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Holiday Inn Sydney Airport

City Centre, 0.44 mi

4.4/5

Corner of O'Riordan Street

& Bourke Road

Mascot, NSW 2020

Australia


Reservations:

Front Desk:
61-2-93300600

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Holiday Inn Express Sydney Airport

City Centre, 0.52 mi


2-12 Sarah Street

Mascot, NSW 2020

Australia


Reservations:
1-888-HOLIDAY

Front Desk:
61-02-83649111

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Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach-Sydney

City Centre, 3.57 mi

4.4/5

242 Arden Street

PO Box 558

Coogee, NSW 2034

Australia


Reservations:
1 877 2 CROWNE

Front Desk:
61-2-93157600

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Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

City Centre, 3.59 mi

4.2/5

68 Harbour St

Darling Harbour

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia


Reservations:

Front Desk:
61-2-92910200

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4.5/5

58 Bathurst Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia


Reservations:
1 877 2 CROWNE

Front Desk:
61-2-90630100

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Holiday Inn Potts Point-Sydney

City Centre, 4.12 mi

4.4/5

203 Victoria Street

Potts Point

Sydney, NSW 2011

Australia


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Front Desk:
61-2-93684000

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4.4/5

33 Cross Street, Double Bay

Sydney, NSW 2028

Australia


Reservations:
1 888 IC HOTELS

Front Desk:
61-2-83888388

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InterContinental Hotels Sydney

City Centre, 4.71 mi

4.4/5

117 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia


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1 888 IC HOTELS

Front Desk:
61-2-92539000

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4.5/5

10 Byfield St

Macquarie Park

Sydney, NSW 2113

Australia


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Front Desk:
61-2-94289500

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Holiday Inn Parramatta

City Centre, 13.25 mi

4.4/5

18-40 Anderson Street

Parramatta, NSW 2150

Australia


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Front Desk:
61-2-98911277

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Holiday Inn Warwick Farm

City Centre, 14.56 mi

4.4/5

355 Hume Highway

Warwick Farm, NSW 2170

Australia


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Front Desk:
61-2-97261222

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Holiday Inn Sydney St Marys

City Centre, 26.95 mi

4.8/5

Corner Forrester and Boronia Rd

St. Marys

Sydney, NSW 2760

Australia


Reservations:

Front Desk:
61-2-92085678

Visiting Mascot, home of Sydney Airport – A City Guide

Visiting Sydney on a stopover? Or staying a bit longer? Either way, Mascot makes an ideal base. Sydney’s international and domestic terminals dominate this laid-back, waterside suburb, bringing billboards and swanky hotels to an otherwise residential area. Bustling Botany Road is nearby, and the busy heart of the city is less than a 15-minute drive away.

Sydney: city layout

Sydney Airport is located on the shores of Botany Bay, surrounded by the quiet, leafy streets of Mascot and, to the south-west, the lively beachside suburb of Brighton-Le-Sands.

To the north, just a short drive or train ride away, are Sydney’s world-famous harbour and soaring skyline. East of the city centre are the vibrant nightlife districts of Darlinghurst and Kings Cross, while nearby Potts Point and Woolloomooloo offer smart bars and pavement cafés. Further south is trendy Surry Hills, a buzzing neighbourhood of terraced houses, pubs and culinary hotspots. Also close by are the bohemian inner-western suburbs of Glebe, Newtown and Enmore.

In Sydney on a layover?

●       If you only have a few hours: You can’t come to Sydney without spending time on Sydney Harbour. Enjoy a meal at one the waterfront restaurants at Circular Quay or head out to Fort Denison. A glass of champagne at Opera Bar is a must as the sun sets. Take a stroll along George Street in The Rocks. Get a taste of Sydney shopping with a visit to Queen Victoria Building. If you have time, take a stroll through Hyde Park.

●        If you have another day up your sleeve: Enjoy brunch in the sunshine in Alexandria. Take a round trip on the Manly Ferry. Head out to The Gap at Watsons Bay and enjoy the incredible views of the city, the Harbour and the sea. Afterwards, enjoy dinner at Doyle’s as the sun sets. Finish off with cocktails by the sea at Bondi Icebergs Club or The Bucket List.

