With 23 hotels in Sydney, there are more ways to stay with TFE Hotels.
We offer stylish and affordable hotel and apartment hotel accommodation, in central locations throughout Sydney, including The Rocks, Darling Harbour, Central and Sydney Airport. Be your visit for business, pleasure or adventure, make your stay a memorable one with TFE.
Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and the most populated city in Australia. Arguably Australia’s most beautiful city, Sydney sits atop the world’s largest natural harbour, an exquisite expanse of dazzling blue water surrounded by one of the planet’s most recognisable skylines.
We know this city inside and out and have tapped into a lifetime’s local knowledge among our 1500-plus staff, many of whom have lived in Sydney all their lives, to bring visitors this practical guide to our favourite town.Read More
Families and long-term visitors have long flocked to Adina Apartment Hotels and Medina Serviced Apartments, which offer an affordable alternative to typical hotels in 12 locations across Sydney’s CBD and beach-side suburbs, such as Bondi and Coogee.
Small business travellers and budget-conscious families wanting access to more affordable hotels in Sydney have long trusted Travelodge, in seven Sydney locations.
For business travellers needing to stay somewhere with higher-end amenities and, perhaps, a little more glamour and luxury, Vibe Hotels and Rendezvous Hotels offer premium service and unbeatable postcard-worthy views courtesy of their exclusive harbour side locations.
If you are arriving by airplane, Sydney’s CBD is about a 25 minute drive from the International and Domestic Terminals at Kingsford-Smith Airport. The Adina Sydney Airport is the perfect place to rest if you are laying-over for the night. Located just two kilometres from the airport.
Likewise, a taxi to the CBD will set you back between $45AUD - $65AUD during non-peak periods, while the Sydney Airport Shuttle, which leaves from Terminals 1, 2 and 3 every 15-25 minutes, costs about $22AUD each way.
TFE Hotels local tip: While these are the most scenic options, if you’re after speed – or just want to rub shoulders with the locals, catch a train from inside Terminal 1 and you’ll be in the CBD within 15 minutes. The AirportLink stops at the major train stations in the CBD, including Central Station, Town Hall Station and Wynyard Station. An Adult single ride to the city costs $17.00AUD.
Whatever your passion, Sydney can – and will - indulge it. Be it architecture, wining and fine dining, the arts, adventure or just hanging out by the beach, a city as diverse and full of life as Sydney has plenty to offer visitors from both overseas and interstate.
Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge
It’s one thing to see Sydney Harbour Bridge from afar, but it’s quite another to climb it. BridgeClimb host daily climbing tours of the iconic landmark and for those with a sense of adventure, it is a stunning way to see the city with a 306-degree, panoramic view from the summit. For those looking for a special experience, book a Twilight or Dawn climb. The closest place to stay is the Rendezvous Hotel Sydney, The Rocks, just minutes away.
Take a peek inside the Opera House
Described as ‘the most beautiful building in the world,’ the daily tours of the magnificent Sydney Opera House take place every hour for an hour between 9am and 5pm. It costs $37AUD for adults and, not only are the public taken on a tour of this iconic building, docents will share intriguing and little-known insights as well as first-hand knowledge of the history and architecture of this building whose construction was mired in bitter controversy and politics.
Shopping at The Rocks
The Rocks precinct is the heart of Sydney’s colonial past. Wind your way through the narrow alley ways dating back to the 1700’s, a time when Sydney was just a convict penal settlement. Stop at the boutique shops or pick up a bargain at the pop-up market appearing every weekend.
Brave souls may look to book a ghost tour, while culinary connoisseurs will enjoy the more than 50 avant garde food, wine and coffee vendors applying their trade within the heritage sandstone buildings. Take a guided bike tour down to Circular Quay and the Overseas Passenger Terminal or marvel at the art in the iconic Museum of Contemporary Art. As the sun sets, gaze up at the stars in Sydney’s magnificent Observatory.
Ride the rails at Luna Park
Another harbour-side activity is Sydney’s Luna Park at Milsons Point. The fairground offers stunning views of the city, especially at night. Entry is free but rides start at about $16 for two rides.
TFE Hotels local tip: If you are visiting Sydney in May, don’t miss the Vivid Light Festival. The CBD becomes awash with spectacular light and colour and iconic landmarks such as the Opera House, Circular Quay and Darling Harbour display spectacular lights and shows that will dazzle the eyes. For all tours, just speak to the team at your TFE hotel to make a booking.
If you are looking to get out of the CBD, jump on a Sydney Ferry and head out to Double Bay, Darling Harbour, Cockatoo Island or head further out to Manly. Tickets cost between $6.20 and $15.20 and it is a great way to travel out of the city.
Visit Bondi Beach
No visit to Sydney would be complete with a visit to one of the best beaches in the world. Feel the golden sands of Bondi Beach beneath your feet before you catch that next gnarly wave to the shore. Stop for a bite to eat at Icebergs or head out to Bondi Junction for some retail therapy. Stay at Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach, just 2 minutes from the water or at the Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee just south of Bondi.
Pat a kangaroo in Blacktown
Featherdale Wildlife Park is about 45 minutes west from Sydney’s CBD and is the perfect place to experience some of Australia’s native critters up close and personal. Just a 5 minute drive from the Travelodge Blacktown, you can pat a koala or feed a kangaroo or emu. The Park also has wombats, native birds and the endangered Tasmanian Devil. It is the perfect day out for the family.
TFE Hotels local tip: For some free activities, stroll through the bohemian streets of Newtown in Sydney’s Inner West, just a kilometre from Adina Apartment Hotel Chippendale, or spend a day exploring south of Sydney at the Royal National Park where the Travelodge Bankstown is just a 15 minute drive away.
