Harbour Rocks Hotel


  • Great location near harbor
  • Ultrastylish
  • Unique courtyard in the city


  • Heritage rooms could be larger
  • Wi-Fi is an additional charge

Published 07/21/2016

Fodor's Review

Formerly a wool-storage facility, this four-story hotel is an Accor MGallery property, which is a select portfolio of distinctive and individual hotels in Australia. Built in 1887 and converted into a hotel in 1989, the 59-room property has been stripped back to its foundations, exposing its original sandstone and brick. Everything is new from the carpets, beds, furniture, TVs, lighting and bathrooms, however, it retains its historical character, and the bar (Eric's) and restaurant (Scarlett) are named after a pair of ill-fated lovers—a sailor and the madam of a brothel that stood next door to the hotel in the late 19th century. The new lobby resembles a library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves lined with old tomes, historic photos grace the walls, and the cozy bar doubles as the check-in counter. Five room types range from heritage rooms to the top-floor harbour suite with glorious views of the Opera House. A lovely new inclusion is the courtyard terrace on the ground floor, filled with greenery and bathed in natural light.

Hotel Information


34 Harrington St., Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia

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Hotel Details:

  • 57 rooms, 2 suites
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 07/21/2016


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