Shangri La Sydney


The perfect location: the Shangri-La Sydney is set between the world-famous Opera House and the elegant Harbour Bridge. Both landmarks and the bustling centre around George Street are easily reached in just a few walking minutes.


The Shangri-La offers no less than 561 rooms and suites, making it one of Sydney’s largest hotels. Of course, almost all of the fine units command a stunning view of the city and its beautiful harbour.


The highly diverse, international cuisine at the Shangri-La read more » is an experience: Take a culinary trip around the world starting with a Japanese Sushi place and continuing with an exquisite Asian restaurant and a traditional Aussie pup.


Last but not least, climb to the Shangri-La’s topmost storey for a drink at the Horizon Bar, which commands a stunning view out over Sydney.


The hotel’s elegant wellness and spa area is a temple of relaxation. The facilities include a heated indoor pool designed like a Roman bath, a sauna, steam bath, whirlpool, gym, beauty saloon and massage parlour.


Big plans for the night and you need help with your styling? The Shangri-La’s skilled coiffeur works wonders in minutes. Your wish is a command. High-speed internet can be requested at the reception and the attentive Shangri-La service is at your disposal day and night.


Many of the rooms sport a fantastic view of Darling Harbour. Others overlook the Opera House or Sydney Cove. Especially, the Harbour View Rooms are in high demand.


Apart from the many, diverse restaurants, the hotel also caters for your business events, featuring a conference room equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Further hotel amenities include a souvenir and gift shop, stationary shop, ballroom and an emergency doctor.


The Shangri-La in Sydney – a fascinating hotel that leaves nothing to be desired!


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Doubtlessly, the Shangri-La Sydney is world-class! The 563 rooms are generously distributed between 45 stories that are serviced by no less than eight lifts.


The lobby, the rooms and the restaurants read more » radiate contemporary elegance and are lavishly decked out with glass and marble. A special feature, the rooms sport large panorama windows that are insulated against the city rumble.


The bathrooms are spick and span, showcasing plenty of marble, a large bathtub and separate shower. For your convenience, a hairdryer, soft bathrobes, scales, mini bar, tea and coffee facilities, air-conditioning as well as a TV, radio, phone and safe are at your disposal.


As the name suggests, the Deluxe Darling Harbour View Suites and the Deluxe Opera House View Rooms command a stunning vista out over either one of Sydney’s famous sights.


Why not treat yourself to something special? The Horizon Club Deluxe Opera House View Suites are located on the 30th to 35th floor and feature a separate lounge and check-in reception. In the morning a delicious continental breakfast is served in the lounge, at night, cocktails and canapés are available.


Last but not least, the Shangri-La Sydney’s finest are the Horizons Club Deluxe Grand Harbour View Suites. Exceedingly spacious, the fine units offer wide panorama windows with a sitting corner.


The Shangri-La Sydney is certainly a hotel with an overwhelming, breathtakingly beautiful view out over one of the world’s most gorgeous cities. The magnificent panorama invites you to while away time by the windows with a refreshing drink in hand.


However, the Shangri-La has more in its favour than just the view: The service and staff are extremely attentive, friendly and helpful. It is a pleasure for the personnel to attend to your need: You are sincerely welcome!


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The Shangri-La Sydney is superbly located in the historic quarter The Rocks, directly above the sparkling natural harbour. Circular Quay, the cities transportation hub is a mere five minutes stroll away.


Circular read more » Quay is always in motion and the countless boats, ferries and shuttles are not only transportation but a way to explore Sydney on a harbour cruise. Alternatively, hire a kayak and noiselessly glide past the spectacular sights.


Back on land, take a stroll through the exotic Royal Botanic Gardens that lie directly adjacent to Circular Quay. Having spent a few hours exploring, we recommend the historic surroundings of your hotel, The Rocks, for a snack and refreshing drink.


The many quaint warehouses, typical pubs, colonial buildings and cobblestone roads radiate a flair that is not found anywhere else in Australia. With a day to spare, set your sights on the Blue Mountains.


The rugged Australian wilderness begins approximately 100 kilometres west of Sydney. The most famous rock formation, the Three Sisters, is a stunning sight. If you would like to spend more than a day, it is pleasure for INTOSOL to make arrangements for you.


Those with a passion for sun, sea and sand can look forward to no less than 30 beaches in the vicinity of Sydney. Doubtlessly Australia’s most well-known beach, Bondi Beach is easily reached by public bus or with the blue Bondi Explorer Bus that leaves directly from Circular Quay.


Of course, an adventurous day calls for a hearty and delicious dinner. Easy: Take the lift to the 45th floor of the Shangri-La to dine in all style at the Restaurant Deluxe. The mouth-watering delicacies are seasoned with a stunning view of the harbour, the opera, The Rocks and much more…


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