It doesn’t matter which of our Sydney hotels you stay at because, no matter which you choose, you’re guaranteed to be charmed by our beautiful city because Sydney always puts on its best.
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Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach, Sydney is located on Hall Street, a short stroll to iconic Bondi Beach. Enjoy a day at the beach or try out one of the many local restaurants or cafes.
Adina Apartment Hotel Chippendale, Sydney is located close to Central Railway Station, the Seymour Centre, Sydney University and Broadway Shopping Centre, and just five minutes’ drive to Sydney’s CBD.
Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee, Sydney is located just 200 metres from the beautiful Coogee Beach. The relaxed lifestyle Coogee offers encourages you to immerse yourself in a seaside wonderland.
Perfectly located in the heart of the Norwest Business Park, Adina Apartment Hotel Norwest, Sydney is located within one of Sydney’s thriving commercial hubs, approximately 45 minutes from Sydney CBD.
Superbly located in Sydney’s CBD, Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney is your passport to Sydney’s best shopping, only minutes from hundreds stores in the renowned Pitt Street Mall and Westfield Sydney
Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Airport offers a stylish, spacious and convenient place to stay, less than one kilometre from Sydney Airport.
Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Central is a magnificently restored heritage landmark building positioned adjacent to Central Railway Station, offering great transport options to discover Sydney and surrounds
Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Crown Street is located in the heart of Surry Hills, the trendy inner-city suburb with a chic village atmosphere, offering an abundance of trendy dining, café and shopping options.
Located at one of Sydney’s entertainment hot spots, King Street Wharf, Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Harbourside’s location offers a broad range of dining, shopping and entertainment options minutes from Sydney’s CBD.
Medina Serviced Apartments Double Bay, Sydney is a residential style complex located in the sophisticated suburb of Double Bay, just 10 minutes drive from the CBD and close to the Eastern suburbs beaches.
Medina Serviced Apartments North Ryde, Sydney is a residential accommodation complex located a short distance from Macquarie University, Macquarie Shopping Centre and Macquarie University Hospital, just 30 minutes from Sydney’s city centre.
Medina Serviced Apartments Sydney, Martin Place is located in the heart of Sydney CBD. The Opera House, Westfield Sydney, Queen Victoria Building and The Domain are all within walking distance of this hotel.
Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central is a vibrant hotel conveniently located adjacent to Railway Square in the heart of Sydney
Rendezvous Hotel Sydney The Rocks is a charming hotel in the heart of The Rocks, a vibrant historical neighbourhood in downtown Sydney.
A unique Sydney hotel offering chic accommodation in the heart of Sydney, Vibe Hotel Sydney exudes the style of this fantastic city. Our Sydney hotel is perfectly positioned for you to easily discover Sydney’s vibrant CBD fringe villages of Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Chinatown and our Sydney entertainment precinct offering live theatre and music year round.
Vibe Hotel Sydney, Rushcutters is located in the dynamic park side location of Rushcutters Bay. The shopping precincts of Oxford Street and Paddington are within easy reach and the city or Bondi Beach are just minutes away by taxi.
Travelodge Bankstown, Sydney is located in Bankstown Sports Conference & Events Centre, where guests have access to the Club’s restaurants and facilities. The hotel is within easy driving distance to Sydney’s Olympic Park.
Travelodge Blacktown, Sydney adjoins the Blacktown Workers Sports Club, with guest access to all the Club’s facilities. Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney Motorsports Park, the new Wet 'n' Wild Sydney and the city hub of Parramatta are a short distance away.
Only 12kms from Sydney CBD with easy access to the M2 Motorway, Travelodge Macquarie North Ryde is conveniently located close to major business parks, conference centres, Macquarie University and Shopping Centre and Macquarie Ice Rink.
Travelodge Hotel Manly-Warringah, Sydney is located in the suburb of Brookvale, just off Pittwater Road, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Our 120-room hotel is close to the great facilities of the Manly League Club.
Travelodge Sydney is perfectly positioned near Central Train Station. From the hotel, explore Darling Harbour, Surry Hills and Hyde Park. Sydney Cricket Ground and the Sydney Football Stadium are easily accessible from the hotel.
Travelodge Sydney, Phillip Street is centrally located near Martin Place, within the NSW Leagues Club offering you access to the club’s restaurant and facilities. The Opera House, Pitt Street Mall and Hyde Park are minutes away.
Travelodge Sydney, Wynyard is ideally situated adjacent to Wynyard train station in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. The hotel is an easy walk to Circular Quay, The Rocks and Martin Place.
Book sightseeing tours and activities online!
This lovingly restored 1930s amusement park offers magnificent views of Sydney Harbour, as well as rides for thrill-seekers.
Arguably Australia’s most famous beach, this Sydney icon is a great place to people watch while you catch some sun, sea, and sand.
Get out of the city for some space and fresh air in this nearby heritage-listed park, affectionately known as ‘The Royal’
Home to thousands of native and exotic species in natural habitats,this zoo offers harbour views, interactive displays, educational shows, and more.
Arguably one of the most beautiful harbours in the world and the perfect place to view the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, and more.
Manly beaches, as well as Many Wharf and Manly Corso, offer a place to have fun in the sun, relax, shop, eat, or visit galleries and museums.
The site of the 2000 Summer Olympics now offers arts and culture, exhibitions, live shows, sport, tours and a playground.
A ferry ride will take you to this heritage-listed island in the middle of Sydney Harbour to explore the former imperial prison site.
The main street alone of this inner-city suburb, a short drive from the CBD, offers some of the most diverse eating and shopping experiences in Sydney.
Visit this planetarium for a look at astronomy. Visit after dark for telescopic viewings of Sydney’s night sky.
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