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Stylish Stays: Sydney Harbour Marriot


Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel

Without a doubt one of Sydney’s most impressive hotels, Sydney Marriot Harbour Hotel is central Sydney at its very best. Fusing stylish comfort with a prime location and a sweeping, elegant entrance, that comes complete with a library in its lobby, the Sydney Marriot Harbour Hotel is an excellent option for anyone wanting to stay in the heart of the city, without wanting to spend the premium prices that so often go hand-in-hand with such central locales. Having undergone a $15 million refurbishment in recent years, the hotel boasts the 120-seat Silvester’s – a restaurant named after a former butchery that once occupied the hotel’s site, as well as a cafe-bar, Three Bottle Man, which has alfresco dining options, and Custom’s House Bar, a go-to destination for many of Sydney’s city workers.


If you’re looking for a prime city-centre location, it doesn’t get much better than Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel. Located just a stone’s throw from Sydney’s stunning harbour, it’s a short stroll to the Opera House, the cobbled walkways of The Rocks, and cultural hotspot the Museum of Contemporary Art. Would-be shoppers are also within easy access of Pitt Street Mall, and nature lovers are a 15-minute walk from the city’s beautiful botanical gardens.

Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel


With almost 600 bedrooms and 52 suites available to guests, the Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel is by no means a boutique hotel. But with sumptuous beds, unrivalled views of the sparkling Opera House and harbour, a well-stocked mini-bar and ample space, the rooms are certainly a highlight of the hotel. The rooms are all air-conditioned – which makes all the difference in a city as predisposed to warmer climes as Sydney, and the bathrooms are generous in size and spotlessly clean.

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Near-by Bookshops

Sydney’s central business district has a wealth of bookshops to choose from, with one of the most popular being Kinokuniya. A Japanese bookstore chain first founded in Tokyo in 1927, it’s said to be Australia’s largest bookstore and has boundless books to choose from. With over 300,000 titles in English, Japanese, Chinese, French and German, an in-store Art Gallery and a tasty patisserie, this light-filled bookstore is a haven for literature lovers, and the perfect place to while away a bookish afternoon.

Useful information about Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel


30 Pitt Street, Sydney CBD, Sydney 2000


Located in the bustling heart of the city, Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay welcomes guests with superb service, luxury amenities and an ideal location. Guests are near Circular Quay’s dining, fashion and entertainment hot spots, as well as some of Australia’s top attractions; Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, The Rocks and Hyde Park.


Rooms at the Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel start at $260 per night.

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