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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney - Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. Copyright Four Seasons Hotel Sydney.

Stunningly situated overlooking Sydney Harbour in the historic Rocks district, a short walk from the city's shopping and business centres, Four Seasons is vibrant and elegant, with dramatic harbourfront views and a luxurious day spa featuring exclusive skincare and aromatherapy treatments.

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Chic and cosmopolitan, with a dynamic sense of diversity, Sydney is one of the world's great capitals. The city was founded in 1788 when a fleet of 11 ships arrived in Australia from England with a contingent of convicts and free settlers. They came ashore at Sydney Cove, now known as Circular Quay and the site of Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. Successive waves of immigrants from many countries have had a defining influence on the culture and personality of the city, now with a population of over four million people.

As a business centre, Sydney is the driving force of Australia and an important hub of the Asian-Pacific region. For recreation, the city pulses with a vibrant social scene and inspiring possibilities for outdoor adventure. Few cities of such urban sophistication can also claim 37 beautiful beaches. Legendary Bondi Beach is an easy 20-minute drive from downtown.

Four Seasons is situated in the oldest and most desirable area of Sydney – the historic district of The Rocks. Lined with cobblestoned streets, the neighbourhood offers fascinating shops, a weekend market, outdoor cafés, and galleries of Aboriginal arts and crafts. Nearby, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, tropical flowers bloom in the heart of the city. The Hotel is just a short walk from major shopping and business areas, and is equally close to great museums, theatres and the Sydney Opera House. Ferries whisk you across the water to key attractions, such as Taronga Park Zoo and the renowned Sydney Aquarium.

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Review date:   February 4, 2018 1:05AM
Review:   Actually the hotel was so old. But I love here atmosphere. That's really classic.All staff are gentle and friendly! Especially Myron is very nice person ever I met. The hotel gave us special Chocolate (Harbour bridge model chocolate). I was so surprised and touched. Thank you Myron so much for treating us gently ! The hotel is exquisite.I love their spectacular views. You can see opera and Harbour bridge at the same time.
Author:   Blair Jang
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Review date:   January 23, 2018 4:57AM
Review:   Overall it was very good. The hotel is quite old and showing its age somewhat but everything still works when you want it to so the age doesn't matter. Probably the best located hotel for tourists. The swimming pool is the best in Sydney. They have a hot pool (hot tub size) and a cold pool (huge). The cold pool is heated still so some people will find it warm. I found it perfect as I could swim around a lot and not get to cold or to hot. The service was very good when we used it but we are low maintenance so didn't test them much. We found the room keeping to be a bit inconsistent and sometimes annoying. Things like coiling up my charger cables into a loop were annoying. Forgetting to give my son a bathrobe after two days of giving us one. Not putting the cigar pillows on our bed for the last 2 nights. Just little things. I also couldn't find a "list of services/amenities" books that most hotels have. I'd like to have known how much laundry costs and how to request different pillows etc. I prefer not to call the desk for every little trivial question I have. I gave 5 stars because I emailed ahead and asked for a tiny view of the Opera House from my City view room and they said it wasn't possible because the hotel was booked. However when we arrived they had given us exactly what I'd requested. Made our stay that much better.
Author:   Daniel Prosser
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Review date:   January 8, 2018 1:31PM
Review:   Finally cleaned those gorgeous crystal chandeliers in the lobby! Climate control still leaks cold damp air on upper floors, worse on the hottest day in Australian history. But the room materials and finishes are still memorable and classic, not dated in any way. Breakfast service is nice, but frosted glass panels in dining area feel claustrophobic and cut off the viewing potential of the magnificent lobby and its various overlooks above. Location is excellent, only slight luggage incline from train stop.
Author:   R G
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Review date:   January 19, 2018 11:08AM
Review:   The hotel is exquisite. The staff are amazing and extremely accommodating. Anything you need, you can easily ring housekeeping, room service or visit the concierge in person. They go above and beyond to provide you with maos and detailed directions on how to get to certain points. Their recommendations are always great and you'll love talking with them about anything.
Author:   Joe Henchenski
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Review date:   December 3, 2017 5:09PM
Review:   Five stars, just what you’d expect from a four seasons. The hotel is outstanding. The rooms are very luxurious, and the views are great. The staff was super friendly. And, the hotel is within walking distance to many places such as restaurants and local tourist sites. I’m sure this place can be pricey, but I was able to get a pretty good deal. You just have to look around.
Author:   Jeff P
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