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Three great stays in Sydney

<a href="http://www.twitter.com/jamesdraven" target="_blank">James Draven</a>

James Draven

13 Mar 2016

 

We bring you three of our favourite places to stay in Sydney, each suited to your holiday style…

Something a bit special: Pier One Sydney Harbour

For the ultimate waterfront wow-factor, treat yourself and you partner to a stay in one of Pier One’s amazing suites.

This really is the quintessential Australian experience, encapsulated in a selection of chic suites, boasting close-up views of Sydney Harbour Bridge, vintage funfair Luna Park, and glimpses of that iconic Opera House, a perfect location for watching those New Year fireworks.

Located in the heart of Sydney, in Walsh Bay, you’ll have everything on your doorstep, from the bustling Circular Quay to the pubs and markets of The Rocks… if you can drag yourself away from your room, that is.

You won’t have to go far for fine dining though, the head chef at Pier One’s on-site restaurant, The Gantry, used to be on staff to cook up the Beckhams’ meals for them. OK, that just means posh salads for her, and burgers for him, but you can expect something a bit more haute cuisine on this menu… and, yes, you can have the food delivered to your room if you still can’t tear yourself away from those views. Highly recommended.

For more information, visit: www.pieronesydneyharbour.com.au

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