Sydney is the oldest, largest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and is in fact the world’s most livable and beautiful cities. It is famous for its history, art, culture, nature, fashion and miles of ocean coastline and sandy beaches. It is the home of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge which are the two most iconic structures on the planet. The major attractions of Sydney are Bondi Beech which is Sydney’s famous beech for all the activities including eating, walking, surfing and swimming, the Manly ferry which leaves from Circular Quay after every 30 minutes, Sydney Olympic Park which is the home of 2000 Olympic games, Parramatta which is Sydney’s second CBD associated with shopping, eating and history. The transport infrastructure of the city is greatly improved and the rash of waterside apartments and hotels added themselves to the skyline. The city spends $200 million every year to beautify and improve the public squares and parks, city streets and licensing laws. Sydney has now the vigour of a world-class city.
Blue Hotel Sydney
It is a luxury business hotel, an old finger wharf extending over the water of Woolloomooloo, surrounded by docked vessels. It gives a prime view of the city, the marina and the landmarks on the harbour. Guests can enjoy the spectacular views of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Shopping District, Central Business and the harbour. The hotels unique timber heritage blend seamlessly with stylish modern ambience and offers its guests a stylish, warm, engaging and fun experience. It gives its guests a choice of 100 charming rooms. The rooms are of loft style with many splits and with vast and sumptuous king beds. The décor is maximalist which is an odd and a memorable choice. The services of the hotel are ultra modern and include broadband internet for the comfort of the business travelers. Its semi-formal Italian restaurant, Otto serves the best Italian food over the marina. The wharf is not only devoted to hotel but it is also a luxury apartment as well as an entertainment complex.
InterContinental Hotel Sydney
Guests of this hotel will be close not only to the Opera House but also Royal Botanic gardens, harbour and art gallery of New South Wales. The hotel is located in Sydney’s cultural and financial districts and is only a short walk away from the ferries of Circular Quay. The Toranga Zoo is just minutes from the hotel and the Sydney airport is just 7 miles away. The hotel provides a variety of public transportation for the convenience of the customers. The hotel offer rooms with cable and satellite television channels, minibar, coffee/tea makers and window seats. The other amenities of the hotel include state of the art gym, swimming pool and massage services blends 19th century architecture with contemporary style and is distinguished by the façade of 1851 Treasury Building. The guestroom discovers the outstanding services and facilities of the hotel from the panoramic views afforded by the fitness facilities and indoor swimming to the rooftop lounge of the Club to the fantastic dining venues of Cortile, Café Opera, and Etch. It gives the fun-filled gateway to host the business events, weddings and other occasions.