Set on the site of Sydney’s first hospital is the newest addition to the vibrant restaurant scene in The Rocks, Scarlett Restaurant. This unique combination of heritage charm and the latest in modern appointments brings together two beautiful styles into one outstanding dining venue. Soft leather seating and history-filled stonework give Scarlett Restaurant an ambiance like no other restaurant in Sydney. Dine in the privacy of our private dining room, or enjoy the warm atmosphere of the main restaurant, opening up onto historic Nurses Walk. Fine dining steeped in history is brought to life again at Scarlett Restaurant, the oldest new restaurant in Sydney. Serving breakfast lunch and dinner daily. Scarlett Restaurant is available for exclusive use for a private dinner, cocktail party or intimate wedding venue within the heart of the Rocks, Sydney.
- Breakfast: 6:30 AM - 10:00 AM (Monday - Friday), 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Saturday and Sunday)
- Lunch: Closed daily
- Dinner: 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM daily
Scarlett Sydney Harbour Restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy local cuisine in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere.Eric's Bar
Eric's Bar is located on the ground floor of the hotel. Incorporating the charm of its heritage past, combined with the latest in world-leading design and international service, why not step in for a freshly-made espresso. You could relax with friends over a glass of specialty wine and perhaps enjoy something from the delicious menu. Eric's Bar specializes in boutique wines sourced from around the globe and is the heart of The Harbour Rocks Hotels. Sophisticated, private, welcoming and beautiful, Eric's Bar is deigned for every kind of traveler.Creperie Suzette
Harbour Rocks Hotel has transformed what was once an antique souvenir shop into a vintage-inspired, French creperie. With interiors styled by Sibella Court, crepe hot plates broguht in from Paris and Double Roasters coffee beans from Marrickville, Creperie Suzette is an artisans go-to for quality galettes, crepes and coffee in a rustic setting in the heart of The Rocks. Creperie Suzette has seven savory and seven sweet crepes to choose from and all of the ingredients are sourced from local suppliers. Buckwheat flour is used for the batter, maximizing taste and nutritional content, and Pepe Saya butter, free range eggs and hand-harvested sea salt make up the remaining core batter ingredients. Garden Terrace
A true oasis set amongst the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s historical Rocks precinct is the Harbour Rocks Hotel private Garden Terrace.
The Syndey Harbour BridgeClimb is the most sought after Sydney attraction. It takes you along the upper span of the arch on catwalks and ladders all the way to the summit, 134 meters above Sydney Harbour. Don’t miss out of this incredible Sydney adventure. The Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb is a 3 ½ hour guided tour to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. In groups of up to 14 people, you’ll be led by one of the climb leaders on an adventure you will never forget. The steady incline to the summit leaves you free to focus your attention on the amazing view of the city, with opportunities to witness 360 degree views of the surrounding suburbs.Art Gallery of NSW
Established in 1874, the Art Gallery of NSW is proud to present fine international and Australian art in one of the most beautiful art museums in the world. They aim to be a place of experience and inspiration, through their collection, exhibitions, programs and research. Modern and contemporary works are displayed in expansive, light-filled spaces, offering stunning views of Sydney and the harbour.Harbour Bridge Pylon Look Out
Just a short walk from the Harbour Rocks Hotel you can access the Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon look out to experience stunning views.The Rocks Market
What makes a great market? If it’s about passionate people selling things you want to buy in a pretty cool location then The Rocks Markets is one of Sydney’s greatest. You know The Rocks is on the doorstep of the CBD, but it’s slower here, and infinitely more charming. And, really, who wants to rush when there’s so much to take in. Where else can you buy dresses and bags designed by the stallholder, one-off jewelery, original artworks and prints, in a place where you can feel the sun on your face and catch glimpses of our gorgeous harbour?
A short walk from the hotel, the Museum of Contemporary Art was established to fulfill the museum aspect of the visionary bequest of Australian expatriate artist John Power (1881 – 1943).