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Grace Hotel, Sydney

The Grace Hotel is an elegantly restored 11 storey heritage-listed art deco hotel built in 1930. Situated in the heart of Sydney‘s CBD, The Grace Hotel fronts three of Sydney’s most most prominent streets – York, King and Clarence. Guests will enjoy our “Location Sensation”, only minutes’ walk from all the attractions of Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf. Also within walking distance you’ll find the best shopping at the Queen Victoria Building (QVB), David Jones city stores, Pitt Street Mall, plus Myer in the Sydney Central Plaza. And nearby, guests will be delighted to find The Rocks, Circular Quay, Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.

We have 382 spacious guest rooms all designed with the frequent traveller in mind with the latest in modern telecommunications such as voicemail and data points for every room. The interactive television features in-room movies in every room and also allows guests to set wake-up calls, order room service, view their account at any time during their stay and use express check out. Individual comfort is also enhanced with feather comforters and pillows. Each room is conveniently equipped with an iron and ironing board, climate control, in-room safe and refreshment centre. It is rumoured the hotel boasts the most comfortable beds in Sydney!

Guests may choose to take advantage of our Rooftop Health Club, containing state-of-the-art Cybex fitness equipment. Enjoy the indoor heated pool, spas overlooking Darling Harbour, sauna and steam room, or relax with a snack on the outdoor sun terrace.

The Grace Hotel features a range of shopping, located in the main lobby. Our guests appreciate the convenience of Manipulate Hair & Beauty Salon, Kodak Film & Photo Processing, The Grace Flowers, plus various gift and souvenir shops.

Located on mezzanine, The Neo Bistro & Bar, offers a la carte selections of the freshest in Pacific Rim cuisine. The Grace Deli & Cafe Co serves Mediterranean dishes in a relaxed atmosphere on the lobby level. Also, situated in the Grace Plaza is BaBa Laksa House, where a wide variety of noodles with sauces are made to order by the chef. Located on King Street, Coco Espresso Coffee Shop offers the best grade of Arabica coffee beans and the finest chocolate delights for your enjoyment. Or guests can visit one of our most recently opened outlets: PJ O’Brien’s, the Irish pub, where you can enjoy the authentic atmosphere of an Irish pub and a pint of Guinness in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.

With 15 conference rooms (most with natural light) catering for 20 to 500 people from cocktail receptions to conferences, The Grace Hotel offers the ideal location for corporate or social functions.

All part of why we are the ‘Location Sensation.

Accommodation Options


Our deluxe rooms are larger in size & have additional amenities. Rates are per room for 2 people in a king size or 2 king sinlge beds. Maximum 3 per room, with an additional person $55.00 per night (subject to availability).


Rates are per room for 2 people in 1 king size or 2 king single beds. There is a maximum of 3 people per room. Extra bed costs $55.00 per night (subject to availability).


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