Circular Quay is in a small inlet called Sydney Cove, and a vibrant area which is popular with tourists. The suburb has excellent views of the Harbour Bridge, and is the closest train stop located to visit Sydney Opera House, Botanical Gardens, and The Rocks.
This luxurious, 3-floor penthouse is located in the Cove Building, and is considered to be one of the most incredible penthouses in the world. If it’s a special occasion and you want to splurge, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking 280º view of Sydney. All three levels of the penthouse overlook the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Heads, and gorgeous Sydney skyline, so while you’ll be paying $8500 a week, you’ll have the best view in Sydney and the chance to live like the rich and famous.
Guests can bask in 460 square metres of internal space, and 173 square metres of outdoor living, including a beautiful roof terrace. Some of the standout features include the curved floating staircase, gourmet kitchen, aquarium, sauna, and spa. When it comes to high-end luxury, the Skyhouse is arguably the best choice in Sydney. Guests can also make use of the home automation, 24hr concierge, gym, 20-metre pool, and home cinema.
Marriott Sydney Harbour at Circular Quay
The location of this hotel can easily be described as “perfect”, and anyone looking to explore Sydney will be impressed by the amenities of Marriott Sydney Harbour, including the spa, indoor pool, and in-house bar.
The highlights of this luxury hotel are definitely the outstanding views, as the hotel overlooks both the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour. Guests can choose from rooms which have views of the bridge, harbour, or both, and follow up a day of sightseeing with some pampering in the spa, before indulging in a delicious meal at Icons Brasserie.
Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour
Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour is close to all of the major attractions in Sydney, including the historic rocks district, the Harbour Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House. This hotel has one of the most spectacular views of the Sydney Harbour, including the Harbour Bridge. Overlooking Circular Quay, the floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies allow guests staying in the Harbour View Suites to relax and watch the sunset in privacy. This really is the best of both worlds, with views to die for, and a central location close to major attractions and public transport services.
InterContinental Sydney has positioned itself as an icon in Sydney, and it has indeed been the height of luxury in the city for the last 25 years. The views are, of course, breathtaking, with the rooftop Club InterContinental lounge overlooking the harbour. With 509 guest rooms, you’re sure to find a room which has the view you’re looking for. Try the King Opera House room, or treat yourself to one of the suites for a room with direct views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
|Hotels||Star Rating||Price (AUD)|
|Marriott Sydney Harbour at Circular Quay||5||$409- $2399|
|Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour||5||$413- $809|
|InterContinental Sydney||5||$272- $582|