4 Star Hotel in Sydney Australia offering quality family accommodation with views of Hyde Park and Sydney Harbour. The Hyde Park Inn is a 97 room property in the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District across from beautiful Hyde Park. For comfort, cost, facilities, location, transport and spectacular views of the city, the Hyde Park Inn is the place to stay in Sydney.
The central location of the property means some of Sydney's greatest tourist attractions such as the Opera House, Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, China Town and the Botanical Gardens are within minutes of the property. If it is shopping you are after, rest assured some of Sydney's landmark shopping malls are located nearby, such as Pitt Street Mall, Galleries Victoria and the Queen Victoria Building.
Arranging transport into and around Sydney could not be easier. The Hotel is positioned in the heart of the city opposite from the Museum railway station. Darling Harbour, Paddy's Market, Sydney Aquarium and Star City Casino are all close by. Buses depart regularly only minutes away to such destinations as Bondi Beach, Circular Quay, Moore Park Sydney Cricket Ground, Coogee Beach and The Rocks.
Check In and Check Out
The hotel check in time is from 1pm onwards, and check out time is 10am. If you intend to arrive earlier in the morning you are welcome to store luggage until such time as your room becomes available.
Sydney airport is a 20-30 minute drive from the Hyde Park Inn. There are several airport shuttle bus companies that will transfer you to and from the hotel at a cost of approximately $16.00 per person.
The Museum Railway Station is diagonally opposite to the hotel and trains depart regularly to and from the Domestic or International railway station. The airport link to or from the airport takes approximately 10-15 minutes and costs $16.00 per person.
The Hotel features an Italian Cuisine Restaurant next door where hotel guests can dine and charge the costs of the meal to the account they have with the hotel. We are also located within moments of some of Sydney's many dining precincts at Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Oxford Street, The Rocks, and Cockle Bay.