Hilton Hotel Sydney - a home for visitors
For cosmopolitan glamour, the Hilton Hotel Sydney stands out with an architecturally significant facade that suggests the unique atmosphere within. Chic and central, the hotel boasts stylish bars, one of the city's largest health clubs and dining by celebrity Chef Luke Mangan, at the famous Glass Brasserie. Guests soak up city views from the Executive Lounge, do business in one of 23 Sydney meeting rooms or unwind with a dip in the pool. The truly indulgent and self-possessed pamper themselves with a facial in the spa.
A short drive from the airport and easy walk to the convention center, the Hilton Hotel Sydney is fully equipped to support conventions, workshops and presentations with meeting rooms capable of accommodating up to 3000 delegates in a variety of setups. The combination of elegant suites, beautiful ballrooms and professional staff suggests the five star rating could be applied to any wedding fortunate enough to book the space.
Stays in comfortable standard guest and deluxe rooms enjoy the usual luxurious baths, wireless internet, mini-bar, ergonomic chairs LCD flat panel televisions and in-room safe, while upgrading to executive rooms or a luxurious Suite create special memories of exotic treats. A fitness Center & pool provide breaks from the agenda for business or pleasure. Dinner at Luke Mangan's award-winning Sydney restaurant, Glass Brasserie leaves no reason for the romantic to go out at all. Nightcaps are available at either the Zeta Bar or the opulent Victorian Marble Bar.
Of course, the world famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge are undeniable distractions, drawing guests away to explore the area vibrant with culture, history and attractions for amusement. The Circular Quay, the original point of landing for Australia's first settlers, still serves as anchor point for ferries, buses and trains reaching all neighborhoods easily. Not far away, Bondi Beach displays a unique style of revelers and families on a day's mission to soak up sun and enjoy the cool, clear waters of the South Pacific.
The historic Rocks Point District downtown on the edge of the Central Business District is the site of the original settlers of Sydney, an area of cobbled streets and narrow alleyways. With a story around every corner, it offers a trip back in time while the warehouses converted into boutique shops, distinguished and eclectic restaurants and art galleries modern and traditional create new tales for the modern day during a long evening's stroll. The interactive Discovery Museum delights children and adults alike. The open air market on the weekends is full of arts and crafts, live music and a magical atmosphere reminiscent of the centuries of its history.
250 meters above the Hilton hotel Sydney, the Sydney Tower offers breath-taking vistas from two restaurants or between feet firmly planted on a glass floor on the Skywalk even higher, looking down at the shopping centre far below, a dizzying complex of stores and restaurants, cinemas, laser and bowling amusements. The Taronga Zoo first opened in 1816 on what was known as Billy Goat Swamp. The Royal Botanical Gardens presents exotic plants and vegetation.
A retreat from life into the bustle of the city, the Hilton Hotel Sydney creates an ambience of luxury in the heart of strict business.