Sir Stamford at Circular Quay

Written on September 9, 2014 at 9:01 am, by admin

Sir Stamford at Circular QuaySir Stamford at Circular Quay is a brilliant choice for your next business trip. Located right in the CBD, the welcoming and professional staff strive to make every guest’s stay enjoyable.

The hotel is average-priced, and offers a relaxing restaurant with delicious food that will make you forget you’re away from home. The rooms come with three diverse views – Harbour, City, or Gardens, and is within walking distance of even more attractions.

One downside, particularly for business travellers, is the charge of $25 a day for wifi; though it can be included for cheaper with a higher-priced room.

Despite its proximity to the hub of Sydney, the hotel gives you a quiet retreat, where you can relax, or continue to work, at your leisure. This is aided by the six meeting and event rooms, including a sun deck that is perfect for business lunches and is sure to delight. This hotel can be booked via mobile travel agents of your choice within Sydney, or indeed any other part of Australia.

While the internet cost might be a deal-breaker for some, Sir Stamford at Circular Quay is still a wonderful hotel for your next Sydney business trip.

Sir Stamford at Circular Quay

93 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Radisson Blu Plaza

Written on September 9, 2014 at 9:00 am, by admin

Radisson Blu Plaza sydneyRadisson Blu Plaza, which is conveniently located right in the heart of the Sydney CBD, is a great hotel – especially for those travelling on business.

The vintage-style building offers an affordable price, gym, spa, heated pool, and spacious rooms, so you can relax even when away from home on business. The food receives many commendations, and there are two elegant restaurants located on-site.

If you feel like stretching your legs after a long day of meetings, you can easily walk to major Sydney attractions such as the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and the Royal Botanical Gardens.

What the hotel lacks amenities-wise, the professional and helpful staff more than make-up for. The free wireless internet will keep you connected to your office, while the Business Class Room option supplies you with a desk and ergonomic chair, plus access to the Business Class Lounge. This is where you can relax with colleagues, with fellow business travellers or bring a client for a more private business lunch. The hotel also hosts company conferences, with eight event rooms to choose from.

With the Business Class Lounge and professional staff, Radisson Blu Plaza is a great choice for your next business trip.

Radisson Blu Plaza

27 O’Connell Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

Written on September 9, 2014 at 8:59 am, by admin

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney HarbourSometimes when you’re away on a business trip, you want a hotel where you get all the comforts of home; and other times, you only need a place to rest your head. If you’re the latter, than Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour is right for you.

The interiors of this hotel are certainly aesthetically pleasing, not to mention that the views of both the Gardens or the Sydney Harbour give you that special Sydney experience. It’s a wallet-friendly alternative to the other hotels that are also based right in the CBD, and is close-by to trains so you can easily make your meeting anywhere.

The hotel offers a Dining and Bar, though you’ll probably want to check out the local restaurants.

Unlike some other business-savvy hotels in the area, there is only the general self-service business centre and high-speed internet in the hotel, however, Pullman Quay Grand offer four Board Rooms to choose from. These can be used for simple business meetings, to tele-conferences, and a variety of events. To secure your reservation, get in contact with a Sydney travel agent near you.

If you’re after an affordable hotel with all the included basics – plus some business extras – than Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour might just be your best choice.

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

61 Macquarie Street, East Circular Quay

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Meriton Serviced Apartments World Tower

Written on September 9, 2014 at 8:59 am, by admin

Meriton Serviced Apartments World TowerThe Meriton Serviced Apartments World Tower is a great hotel if you’re visiting Sydney. The price is very modest compared to other 5-star hotels, especially those also based right in the CBD.

With the cost being so low, the hotel doesn’t have much in the way of business facilities, but has a taxi rank and two train stations within walking distance that can get you to where you need to be. A supermarket is nearby, perfect to stock-up your apartment’s kitchen; however, there are also a variety of restaurants in the area for business lunches and dinners.

Being right in the heart of Sydney, you won’t be at a loss for entertainment. Once again, this is where the hotel has sacrificed for price. World Tower offers a pool, spa, sauna, gym, and 1GB free wifi per day, though its lack of business facilities might be a deciding factor for some business travellers.

The layout of the rooms is spacious and relaxing, and it could end up being the perfect place to stay on your next business trip.

Meriton Serviced Apartments World Tower

95 Liverpool Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Park Hyatt Sydney

Written on September 9, 2014 at 8:57 am, by admin

Park Hyatt SydneyFor over $800 a night, you’d want a great hotel, and that’s what you’ll get with Park Hyatt Sydney. It’s located right on the harbour, with inspiring views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. When events such as the lighting of the Harbour Bridge at New Years, or Vivid colourising the Opera House, you’ll find it an especially relaxing place after a day of meetings.

The hotel has a Dining Room, a Living Room, and Bar – great for room service, business lunch, or late-night dinner. As with most business-savvy hotels, Park Hyatt Sydney comes with the basics – printer, scanner, fax machine, and high-speed broadband internet, to name a few – but then goes above and beyond. On the ground floor, by the lobby, they have a whole Business Centre. It’s open regular office hours, with computer equipment, secretarial services, and work stations. You’ll have no excuse not to get any work done.

The CBD is 1k away, and bus, ferry, and train transport are even closer. This is handy, but if the noise carries too much, you can just shut the outside doors and you’ll be fine.

Overall, a great hotel, especially for those travelling on business.

Park Hyatt Sydney

1 Hickson Road, The Rocks

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia