a great destination to connect while savoring our views of Hyde Park, St. Mary’s Cathedral and middle harbour. Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park is a beautiful business hotel with 558 guest rooms, including 48 suites, combine the classic with the contemporary for a stylish, comfortable feel.

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Ayushi Kushwaha
Ayushi Kushwaha, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. She’s spent more than a decade working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She writes news stories and executive profiles for the magazine’s print and online editions. Obsessed with unlocking high-impact choices to accelerate meaningful progress, she helps individuals and organizations stand out and get noticed. She can be reached on email