Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Sydney, creating home
Situated in the hub of Darling Harbour in an architecturally renovated historic landmark building, the Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Sydney offers center city accommodations, combining the charm and elegance of the 1800s with all the modern amenities for business or leisure stays. With views from many of the rooms over the skyline of Sydney and one of its major attractions, Darling Harbour, the hotel features a magnificent neo-classical facade, original tallow wood floors and exposed ironbark columns in combination with superior facilities and the impeccable service of a luxury hotel. The privacy and spaciousness of self-contained apartments makes the Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Sydney an ideal locality for conference and event guests.
Most of the one or two bedroom apartments and comfortable studios with full kitchen facilities have harbour views. Guests have the sauna, pool area, spa and gym to enjoy, and there are secretarial services including internet, photocopying and facsimile to meet the business demand, while a covered walkway delivers guests straight to the Convention & Exhibition Centre. Light rail and monorail stations just by the door of the Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Sydney are convenient for guests to explore other parts of the city. Besides a coffee shop to get a quick bite of breakfast, concierge and valet dry cleaning and laundry services are available at any time of day or night to remove a stain or to plan a suddenly impulsive excursion. Parking is adjacent at a nominal cost.
Within walking distance of the hotel, tourist icons such as the world famous Opera House, Harbour Bridge, the Olympic Stadiums and the immense and luxuriantly green Royal Botanical Gardens beckon the tourist eye. The site of the original settlers of Sydney, the historic Rocks Point District is an area of cobbled streets and narrow alleyways with a story around every corner, featuring the interactive Discovery Museum for children and the open air market on the weekends full of arts and crafts, live music and a magical atmosphere. The Darlinghurst district for great inexpensive restaurants and Paddington Market boasting fashion bargains invite exploration for diversion and entertainment.
250 meters overhead, the Skywalk atop the Sydney Tower offers breath-taking vistas between feet firmly planted on a glass floor, looking straight down at the shopping centre far below, a dizzying complex of stores and restaurants, cinemas, laser and bowling amusements. Luna Park provides thrilling amusement rides for those wishing to stay a little closer to the ground. A spectacular view of all of these Sydney Harbour landmarks can be had from the decks of a glass-bottomed boat leaving from the Sydney Aquarium.
The original point of landing for Australia's first settlers, short ferry rides from the Circular Quay transports guests to many of Sydney's best sites beyond walking reach. The Taronga Zoo, first opened in 1816 on what was known as Billy Goat Swamp, exhibits animals Australian and exotic. Farther away are the popular beaches of Manley and Bondi where crystal waters mix with white sand.
For extended stays of families on holidays or for breaks from business intensity, the Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments Sydney creates a home in the center of Australia's glittering jewel.