Merely steps away from King Street Wharf’s waterfront, this superbly located and affordable hotel is encircled by fabulous restaurants, bars and cafes, and just a three-minute walk from buzzing Darling Harbour. Contemporary guestrooms are air-conditioned, and iBistro restaurant serves up a hearty breakfast, while an evening drink at iBar makes for a relaxing end to a busy day. A 10-minute stroll in each direction leads to the historic Rocks precinct and the gorgeous Queen Victoria Building. Transport links are also close by.
Why we recommend the Hotel ibis Sydney King Street Wharf
- Air-conditioned rooms
- Restaurant and bar
- Laundry facilities
- Close to buses, ferries and trains
- 24-hour room service
Attractions near the Hotel ibis Sydney King Street Wharf
Dine out on King Street Wharf
King Street Wharf has developed into one of Sydney's most sophisticated dining and cultural precincts, and is a big hit with both locals and tourists.
Head to this former industrial site, east of Darling Harbour, to find international flavours that please every palate. Meal choices include local Australian steaks and Asian favourites. Find a spot along the waterfront that offers the best views of the harbour and the city skyline, and find some classic Australian culture at local theatres and museums.
See the sights of The Rocks
The historical heart of Sydney, The Rocks is home to heritage buildings, award-winning attractions and a lively pub scene. Exploring the steep and winding streets on foot is an essential Sydney experience. The Rocks offers access to many of the city's most notable landmarks, including the world-famous Harbour Bridge and Sydney Observatory.
Step back in time by strolling down the sandstone road of Argyle Cut and visit the Colonial House Museum for insight into Sydney's history. The Rocks has a thriving arts scene that you can enjoy by visiting the Wharf Theatre and Sydney Theatre, or you can hunt for souvenirs at more than 150 stalls at The Rocks Markets.