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- Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, Full Harbour Junior Suite
- Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
- Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, Premier City Room
- Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, Grain
- Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
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KamerbeschrijvingenDeluxe City King
(26 m²) Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, badkamer met föhn, zicht op de Sydney skyline.
Deluxe Partial Harbour King Room
(26 m²) Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, badkamer met föhn, zicht op de Sydney skyline en deels zicht op de haven.
Premier City King
(53 m²) Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn, zicht op de Sydney skyline.
(26 m²) Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, badkamer met föhn, zicht op de Sydney skyline, met Club Floor-privileges.
Gelegen nabij de wijk The Rocks, met zijn vele koloniale gebouwen, restaurants en cafés.
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Sydney, de bruisende hoofdstad van de staat New South Wales, is de grootste en oudste stad van Australië.
"Very Good Hotel"
The Location is excellent for easy access to Cirqular Quay, the harbor ferries, and the opera house and bridge, there's also a lot of restaurants and bars in the rocks neighborhood which is where the hotel is. It's a 15-20 minute Uber/cab to beaches, a 30 minute ferry to Manly, so good location. The staff is very good and attentive. The only drawback I would say is the hotel itself, it's going through some remodeling so entire areas are closed off. Some of the things in the rooms, in our room the bathroom for example, are not up to the four seasons brand. Also the pool is pretty poor, it's pretty small and located in one area with another area of "pool" with chairs and lounges but no pool whatsoever. Not very inviting to spend time there, the pool bar is also very small. Overall very good, having stayed at other four seasons though, not up to the standards of the best four seasons.
At the end of our 2 week Australian vacation we thought we had saved the best for last boy we were wrong What they don't tell you on the website is that there are renovations going on inside the hotel and tremendous construction outside the hotel. Setting that aside let's talk about the rooms. We were taken to a room billed as a deluxe king let me tell you I have shoe boxes bigger. My husband went down and were able to upgrade for a 100 dollars a night to a very large room. Unfortunately the room did not have hot water for the 3 nights we stayed there. They sent up"engineers" to look at it and said it was fixed only to find out in the shower it was not fixed. After the second night my husband went to speak to the manager who was unimpressive and offered to send something to our room who needs anything hot water please. She also said she was unaware of the problem which is the real problem. We used the spa which was very nice and the people were lovely. The concierge was okay. The guest services people were amazing They helped my husband plan a surprise for me as we were there over Valentines Day. But the worst of all was on checkout. Forgetting about the upgrade when we reviewed the bill they charged our room almost a 100 dollars more than our booked price when the front desk person had it looked at he said it was a computer glitch and changed the price. The manager did not offer anything until my husband said something to her. We had prepaid half and he thought she should have paid the other half. It wasn't until we left that she emailed she would split the difference with us. A weak result but it's done.
"Gorgeous Corner Suite"
For my 65th birthday my wife and I decided to spend a week at the Four Seasons in a harbor view suite. What's not to love about waking up in the morning to watch a new cruise ship dock at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay, with the Harbour Bridge on one side and the Opera House on the other? The hotel is an older building, but generally well kept up. Our suite was large and quite comfortable. The only real complaint there was that the HVAC isn't quite up to snuff. The thermostat goes down to 18.5 degrees (65 F), which would be delightful for sleeping if the room had followed suit, but it didn't. The fan the housekeeping department sent up was a bit on the noisy side. Really, guys, fan technology has improved greatly in the last 50 years. Get a new one. That was a relatively minor flaw in what was otherwise a delightful stay. We didn't make use of the hotel's food & beverage choices, mainly because there are so many good options close by in The Rocks, Barangaroo, Circular Quay, etc. Though we did stop in for the Friday evening oysters and Champagne, which featured glasses of Louis Roederer for $15. Sounds good until you realize that the portion is only about 3 oz., so at $15 per glass, they aren't really discounting anything. Full price in the bar is $120 for the bottle - hmmm...8 glasses at $15 each = $120. Overall, it is a very lovely, comfortable hotel with good service. Pretty much what you would expect from Four Seasons, and pretty much what we have gotten at each of the properties we have visited around the planet. Gracious staff and management, as well. There was some construction in the ground floor lobby, which leads me to wonder whether there will be an additional F&B option coming.
"One night here. Fabulous."
I stayed here a night while on a business trip with my clients. I've stayed at multiple Four Season hotels and love this one equally. As usual the accommodation itself splendid with the linen in my opinion one of the best in its class. The restaurants looked fabulous though didn't have very much time to check out. Will be back again.
"Don't go to the bar"
Looking for a a decent cocktail before dinner we headed to the Four Seasons which would usually guarantee the right level of service. We sat at the bar itself to enable us to talk to the bartender but a waiter came along and made us move to the windows where we could watch the roadworks. He ungraciously took our order when I had wanted to make a special order, but the coup de gras was then demanding a credit card in advance. Dreadful
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