What Else Does a Sheraton on the Park Room Have Besides a Kick-Ass Shower?
If you're traveling to Sydney from afar, a nice long shower at the Sheraton on the Park will fix your jet lag. But then what? Will you be comfy in the rest of your guest room?
The short answer is yes. This may not be as glamorous as the recently revamped and suitably expensive Park Hyatt Sydney, but the Sheraton on the Park ticks all the boxes for a home away from home. Well, aside from the $20-a-day WiFi and $9 water bottles. But they're hardly alone in committing that crime, not in Australia.
We stayed here for two nights with a friend recently, and while the beds were small, there was ample room otherwise for us to hang out and not get in each other's way. Lots of closet and bathroom space to utilize as well.
Take a spin through a City Side Room in our gallery.
Aside from the digs, we found the service at Sheraton on the Park friendly and helpful, without being intrusive. And we loved the location--a mere five minutes from the massive new Westfield Sydney shopping complex, which also has a fancy food court full of all the yumminess we love about the Aussie food scene: strong coffee, authentic Asian dishes, and real (big, thick slabs of) bacon.
Overall, the Sheraton on the Park is a solid if not showy choice for a few nights in Sydney. The stars are clearly onto something...
Thanks to our travel buddy's corporate rate, we paid $220 a night for this City Side Room.