Need to know
189, including 18 suites.
11am. Earliest check-in, 2pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $228.34 (AU$299), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates exclude breakfast. Choose from cooked-to-order waffles and omelettes, or healthy options from the self-service fridge. Buffet breakfast, AU$38 a person; Continental, AU$28; half price for under-12s.
Indulgent massages, facials and exfoliating treatments can be arranged in-room. Work up a sweat in the marine breeze: daily Pilates and boxing classes take place on the pier from Monday to Friday.
At the hotel
Lounge, free WiFi in public spaces (AU$9.95 a day for in-room access), Pilates and boxing classes, private pier. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, minibar, tea- and coffee-making facilities, organic Appelles Apothecary & Lab toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
Inspired by sweeping harbour views, rooms have a quiet nautical elegance. Marble-top tables, timber beams and leather chairs offset an understated palette of creams and greys. Waterside rooms have Walsh Bay views framed by floor-to-ceiling windows. All the suites are luxurious – expect day-beds, in-room tubs and an eyeful of Sydney's icons – but for true indulgence book the Harbour View Balcony Suite: you’ll find an indoor-outdoor bathroom and private deck jutting out over the pier.
Embrace the casual seaside vibe with deck shoes and pedal pushers.
The hotel has four wheelchair-accessible rooms.
Pets are allowed on the ground floor (but not the Gantry), and in some Waterside King, Twin, and King Deluxe rooms with direct pier access, on request, for AU$60 a stay. Dog bowls and sleeping mats are provided, and food can be ordered round the clock. See more pet-friendly hotels in Sydney.
Welcome. Cots for under-5s are free. Some rooms (Heritage Deluxe, Waterside Deluxe, Walsh Bay Suite and Hickson Suite) have a double sofa bed for two under-12s or one older child (AU$30 a night a child). The restaurant can rustle up child-friendly meals.
The hotel sources its food from local producers and farmers, recycles grey water, and uses eco-friendly light bulbs and a saltwater cooling system.