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Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

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$690
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New South Wales
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Travel from 12 Oct 20
until 30 Sep 21
Book by
27 Oct 20
From
$690

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  • Accomodation 2 nights
  • Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
  • Bonus Extras Bonus Extras
  • WiFi WiFi
2 nights Accomodation Accomodation Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
Bonus Extras Bonus Extras WiFi WiFi

Package details

ACCOMMODATION & MEALS
* 2 Nights in a Standard Room 
* Breakfast daily 

EXTRAS 
* Upgrade to a Superior Room 
* Welcome drink voucher for house beer, wine or soft drink
* Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour 3-course contemporary Australian a la carte lunch cruise with window seat upgrade^
* Wi-Fi in room 
* Late check out until 1pm 

TAKE THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Stay in a Superior Twin room for 2 adults and 2 kids under 12yrs
From $890 per room including extras 

ADD a 2-Day Hop On Hop Off Harbour Explorer Pass from $39 per adult*, 
Explore the harbour by water and land on this highly flexible cruise covering up to eight harbourside
attractions: Darling Harbour Pier 26, Barangaroo - King Street Wharf, Circular Quay Wharf 6, Taronga Zoo, Shark Island (national park entry fees apply), Watson Bay, Manly and Luna Park. Disembark at any one, stay as long as you like and board the next Explorer. 

Advertised price valid for 12 Oct - 30 Dec 20 & 1 Jan - 31 Sep 21 subject to availablity, block out dates may apply. 



Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

Old meets new at this hidden gem in the heart of Sydney. With traditional heritage architecture and a vintage sandstone facade, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney welcomes you to experience a sumptuous stay in Sydney's CBD. Once home to the Fairfax newspaper empire and the prestigious Bank of New South Wales, this historical building now accommodates holiday guests from all over the world. You’re a short stroll from prestigious restaurants and bars, luxury shopping, and iconic sites such as the Sydney Opera House, the Queen Victoria Building, and Martin Place.

Location 

Surrounded by some of the world’s renowned tourist attractions including the iconic Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, the historical Rocks area and Circular Quay. With easy access to Chinatown, major shopping, and entertainment precincts in Darling Harbour, King Street Wharf, Pitt Street shopping mall, this distinctive hotel provides the perfect base for exploration and discovery.

Facilities 

  • Restaurant and bar
  • Heated lap pool
  • Gymnasium, jacuzzi and steam room
  • Tanatcha Spa
  • WiFi
  • Valet parking (fee payable)

Accommodation

For a first-class experience, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney offers 338 rooms and 26 suites with boutique-style charm and modern amenities like complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.

Standard Room - Atrium View: (Room size 32 sqm) Offering either one king bed or one queen bed, the standard rooms showcase modern design in metallic and grey tones. Rooms feature a beautiful granite and marble bathroom inviting you to relax at the end of the day. Bathrooms include a bathtub and/or a shower. Maximum 2 guests.

Superior Room: (Room size 34 sqm) Most rooms feature high ceilings and large historical windows and many of the beautiful granite and marble bathrooms feature a shuttered window to allow in natural light from the bedroom. Bedding is either one King or one Queen bed, or two twin beds in the Superior Twin Room.

High Floor Deluxe Room - Balcony: (Room size 34 sqm) These deluxe rooms, situated on the 11th and 12th floors, feature a king bed and full-length glass doors, which open onto a Juliet-style balcony. Browse over 100 TV channels, including sports and movie channels, for your entertainment. Unwind with a drink from the minibar, and then choose a pillow from the pillow menu before settling in for a restful night’s sleep. Maximum 2 guests.

High Floor Deluxe King Room - Street View: (Room size 34 sqm) Large historical windows and high ceilings create an airy feeling in the spacious deluxe king rooms, which are located on levels seven and nine. All rooms feature a capsule coffee machine and street-facing views so you can enjoy a hot drink while you watch the bustle of the city. The shuttered window in the bathroom allows natural light to illuminate the marble fixtures. Maximum 2 guests.

Studio Spa Suite: (Room size 52 sqm) The studio spa suites feature a stylish open floor plan with a chic lounge area. Guests can choose from suites with one king bed or two double beds. These well-appointed rooms surround guests in soothing blue and grey tones with metallic accents. Maximum guests in room 2 adults + 1 child.

One Bedroom Spa Suite: (Room size 56 sqm) Located on the hotel’s top two floors, the one-bedroom spa suites feature plush king beds along with design elements like full-length glass doors and a marble bathroom with an extra-deep spa bath. Guests in these suites can also access the exclusive Business Class lounge on level 10. Maximum 2 guests.

Executive Suite: (Room size 86 sqm) The Executive Suite features a stylish open floor plan with a chic sitting area. Located on the ninth floor in the bullnose of the building, this suite surrounds guests in soothing blue and grey tones with metallic accents. The sitting room leads to a sunken bedroom area, which offers a king bed and an ensuite bathroom with a freestanding tub. Guests also receive access to the exclusive Business Class lounge. Maximum 2 guests.

