Top 5 Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney | Australia | Deals |
Gay travelers consider Sydney to be something of best place to travel as a gay couple: a city that hosts wildly popular events such as the annual Mardi Gras parade; or Fat Tuesday, refers to events of the Carnival celebration, beginning on or after the Christian feasts of the Epiphany and culminating on the day before Ash Wednesday. In 2019 the Madi Gras parade will be on March 5. So better book from now your gay friendly hotel Sydney.
Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia’s largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Garden nearby. Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city and suburbs.
1. Hotel Challis Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney
Built in the early 1900s, the renovated Hotel Challis offers affordable boutique accommodation in Sydney’s stylish Potts Point area. It features a sunny outdoor courtyard, and communal laundry facilities.
Hotel Challis Sydney is located 5 minutes’ walk from both Woolloomooloo Bay and Kings Cross, Sydney’s entertainment and nightlife district. Sydney city centre is a 10-minute drive away.
All rooms have a TV, a refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. Each room has air-conditioning, free WiFi up to 500MB per day, a work desk and a private en suite bathroom.
Hotel is close to Kings Cross Station and quality restaurants and cafes, walk to CBD through Botanical Gardens.
Close to everything you need in Potts Point including Kings Cross station and bus route. Great location for exercise and quick walk into city via Botanical Gardens.
Best room to book is the with balcony one; room good size with small bathroom (shower only). Balcony is shared with other room.
The rooms are clean, there is a small fridge, tea/coffee making facilities, a wardrobe, desk, 2 other tables and a king size bed.
View was good and the room os comfortable. WIFI available but rationed – I used limit quickly and they provided more at no cost. The shower and bathroom are spotless clean.
Tea & coffee facilities in room and water fountain in lounge. There is a laundry room in the hotel & you can buy the tokens & powder at reception.
Although it is bed only (no restaurant or bar here) there are so many good places to eat – highly recommend La Buvette for breakfast which is virtually next door – great food & fab, friendly service.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Challis?
Prices start 90$/night for the Small Double Room. The King Room is 120$/night with breakfast included.
This stylish modern king room features a digital LCD TV, a fridge and a small en suite bathroom.
500 MB of free WiFi is provided per day.
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2. Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney
This award-winning 5-star luxury hotel in the heart of Sydney offers stylish accommodation, along with 2 restaurants, 2 bars, a day spa, swimming pool, fitness centre and business centre.
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney is located in Sydney CBD (Central Business District), just a 10-minute walk from Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Rocks. It is a 15-minute walk from Darling Harbour. The city’s best shopping, dining and nightlife are on the hotel’s doorstep.
All rooms feature the latest in-room entertainment options including internet access. The spacious and ultra-modern bathrooms offer separate bath and shower facilities.
The location is fantastic being a short walk to Wynard Station and Circular key and only minutes to Circular Quay and city surrounds. Next door to shopping mall with supermarket.
Rooms are neat, clean and of a high standard with our room overlooking the City. Decor is very nice, two very comfortable double beds and soft comfortable linen.
Great room with views to the west and the city.
The bathroom is so spacious and to have the choice of a bath or shower was great.
Good options at buffet breakfast, including gluten free and vegetarian dishes. Staff is very efficient and friendly.
How much does a room costs at Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney?
Prices start 140$/night for the Deluxe King Room. Deluxe Twin Room with Club Lounge Access is 280$/night with breakfast included.
Located on level 30 to 34, this room boasts free panoramic views over the city skyline. It offers a digital flat-screen TV and free WiFi. The en suite bathroom has ‘Hydro’ bathroom amenities, black-and-white floor and wall tiling, a deep stand-alone bathtub and a separate shower.
This room includes:
– access to the Executive Club Lounge which offers free breakfast, evening drinks and canapés
– access to the business centre and use of boardroom facilities
Where to book Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney – you can find the best resort deals in Sydney on Booking.com and Agoda.com.
3. The Westin Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney
Located in Sydney CBD (Central Business District), next to bustling Martin Place, The Westin Sydney features an à la carte restaurant, a bar and access to a fitness centre. It boasts luxurious rooms with unique décor and a flat-screen TV. Some rooms offer stunning city views. Guests enjoy free WiFi in public areas.
The Westin Hotel Sydney is 15 minutes’ walk from both Darling Harbour and Chinatown. The Museum of Contemporary Art and Sydney Opera House are each within 20 minutes’ walk.
Offering rooms in the heritage-listed Sydney General Post Office building and in towering levels overlooking Sydney, the Westin is just 5 minutes’ walk from both Martin Place Railway Station and Wynyard Railway station.
Martin Place is a great location fairly close to everything you need to see in the CBD and close to main attraction during the Mardi Gras weekend.
The hotel is bang in the centre of the CBD on Martin Place and so is a 10 minute walk to Circular Quay and and the Opera House area.
