Sitting in the heart of our beautiful city, the Harbour Rocks Hotel is a stunning yet intimate 59 room boutique hotel, steeped in the history of the famous Rocks precinct.
Visually stunning, the Harbour Rocks impresses with each step you take into it’s inviting lobby. Walking in we were greeted by the inviting and friendly staff who quickly checked us in. The beautiful contemporary yet cosy lobby was full of chairs and a colourful library, mixing the historic foundations of The Rocks with a modern and chic style. This went the same for our room.
This delightful boutique hotel offers a variety of stunning guest rooms to choose from, with everything to suit your needs for business or pleasure. The rooms available are Heritage Room, Heritage Superior Room, Heritage Deluxe Room, Studio Suite and Harbour View Suite
We had the privilege of staying in a Heritage Superior room, which gives you that little extra space to relax and enjoy the heritage surrounds of the hotel. Many of these rooms are the original worker’s cottages, which date back to 1870. Some feature an additional sitting area and ornamental open fire place, which add to the charm and character of the room. With the delightful contrast of old and new the room came with a huge list of in room perks such as:
- Iron & ironing board
- In room safe
- Radio alarm clock
- STD / ISD telephone
- Hair dryer
- Ensuite bathroom
- Reverse cycle air-conditioning
- State of the art 32” LED television
- Digital on-demand pay per view movies
- High speed internet access
- Work desk
- Mini bar
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- iPod docking station
- Large variety of Foxtel TV channels
The hotel’s excellent location means that it’s only a short stroll from some of Sydney’s best icons and locations such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Circular Quay and much more.
All in all, an absolutely superb stay at the Harbour Rocks Hotel and one we will brag about for a very long time. Easily one of the best boutique hotels Sydney has to offer.
Harbour Rocks Hotel
34 Harrington Street,
The Rocks, NSW 2000
2 Hungry Guys stayed as a guest