Groupies are whisked away to a newly built mystery hotel situated in Macquarie Park, Sydney, where a multiplicity of attractions await them. These include the Sydney Olympic Park, Macquarie Shopping Centre, and DFO Homebush, among others. The hotel also constitutes an ideal base for exploring Sydney’s Northwest and is only a stone’s throw from Sydney CBD.
The hotel’s rooms are fully equipped and feature ergonomic seating and working desks. They come fitted out with a flat-screen TV, in-room safe and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Each of the rooms boasts an en suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and a hairdryer.
Standard Queen Room
North Ryde is located 15 kilometres North-West of the Sydney CBD, in the local government area of the City of Ryde. Local attractions include the Sydney Olympic Park, the North Ryde golf club, DFO Homebush and the Macquarie Ice-Rink or take a short 20 minute journey to the CBD.
Sydney is a cosmopolitan mix of attractions that has been delighting visitors for decades. The most populous city in Australia, Sydney is known for being cutting edge, down-to-earth and a mecca of diversity where natural and man-made sites abound. Home to the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and golden Bondi Beach, the city buzzes with an infectious energy that enchants travelers both from neighbouring states and further around the globe.
Embark on a self-guided tour of the city, weaving up to Circular Quay to see the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Then stroll over to The Rocks to learn about the city’s history, where cobbled streets, Aussie pubs and weekend markets present a cultural experience. Back at the Quay, hop on a ferry bound for Balmain or Manly and appreciate the water views and snap photos of waterside properties and the CBD skyline.
Hit up suburbs like Paddington and Surry Hills for trendy boutiques, hip bars and creative restaurants or jump on a ferry to Taronga Zoo, Balmain or Mosman. In the city, spread time between museums, galleries and waterside locations like Darling Harbour and Circular Quay. Wrap up the day with high tea in a swish establishment or an authentic meal in Chinatown.