Lots of shopping and restaurants/food outlets within walking distance.
The rooms are spacious and spotless, and have a beautiful view of the city. The formerly-iconic-post-office hotel’sappearance and the interior design of the old hotels wing is a nice touch. The bed is heavenly comfy and room service was excellent.
The rooms at The Westin Sydney are all fabulous, but if you can, book a Heritage Room for old world elegance with current amenities. The rooms are stunning and you’ll immediately feel like you’re transported back in time.
We would recommend the breakfast in Mosaic restaurant over the club. Mosaic buffet breakfast is excellent even if it’s priced at 45$.
How much does a room costs at The Westin Sydney?
Prices start 350$/night for the Heritage Deluxe Twin Room with daily breakfast. Tower Superior King Room is 300$/night with breakfast included.
Located on floors 3 to 7, these rooms offer a rejuvenating Westin Heavenly® king bed, floor to ceiling glass windows and a spacious bathroom offering a separate deep-soak bath and a Heavenly® shower. The décor is sophisticated and uplifting, with contemporary design elements such as stainless steel and aquamarine glass, light wood tones and neutral fabrics. Entertainment includes a flat-screen TV, DVD player and a BOSE sound system
Where to book The Westin Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney – you can find the best resort deals in Sydney on Booking.com and Agoda.com.
4. Rydges Sydney Central – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney
Our next recommendation for a gay hotel in Sydney is a luxury 4* hotels located in downtown Sydney.
It is a short few minutes walk from Central station. There are many decent cafes within walking distance that are a great option for breakfast. You can also tried the room-service menu which was more than adequate.
Close to Central station, close to a really good food district in Surry Hills, and it is an overall convenient choice.
Our suggestion is to book the Deluxe room. It is larger than expected. Two beds and a separate lounge area. The room is clean and the beds very comfy. The room has great city views. The room itself is above expectations. Clean, well-appointed, and extremely comfortable.
Great pillows. Wifi okay. Good curtains for sleep. City noises during the night but not very noise. Can hear trains occasionally passing through, but again not too much noise. Can set your own temperatures – good for those who get cold or hot.
Buffet breakfast is fresh with plenty of options. The buffet breakfast is broad and generous, catering for all tastes, palates and dietary requirements. It should be noted that the bacon is of the American style rather than that more familiar to Australian and British diners. The scrambled eggs often have a slight greasy mouth feel which detracted from the overall tastiness. Coffee is complimentary, however it is generated by an instant coffee machine. Barista made coffee is extra.
The hotel bar, Bar Srury Hills, has local craft beer on tap for $5 a schooner all day.
How much does a room costs at Rydges Sydney Central?
Prices start 200$/night for the Superior King Room. The Executive Double Room is 270$/night with breakfast included.
This double room features a bathrobe, air conditioning and minibar.
Where to book Rydges Sydney Central – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney – you can find the best resort deals in Sydney on Booking.com and Agoda.com.
5. 28 Hotel Hotel Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney
Our last recommendation for a gay friendly hotel in Sydney is a budget 3* hotel with great price & amenities.
Offering free WiFi, room service, an on-site fitness centre, 24-hour front desk and daily servicing, 28 Hotel is located 7 minutes’ walk from Central Train Station.
The property is 8 minutes’ walk from University of Technology Sydney and 14 minutes’ walk from Surry Hills where you will find a range of trendy bars and restaurants. If you feel like an after dinner treat, Koi Dessert Bar is 3 minutes’ walk away.
Each room at 28 Hotel, Sydney has both heating and air-conditioning as well as a bathroom with free toiletries, a shower and a hairdryer. An iPod and a flat-screen TV are provided.
The location close to Central station which is very convenient. It’s really close to Central Station, Chinatown and Tech University, although the most touristic areas are a bit further away.
Large room with extra single bed offered lots of room.The room are clean, well maintained and all that we needed. The reception staff are vert helpful with directions, advice and information.
The bathroom has the usual toilet and sink (which is very big) and a shower with overhead spray. Soap, shampoo and hair conditioner are provided by the hotel. The soap and shampoo had a pleasant smell and were gentle on the skin and hair.
In the lobby, there is a Nespresso (?) coffee machine. A selection of teas and coffees as well as hot chocolate powder is available, and cups and covers can be found on top of the machine or off the right of it. Just make your selection and set the machine appropriately and you get the perfect cup of coffee or tea. In the morning, a selection of pastries (croissants, pains au chocolat, and chocolate-chip Danish swirls) are available. All of this is available free of charge!
How much does a room costs at 28 Hotel Sydney?
Prices start 110$/night for the Small Double Room. The Queen Room is 125$/night with breakfast included.
This double room features a flat-screen TV and air conditioning
Where to book 28 Hotel Sydney – Gay Friendly Hotel Sydney – you can find the best resort deals in Sydney on Booking.com and Agoda.com.