Looking for Sydney accommodation such as a serviced apartment so you can explore everything Australia’s largest city has to offer? Your journey starts here. The Sydney CBD runs down to the shores of the world-famous Sydney Harbour, where you'll find iconic sights like the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, and the sandstone splendour of The Rocks historic precinct. Sydney is a centre of culture, the arts, and business. In between, Sydneysiders like to enjoy the city's renowned beaches and harbourside lifestyle - there's plenty to see and do.
The city centre is one of the best places to live when visiting Sydney. Step outside Fraser Suites Sydney, your convenient, clean and comfortable serviced apartments accommodation, and onto Kent St. Turn right and after a short walk right again along Druitt St to stand in front of the Queen Victoria Building, one of the city's grandest structures and now a luxury shopping hub. Head up to George St and catch the city centre's recently installed tram network down to the harbour for sightseeing, al fresco dining and the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
One of the best serviced apartments in Australia, Fraser Suites Sydney is your award-winning luxury Sydney accommodation in the heart of the city centre. Be welcomed by the newly refurbished sophistication in each of Fraser Suites Sydney's 201 luxury serviced apartments, including studios, one and two-bedroom suites, and the property's impressive 2 and 3 bedroom duplex penthouse suites. With only seven serviced apartments per floor, be assured of exclusive privacy.
Sydney is a truly global city, set up for travellers of every style. The city centre boasts a wealth of serviced apartments options and is an ideal place to stay to be close to the very best Sydney has to offer. What makes Sydney so interesting is that it effortlessly holds so much variety. It's a place to get things done on the business front, dine on some of the finest fare anywhere in the world, catch the latest in the arts and culture, and enjoy the best of Australia's outdoor lifestyle. There's plenty to see and do day or night, including the Sydney Opera House, Customs House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Rocks, Hyde Park, the MCA, and the Gallery of NSW adjacent to the Eastern entry of the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
Sydney revels in its role as a centre of commerce combined with an idyllic climate and stunning natural surroundings. The combination has bred a 'work hard, play hard' ethos amongst Sydneysiders, who are just as driven at having fun as they are at making a dollar. The city centre attracts the best in dining, arts and entertainment. Day or night, you'll find world-class dining to suit every taste and budget. Sydneysiders love their café culture - take advantage of the healthy competition amongst the city's baristas to indulge in artfully crafted coffee and relaxed dining.
Around the Sydney CBD you'll find some of Sydney's most popular neighbourhoods, with plenty of boutique shopping, dining and galleries to explore. Surry Hills and Darlinghurst offer an eclectic mix of entertainment, dining and bar culture, while the upmarket and understated Potts Points is a wonderful place to dine amid some of the city's prized art deco architecture.
Don't miss out on the best things to see and do in Sydney.
Sydney Harbour is the heart of Sydney. From Sydney Heads, the world's biggest harbour reaches deep into the city, and its shores are the focal point for much of daily life. Thousands of Sydneysiders travel on ferries or across (or under) the harbour every day for work and play. The best way to see Sydney Harbour is to jump aboard one of Sydney's famous ferry fleet for a trip to Taronga Zoo, Manly, or Watsons Bay. You can board a ferry from two central CBD locations. A short walk from your Sydney accommodation brings you to Darling Harbour. Catch the ferry for a picturesque ride under the bridge to Circular Quay. Then, take another ferry across to Taronga Zoo for a day spent meeting some of Australia's most iconic native wildlife and other species. Or, head across the harbour to Manly to experience relaxed beach life, cafés and boutique shopping.
There's more to Sydney's cultural scene than the internationally-renowned Opera House, though it's well worth a visit all its own. Within walking distance or a short tram ride of your convenient apartment in Sydney, the city centre boasts a wealth of cultural, historical and arts venues for those looking for inspiration and entertainment year-round. Don't miss a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), which hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions from notable Australian and international artists. Looking to learn more about Australia's - and Sydney's - history? Head to the oldest museum in Australia, the Australian Museum on William St, or perhaps visit Hyde Park Barracks for a taste of Australia's convict past.
Music lovers will enjoy taking in a concert from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House, or for something more relaxed head to Sydney's oldest live music venue, Mary's Underground, which was once called 'The Basement'. Friends of the theatre can catch world-class performers and performances at the Sydney Theatre Company's Wharf Theatre, or musicals at the Capitol Theatre in Haymarket, a short tram ride from Fraser Suites Sydney.
Your serviced apartment is conveniently close to some of the best shopping Australia has to offer. Within walking distance from Fraser Suites Sydney, you'll find notable historical and high-end shopping venues including the QVB and The Strand Arcade. Both are exquisite examples of Victorian architecture and lovingly preserved. Inside, you'll find many high street and luxury brands, as well as boutique stores stocking notable designers, one-off wonders, and off-beat artistry.
Pitt Street Mall is a pedestrian mall closed to traffic in the centre of the CBD. Westfield Sydney features many international luxury brand stores and as well as numerous food and entertainment options. The Strand Arcade is also accessible along Pitt Street Mall.
Australia is known for its fresh and bountiful produce, and much of it makes its way onto diner's plates in Sydney. The city centre has a wealth of dining options to suit every taste and budget. Australia's rich history of immigration from around the world means every cuisine is represented. Step outside your luxury Sydney accommodation and onto Kent St. Across the road sits a Sydney institution, Tetsuya's. The brainchild of multi-award-winning chef, Tetsuya Wakuda, the venue serves a Japanese-inspired fine-dining degustation menu in a heritage setting.
Looking for something more relaxed? Assembly Bar and Restaurant, underneath Fraser Suites Sydney, is an excellent place for a light bite, afternoon aperitif, or a catch up with friends. There's also a wide selection of smaller eateries up and down Kent St. Those craving the flavours of Asia can head towards Chinatown. Golden Century Seafood Restaurant is a Sydney CBD institution and the best place for a late-night Cantonese meal. The atmosphere is electric as late-night diners pile in for expertly executed Cantonese flavours that the venue's owners have served up for decades.
The Sydney CBD is a national - and international - hub for big business. Sydney's idyllic location, wealth of transport options, and a wide array of business-centric meetings and conventions venues make it an ideal place to host your next meeting or event. A short walk from your Sydney accommodation, the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC) is Sydney's best large meetings and events venue, situated where the city's commercial, technology, academic and cultural hubs meet.
Arriving at Sydney International Airport, the best way to reach your Sydney accommodation is by catching the Airport Link train, with stations conveniently located under the airport terminals. Disembark at Town Hall station and walk down Bathurst St then turn left onto Kent St, you're mere metres from Fraser Suites Sydney. Alternatively, private car hires and taxis are available for pick up from the arrivals halls at both the international and domestic terminals.
What is the best way to get around in Sydney?
The best way to get around Sydney is using the city’s extensive public transport network, including trains, light rail, and buses. Taxis can be expensive when travelling outside the Sydney CBD.
What is Sydney known for?
Sydney is famous for Sydney Harbour and many of the sights that surround or cross it, including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.
What are the top 5 things to do in Sydney?
The top five things to do in Sydney include: attending a concert at the Sydney Opera House, walking across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, exploring the historical Rocks district, wandering through the Sydney Botanic Gardens and taking a dip at one of Sydney’s many beautiful beaches.
When is the best time to go to Sydney?
Sydney has an ideal climate year-round, with mild winters and warm summers. During the summer, many Sydneysiders head to the city’s world-famous beaches like Bondi Beach.
Where is the best area to stay in Sydney?
The best area to stay in Sydney is the Sydney CBD, close to many of Sydney’s top sights, world-class dining and the famous Sydney Harbour.