Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour

100 Murray St., Darling Harbour, Pyrmont, Sydney, New South Wales, 2009, Australia
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Sydney's Waterview Hotels.

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 20, 2007

If you are a water addict like myself and want good views of Sydney Harbour or the beach, here is a list which contains all of Sydney's hotels with excellent water views.

1. Park Hyatt - Rocks - comes with a hefty price tag. Fab views of the Opera House and harbour.

2. Quay Grand Apartments - Circular Quay - These apartments have fantastic views of Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

3. Pier One Sebel - The Rocks - This hotel is perched on the edge of Sydney Harbour minutes from The Rocks district and Circular Quay.

4. Sir Stamford - Circular Quay - This traditional gem has wonderful views of Sydney Harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge. You do however have to ask for them, otherwise you will get the Botanical views.

5. Star City Casino - Darling Harbour. The hotel have terrific views of Darling Harbour but again you do need to ask for direct Darling Harbour views.

6. Blues - Wooloolmooloo - Perched on the waters edge just 5 minutes from the CBD.

7. Four Seasons - CBD - Have terrific harbour views but mostly are on the higher level floors.

8. Quay West Apartments - These apartments have excellent views especially from the higher level floors.

9. Shangr-la - The Rocks - Super views of the harbour from their higher level floors.

10. Novotel - Darling Harbour - Waterfront location offering great harbour views.

Unique Quality: NORTHERN SUBURBS



1. Harbourview - North Sydney - lovely harbour and Sydney Harbour views. Ask for higher level floors.

2. The Sebel - Manly Beach - Directly across the road from Manly Beach. Super views of the beach. Ask for direct beach views not side views.

3. Manly Pacific Hotel - Manly Beach - Situated across the road from Manly Beach. Ask for direct beach views not back views.

4. Jonah's - Whale Beach - Gorgeous small hotel with stunning beach and cliff views.

EASTERN SUBURBS

1. Swiss Grand Hotel - Bondi Beach - Fabulous location with direct beach views.

2. Hotel Bondi - Beachfront moderately priced hotel with sea-views.

3. Coogee Bay Boutique Hotel - Coogee Beach - fab beach views.

4. Rydges - Botany Bay - excellent airport hotel with beautiful views of Botany Bay.

6. Crowne Plaza - Coogee Beach - Terrific beach

Just the best spot...

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 20, 2005

Back in Sydney over the weekend before flying back to HK so decided to stay in Darling Harbour rather than be stuck in the city centre. DH is where all the al fresco waterfront restaurants and bars are and there is always lots of events or entertainment happening. Indulged us a bit and opted for a Harbour View room for $295 but well worth it to wake up to the sun and a beautiful outlook. A big hotel (500+) rooms but very helpful staff and terrific little business centre; high speed internet and wireless too which is a real plus. The seafood buffet on the Saturday night was great value and we hoed into a ton of smoked salmon, oysters and crab – all you could eat. Finished off with coffee in the lounge bar (called Liquid…one day hotels will get a bit more creative with their outlet names!) which had a terrace overlooking the harbour and city. All in all a very pleasant way to weekend in Sydney.

Unique Quality: Sensational location right amongst everything, views from Harbour rooms are great, nice terrace overlooking Darling Harbour for breakfast and drinks

Directions: Overlooking Darling Harbour, easy cab ride from airport or shuttle, monorail to CBD

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Exceptionnal location

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 12, 2005

I usually prefer smaller hotel but this one was very convenient about its Sydney's location.

This 525 rooms hotel is very well located in Darling Harbour with great city views. My room was clean, spacious with all standard equippements. You could reach within a short walk the Aquarium, IMAX, shopping, the Powerhouse Museum, Maritime Museum Chinese Garden and lots of restaurants, cafes and clubs. Just to the front of the hotel there is a monorail stop to travel around.

At the hotel you will find a restaurant, a lounge bar, a gaming lounge, a swimming pool, an outdoor private closed parking and a fitness center .

You could easily rent a car from the hotel to do a day trip excursion as I did to the Blue Mountains.

Unique Quality: Very well located in Sydney center. All main attractions are easily reachable within a short walk.

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Address: 100 Murray St., Darling Harbour, Pyrmont, Sydney, New South Wales, 2009, Australia

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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