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Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour

Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour

Property Information:

70 Murray Street, Pyrmont

Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour is in the heart of Sydney's tourist district, with many of the hotel's 256 rooms offering spectacular views of Darling Harbour. Sydney Aquarium, Maritime Museum and the Powerhouse Museum are all within walking distance. The hotel features internet access, a restaurant, bar and easy access to the monorail or light rail lines.

Ibis Sydney Darling HarbourHotel Reception

  • 24 hour front desk
  • Car parking onsite (fee)
  • Foreign exchange
  • Internet access
  • Grill-style Bistro
  • Dry cleaning
  • Lift/elevator
  • Restaurant
    (closed on Monday + Sunday nights)
  • Bar/lounge
  • Car rental

Dining AreaHotel Bar

bar lift restaurant

Accommodation Information:

Ibis Darling Harbour provides guests with quality 3-star accommodation in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Many of the hotel's 256 rooms are comfortable, spacious and offer spectacular views of Darling Harbour.

  • Air conditioning
  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Electronic key card
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • In-house movies (fee)
  • Non smoking rooms
  • Ironing Equipment
  • Disabled facilities
  • Modem/Fax line
  • Internet Access
  • Telephone
  • Hairdryer

Hotel RoomHotel Room

air conditioning hair dryer tea and coffee iron phone modem non smoking

Location Information:

Sydney's early settlers knew Darling Harbour as Cockle Bay, due to the abundance of shellfish. A steam mill was built here in 1815 and this previously tranquil inlet became the city's main industrial region, with docks, a railway yard and an international shipping terminal.

By the early 1980s, however, businesses in the area languished and the Darling Harbour Authority was formed in 1984 to revamp the precinct, which was opened in 1988 in time for the city's Bicentenary celebrations. There is something for everyone here - from museums and parks to shopping, dining and live entertainment.

Darling Harbour is close to Chinatown and therefore is an appropriate location for the beautiful Chinese Garden of Friendship, designed by landscape architects from Guangdong Province.

Also at Darling Harbour are the vast Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, around 15 hotels and serviced apartment buildings and some innovative modern architecture, particularly at Cockle Bay Wharf and King Street Wharf which opened in 2000.

Darling HarbourDarling Harbour by night

  • Chinatown
  • Chinese Gardens
  • Cockle Bay
  • Harbour side Shopping Centre
  • IMAX Theatre
  • Monorail link to city
  • National Maritime Museum
  • Powerhouse Museum
  • Star City Casino
  • Sydney Aquarium
  • Sydney Convention
  • Exhibition Centre
  • Sydney Entertainment Centre

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