Modern, affordable and convenient, this hotel sits opposite Central Station, with excellent light rail, bus and rail links, making exploration a breeze. Just five minutes on foot leads to the University of Technology, Sydney Entertainment Centre and Chinatown, while a short distance more arrives at Darling Harbour, alive with divine eateries, bars and shopping boutiques. After a busy day of sightseeing, guests can retreat to their air-conditioned room for a soothing rain shower and comfy bed to rest and recharge.
Why we recommend the Leisure Inn Sydney Central
- Air-conditioned rooms
- Wi-Fi internet access
- City centre location
- Opposite Central Station
Attractions near the Leisure Inn Sydney Central
Take a trip up Sydney Tower
Sydney Tower is as much a symbol of the city as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. You can enjoy panoramic views over Sydney when taking the trip up to the second highest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere.
Adventurous visitors can combine their trip with the Skywalk experience, an exhilarating walk over glass platforms 260 metres above the city streets. Alternatively, you can take in the views with a meal and a drink at the Sydney Tower Restaurant.
Unwind in the Royal Botanic Garden
Situated next to Sydney Opera House, the Royal Botanic Garden is one of Sydney's most serene and beautiful attractions. The gardens are open every day of the year and are free to enter. Come here to enjoy a scenic place for a walk, a picnic spot overlooking Sydney Cove, or if you're interested in learning more about the flora on display.
The Royal Botanic Garden was founded by Governor Macquarie in 1816, and several notable heritage buildings are located on the site along with historic collections of plants from all over the world. The gardens host events throughout the year, including New Year celebrations, Aboriginal heritage tours and activities for children.