Described as a city of business, Sydney, also called the Harbour City, has cultural and sporting opportunities and has a cosmopolitan vibe that encourages enjoyment and having a warm and passionate locals. There are impressive icons in the city and the most popular are the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, coupled with its inviting sands in the renowned Bondi Beach for beach lovers.
If you are into a ritzy harbourside suburb, then Double Bay is for you, with its upscale boutiques, beauty salons and restaurants that well to do shoppers can afford.
Sydney may be known to have expensive accommodation or place to stay, but it can cater also to those with smaller budgets such as bed and breakfast lodging, hostels, budget hotels and motels. Staying in budget accommodation will allow you to enjoy more of what the city has to offer, but it does not mean that you are compromised on the quality of their hotel services since many of them still offer good amenities and reasonable service that is comparable to expensive hotels.
Note that these budget accommodations in Sydney has various options that you can find practically anywhere in the city, and are in locations like in Darling Harbour and Oxford Street that have throbbing nightlife and delightful gourmet to offer.
When planning to stay in Sydney, you are suggested to consider choosing locations where you will frequent your activities and has easy access to public transport so as to save travelling time and costs. Backpackers and budget travellers are known to prefer staying in the heart of the downtown since many affordable hostels can be found there, especially in the areas at Central Station and Kings Cross.
Booking in a great hotel won’t stop you because there are several options that you can choose from to make your stay more relaxing, fun and enjoyable. If you like to be in the surroundings of the Sydney Opera House or at the Maritime Museum of Sydney and other famous attractions, you can book in a hotel that is located in the Rocks area of Sydney. Another hotel is not as expensive as the first one described but still on the expensive side, with its heated indoor pool and sauna, a gym, and with balcony rooms that allow you to look out over the city.
There is another hotel that is a preferred choice for those who are looking forward to various spa treatments to ease their tired travelled muscles, and can go to the gym or play tennis, and end up the day’s activity swimming in the indoor heated swimming pool.
There is a hotel on Cowper Wharf that has rooms with great views, and with architecture and decor pleasing enough to be admired, and just a walking distance are restaurants for your choosing.