I was upgraded to full harbor view executive suite which they said was a renovated room. The room was fine. The club on the 30th floor puts out a great spread at dinner time and it tastes as good as it looks; the whiskey chocolate cake is memorable. Breakfast was an excellent buffet. Lobby food was also very good. Spa treatment was good; I had trouble getting an appointment due to Christmas week and the person stayed after hours to accommodate me. My main issues with this hotel are: (1) I had to call many times from the outside till people picked up the telephone, especially at the spa. This was especially annoying. (2) Elevators to top floors make too many stops on the way up and down. If you are on an executive floor, there should be dedicated elevators for this. (3) Hotel is up a steep hill and you have to be somewhat physically fit to get in and out of that hotel if you are walking around. (4) Dinner options at the hotel are limited, especially if you don't like Asian food.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney is perfectly positioned between the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge in the historic Rocks district. Within walking distance of the city's major shopping venues and tourist attractions, the hotel offers panoramic views of Sydney Harbour. A wide selection of dining options including Australian cuisine at award winning Altitude Restaurant, Mix and Grill in the all day dining restaurant Café Mix and fabulous cocktails at the glamorous Blu Bar on 36. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Shangri La Sydney
- Shangri La Hotel Sydney