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Quest Potts Point

Quest Potts Point Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Everything about the 70 rooms in the chic Quest Potts Point hotel is luxurious, but small. Bright, stylish rooms have mirrored surfaces to create the illusion of more space, cool striped chairs, and tiny, but very functional, kitchenettes. Bathrooms are floor-to-ceiling marble but aren't entirely private due to fogged glass doors. One perk here is the rooftop terrace, full of seating for taking in the views, and the location in the King's Cross area is great for experiencing the bohemian culture and nightlife of Sydney. Overall, this property provides great value for guests who value aesthetics over square footage.
Park 8 Hotel

Park 8 Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Park 8 offers hip, apartment-style rooms in Sydney's Central Business District. The 36 rooms have 60s-inspired, minimalist decor, as well as kitchenettes with mini-fridges and electric kettles. The rooms are large, and go up in price from standard to the deluxe to the loft room, a two-level space with lots of light. Bathrooms are bright and sleek with vessel sinks, and some have free-standing tubs. The location of the hotel is fantastic for seeing Sydney, and the price is usually fair.
Quality Hotel Cambridge Sydney

Quality Hotel Cambridge Sydney Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Quality Hotel Cambridge is a mid-range chain hotel in Surry Hills, near government buildings and to the immediate southeast of the Central Business District. The decor is modern, with pops of bright color, and most rooms have ample space. In addition to modern bathrooms , some rooms have kitchenettes and small dining areas, while all have electric kettles . An additional perk here is the large indoor pool and Jacuzzi under a massive skylight. The hotel has one restaurant, but with Oxford and George Streets nearby, there is plenty to eat, drink, and do just outside the hotel.
Pensione Hotel Sydney

Pensione Hotel Sydney Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located on the fringe of the Chinatown district, this upper-middle-range, 72-room boutique has a historic facade and modern interiors. Each of the 68 rooms are small but clean and filled with character; they feature crisp white bedding, whimsical prints, and flat-screen TVs. Sleek bathrooms offer stall showers complete with rainforest showerheads. One big perk here is the guest lounge with comfy seating, a small kitchenette, computers for guest use, vending machines, and laundry facilities. It's a small property, so guests shouldn't expect much else in the way of amenities.
Ibis Sydney King Street Wharf

Ibis Sydney King Street Wharf Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 91-room Ibis Sydney King Street Wharf is a centrally located mid-range hotel with a sleeker look than many of the other properties under the Ibis umbrella. The air-conditioned rooms in a cool grey color palette are modern, and have writing desks, mini-fridges, and electric kettles, though some are on the small side and show a bit of wear. The common area amenities are limited and all cost extra -- expect hefty fees for Internet, breakfast, and parking. Potential guests may want to compare rates at the more upscale 1888 Hotel nearby, which has free Wi-Fi and a trendier atmosphere.
Ibis Sydney World Square

Ibis Sydney World Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Tucked away amongst shops in the southern reaches of Sydney's Central Business District, the Ibis Sydney World Square is a mid-range, 166-room hotel that provides clean but basic rooms at reasonable prices. Amenities include a small gym, a locker room for luggage storage, and coin-operated laundry facilities. There's also a restaurant where a daily breakfast buffet is served for a fee. Wi-Fi costs extra, although charging for Internet is a standard practice in Sydney hotels.
Altamont Hotel Sydney

Altamont Hotel Sydney Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This Colonial mansion turned nightclub turned boutique hotel has a rock 'n roll history, having been frequented by celebrities like Madonna and the Rolling Stones back when it was known as Cauldron Nightclub. The building has a slightly industrial feel, with exposed concrete floors, though wood furnishings help give it a homier vibe. The lobby lounge features a pool table and comfortable sofas, as well as conveniences like a toaster and hotplate (the hotel does offer a free daily breakfast as well). The 13 rooms at the Altamont are basic, with some visible wear and tear and dingy bathrooms (the exposed showers make it hard not to flood the rest of the bathroom with water). They are reasonably clean, though, and have large flat-screen TVs and mini-fridges. Business travelers may also want to look elsewhere, as there is no restaurant, business center, or fitness room here, and Wi-Fi, though free, is unreliable. It's a decent value option for visitors looking to be close to the Kings Cross nightlife scene.
Sydney Harbour YHA

Sydney Harbour YHA Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Popular with backpackers, the Sydney Harbour YHA is a budget-friendly hostel with both dorms and private rooms. Each clean room or dorm has its own bathroom with a modern walk-in shower, and guests get access to extensive facilities including an enormous kitchen, coin-operated laundry room, theater with selection of DVDs, and rooftop terrace with lounge chairs and regular, inexpensive barbecues. It's in a central -- but expensive -- area, so guests on strict budgets may prefer to cook their meals on-site. Wi-Fi, while not free, is cheap. For a hostel, this property is clean, inviting, and has a touch of style that other hostels seriously lack.

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Locations

  • Brighton le Sands
  • Central Business District
  • Circular Quay
  • Darling Harbour
  • Darlinghurst
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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