We visit the Pullman Hyde Park Hotel, a 5-star Sydney hotel located in the heart of the city with expansive park and city views.
If you are looking for a well-located Sydney city hotel that is away from the hustle and bustle while being only a short walk from all of the action, look no further than the Pullman Hyde Park. This city escape is a perfect base for any trip to Sydney, whether it is for work or play.
The Pullman is conveniently located on the edge of Hyde Park in the centre of the city. We love the location for the access to the city and iconic Sydney attractions and also the location right on the park – perfect for a morning walk or run.
The Check-in Experience
Check-in was a breeze and the front desk team were friendly, helpful and efficient. We were warmly welcomed and provided with information about the room, the hotel and the local area.
Two restaurants and a bar, a rooftop pool and gym with views across of the Sydney skyline, meeting rooms and functions spaces, concierge services and in-room dining, the hotel has all of the five star amenities you would expect. One of our favourite parts of the stay was the pool area and gym with its city views and rooftop location.
ele Note – We love a good hotel buffet breakfast and the Pullman’s offering at Windows on the Park restaurant was a delicious start to the day.
There is a range of room types available, including Classic, Superior, Deluxe and the Park Suite. The rooms are well appointed with everything you need for a comfortable city stay, with twin or king beds and crisp white linens. We were lucky enough to stay in the Park Suite by Coco Republic which enjoys a separate living room and bedroom, kitchenette, expansive city and park views and interiors designed by Coco Republic. We definitely recommend booking this suite if you are looking for luxurious city stay and a lot more space than a standard hotel room.
Our room was peaceful, comfortable, perfectly appointed and quiet – one of our must-haves on any hotel stay!
Pullman Hyde Park, 36 College Street, Sydney 2000.
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