Hotels Sydney close to Circular Quay (Sydney, Australia)

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Circular Quay (Sydney, Australia)

A Gateway You’ll Want to Linger in

Located at the heart of historic Sydney Cove, Circular Quay is the city’s main ferry terminal, as well as one of its busiest train and bus stations. Sydney locals pass through ‘the Quay’ on their way to work within the CBD or to Manly, one of the city’s most popular surf beaches, while visitors enjoy taking the Circular Quay ferry to picturesque Watsons Bay or the Taronga Zoo. One very popular ferry route takes sightseers under the iconic Harbour Bridge on their way to Parramatta, home of a UNESCO World Heritage site. Circular Quay also offers regular departures, by both train and bus, for beautiful Bondi Beach. However, Circular Quay is much more than a transportation hub; it is a destination in its own right, beloved by tourists and locals alike.

Stroll to Many of Sydney’s Best Attractions

Circular Quay is a wonderful place to begin exploring Sydney on foot. The spectacular views of Sydney Cove and the Harbour Bridge are reason enough to stroll along the Quay in fine weather, and boating enthusiasts will find all sorts of craft out on the water, from luxury yachts to jet boats and cruise ships. However, visitors who prefer people-watching to scenery will not be disappointed. Well known for the talented street performers who set up shop on weekends and the lively crowds they draw, the western end of the Quay leads to The Rocks, a charming historic district that tops many a list of things to do in Sydney. The eastern end of Circular Quay features a wide array of bars and open air restaurants, many of which offer lovely waterfront views. At this end of the Quay, you will also find walkways to the famous Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Plenty of Rooms with a View

Travellers are spoiled for choice in accommodation in and around Circular Quay; the choices include polished luxury hotels, backpackers hostels, and many attractive options in between. Just one of several fine hotels overlooking both the Cove and the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour Hotel is a popular pick at the high end. However, a stunning view of the harbour and the Opera House can also be had from the rooftop of the Sydney Harbour YHA, a modern hostel just a few minutes on foot from the Quay’s eastern end. Mid-range options are also on offer near Circular Quay; accommodation at this level includes many well-known hotel chains, such as the Holiday Inn Old Sydney, which features a rooftop pool with a lovely harbour view. Travellers who prefer a cosy bed and breakfast will also find themselves in luck; the Sydney Harbour Bed and Breakfast is in The Rocks district, just a short walk from the Quay.

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