PARKROYAL Darling Harbour Sydney

Address: 150 Day St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Sydney Town Hall, Marble Bar, Cockle Bay Wharf, and Paddy Pallin.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsPARKROYAL Darling Harbour Sydney

          Reviewed by gptimson

          Great hotel

          Reviewed Aug 28, 2013
          by (10 reviews) Howard Springs, Northern Territory , Australia Flag of Australia

          Very nice hotel and great views over city. Recommended to you.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by islandinthesun

          Great value

          Reviewed May 21, 2013
          by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Stayed overnight on a deal which included access to the Club Lounge for canapes in the evening and for breakfast in the morning. The accommodation was fantastic; the canapes were delish and the view from the Lounge was incredible. The buffet breakfast the next morning was huge. I'd do it all again tomorrow.

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          Historical Traveler Reviews PARKROYAL Darling Harbour Sydney

          Best of Sydney


          After staying at another hotel in the CBD for business, we moved to the Crowne Plaza at Darling Harbour. Fantastic property. We were on the club floor and the lounge there had breakfast and evening wine, beer and canapes, and free computer internet access. All of these can be VERY expensive in Sydney. The staff in the club room were very professional and courteous. Our room was spacious and included robes, slippers and top grade bathroom amenities. The views are incredible and access to Darling Harbour restaurants and entertainment venues were not a problem despite the tunnel construction. We will not hesitate to stay in this property on future visits.

          Very disappointing


          Very gloomy public areas with panoramic views of a spaghetti junction of raised roadways.Lot of roadworks going on outside at the moment.They claim to serve the best breakfast in Sydney.If that's the case I wouldn't like to see the rest.

          Very good


          Some nice views, club floor is quiet and has a good lounge. Smart quite luxurious hotel. I would go again.

          OK hotel and good location BUT


          Stayed here for 6 nights from Dec 30- Jan 5th and it was ok - nothing else. Good location but strange with lots of construction but easy walk to Darling Harbour.Nice bed and great housekeeping services. Had a early check in which was great. Front desk staff can be a little more friendlier I think. Rate included Breakfast which was average - orange juice from concentrate, yuk! Had 2 rates (Hotel is way overpriced for not having a pool and very average business services) and they checked me out & checked me in without evne talling me and lost all my saved messages on my voicemail.

          With time, you can find better hotels in Sydney for this price.

          Great Hotel


          We really enjoyed staying at this hotel.....the rooms were nice and clean and the location is excellent. The hotel is located a short walk from Darling Harbour and we were also able to comfortably walk to China town, Sky Tower, Hyde Park, Circular Quay,etc (although some people may want to take a short cab to Circular Quay!). We were very pleased with this hotel overall however there is no pool and there is a flyover right in front of the hotel.

          Great location - a good place to park yourself


          I stayed at CP Darling Harbor the last week in May. It is my new favorite hotel in Sydney. Was upgraded to very nice Suite overlooking DH. (Plat member) Super bed. Staff was great. Easy access to Darling Harbor. I will be back!

          Crowne Plaza is a good hotel


          We visited Sydney end of March 2004. Initial impression of Crowne Plaza was not good as there are road works around the hotel, as a new tunnel is being built and the furniture in reception looked faded and drab. However, things soon started to look up, as we found out that we had been upgraded to a suite with a huge bathroom, large bedroom with king size bed and a separate sitting room both with good views of Darling Harbour. Staff were helpful. Buffet breakfast had an excellent choice with efficient staff. Crowne Plaza is in an excellent location with less than 10 minutes walk to shops, ferries and restaurants in Darling Harbour. Also, China town is about same distance. Taxi cost A$10 to The Rocks area. Roadworks were a slight pain to negotiate and were a bit of an eyesore, but if you can put up with this, we could not fault the hotel. However, it has not got a swimming pool. It is also less than 10 minutes walk to Victorian shopping mall. Useful laundry nearby.

          Rooms on renovated floors much better


          Stayed here June 2003. The friends I was with upgraded their room to a harbout view on the top floor. This room was great with a wonderful view, huge bathtub and modern decor. I had a standard room on an unrenovated floor which was not nearly so nice and had no view. The lower floor that has been renovated had some noise from the street so I rejected that room. I would recommend staying here if you have a room on the top floor. The staff were very helpful when I wanted to swop rooms.

          Location is good for darling harbour apart from ahving to cross over the busy roads (although there is an overpass). It is also only a short walk to the town hall train station.

          Good but it's not on the harbour


          Stayed here 4 nights in November 2002. Reasonably sized, comfortable room, good bathroom. Excellent buffet breakfast. We could just see the harbour from our room but you have to look out across a 4 lane elevated highway. Harbour with its many restaurants is about 5 minutes walk.

          Parkroyal darling harbour


          Good friendly staff, Nice lobby, Rooms okay. The hotel is close to darling harbour but claims of having rooms with a view are not correct. There is a major raised flyover next to the hotel.

          Putting that aside we had a pleasent stay in the hotel and the staff were very friendly and helpful.

          TripAdvisor Reviews PARKROYAL Darling Harbour Sydney

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Sydney

          Last night of an epic adventure

          A travel blog entry by judithandgeoff on Feb 02, 2016

          We left the hotel and went to the Hydro Majestic for lunch which was very nice great views. We then travelled back to Sydney for our last evening enjoyed our first 'happy hour' available in most places from 3pm until 7pm. Returned to the hotel to have altercation with assistant Manager Alec France who eventually conceded his hotel staff had been …

          Sydney calling

          A travel blog entry by judithandgeoff on Jan 29, 2016

          Before leaving Port Douglas with a 9.15am pick up 39c we had a walk down to Five Mile beach – what a sight well worth the sweat in the temperatures. As usual the taxi to get to the airport arrived on time for our 11.35am flight to Sydney. The 'Park Royal' hotel was a sight in itself and looked like a great finish following a great start &# …

          Moving on to Australia

          A travel blog entry by mikeandedwina on Jan 25, 2016

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          our time in Siem Reap was over far too quickly and we had a little hiccup trying to leave. Fortunately we arrived at the airport with plenty of time to spare as it appeared there was a problem with our visa for Australia and Singapore would not allow us transit through. After much twiddling and fiddling with the check in computer they decided they …

          North to South and A Farewell to Oz

          A travel blog entry by busbydawson2012


          ... up the water tank and make three cups of tea within 10 minutes of arrival. So it was with heavy hearts that we gave up our home on wheels and moved into a little cabin for our last two days in Cairns.

          Cairns itself is not really a ‘looker’ and we only spent a day strolling around mostly in order to stock up on a few essentials and walk the pretty seafront boardwalk. However, there is no beach as such, just a mudflat, and like almost everywhere ...

          Seafood at Sydney

          A travel blog entry by chris-zoe


          ... t worth paying the extra $40 insurance, confident of my driving (though not Zo's). Despite the drizzle the scenery was amazing, prior to thick fog setting in. Tourists continued to head to the viewpoints regardless of the fog, perhaps imagining the wonderful views they'd just missed. The area is also famous for its apple pie so we finished our trip eating a steaming hot pie with a view of the mountains.

          Sydney - we salute you. ...

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