Activities at Shangri-La Hotel Sydney
Located in Sydney’s historic heart, The Rocks, Shangri-la Sydney offers guests a variety of attractions and dining options all within easy walking distance. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art and enjoy a coffee in a beautiful cafe, then, after a stroll around Australia’s most famous harbour, stop at the Hyde Hacienda Bar and Lounge for a night out. Then, have dinner inside the Opera House at Bennelong. No trip to Sydney is complete without enjoying a few gelatos from Messina, available at Gateway Sydney, opposite Circular Quay Train Station.
This establishment has been noted in many travel books as offering excellent service, wine lists and cuisine.
Green thumb up?
The first hotel in Sydney to join the beekeeping movement, Shangri-La Sydney acknowledges the important role bees play in the global ecosystem, and features eight beehives on the third floor. The workers harvest honey naturally and without heat, producing up to 50kg of honey per year.
Shangri-La Sydney offers a very good product, but if I were to dive deeper into the details, there is one thing that I think could be improved. Due to the high level of activity and surroundings at the Shangri-La Sydney, I would have liked to see some luxury items provided in the bathroom to complement the event. Aesop or Grown Alchemist come to mind.
Shangri-La Sydney is a wonderful place to make your holiday home. The service is amazing, the staff are friendly and the hotel is a beautiful and comforting place. The rooms offer everything you need, and the view is second to none in Sydney. Waking up to the sun shining over the horizon, making the Opera House and Harbor Bridge light up, is a wonderful experience.