Sydney holds some of Australia’s most iconic attractions like the Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Not to mention, the famous ocean pools and beaches that are a must see. Sydney exudes luxury and style in so many unique ways.
Enjoy a real Australian breakfast or brunch at Circular Quey, which comprises of bangas and eggs. Hold off from having coffee over breakfast and visit one of little boutique coffee houses in downtown to get a taste of Sydney’s huge coffee culture.
If it’s a nice day outside, head to the Bondi Icebergs, which is an ocean pool overlooking Bondi beach. This stunning pool has one of the best views in town so enjoy some laps and a kangaroo burger.
In the late afternoon you can take a tour of the Opera House, and when the sun is about to set, the best place to be is at the Opera Bar, which is located under the Opera House. It has the best view of the sun setting behind the Harbor Bridge. Once it hits 8pm, it’s time to get dressed up and actually enjoy the melodic vocals of the Opera singers and orchestra.
Those who enjoy beautiful views, should have dinner at 360 Bar and Restaurant which is a rotating restaurant that has views of the whole Sydney and great food, finest wine and drinks. It is perfect for lunch, dinner or late drinks. If you still have energy to hit the dance floor, you should definitely check out The Ivy – Sydney’s exclusive bar / night club. Considered one of the world’s best night clubs, The Ivy is a huge luxurious place that has 8 bars, including Sydney’s only rooftop bar, Ivy Pool Club and several award-winning restaurants – all in one place.
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
Four Seasons Hotel
Park Hyatt Sydney
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