What To Expect in Sydney

Any trip to here must pay homage to the architectural marvel that is the Opera House. The acoustics within are just as stunning, so set time aside to catch a show. Nearby, the Harbour Bridge awaits urban adventurers wanting an expedition with BridgeClimb Sydney. The vertigo-inducing views are well worth conquering your fears for.

To find out more about Sydney, check the travel guide below but first make sure you book the best boutique hotel!

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Sydney

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.5, 245 reviews)
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Located in a beautifully restored heritage former convent, Little Albion Guest House boasts a north-facing rooftop garden/terrace, sunken lounge, 2 un ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.5, 190 reviews)
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Spicers Potts Point is situated in Sydney, 1.1 miles from Circular Quay. Guests can enjoy a drink in the guest bar, breakfast in the garden courtyard ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.3, 968 reviews)
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Just 5 minutes’ walk from Sydney’s iconic Darling Harbour, Ovolo 1888 is a restored heritage building offering modern hotel with free WiFi and acc ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.3, 1 reviews)
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Boasting a combination of modern, urban and a 1960s style, Citadines Connect Sydney Airport is located within a 2-minute drive from Sydney Domestic Ai ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.3, 569 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Sydney – and a guest favourite. Situated in Sydney, Mrs Banks Hotel features free WiFi. Conveniently situated in the Padding ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.2, 858 reviews)
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Situated in central Sydney, 2,300 feet from the Capitol Theatre. The hotel has a sun terrace and a bar where guests can enjoy an evening drink. Darlin ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 8.9, 324 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Sydney.Offering stylish rooms with an iPad2, an Apple TV and a BOSE sound system, this boutique hotel is in the Sydney CBD (Ce ...

Taronga Zoo introduces you to local animals...cuddly Koalas, Australian sea lions, and Aussie icon - the kangaroo! Explore Aboriginal and Islander art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. If fashion is your kind of art, head to 'The Intersection.' A quick ferry ride to Manly gives you a chance to show off those surfing skills. There's plenty of action on dry land as well - shopping and lounging in the sunshine can occupy your day. Bondi beach is another chart-topper for sun-chasers and surfers. With world-class chefs and innovative menus, eating out in Sydney is a feast for the senses. Ask your hosts at the Sydney Boutique Hotel that you’re staying at for recommendations. You can’t go wrong with a meal at Potts Point or Surry Hills eateries. Try Modern Australian food like perfectly pink spiced wallaby and grilled kangaroo or desserts that recall a childhood memory. Meals that tease the palate and the mind will have you heading back for more!

Why You Need To Visit Sydney

Australia has an identity so distinctly its own and Sydney is a great introduction to the culture and vibe of this country. As capital of New South Wales and gateway to the rest of the country for many international travelers, the city is kitted out with all that you’d want from a holiday destination - sun, sand, great food and drink, lovely people, and some iconic buildings - not to forget the many gorgeous Boutique Hotels in Sydney that you could stay at.

Travel Information

If arriving overland from other parts of Australia, you can choose between a road trip or a train journey. Getting to Sydney from overseas involves a long haul flight for most people. Most major international carriers fly to Sydney, including Australia’s Qantas. While you might spend several hours getting here, every minute will be well worth it! To be prepared for your sightseeing tour through Sydney, check out the travel guide below: