Australia
/Sydney

Sir Stamford Hotel at Circular Quay


 

Sir Stamford at Circular Quay is superbly situated in the heart of Sydney on historic Macquarie Street. Our excellent location means you're just a short stroll to the world famous Opera House, Royal Botantic Gardens, Central Business District and Sydney Harbour itself.

Regularly awarded for its outstanding service and facilities, the hotel features 18th Century Louis XV and Georgian antiques and houses one of Australia's largest private collections of fine art. The hotel itself partly resides in a building dating back to the late 1800s that is listed with the National Heritage Register.

The hotel offers 105 generously sized, luxuriously appointed guest rooms, including 15 suites, the majority of which feature French doors opening onto Juliet Balconies, which overlook the Harbour, Circular Quay or the Royal Botanic Gardens.

With Macquarie Street frontage, The Dining Room is an elegantly appointed venue featuring Modern Australian cuisine. It offers a high levels of personal service in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere, without the hustle and bustle of most city restaurants.

The Bar offers a stylish relaxed atmosphere, serving a gourmet buffet luncheon, a range of high tea menus and a grand selection of fine wines, liquors and cigars.

Select Sir Stamford at Circular Quay for your next event and you'll be guaranteed success! Offering a comprehensive conference and events service, combined with our meticulous attention to detail and truly personal service, we will ensure your event will be exceptional in every sense.

In the tradition of the Stamford name, we design weddings and receptions from the most lavish affair to a private intimate occasion with an uncompromising level of personal service and attention to detail.

We would be delighted to host your most special day, ensuring your wedding reception runs like a dream with a distinctive touch of style.
 


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Location :
93 Macquarie Street
2000 Sydney

 

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