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Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour

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Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour

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Welcome to Sydney's largest hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour. With 630 rooms including 45 suites, you can enjoy simple comforts and stellar convenience at the best location in Sydney. You're gonna love it here!

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Make Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour your base for exploring this sizzling city down under. Whether you're here for work or play, you'll love our great location, close to popular tourist spots and major corporate offices. Check out the live shark feeds at Sydney Aquarium, stroke a possum at Sydney Wildlife World, or explore Sydney's Maritime history at the National Maritime Museum – all just steps from our door.

If retail therapy is more your speed, visit any one of the major shopping districts including Pitt Street Mall, Queen Victoria Building, and Chinatown located just a short walk away. Need directions? Ask our award-winning concierge team.

We are also close to public transport, so you'll have no trouble getting around. Catch a train from Town Hall Station or the monorail from Darling Harbour Station or take a ferry from outside Sydney Aquarium. You'll see Sydney in no time. The Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre is only a 10-minute walk away.

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Review date:   May 9, 2018 2:37AM
Review:   Call it a luxury hotel but the finish product is poor. Every door in my room was squeaky and felt cheap. Maybe I expected more as the hotel lobby looks great but the rooms very average. Every time I stepped out of this nice lobby, no one ever cared to ask if you needed a taxi even though I was just standing there looking around, so I just ended up walking out to the street and getting one myself. I think they could do much better at this 'luxury 5 star hotel'. You do get a nice view of Darling Harbour.
Author:   Patrick Yiu
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 1, 2018 11:25AM
Review:   Lovely breakfast at the Club area. They kindly warmed my leftovers for me there while I worked. Good food and variety in the morning. Wish there were more snacks during the day. Rooms have sufficient curtain coverage for people sensitive to light. The rooms are pleasantly decorated and the bed comfortable. Mini fridge is a bit small but other than that the stay was delightful.
Author:   Mackenzie Plowman
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 27, 2018 12:34AM
Review:   I recently decided to spend the night at Hyatt Regency with my wife to mark our 43rd wedding anniversary and to witness Vivid 2018 festivities. Location is fantastic - close to Town Hall train station and a stone's throw away from Darling Harbour. Our room was immaculately clean and hotel surroundings were well-maintained. But the real treat was the friendly service from the helpful valet parking attendants, very friendly front desk staff, and very cordial, respectful but very articulate customer service staff. Godwilling, my wife and I will do it again for many years to come.
Author:   Ruben Gange
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Review date:   April 15, 2018 6:04AM
Review:   Stayed here for work for 4 nights in April. I had a King room facing the car park or whatever it was. The King bed seemed to be comprised of two king singles. It wasn't 100% comfortable. The Zephyr bar was cool and Darling Harbour looked great at night from there. Breakfast choices were varied and everything I ate was quite tasty. Overall not a reasonable experience.
Author:   Tom Emery
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Review date:   April 23, 2018 7:32AM
Review:   Dinner was great. Good consistent service from staff. Very welcoming. Food was on par. Although a higher variety would be preferable, for the cost it's was spot on. Nice good views too.
Author:   Noel Maravillas
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