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Reviewed April 28, 2006

We stayed here last week for four nights. Very comfortable stylish hotel with superb beds and fabulous staff. Breakfasts were great in the Club Lounge. We had Executive King roms in the tower block and thought they were good. Wouldn't have wanted a much smaller room. Hotel is in a great location. Can't commend the staff highly enough - all helpful, relaxed and professional.

  • Stayed: April 2006
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6  Thank Bridey2
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Reviewed April 18, 2006

As a tourist location, it is good. If you are looking for something closer to the opera house and ferries, try the sydney harbour marriott.

Westin had good service, helpful staff with tourist question (very knowledge) and nice rooms. will not go wrong. Seems to be more business clients. Fun times.

Stayed: March 2006
5  Thank dc_chuck
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Reviewed April 1, 2006

An impressive, modern hotel, carved out of (or in to) the Victorian General Post Office building. Check-in was efficient and no-nonsense. Room on 25th floor of the new tower was modern, clean, spacious, with a particularly bright and modern bathroom, one wall of which is entirely glass, allowing you to sit in the tub, look into the bedroom area and TV, or straight through to the buildings outside (yes, there are blinds that separate off the bathroom if you wish!). Separate, and large, walk-in shower. Small irritation – found in so many similar hotels – of tea and coffee tray stored away at almost floor-level, no nearby socket for kettle, and having set everything up on the first day, the room attendants then go and pack it all away each time, so you have to start again! Very comfortable “Heavenly” bed (the Starwood trade-mark offering) and good central lighting control (for once, the master switch really does seem to turn off all, not just most, of the lights). At the end of my stay I had my computer bag stolen in a bar on The Rocks, containing lap-top, wallet, mobile phone, etc (luckily passport, keys, etc, were in the room safe). The two young-ish duty managers handled the situation reasonably well, although one seemed more concerned about how I was going to settle my bill there and then (my Amex card had been taken) than actually helping with my own problems (eg took a lot of negotiation to get them to agree to make any cash advance at all and add it to my bill)! In the end they got an Amex authorisation by phone and provided me with a free taxi-voucher back to the airport, free calls to my company head office in New York, and had also offered to provide lunch – overall good service, after just a tiny bit of encouragement.

  • Stayed: March 2006, traveled on business
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11  Thank Gemakan
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Reviewed March 10, 2006

I stayed at the Westin Sydney on a business trip, but also had a bit of time for sightseeing. My room was in the Heritage section, facing the inner courtyard, so the view was nothing to look at but it was absolutely quiet. Although this is the old section of the hotel, it has been beautifully redone and the rooms are immaculate, with modern furnishings and spacious new bathrooms (no picture window from the bath, however). The Heavenly Bed is wonderful, and there was an actual walk-in closet with tons of space and an iron & board included.

I arrived about 9 am on a weekday, and my room was not yet ready, slightly disappointing, but it only took about an hour and they provided the opportunity to freshen up in the health club while I waited. They were great about late checkout on the other end. The hotel is reasonably close to Circular Quay, although it's several minutes' walk. A couple blocks in the other direction is the Queen Victoria Building, and from there it's just a few blocks to Darling Harbour. Starbucks is just across the courtyard, and it's a short walk (about one long block) to the train station, making airport connections quite easy.

I didn't spend much time at the hotel, but would definitely consider it on a return visit.

  • Stayed: February 2006, traveled on business
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11  Thank Seattle98101
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Reviewed January 22, 2006

We stayed at the Westin for Christmas and would thoroughly recommend the hotel to others. The service level was excellent - in fact the front desk staff could not do enough to help us. Our flight arrived at 0630 so we did not expect to be able to check-in until at least midday. However, we were allocated rooms immediately and in fact were upgraded so that this could happen.

The room was a good size, not huge but there was plenty of room and tons of storage. The decor was unusual for a international hotel in that it was fresh, modern and bright. The 'Heavenly Bed' was very comfortable and the floor to ceiling windows provided a fantastic view of Martin Place.

The bathroom was another novelty, with glass shelves and modern cermaic basins and best of all, a glass wall between it and the bedroom. You could sit in the bath and watch TV through the glass - perfect! The shower was another big plus point. It was a separate cubicle with a rain shower head so you really did get a good soaking.

When deciding on hotel rooms in Sydney you invariably have to decide between harbour view rooms or rooms that provide good value. I have stayed at the Four Seasons in a Grand Harbour View room and it was spectacular. The room however was very small in comaparison to the Westin - and at least £80 per night more expensive! I would recommend the Westin for value and style and spend the savings you make on a nice meal down by the harbour!

  • Stayed: December 2005
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9  Thank GDP747
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