Four Seasons Sydney
At a Glance
The Four Seasons Sydney has the city's largest heated outdoor hotel swimming pool - triangular in shape, it is 20 meters in length and has a separate whirlpool
Located right on George Street, in the heart of downtown Sydney
Rooms on the higher floors have picture-postcard views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge
Take a short stroll from the front door to the historic Rocks District for markets and boutiques
A great base to explore Sydney on foot
The new artisan bar, Grain, is the perfect spot for pre-dinner cocktails before heading out to one of Sydney’s many world-class eateries.Scott Dunn team
Make sure to head out onto the hotel’s roof where you’ll find one of Sydney’s best rooftop pools, complete with hot tub and tropical style bar - perfect for getting you into the Sydney outdoor vibe.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Four Seasons Sydney or take a look at our itineraries to New South Wales
Stunningly situated in the historic Rocks district overlooking Sydney Harbour at Circular Quay and just a short walk from the city’s main attractions, Four Seasons is a luxurious and elegant hotel, with dramatic harbor front views. Lined with cobbled streets, the Rocks area of Sydney has fascinating shops, a weekend market, plentiful pavement cafes and lovely galleries. The attractions of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney Opera House and shopping districts are all close by giving The Four Seasons a unique vantage point.
The generously proportioned rooms and suites are furnished in contemporary grand-luxe style with rich silks, marbles and mahogany. Bathrooms are lavish with gold and marble dominating. The range of rooms and suites is extensive and views include the opera house, the harbor bridge and Sydney's diverse cityscape. Lounge 32, an exclusive retreat by Four Seasons, offers added services and amenities.
The restaurants at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney are diverse, with a modern Australian restaurant showcasing delicious a la carte dishes featuring seasonal local produce. The Cabana is located on the pool deck and serves gourmet salads and sandwiches at lunchtimes.
When the extensive highlights of Sydney have been exhausted or you just need a break from the bustling city, the hotel's renowned outdoor swimming pool, sauna and sanctuary spa could be just what you need - or simply relax in your room with in-room cuisine worthy of a fine dining restaurant.
The Four Seasons Sydney has 531 guest rooms including 121 suites, all with city, opera or harbor views. The Premier Rooms have the addition of an open plan lounge/bedroom area and suites have bedrooms and lounge areas in separate locations. Furnishing are opulent with lavish silks, marble, limestone and mahogany being used throughout. All rooms have 42 inch LCD TVs with DVD players, iPod docking stations and high speed internet access.
As with all Four Seasons, younger guests are particularly well looked after with everything from child sized dressing gowns to complimentary milk and cookies at bedtime. The can also provide age specific amenities such as changing mats, cots, bottle warmers etc as well as babysitting and children's menus.
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has three fabulous restaurants and a bar. From a modern Australian restaurant to the relaxed poolside setting of The Cabana, the quality and freshness of the food is never compromised. The hotel has a stunning outdoor heated swimming pool, fully equipped 24 hour gym, steam room and spa.
From the Four Seasons Sydney, tennis and golf are available nearby. Other activities include visiting Bondi Beach, climbing the harbor bridge (a 3-hour climb!) and enjoying the diverse range of shopping, restaurants, arts and culture Sydney has to offer. The intimate spa offers an escape from the buzz of the city and the treatments use indigenous ingredients such as essential oils, floral and fruit extracts, salt and clay to pamper, relax and revive you.
Location & Directions
Stunningly situated in the historic Rocks district overlooking Sydney Harbour at Circular Quay and just a short walk from the city’s main attractions.
When to go
In the southern half of Australia the seasons are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere: spring comes in September, summer is from December to February, autumn runs from March to May, and winter begins in June.
Sydney is great to visit year round but if you want warm sun and dry weather it is best to try between November and April. Their winter months of May - October usually have mild weather so you can still enjoy all the sights.