Excellent location and service, had a fantastic time, the pool is just a great touch! Thank you for the unforgettable stay!
I ticked all the review boxes to the max.
Stunning 5 star hotel with modern amenities and rooms. Friendly well trained staff. The location is opposite Hyde park and in the centre of the CBD - about 15 minutes to the Harbour Circular Quay. I'd recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to have the extra special treatment.
Top hotel in a central location. Service was good and the staff are well trained and efficient. Very happy with the discount rates we obtained here , but look out for the free inclusion of breakfast , if possible as it is a treat.
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0.56 km / 0.35 miles from Sydney City
1K bed:executive cityside room nonsmoking:sheraton club benefits:sweet sleeper bed:luxurious marble
Large 40m2 club room offering personalised withcomplimentary access to executive club 2s beds : Exclusive
1K bed:executive park view room nonsmoking:sheraton club benefits:sweet sleeper bed:luxurious marble
2S beds:executive park view room nonsmoking:sheraton club benefits:sweet sleeper bed:luxurious marble
1K bed:executive suite:non-smoking room :sheraton club benefits:sweet sleeper bed:cd
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Located in the former Water Police Station (built in 1858), the Justice and Police Museum is modelled after a late-19th century court and police station. The exhibits are largely focused on crimes, with displays of weapons, old mug shots and forensic evidence from some of Sydney’s most notorious crimes.
Spend an afternoon here and it is easy to forget that the heart of the CBD is just a few kilometres away. The park protects a scattering of harbour side bushland and features a wealth of walking trails, scenic overlooks, Aboriginal carvings and historic sites. Venture out to one of the five harbour islands: Clark Island, Shark Island, Rodd Island, Goat Island and Fort Denison.
This museum is one of two surviving buildings constructed as a hospital in 1811, just 20 years after the first settlers landed in Sydney. A branch of the Royal Mint was housed here from 1852 until 1927. Gold miners brought their quarry here to have it turned into bullion and currency. Though the artefacts from the mint can be found at the Powerhouse Museum across town, there is a small historical display and cafe on site.
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