389 Pitt Street, Sydney
Rydges World Square Sydney is centrally located within the World Square precinct in Sydney CBD. This great location provides guests with easy access to Sydney's major tourist attractions, either by monorail, walking or taxi.
With the World Square Monorail located on the hotel's doorstep, you'll have easy access to the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay, Sydney Entertainment Centre and Sydney's financial and shopping precincts.
As a guest of the Rydges World Square Sydney, you will be made to feel at home with our warm and friendly staff, and our elegantly appointed guest rooms, featuring every convenience for today's traveller.
Taking up an area of 120 square metres, with views of the city, the Rydges World Square gymnasium offers guests the latest cardiovascular equipment as well as a full range of weights and resistance machines.
All guests are welcome to use the Rydges World Square private gymnasium during their stay.
Restaurants & Bars
Avery's is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Catering for various tastes, the seasonal menu of contemporary Australian cuisine is drawn from European and Asian influences.
Sophisticated and contemporary, Avery's Bar provides the perfect solution to unwind and relax after a hard days work. Enjoy your favourite Martini and an evening of great live music with captivating vocalists every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night. We present some of the best musicians in the city and better still, there is no cover charge!
V Bar Sydney
Vbar Sydney is located on the ground floor of the hotel. This exclusive and intimate bar is dedicated to making your experience one of the best possible.
Meetings & Events
Whether you're planning a conference for 15, or an elegant cocktail party for 300, Rydges World Square Sydney offers the versatility and flexibility to ensure you always have a great experience.
The Ballroom located on the Lobby level is the ideal venue for your next meeting, conference or function, catering for up to 300 people.
This versatile area can be subdivided into three separate function rooms. 2 brand new meeting rooms are also available on the Lobby level.
For all your conference needs, from catering through to state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, their professional Conference Manager will make all the difference.
Rydges World Square weddings will offer you and your guests an exceptional day and will meet all your expectations over and above. For the perfect Sydney city wedding look no further than Rydges World Square Sydney. They offer a wedding coordinator who will assist you with planning every step of the way, from taste testing the menu prior to your big day to your wedding night accommodation (including a late checkout!).
Their 443 guest rooms and suites offer you all the conveniences for today's traveller.
Rydges World Square Sydney has installed broadband in majority of our guestrooms and suites.
They have also installed broadband wireless Internet access in more than 150 rooms, so guests can now enjoy the benefits of wireless access without the hassle of connecting to a dataport or using mobile technology telephone connections.
Rydges World Square Sydney is located in the ideal location to explore Sydney. With a monorail stop at our doorstep taking you to Darling Harbour & Cockle Bay and other transportation including buses close by, it is the perfect location to stay overnight.
A short bus ride down George Street or a 20 minute walk from the hotel, BridgeClimb Sydney is one of Sydney’s premier tourist attractions. Providing unbelievable views of Sydney and its harbour, there are two climbs to choose from – The Bridge Climb or The Discovery Climb. Each guided climb goes for 3 1/2 hours and will provide an insight into Sydney’s history surrounding the build of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Cruises
Sydney Harbour provides the backdrop for a multitude of cruises around the spectacular harbour, from morning tea one hour cruises, lunch or dinner and 2 day weekend cruises. All cruises will have commentary and provide history and information on Sydney and the surrounding bays and inlets within the harbour. You will be able to see some of the most beautiful houses built in Sydney around the Eastern Suburbs such as Woolloomooloo and the Northern Suburbs such as Mosman. The cruises depart from Darling Harbour, a quick monorail trip from the hotel, or Circular Quay, a short bus ride down George Street or 20 minute walk.
Known as Sydney’s historic old town precinct, The Rocks are located next to Circular Quay near Sydney Harbour. Take a walk down Pitt or George Streets from the hotel and you will find an array of shops, museums, the Overseas Passenger Terminal and weekend markets. Stroll through The Rocks on a Saturday and Sunday year round and you will find over 150 stalls selling clothes, food, homewares and things to pamper yourself.
Sydney Tower and Oztrek
Located in the heart of Sydney’s shopping district, Pitt Street Mall, the Sydney Tower and Oztrek experience takes you to the highest point of Sydney. It is recommended you do this tour as your first Sydney activity to get your bearings of Sydney. The tower has 3 high speed Deck lifts and it takes only 40 seconds to reach the top from the bottom. The tower has restaurants, an observation deck and a coffee lounge for your comfort.
Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay
Only 3 stops from Rydges World Square by monorail, Darling Harbour is home to some of Sydney’s favourite restaurants, bars, cafes and attractions, including Imax Theatre, Star City Casino, Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Wildlife World. Walk around the Chinese Gardens outside the Exhibition Centre, have a look at the Maritime Museum, take a train ride tour and do some shopping, whatever takes your fancy Darling Harbour will have it day or night.
Star City Casino
Open 24 hours, Star City Casino is New South Wales only casino and has views of Sydney Harbour. Star City has a large TAB lounge and sports bar, Star Keno and 200 gaming tables, as well as numerous bars and restaurants. The casino caters for the casual punter to the serious players. Even if you are not a punter, taking a walk through the casino should be on your list of things to do whilst in Sydney.
Located in Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour, Sydney Aquarium is your one-stop attraction for viewing Australia’s underwater life and its habitats. Weave your way through the underwater tunnel and embark on your journey of discovery. There are various feed times for animals such as crocodiles, seals, sharks and penguins.
Sydney Wildlife World
Sydney newest attraction of flora and fauna is located next to Sydney Aquarium, opened in September 2006. Wonder through 1 kilometre of walkway through this three level attraction, with the upper level exhibits open to the elements under a mesh roof. Sydney Wildlife World features numerous habitats/eco systems providing visitors a taste of Australia, all in one location. Open till 10pm every night you can see nocturnal animals in action, giving you a rare insight into their wonderful world.
Sydney Fish Markets
The largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world’s second largest seafood market outside of Japan, the Sydney Fish Markets auctions over 100 species daily to restaurants and the general public. Take a tour of the markets to find out what goes on behind the scenes.