The concierge recommends…

●       Bondi to Bronte coastal walk: This four-kilometre walking track guides you through some of Sydney’s most impressive coastal locations, including Tamarama Beach and the historic Waverley Cemetery, which offers cliff-top views out to sea.

●       Henry Deane rooftop bar: This chic bar is the perfect spot for a sunset cocktail. Its floor-to-ceiling windows give 360-degree views of Sydney Harbour and the city.

●        Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb: For one of Sydney’s most unforgettable views, take a walk along the upper arch of this iconic structure, 134 metres above the water.

●        North Sydney Olympic Pool: Swim laps in this art deco open-air pool, ideally located beneath the Harbour Bridge.

●        Taronga Zoo: Get up close to native Australian animals, as well as elephants and giraffes, against the backdrop of spectacular Sydney Harbour.

Hotels in Sydney

Whether you’re looking for an action-packed, brief layover close to the city, or a longer, more peaceful experience by the sea, Sydney hotels have you covered.

If you have a plane to catch, there are plenty of smart hotels in Mascot, Sydney’s airport hub. This family-friendly destination is only a 15-minute drive from the city centre.

Hotels in the Central Business District (CBD) are ideal to be within reach of the city’s excellent shopping and nightlife, as well as the main tourist attractions, such as Sydney Harbour, Darling Harbour and the Royal Botanic Garden. The Rocks is Sydney’s historic district, founded by convicts and full of charming places to eat and drink.

If you’d like to be near chic bars and restaurants and great nightlife, elegant Potts Point has plenty of accommodation options, including Holiday Inn Potts Point. It also has leafy streets and beautiful architecture, a short walk from the city centre. Double Bay is a stylish harbourside suburb and home to Intercontinental Sydney Double Bay. The area’s designer boutiques and outdoor dining are right on your doorstep.

Eating Out near Sydney Airport

Sydney’s foodie movement has left its mark on just about every corner of the city. Culinary standards are high across the board and you can find superb cuisines from all over the world.

The Grand Parade in Brighton-Le-Sands is a bustling, beachside thoroughfare of cafés, bars and restaurants, many of them with outdoor seating. Enjoy seafood or pizza at Le Sands Pavilion. For more waterside restaurants, visit King Street Wharf, Rose Bay or The Rocks.

Trendy King Street in Newtown and Enmore Road in Enmore form Sydney’s bohemian heartland, a hive of small bars and restaurants. Nearby Erskineville is a more peaceful spot for a great meal and a glass of wine. Leafy Alexandria is a vibrant neighbourhood for brunch.

Glebe Point Road, Glebe and Crown Street, Surry Hills are tree-lined streets brimming with a multitude of cafés, bars and restaurants for every budget. Queen Street, Woollahra and Potts Point are where you’ll find Sydney’s ritziest dining experiences.

The chef recommends...

●       Sydneysiders love schnitzel, and the best in town are served at long-running Una’s in Darlinghurst. Tuck into the chicken jaeger schnitzel with mushroom sauce, rösti and cabbage salad. One thing is certain – when you eat at Una’s, you definitely won’t leave hungry.

●       You’ll find superb Thai food across Sydney. Don’t miss the beef with black pepper sauce at much-praised Thai Pothong in Newtown.

●       Brunch is a serious business here. Visit bucolic eatery The Grounds in Alexandria and treat yourself to the three-cheese omelette or berry hotcakes. While you wait for your table, say hello to the animals in their small farm.

Shopping in Sydney

Sydney has plenty of excellent retail opportunities, from restored 19th-century arcades and vast, glamorous modern malls to buzzing weekend markets and signature shopping streets.

In the city centre, the striking Queen Victoria Building (QVB) stands next to Sydney Town Hall and offers three floors of stylish fashion, jewellery and gift boutiques alongside high-end restaurants and cafés.

For major international brands and department stores, explore Pitt Street Mall, a bustling, open-air pedestrianised thoroughfare lined with fashion, accessories and beauty shops, or head to the smart Westfield Sydney shopping centre and the charming, historic Strand Arcade.

If you’re looking for a vibrant shopping mall near the airport, try Westfield Eastgardens. Further west, Westfield Parramatta contains nearly 500 stores.

Sydney’s unique shopping

●       Every Saturday Glebe Markets and Paddington Markets sell second-hand items and antiques, plus handmade goods, such as jewellery, soaps and gifts.

