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Accomodation Sydney CBD

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netaddict

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Looking for some suggestions on accomodation in Sydney CBD.

Stayed in Sydney many times at various differant places however this time have a requirement. Looking for a place in the CBD that has rooms on very high levels (eg, like 20 plus).

Been told the Meriton World Tower is a good place to stay if your looking for a high rise.

Does anyone have any other suggestions?

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Dylan
 
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neil_gardner

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I prefer the Shangri-La. 36 Floors in total ; Opera House one way, Darling Harbour the other
 

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The Marriott at Circular Quay is nice, i like that one. get a harbour view room fairly high up if you can.
 

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I recently tried the Four Seasons and the rooms are very nice. Not much room variety that I could see though but the in-room facilities, service and views are top notch.

I used to use Rydges Jamison (35 odd stays in 2005) and their rooms have a LOT of variety. If you are going to be staying frequently in Sydney then Rydges is quite happy to give you nice upgrades to suites, preferred rooms and floors and so forth.

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Daniel
 

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I recently tried the Four Seasons and the rooms are very nice. Not much room variety that I could see though but the in-room facilities, service and views are top notch.

I used to use Rydges Jamison (35 odd stays in 2005) and their rooms have a LOT of variety. If you are going to be staying frequently in Sydney then Rydges is quite happy to give you nice upgrades to suites, preferred rooms and floors and so forth.

Regards
Daniel

PS: I should mention that the Four Seasons have a 3 x $ QFF Point bonus and Rydges recently removed theirs.
 
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