Sydney offers a mixture of small boutique shops, large department stores, galleries, bookstores, and open air markets. Signature Australian items abound throughout the city, but some of the best shopping can be found in Sydney's Central Business District. Described as the area "between Town Hall and Martin Place, bounded by George and Elizabeth streets." Also, "a pedestrian-only shopping area known as Pitt Street mall includes the Federation-era Strand Arcade, the modern Centrepoint, Sydney Central and Skygarden."
Unusual gifts, practical necessities, guidebooks, haute couture, even Aboriginal art are available in Sydney.
We've done the hard part for you and picked the finest luxury hotels in Sydney that will accommodate any shoppers need - through location, transportation, concierge shopping services, or special rates and packages.
Built on the site of the first Government House, InterContinental Sydney is distinguished by the façade of the Treasury Building of 1851.InterContinental Sydney's contemporary... more >>
Formerly the W Sydney, BLUE Sydney is a modern contemporary hotel of 100 rooms,situated on the Wharf at Wooloomooloo. BLUE Sydney offers the latest concept in accommodation and meetings for... more >>
With a coveted harbourfront location between the world-famous Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Park Hyatt Sydney offers guests an intimate, residential-style hotel with architecture,... more >>
The Langham, Sydney, formerly The Observatory Hotel, blends the modern charm and attention to detail of a boutique hotel, with the timeless elegance and refined sophistication that are... more >>
Located directly opposite Hyde Park, a tree-lined oasis in the heart of Sydney, few hotels occupy such a prime position as Sheraton on the Park. Superb facilities and a central location... more >>