72 Liverpool Street
Sydney NSW  Australia 2000
LAT: -33.87581 LONG: 151.20481
View and Explore

+1 (800) 333-3333 (Australia Toll-free)

TELEPHONE: +61 2 8268 8888 FAX: +61 2 8268 8889


Radisson Hotel and Suites Sydney

Sign in to view all reservations in your account

Explore Sydney Attractions at Your Doorstep

The Radisson Hotel and Suites Sydney boasts an unbeatable location in the centre Sydney CBD, near both world-famous tourist attractions and important corporate offices. Whether you choose to walk or take advantage of public transport options close by, you can make hassle-free commutes to Sydney Attractions like Darling Harbour, just a block away, Chinatown, the Spanish Quarter and Hyde Park. Just a few blocks south of the US Embassy, the Radisson is in the very middle of the city's Central Business District (CBD) and a quick trip to other unforgettable Sydney attractions like Sydney Tower Centrepoint with its stunning city views or the Queen Victoria Building. Reserve your stay and secure a deal online today at one of the Sydney's most convenient CBD hotels.

102 rooms at the Radisson are some of the largest in the Sydney CBD and offer complimentary Wi-Fi.

This Sydney CBD hotel is located close to these memorable Sydney Attractions:
  • BridgeClimb (2.5 km)
  • Capitol Theatre (1 km)
  • Darling Quarter
  • Darling Harbour (1 block)
  • Cockle Bar Wharf
  • Chinatown
  • Chinese Garden of Friendship
Hyde Park
A history buff's dream destination, Hyde Park is home to the ANZAC War Memorial, Archibald Fountain and the Hyde Park Barracks of the famous Australian Museum, a historical and anthropological museum.

The Rocks Historic District (2.1 km)
An important district both historically and currently, The Rocks remains largely as it existed in the 1800s, even though it has been part of significant changes in the city. This district includes a plethora of shops and restaurants as well as the famous Cadman's Cottage.

Sydney Harbour Bridge and Pylon Lookout (5 blocks)
The longest single-span bridge in the world when it was built in 1932, this bridge is affectionately referred to as "The Coat Hanger." Spot the Egyptian influence on the pylons when you visit—an indication of the time period's fascination with King Tut's tomb, discovered in 1922.

Sydney Opera House (2.8 km)
Concerts and festivals take place in the outside courtyard area, but the stunning Sydney Opera House is known for its five performance venues, including a concert hall, an opera theatre and three dramatic arts spaces.