Center of Sydney – Four Seasons Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is a luxury hotel in the center of Sydney. The hotel is resides between the cobblestone laneways of The Rocks, the ferry wharves of Circular Quay and the bustling business district. Because of its views over Sydney Harbour and iconic landmarks, the hotel is the perfect place to stay for your next luxury trip to Sydney.

Lounge | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Lounge | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Center of Sydney

Situated in the heart of Sydney, the Fours Seasons Hotel’s interior matches the vibrancy of the city itself. The hotel offers 531 rooms and suites decorated in a luxurious contemporary style. Due to the hotel’s location, you can look out your window and see the sunrise over the Royal Botanic Gardens or the Sydney Opera House. There are 5 different types of rooms, but each offers a level of extravagance that surpasses expectations.

Also within the hotel, you will find a gym and a spa offering complimentary workout gear, water and a sauna room. Among the 6 treatment rooms the spa offers, you are able to enjoy a range of all-Australian treatments. The hotel offers Sydney’s largest heated outdoor pool in a triangular shape!

Lobby | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Lobby | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Living Space | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Living Space | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Bathroom | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Bathroom | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Bedroom | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Bedroom | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

Around Sydney

Although there is much to do within the hotel’s walls, Sydney offers endless opportunities to experience the famous city. Venture to the markets in the center of the Pacific Rim to explore the world’s third largest fish market. Then, discover numerous places to enjoy food, fashion and fun at The Rocks Markets.

If you’re more of an adventure seeker, sign up to scale new heights on the BridgeClimb where you will climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge! Just a short walk from the hotel, you can time your climb to take place during the day or at night, twilight or dawn. You could also hang ten at Australia’s famous Bondi Beach. For the more relaxed traveler, experience a night at the famed Sydney Opera House. Not an opera fan? Not a problem! The Sydney Opera House is also home to the Australian Ballet and Sydney’s Dance and Theatre companies. Can’t find a show that peaks your interest? Just take a tour of the opera house then lounge at “the best beer garden in the world” known as the waterfront Opera Kitchen and Opera Bar.

Sydney Harbour Bridge | Photo Credit: BridgeClimb Sydney

Sydney Harbour Bridge | Photo Credit: BridgeClimb Sydney

Bondi Beach | Photo Credit: Destination Tourism Australia

Bondi Beach | Photo Credit: Destination Tourism Australia

Sydney Opera House | Photo Credit: Destination Tourism Australia

Sydney Opera House | Photo Credit: Destination Tourism Australia

Sydney’s Foodie Scene

Since Sydney is located on the harbour, waterfront dining is a beloved activity around Sydney. If you love seafood, take a quick flight to Palm Beach and grab a bite at Doyles on Watsons Bay. This spot is one of Australia’s oldest seafood restaurants. Alternatively, you could stay local and enjoy a quick bite and a drink at the Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney’s bar GRAIN. GRAIN celebrates the fine craft of drinking with a neighborhood bar atmosphere.

GRAIN | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

GRAIN | Photo Credit: Four Seasons Image Gallery

New to the Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney is Mode Kitchen & Bar. This latest addition to the Sydney dining scene is a celebration of seasonal cooking, classic cocktails and polished service in a welcoming 1920s-inspired setting. The menu focuses on flavor and technique, using seasonal ingredients sourced from only the best producers. Also, there is an extensive wine menu focuses on Australian wines alongside the best from the rest of the world. Mode Kitchen & Bar is the perfect place for the foodie traveler to experience fine dining in Sydney.

Entrance | Photo Credit: Mode Kitchen & Bar

Entrance | Photo Credit: Mode Kitchen & Bar

Cuisine | Photo Credit: Mode Kitchen & Bar

Cuisine | Photo Credit: Mode Kitchen & Bar

Explore Australia’s oldest wine region located just 2 hours outside of Sydney. The Hunter Valley offers door-to-door tours beginning in the early morning and ending around dinner. These tours include lunch, private visits to several wineries, cheese tasting and a chance to gift shop. A relaxed wine tour is perfect for a food fanatic.

Wine Spread | Photo Credit: Mount'N Beach Safaris

Wine Spread | Photo Credit: Mount’N Beach Safaris

The Hunter Valley | Photo Credit: Mount'N Beach Safaris

The Hunter Valley | Photo Credit: Mount’N Beach Safaris

Accommodation Features:

  • 531 rooms and suites elegantly decorated in a contemporary style
  • Views of the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney Harbour and Sydney Opera House
  • Two-line telephones, data port/modern hookup, high-speed Internet access and a large safe
  • Fitness facilities with complimentary water, use of workout gear and locker rooms
  • Sydney’s largest outdoor heated pool with Cabana restaurant
  • Spa with 6 treatment rooms offering a range of all-Australian treatments

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