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Holiday Inn Darling Harbour Sydney

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Holiday Inn Darling Harbour


 
 
 
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The Holiday Inn Darling Harbour is well located at the southern end of Sydney's premier entertainment precinct. The very best of Sydney's shopping, sightseeing and attractions are all within easy access of the hotel. Getting around town is made easy with the local free shuttle service that operates down George Street regularly throughout the day. Enjoy the very best of Sydney as to offer.



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Overview



Stay at the contemporary Holiday Inn Sydney Darling Harbour hotel in the city's popular entertainment district.
The contemporary, heritage-style Holiday Inn Sydney Darling Harbour is a former 1890s wool store in the heart of Sydney's cosmopolitan Darling Harbour. You'll find us opposite Sydney Entertainment Centre music venue, steps from bustling Chinatown and Cockle Bay Wharf. You can hop on a shuttle service to arrive from Sydney Airport, 8km away.

You can whizz around the city centre on the efficient Monorail and Light Rail from the nearby stop at Paddy's Markets, where you'll bag discount clothing and souvenirs. Marvel at sealife through a glass-bottomed boat at Sydney Aquarium, a 10-minute walk away, and take in the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House on a harbour cruise.

Our location on the city-side of Darling Harbour means it's a breeze to get to the Central Business District, 500 metres away, and Circular Quay, 1km away. It's less than a 10-minute stroll to meetings at big companies like PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Nestlé, Telstra and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Events at the huge Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre are 5 minutes on foot from Holiday Inn Sydney Darling Harbour.



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Review date:   December 6, 2017 12:31PM
 
Review:   Nice hotel staff , extremely friendly. Rooms were pretty clean and staff was responsive to issues that came up. Rooms are pretty small in this older hotel. Also, be careful how many devices you plug in, there appears to be only one electrical circuit for the entire room. Bathroom was very small and the top of my head rubbed the ceiling in the shower. I am 6 feet tall for reference. I would stay here again, but I think there are some things a traveler should keep in mind, as noted above.
 
Author:   Max Alexander
 
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Review date:   December 4, 2017 11:20PM
 
Review:   The Grace is one hotel you have to visit at least once before you die.... The service food and reception is second to none.... I felt like a superstar whilst I was there.
 
Author:   Brett Plowman
 
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Review date:   November 22, 2017 7:03AM
 
Review:   Great location, especially if you're joining a cruise at the nearby passenger terminal. However rooms are pretty dated and lack modern requirements like power outlets at the bedside tables for charging phones and tablets etc. Bathroom can be cramped and shower water pressure in our room was weak and difficult to adjust for temp. However I was staying while on business, so I didnt spend much time in the room. Rooftop deck and pool is the centrepiece of the property, giving fantastic views over circular quay and to the bridge. Prices can seem astronomical for the basic, old rooms, but you're paying really for location.
 
Author:   Dylan R
 
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Review date:   November 19, 2017 8:05PM
 
Review:   If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... Great location in the Rocks and close to the waterfront / opera house and bridge. Lovely friendly staff. Rooms are basic but clean and satisfactory. Restaurant food is good and very reasonably priced. Good WiFi. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel for all the reasons given.
 
Author:   Stacy Monroe
 
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Review date:   November 12, 2017 2:57PM
 
Review:   Great location in the Rocks and close to the waterfront / opera house and bridge. Lovely friendly staff. Rooms are basic but clean and satisfactory. Restaurant food is good and very reasonably priced. Good WiFi. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel for all the reasons given.
 
Author:   Alistair Mackenzie
 
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