Radisson Hotel And Suites Sydney

Address: 72 Liverpool Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Darling Harbour, Opera Australia, Sydney Town Hall, and Cockle Bay Wharf.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel And Suites Sydney

    Reviewed by globetothers

    Nice friendly laid back just sub-high class hotel

    Reviewed Jan 30, 2011
    by (3 reviews) , Sweden Flag of Sweden

    a 4 star hotel with nice large rooms where most have balconies. Bar, restaurant, pool and sauna and a small exercise room. Generally very nice and laid back staff but one or two seems they would lika to work in a uppe class hotel. The hotel lies smack in the middle of the party area in sydney bordering to the chinatown and the Rocks. Ok priced with good service. Suzanna and Tess in the bar are just wonderful !

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Hotel And Suites Sydney

    Very Impressed.


    Very Impressed with the Radisson, great location. We had a 2 bedroom suite and it was really lovely, very clean and bathrooms excellent. Housekeeping staff did a excellent job every day of our 5 night stay. One work of advice the photos on website of darling harbour are not near the hotels door - a quick walk. Otherwise loved our stay in the Radisson and if I was ever to return would def be heading back there!

    Fantastic Service, No issues with Noise


    I had a wonderful experience at this hotel. The location was great, the service was top notch, and the rooms were very impressive.

    We had a chance to check out the hotel lounge/bar and it had a friendly, laid-back atmosphere.

    Nigel, at the front desk was extremely friendly, and helpful with directions and reservations to local sites.

    One of the 3 days I was there, the elevator was out, but the front-desk and housekeeping were super-speedy bringing any items to the door.

    I felt like I was at a 5-star hotel, for a very reasonable price. It was good for a business traveler as well as a leisure vacationer. I would definitely stay there again.

    Fantastic Mid City Hotel


    Stayed at this hotel during the Easter period in a 2 bedroom Suite. Room was clean and fantasticly appointed, facilities at the hotel were excellent including: restaurant, bar, indoor pool (under a starlight sky!), fitness centre, meeting area etc. and finally the best thing about the hotel...its service. I have been to many hotels around the world and the Radisson Hotel & Suites Sydney has the best service I have experienced.

    I would recommend this hotel to basically everyone due to its location...its close to both the CBD & Darling Harbour. Overall a great hotel.

    Radisson is first rate.


    Stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment and it was excellent.

    Really a lovely place to stay, very central, clean and the staff were first rate.

    Would recommend it for families as well.

    Excellent facilities.

    Only negative thing was the cost of breakfast. Walk two minutes into Chinatown and get a good breakfast for half the price.

    Very Nice Hotel


    We stayed at the Radisson Hotel and Suites from 17th March to 21st March

    The rooms are clean and comfortable with a kitchenette. The bathroom was a good size with a special makeup table and stool, very nice. The pool area with spa is OUTSTANDING, beautiful and clean with a sauna and changing rooms. There is also a nice gym there as well. This hotel is close to everything in Sydney, close to capital theatre, china town, Paddys Market and Darling Harbour, we could walk everywhere in comfort. Loved chinatown, the restaurants are fantastic and cheap (try the Peking Duck, delicious. The Sydney fishmarket is also a great place to visit for lunch, we had the king prawns(heaps of variety). This hotel is one of the best, the only reason we did not give it 5 dots was the view, we were on the third floor in the back part of the hotel with no view (but it was quiet). The floors above us on the other side would probably get a good view of the city. Would definately stay here again, thanks Radisson.

    Auckland NZ



    I would totally recommend this hotel, the rooms are so big and spacious, so comfortable and clean. I will always stay in this hotel when in sydney. Great location, excellent service!

    Don't stay here if you want to sleep past 7am!


    Would not recommend this hotel. We had paid for an extra night as we would be arriving at 6am and wanted the room to be ready. When we walked into the room we could not believe the noise level. There is a huge building site with cranes and heavy machinery directly opposite the hotel. Not what you need when you have been travelling all night and want to get some sleep.

    We asked to be moved to another room but it took 5 hours to accomplish this and 3 phone calls and a visit to reception.

    The pool area is nice but was spoilt but the rowdy behaviour of guests drinking and smoking in the spa and I believe the hotel should be ensuring this sort of thing does not happen. (this happened both days i tried to use the pool.

    The second suite we had was fine but the view was of a rather unsavoury apartment block. The kitchen is a bit of a waste of space due to the lack of utensils for cooking!

    Basically I would never stay in this hotel again even when the construction has finished.

    A great business hotel!


    We were very pleased with this business-oriented hotel. You are a five-minute walk from Sydney Harbor and close to most, if not all, of what's happening! The hotel itself is very attractive (very fung shui) with a good business center and comfortable, roomy sleeping rooms. Make sure to book a deal that includes breakfast cause their buffet is abundant and yummy!

    Great Place But Heavy Construction in Area as of May 2004


    I stayed here in June and the location, on a small street by the Spanish corridor is ideal. Not only is it near downtown and the Pier but you can hop on the monorail to get you to the main sites. The rooms are on whole very well maintained, although the kitchen lacks any dishes, plates, utencils. The bathroom is very roomy but the shower has an annoying "removable shower head" that can fall off and break your foot. The service is friendly, considerate and helpful. A gym is on the bottom floor. The negative side is that the area where the hotel is located in is being built up, ie: tall skyscrapers and the loud, disturbing sound of heavy machines makes it almost impossible to sleep. Cafes and nightlife (for boozers) all around and safe.

    Great hotel


    Stayed at the Radisson on 15th May & it was great! The bed was the biggest thing I've ever seen & comfortable, the room was huge & the bathroom...well...let me tell you about the bathroom! Not only did it have a great half tub with shower combo & a hand-held shower rose but there was a special table with a stool & make-up mirror. Ladies can apply their makeup at the table while their husbands shave at the sink & there's no way you could ever bump into one another! The towels were huge & face cloths were supplied. The tea & coffee making facilities were great, a separate sink in the bedroom made filling the kettle much easier & the coffee supplied was a good brand. They also had a stove top installed but unfortunately, absolutely no utensils or cooking equipment so why it's there I don't know. However, I loved this hotel. The restaurant had good food & service & the buffet breakfast was great & very popular.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Hotel And Suites Sydney

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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