A solid four-star hotel, it provides a list of guest services based on years of experience of travellers' needs from dietary and Kosher meals to simply essential baby nappies (diapers) which is the envy of many competitors.
The hotel is at the heart of Sydney's main shopping district with its main entrance on Pitt Street and its rear entrance on George Street directly opposite the Queen Victoria Building.
Hilton Sydney is an unusual hotel for the city. It is built above the Royal Arcade shopping centre with most of its food, beverage and conference facilities on the next three floors. Offices accessed through a completely separate entrance occupy the next 11 levels. Guest rooms take up the next 23 levels to the 43rd floor. Most offer expansive city views and some have distant harbour glimpses. The hotel has 585 rooms and suites, including 42 Executive rooms on two floors and 10 floors of non-smoking rooms. All the hotel's rooms and suites are tastefully furnished in light, muted tones and offer the choice of King, Queen or twin beds.
Hilton Sydney has three restaurants and six bars, including Sydney's most historic hotel bar - the George Adams. This dates from the when Adams Hotel occupied part of the Hilton site.
259 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW 2001, Australia
Sydney Hilton Hotel, NSW, Australia
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