●        If you’re looking to update your wardrobe, browse through the boutiques of Australia’s premier fashion labels, including Sass & Bide, Willow and Zimmermann, at The Intersection Paddington.

●        Get up early to catch the best of the action at Sydney Flower Market in Flemington and Sydney Fish Market in Pyrmont.

Culture & Nightlife in Sydney

Sydney has an exciting, diverse cultural scene which is focused around a number of key venues and annual festivals, including Sydney Festival and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras which take place during summer. When the sun sets, a number of city suburbs come alive with small bars, nightclubs and pubs.

Sydney Opera House is the jewel in the city’s cultural crown, presenting superb opera and theatre productions from Australia and abroad. Sydney Theatre Company is the city’s flagship theatre company, formerly under the artistic direction of Cate Blanchett. Its location on a finger wharf in Walsh Bay guarantees stunning harbour views. Other major theatres include the Theatre Royal, State Theatre and the Seymour Centre. Art lovers should visit the Museum of Contemporary Art at Circular Quay and the Art Gallery of NSW next to the Royal Botanic Garden.

When it comes to nightlife, The Rocks has busy, colonial-style pubs, while waterside bars line stylish King Street Wharf. Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach are lively oceanside spots after dark. Oxford Street in Darlinghurst has long been Sydney’s gay and lesbian heartland.

The best of Sydney’s cultural scene

●       Mix culture with cocktails: Before you see a show, grab a drink at the alfresco Opera Bar at the Sydney Opera House or The Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf at Sydney Theatre Company.

●        Fans of edgy independent drama should pay a visit to Stables Theatre, Belvoir Street Theatre or Darlinghurst Theatre.

●        Looking for the latest local sounds or touring bands? Check out the line-ups at the Metro Theatre, the Enmore Theatre or the Oxford Art Factory.

Leisure in Sydney

Sydney is blessed with a magical waterside setting perfect for all kinds of outdoor adventures. Whether you’d like to go sky-diving, scuba diving or mountain hiking, Sydney has it all.

There are many ways to explore the dazzling waterway that is Sydney Harbour. Daredevils can try a thrilling jet-boat ride, or you can opt for a more leisurely journey on a classic gold and green Manly Ferry. For a truly luxurious experience, you can even charter a yacht for the day. Be sure to stop off for lunch at Fort Denison, a tiny historical structure in the middle of the harbour.

A great way to get your bearings is to see Sydney’s attractions from aboard a double-decker sightseeing bus. The panoramic views from Skywalk, a glass-floored platform on top of Sydney Tower, the city’s tallest structure, are breathtaking.

Latest Mascot Hotel Reviews


Great Service
By Robert
Staff are very friendly and helpful. Nothing was too much trouble over a four week stay. [Less]
Rest and relaxation
By Dicko
Enjoyed the comfort and the facilities. A little luxury away from home. Hope to enjoy the restaurant and bar when I return. [Less]
2 night stay.
By Wolfieee
Excellent staff as always. Location perfect. Have stayed many times, and only downfall this trip is the disappointment regarding meal quality compared to prior stays due to COVID restrictions and [More] needing to be confined to the room. Unable to be helped. We stayed in one of the older rooms this time and the beds could do with replacing. Would recommend regardless and will stay again. [Less]
Good staff, clean, comfortable, spacious room, close to the airport
By Rabbit133
Good staff, clean, comfortable, spacious room, close to the airport [Less]
Great value, great bed, clean
By CanadianDownUnder
We really appreciated the location and the underground parking included in the price. Our room was very clean and the beds were excellent. I liked having both the firm and soft pillows to pick from. [More] Overall a positive hotel experience. [Less]
Good to stay
By Eddie
Excellent room clean and tidy, easy to access, friendly staff [Less]
Location and serene setting
By SamD
Clean and comfortable.. staff were very attentive and [Less]
Phenomenal
By SaffireHI
Book now, you won’t regret it. I’m picky about where my family [Less]
Great hotel for short stay.
By Fog and me
I only had an overnight stay.I checked in late after a long drive and was wanting a comfy bed . The bed and pillows were good . The room was quiet and I slept well.Unfortunately I left early after a [More] wonderful breakfast. I would definitely stay again. [Less]
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