In a city as dynamic as Sydney, it pays to stay in the heart of the action. With a Hyde Park address just steps from the CBD, the vibrant dining scenes of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst, major galleries and museums – and that world-famous harbour – this smart urban stay more than delivers. Did we mention the rooftop pool with Sydney skyline views?

Where is Pullman Sydney Hyde Park?

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, NSW

On the border of Hyde Park, the hotel is near the Darlinghurst, Surry Hills and Potts Point neighbourhoods, and a 10-minute walk from the CBD. Sydney Airport is 20-minutes drive by cab or rideshare and accessible via train from St James Station, just across the park.

What’s near Pullman Sydney Hyde Park?

Located mere minutes from the CBD, the hotel is ideal for business travellers. For those in town on holidays, Pullman Sydney Hyde Park neighbours the dining scenes and nightlife of Darlinghurst and Surry Hills. Sydney Harbour – and access to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge – are a 10-minute train ride away, from St James Station to Circular Quay. The Australian Museum, The Royal Botanic Garden, Art Gallery of NSW and Woolloomooloo Wharf are all within 20 minutes walk from the lobby.

Room types

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park

The property has 241 rooms and suites, from the 32-square-metre classic and superior Hyde Park rooms to 54-square-metre junior suites; book rooms on the western side for views of Hyde Park, or the eastern side to look out over Darlinghurst and beyond. The Park Suite, designed and decorated by the interiors experts from Coco Republic, makes an elegant special occasion stay or a homey base for longer getaways. It has a separate kitchenette space with Nespresso essentials, chic living room with views of Hyde Park, an expansive marble bathroom and a cosy king bedroom with plenty of storage and a view of the Anzac Memorial.

Restaurants and bars

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, NSW

Bar Thirty6 is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks until late, seven days a week. Expect breakfast hits including apple and date bircher muesli and smashed avocado, and tapas-style share plates such as patatas bravas and cod croquettes later in the day. The hotel’s signature buffet breakfast is held at Windows on the Park restaurant from 6.30am to 10am on weekdays and 7am to 10.30am on weekends. Beyond the hotel, find Japanese and classic Italian on nearby Stanley Street, or wander to Thai Town, centred around Campbell Street in the city.

Travel for work

There are 10 dedicated spaces for meetings and events, from the Ibis, which can host 70 guests in a boardroom configuration, to the Lobby Lounge, with space for a 40-person reception. Wi-fi is fast and free throughout the hotel and even the smallest rooms are a spacious 32-square-metres if you’re staying in to catch up on emails.

Gym and pool

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, NSW

Combine your workout with a little sightseeing at the rooftop gym and pool. The gym is equipped with strength and cardio equipment (weights, treadmills, cross trainers and more), while the adjacent outdoor pool with sun deck is the ideal place to cool off afterward. Both spaces look over the park toward the city.

What you need to know

Book the Park Suite for its cosy home-away-from-home vibes, Coco Republic styling and spectacular views of Hyde Park, the Anzac Memorial and the CBD.

Best for: Couples
Design: Contemporary
Ambience: Upbeat
Number of rooms: 241
Rates: From $319 per night
Wi-fi: Free and fast
Parking: Onsite guest parking for $55 per day.
Address: 36 College Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney
Telephone: +61 (02) 9361 8400

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, NSW

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