Seasons Harbour Plaza

Address: Darling Harbour No. 252 Sussex St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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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Amenities

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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Room service
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsSeasons Harbour Plaza Sydney

          Reviewed by solveig.waaler

          Easy for tourists

          Reviewed Mar 20, 2015
          by (24 reviews) , Norway Flag of Norway

          An appartment hotell, laundry in room, kitchen but alarming that there is a high fee for firealarm, costly Wifi, close to Darling Harbour

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Seasons Harbour Plaza Sydney

          3.00 of 5 stars Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Sydney

          12 June, 2016 (Fake Rocks and Spinning Towers)

          A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Jun 12, 2016

          14 photos

          We woke up and went to Woolworths to
          make our own breakfast at the hotel. Steve doggedly attempted to
          light the larger burner of the room's stove and succeeded after scrubbing the connection
          with a sponge. Success!
          We bought eggs, spinach, capsicum,
          onion, oyster mushrooms, cottage cheese, and ham (Steve), making
          lovely …

          11 June, 2016 (Reunited)

          A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Jun 11, 2016

          12 photos

          This is it. He's here. I cannot believe
          it. We fell full-on back into awesomeness, like we thought we would. I got up at 5.00, stuffed down some
          food, then went to the station. My heart was beating so hard. I can
          recall every step of waiting. Waiting for the train, on the train,
          walking into the International Terminal. Then, I found …

          10 June, 2016 (Walkabout Sydney)

          A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Jun 10, 2016

          31 photos

          I woke up early today and rang Steve as
          he boarded his plane. He was very calm now that he was on his way.
          All he had to do was sit and wait. Easy. Or is it? In less than 24
          hours, we would be with each other.


          I left the apartment at about 8.45 and
          got into the city to ditch my stuff at the hotel and zip to Town

          En train avec Age d'or/ traveling with Seniors

          A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 06, 2015

          9 comments, 8 photos

          ... br>
          Australia is big. Really big. There are at least 2 ways to visit this country, hopping from town to town, or taking a long trip through the country. We chose the latter, for the first part of the trip. It takes 4 days to cross West to East, the train makes a few stops through a few boom and bust mining towns, who's only purpose now is restocking station for the train. We are in the heart of mystic Australia Outback where very few Australian actually ...

          We're back home and time to reflect

          A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Oct 16, 2015

          ... through its own veins so to speak, was actually the lifeblood of the people on the road. The destruction of the veins of the road meant the destruction, or rather the downfall, of the people. Of course this is the price of progress and the mother Road is no different to any other areas throughout the world that has to suffer the effects of progress. Setting aside the trip down the mother road how do we compare doing a road trip in a car versus ...