- Sir Stamford Circular Quay (Sydney)
Sir Stamford Circular Quay
country: Australia, city: Sydney (City)
Sir Stamford Circular Quay Surrounded by the Royal Botanic Gardens and regularly awarded for its outstanding service and facilities, the hotel offers spacious accommodation and comprehensive services combined with the meticulous attention to detail.
Sir Stamford Circular Quay is placed just 5 minutes from the Opera House, Botanical Gardens, Circular Quay ferry, and day cruise departure point. The property is at a walk able distance to the shopping and historical Rocks area. Some great, trendy restaurants are on the way to the Opera House.
Guests are offered a choice of 105 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites that open onto Juliette Balconies, Harbour, Circular Quay or the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Guests can dine at the elegantly appointed venue with Macquarie Street frontage, which serves modern Australian cuisine in an intimate atmosphere.
Sir Stamford Circular Quay offers you conference facilities to organise your meetings and seminars. In addition, an outdoor heated pool and sundeck, a fully equipped gymnasium as well as sauna are also available at the premises.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Baby sitting service
Outdoor swimming pool
Parking facilities (at cost)
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities
- 12 km to the nearest Airport (Sydney)
93 Macquarie Street
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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