Photo: Beach locations, try Bondi, Coogee, Manly or the Cronulla Beaches.
Virtually all the beach suburbs have accommodation, including bed and breakfasts, serviced apartments and backpackers. More about the Sydney and beaches in Australia:Sydney Beaches
All of the great houses are represented in Sydney including: Radisson, Inter-continental, Hilton, Sheraton, Rydges, Novotel, ANA, Holiday Inn, Four Seasons, Marriott, Travelodge and Hyatt, to mention a few.
For the business traveller there is a wide variety to choose from in the range of four and five star Sydney hotels, including boutique hotels.
Map showing Sydney Hotels:Sydney Hotel Map
You can search by Name or Chain, or type of accommodation with the location. Popular places to stay include Sydney City, but for something different yet easily accessible to the city centre try Darling Harbour (Entertainment Precinct), The Rocks (Historical District), Manly Beach, Cronulla Beach, Coogee Beach, Bondi Beach or Sydney Airport.
Hotel Chains in the City
You can find Sydney serviced apartments and luxury condominiums throughout the city, including Ryde, Homebush, Strathfield, Chatswood, Parramatta and Hornsby, as well as at the many beachside suburbs.
They vary from the very luxurious with expansive views of the beach or Sydney Harbour, to those for the budget minded, with facilities to wash clothes and cook your own favourite foods.
Indeed, with the culturally diverse population of this cosmopolitan city, you will find there are few or no difficulties sourcing the ingredients of your own foods to cook.
Although the Internet has made advanced booking much simpler and preferable for luxury, package deals and discount type accommodation, you can also find places to stay at the Visitors Centre at Sydney airport, on the arrivals level. During long weekends, festive seasons, special events and school holidays it may be wise to book ahead.
There are also tourist information centres at The Rocks, Darling Harbour and the Travellers Information Service at Central railway station.
In addition the city caters well for tourists in all categories from five star to serviced apartments and the ever increasing number of youth and backpacker hostels. Bed and Breakfast are also popular.
Like the rest of the world, backpackers accommodation has undergone a boom in recent years. This is especially the case in Sydney Australia.
A number of the beachside backpacker and youth hostels command some of the best views in the city.
Popular places to stay and visit in the Sydney Surrounds and Regional New South Wales:
Visitors wishing to explore beyond Sydney will find New South Wales offers white sandy beaches, sub-tropical vistas and islands, wonderful national parks, charming country and coastal towns - memories that will last a lifetime:
Sydney Escapes: Because of the size of the city, a large industry has developed to service the needs of Sydneysiders wishing to get away for holidays or at the weekend.
If you have time to explore Sydney in some detail look at the many beautiful destination areas within a few hours drive. You will be pleasantly surprised by what you find.
Some examples include: chartering a houseboat, yacht or launch on the Hawkesbury River to the north, travelling west to the Blue Mountains and staying at one of the many quaint inns and guesthouses.
The Hunter Valley NSW is another great close by escape. The oldest wine growing region in Australia has long become a gourmet&rsqou;s paradise, with fabulous restaurants and dining experiences to match their great wines.
Our nation’s Capital, Canberra ACT is also within a days drive.
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Photo: The Rocks in the City has luxury accommodation with Harbour Views
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