Macquarie Boutique Hotel Sydney

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

42 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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Rated 28% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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by BerniShand

lm looking for a hotel in Sydney, reasonably central, comfortable and quiet, lve looked at the tips, but lm not yet familiar with the areas
l like the look of Sullivans Hotel, Macquarie Boutique Hotel and Sinclairs of Burwood..........any extra info guys ?



by BerniShand

oh l`ll do that then Jen ! am l trying to be too organised ?
lve been looking at a map of Sydney, are there any areas l should avoid ? l read somewhere that Kings Cross is a bit iffy


by colin_bramso

You're right, the Cross is very iffy these days. Drugs are the problem. There are some good and not too expensive hotels in Chinatown, which is an area it might be worth considering.


by colin_bramso

Berni, the three you listed, to help you get your bearings...Burwood is a bit out of town. Sullivans is in trendy Oxford Street (the gay centre of Sydney) which is quite close to the centre of town. Macquarie is in Surry Hills, also trendy, a bit less so, and closer to the centre.


by RhythmicVibe

I am in the same situation. I have no idea where to stay.

How is the Marriott Hyde Park?


by colin_bramso

I guess you mean the one in College Street (the other Sydney Marriott is down by the harbour in Pitt Street). It's a small, five star hotel, good quality.

place to stay over NY and what to do????

by bloomy

HI can anyone tell me where I can stay somewhere cheap but not really a hostel maybe a B&B, youngish vibe, i'll be there over NY on my own as my friend gets into town on the 1st and i arrive on 26th, I'm thinking of going to ayers rock in between that time, but do need somewhere to stay..
also what and where to go on New Years eve..... any help and advice needed and so please reply away,
looking forward to hearing from u all

RE: place to stay over NY and what to do????

by RAIDER3327


sydney harbour on NYE will be the best bet. check out the fireworks and the big countdown. over 1million people pack the foreshore to see the show and to party all night long

as for accomodation, you could find a few B&B but they are mostly located out of the city. NYE the city is all booked out so you may have to stay out of the city. try something like:

BED AND BREAKFAST NAME: Macquarie Boutique Hotel (Guesthouse)
ADDRESS: 42 Wentworth Ave, Sydney CBD
TOWN / CITY, COUNTRY: Sydney, New South Wales - Australia

see if they have availability. if not you may need to look out of city towards bondi or homebush areas

public transport on NYE is ok, dont even try catching a cab, almost impossible.

if you have time, drive out of the sydney metropolitan area, check out places like port stephens 2hr drive north

enjoy your stay

Travel Tips for Sydney

Do as much as you can.

by Willy1971

Flying into Sydney for the first time at 7am just after sun up. We flew right over the bridge, Opera House and downtown Sydney into the airport. All this after being told that because the 747 was only 25% full we could sit in first class.
Thank you Qantas.

Sydney Tip

by sczabeti

Daring Harbour offers a variety of tourist attractions, visit the amazing Imax Theatre, or learn something new at the Powerhouse Museum. Take a stroll through the peaceful Chinese Gardens, visit the world class Sydney Aquarium, shop till you drop, then recharge your batteries at one of the fabulous restaurants or eateries.

Another day

by iandsmith

So it was that on another day we chose to explore some other bays on the North Shore.
This delightful location at Cremorne Point has a sublime waterside park. On the sunny day we were there, apart from us, there were a grand total of..............wait for it.................two people. That's the real joy for me of the harbour. There are so many places with fabulous views that people hardly ever visit. The view is across Neutral Bay looking to the CBD at left of centre and there's a bridge peeping out there somewhere. You might have seen it somewhere before. It's called the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

TIPPING: is seen as optional...

by JenSmith211

TIPPING: is seen as optional courtesy depending on the expense of a meal and/or quality of the service. Australia has minimum wage standards higher than most countries so that staff do not rely on the tips of customers. The most common tipping is for restaurants and taxi drivers. It may be to round up a bill or including loose change, or to make a large bill easily divisable in a group (eg, everybody contributes $20 if the split equals $17.80 each). In better quality restaurants it is considered correct to leave a 10-15% tip. A taxi fare may be $16 dollars, but giving $20 is easy and there's no fumbling for change.

Sydney FC / Aussie Stadium

by ValbyDK

If you are a soccer fan like me, you could go and watch Sydney FC at Aussie Stadium.

I have no preference for any Australian soccer club, but I always find it exciting to watch a local soccer match - and speak with some of the local fans.

We saw Sydney FC against Melbourne Victory FC in the Australian A-League. Nice atmosphere at the stadium. The stadium opened in 1988 and holds 42000 spectators.

Check the fixtures for Sydney FC at their webpages.


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Address: 42 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia