What's To Like?

Need expert help?

Teresa Nelle   Meet Teresa, one of our travel experts for Australia.


Teresa is a Certified Tahiti Travel Specialist and works with the Tahiti Tourism Board making sure her guests enjoy a fabulous holiday in Tahiti. Teresa lives on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. She's been a Travel Advisor for 20 years, specializing in tropical islands around the world but her true love is the South Pacific. Teresa has traveled throughout the South Pacific Islands and is on a first name basis with many of the resort owners. She has visited Fiji 7 times as well as Tahiti, Australia and New Zealand. Her speciality is multi-country holidays. Her agency, Luxury Hideaways, is rated A+ with the Hawaii Better Business Bureau.




We'll Match Any Price

We have access to virtually every travel special out there. Our agents make a commission from the travel wholesalers, same as every other agent or online travel site.

Why wouldn't you want a real travel expert on your side...for free?


See all our Australia vacation packages.



Share on Facebook
Email this visual itinerary to a friend

Holiday Inn Potts Point

> > >

Holiday Inn Potts Points


 
 
 
Photo #1 of 6
       

Holiday Inn Potts Points - Holiday Inn Potts Point. Copyright IHG.

Surrounded by popular street cafes and bars, Holiday Inn Potts Point is where you want to be when you next visit Sydney.



See thumbnails of all photos for this point of interest.

Overview



Holiday Inn Potts Point boasts stunning harbour views and features contemporary rooms in a friendly and casual atmosphere. What makes us unique is our location – right in the hub of Sydney's cafe and dining precinct and only five minutes from the heart of the city, this area has it all. Holiday Inn Potts Point offers you everything you are looking for in Sydney, only footsteps away.

One stop on the adjacent underground train takes you right into the city centre and via the cross city tunnel you can bypass city traffic and arrive in Darling Harbour's entertainment precinct in just 5 minutes or gain fast, easy access to the Harbour Bridge and tunnel, taking you north. Grab a beach towel and a 15 minute drive lands you on famous Bondi Beach. Soak up the sights of Sydney from one of our rooms with harbour views.

Host your function in one of our 5 naturally lit meeting rooms and use the 24-hour Business Centre to prepare your presentation. Stay in touch with high speed internet in your comfortable Guest room. The hotel is a 25 minute taxi or train ride from Sydney Airport, and there's secure parking if you're arriving by car.

Sample Kings Cross' lively nightlife or head down to the harbour and take a stroll to see iconic Sydney Opera House beautifully illuminated in the evening. If you need inspiration, ask our helpful staff to recommend their favourite local attractions. Our Kids Stay and Eat Free program makes Holiday Inn Potts Point Sydney a good value choice for family breaks.

You can work out at the in-house gym, which offers a variety of cardio and weights equipment. Mingle with friends in Sirocco Bar and indulge in modern Mediterranean cuisine in the restaurant.

Google Reviews



About Google Reviews: recently Google has converted their review system to require reviewers to have a proper, identifiable Google+ profile. This is a good thing, as it tends to cut down on bad reviews, both from people unwilling to stand behind their comments and fake positive reviews from the businesses themselves. Old, pre-Google+ reviews are still in the system, and will appear below as written by "A Google User". More info from Google is here.


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
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

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
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

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
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

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
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

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
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):