Old Sydney Holiday Inn is a unique blend of international elegance and old-world charm nestled in the heart of the Rocks. A Harbourside village of quaint cottages and bond stores nestled against Sydney's famous Harbour Bridge and just a short stroll from the world-acclaimed Sydney Opera House.
Enjoy a welcoming and relaxed guest experience at the Old Sydney Holiday Inn. The hotel has 175 comfortable guest rooms which include 14 Executive rooms. These and the guest facilities combined with warm, professional and efficient staff will ensure an unforgettable stay.
For the best sightseeing tour of Sydney, just take the lift to our rooftop heated swimming pool. Open from the early hours in the morning for a fresh wake-up swim right through until midnight for a late evening dip, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the one of the world's most spectacular Harbours.Hotel Features:
With an ambience that never fails to create a lasting impression on conference delegates, Old Sydney Holiday Inn is the perfect choice for event organisers searching for a unique and special venue. Two intimate conference rooms provide the ideal venue for those small meetings, training sessions and cocktail parties. The Federation Room is the hotel's main conference room, and boasts natural daylight and excellent internal lighting.Equipment:
When it comes to wining and dining, Old Sydney Holiday Inn offers some great places to relax and unwind. Guests may enjoy cocktails created by the bar staff at the Lobby Lounge. Alternatively, a wonderful culinary experience may be found at the Playfair Terrace Restaurant. Guests may also wish to avail themselves of the 24-hour Room Service.Playfair Terrace Restaurant:
The Playfair Terrace Restaurant is located on the first floor overlooking the hotel Lobby and seats up to 70 people. The buffet breakfast offers an extensive range of fresh seasonal fruits and a variety of breads and pastries, accompanied by mouth-watering hot dishes such as eggs Benedict. For dinner, the Playfair Terrace Restaurant offers a candlelit atmosphere in the evenings complemented by a diverse and flexible menu catering to a wide range of tastes. The brasserie-style restaurant offers a variety of dishes from the à la carte menu, featuring modern Australian cuisine.Breakfast: Daily - 6:30am to 10:30am
For that perfect place for a quiet cocktail while enjoying the music of the resident harpist, visit the Lobby Lounge, located in the Lobby of the hotel. Table service is offered with a relaxed candlelit non-smoking atmosphere. Overhanging the Lobby Lounge is a series of Australian flags, which all mark significant events in the development of Australia; be sure to ask the friendly staff for the interpretation of each. The Lobby Lounge Bar is an ideal place for pre-dinner drinks for large or small groups, or as a quiet place for small business meetings.
Daily - 4:00 pm to 12:00 midnight
Room Service is also available 24 hours so guests are able to enjoy a delicious meal or snack in the comfort of their own room.Personal Services:
Old Sydney Holiday Inn has 175 guest rooms including 14 Executive rooms. Smoking and non-smoking options are available for most room types. Interconnecting rooms are available for the convenience of guests. All connecting rooms are Queen or King rooms connected to a Twin room, and this combination is ideal for a family with two adults and two children. Requests for interconnecting rooms are subject to availability. The hotel also provides specially designed guest rooms and facilities for disabled visitors.
Executive Room: Their Executive Room programme adds to a relaxed guest experience for the time-pressed traveller. For a nightly surcharge, Executive Rooms offer aditional space and superior quality furnishings comprising de luxe bedding and televisions with 68cm-screens. Complimentary services include local telephone calls and facsimilies, daily newspaper, daily fresh fruit platter, daily spring water and shoeshine.
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In every great city there's always something going on. Sip a cocktail at sunset, enjoy an ice-cold beer at the local or hit the dancefloor till the early hours - seeing Sydney differently by night is easy. There are plenty of neighbourhoods close to the city with happening bars, funky pubs with great entertainment and good restaurants -choosing one is the tricky part.Attractions: