"The Famous Coathanger and Sails and a Spectacular Harbour"
One of the most Picturesque Cities in the world
Sydney Accommodation is World Class. There is much talk about New York - Paris - London and Rome's accommodation. Well! Sydney is right up there with the best and sometimes in front of the rest of the world. Australians do like the best and they like to offer the best, and SO WE DO. There are World Class Hotels, Serviced Apartments and First Class Holiday Accommodation in Sydney, not to mention the Luxury Bed and Breakfast, Beachside Apartments, Motels, Classic Pubs and Backpacking Hostels.
When you are visiting Sydney on business, you are able to stay in a variety of accommodation. Sydney is a fantastic city to explore with your overseas guests, business associates or Aussie friends. Enjoy luncheon at one of the dozens of city and waterfront restaurants or grab a pie'n'peas at Harry's Café De Wheels. Visit the Circular Quay waterfront and the Sydney Opera House or take a walk through the historical The Rocks quarter.
How to get into Sydney: The airport is only a few kilometres from the city with direct train and bus links running every five minutes to Central Station. There are also other various means of arriving at your selected accommodation, private chaffeur driven hire car, rent-a-car and taxi.
There is all manner of transport in Sydney to get you around. Your hotel concierge has access to taxi's to the door and can arrange for a chauffeur driven hire car which are very popular in Sydney.
For the sightseers the Red and Blue Explorer Buses are handy and great value for money. There are also metropolitan buses and trains. From accommodation to shopping, jump on a city tram or the city circle monorail, that's great fun. Walking is also good and you will find a lot to see in a short space!
Sydney is surrounded with things to do and see and often only a short distance from your city or inner suburbs accommodation. Visit the Opera House, The Botanical Gardens and Mrs. Macquarie's Chair. Take The Harbour Bridge Walk across the top of our famous 'coat hanger' where the views are spectacular and explore the Tank Stream under the city. Jump on a ferry at Circular Quay and go to Manly or get a bus to Bondi to shop and while there have a swim in the surf. Visit the Zoo, have lunch on top of the world in one of the revolving restaurants and that is only for starters.
There are tours to just about everywhere including the Blue Mountains or the wine country in the Hunter Valley.
Accommodation is plentiful and Sydney welcomes millions visitors every year, and any time of the year is a beautiful time to come.