New South Wales Region Information

New South Wales is a state of opposing landscapes. The sublime coastline, vast farmland, rugged mountain ranges, scorched outback and snowy mountain tops. Explore heritage country towns, bustling metropolis’ and amazing scenery, New South Wales has it all. There is no doubt the heart of the state is the sparkling Sydney Harbour and the amazing attractions that litter its edges. Including world-famous icons, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, the iconic history and heritage of The Rocks, the exquisite beauty of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.

Darling Harbour offers visitors a unique Sydney experience with its plentiful attractions and activities. Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the Harbour, stroll through the Chinese Garden of Friendship, board a submarine at the National Maritime Museum, race around the playground, meet the animals and wildlife and Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife Park. There is something for everyone. A little further from the city’s edge is world-renowned beaches, Manly and Bondi.

But there is a lot more going on than just iconic structures and natural beauty. Sydney is a mecca of elegant boutiques, notable art gallery’s, amazing culinary offerings, awarding-winning bars and world-leading festivals, including annual events, Vivid, Opera on the Harbour and the Sydney Festival.

Get out of the city and head to Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley. Producing exceptional wines, the region is also regarded for its acclaimed restaurants, festivals and beautiful heritage and ancient rainforests. A must on any visit is a wine tasting at one of the many famed cellar dollars, sample some delicious produced, or perhaps enjoy a round of golf at one of the notable courses in the region or an early morning hot-air balloon ride followed by a delicious champagne breakfast. Only two and a half hours from Sydney the Hunter Valley offers a breath of fresh country air, perfect for a short escape.

The world-famous Blue Mountains is another short drive from Sydney’s CBD and home to some of the country’s most dazzling natural attractions and charming villages. Lookout over million-year-old valleys, go beneath the ground at Jenolan Caves or hike the lush green rainforests. The Blue Mountains is packed full of active adventure, scenic lookouts, emerging arts scene and amazing dining experiences. Head north out of Sydney and you will find beautiful beaches, pristine nature reserves and national parks and pretty waterways.

The Central and North Coast’s provide visitors with a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, tracks for hiking mountain bike, horse riding and 4-WD. Other adventurous options include big game fishing, skydiving, scuba diving, kayaking and surfboarding. Much like the rest of the state, the emerging art scene is complemented by boutique produces, local markets and a roster of annual events.

The South Coast is equally impressive. Take your pick when it comes to breathtaking beaches, unspoilt wilderness, top food and wine experiences and gorgeous seaside and hinterland towns. Relax, on the whitest sands in the world at Hyams Beach and savour freshly shucked oysters on Australia’s Oyster Coast. The South Coast provides some of the best spots for Whale watching and exploring the local marine life including snorkelling or diving with a colony of seals at Montegue Island, off the coast at Narooma. There is also rock climbing, coastal walks and fascinating Aboriginal cultural experiences.

Fine Print

Advertised package is land only and excludes airfares. Price is per room, max pax 2 persons per Standard room and 2 adults and 2 kids under 12 in a Twin room

^ 3 Course lunch window seating upgrade subject to availablity 

*^ Not during special event dates including but not limited to 25, 26 & 31Dec, 26Jan, 14Feb & Vivid Sydney.

Please check current COVID-19 travel restrictions for the state or territory you wish to visit before departure. 

  • Accomodation 2 nights
  • Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
  • Bonus Extras Bonus Extras
  • WiFi WiFi
2 nights Accomodation Accomodation Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
Bonus Extras Bonus Extras WiFi WiFi

Package details

ACCOMMODATION & MEALS
* 2 Nights in a Standard Room 
* Breakfast daily 

EXTRAS 
* Upgrade to a Superior Room 
* Welcome drink voucher for house beer, wine or soft drink
* Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour 3-course contemporary Australian a la carte lunch cruise with window seat upgrade^
* Wi-Fi in room 
* Late check out until 1pm 

TAKE THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Stay in a Superior Twin room for 2 adults and 2 kids under 12yrs
From $890 per room including extras 

ADD a 2-Day Hop On Hop Off Harbour Explorer Pass from $39 per adult*, 
Explore the harbour by water and land on this highly flexible cruise covering up to eight harbourside
attractions: Darling Harbour Pier 26, Barangaroo - King Street Wharf, Circular Quay Wharf 6, Taronga Zoo, Shark Island (national park entry fees apply), Watson Bay, Manly and Luna Park. Disembark at any one, stay as long as you like and board the next Explorer. 

Advertised price valid for 12 Oct - 30 Dec 20 & 1 Jan - 31 Sep 21 subject to availablity, block out dates may apply. 



Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

Old meets new at this hidden gem in the heart of Sydney. With traditional heritage architecture and a vintage sandstone facade, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney welcomes you to experience a sumptuous stay in Sydney's CBD. Once home to the Fairfax newspaper empire and the prestigious Bank of New South Wales, this historical building now accommodates holiday guests from all over the world. You’re a short stroll from prestigious restaurants and bars, luxury shopping, and iconic sites such as the Sydney Opera House, the Queen Victoria Building, and Martin Place.

Location 

Surrounded by some of the world’s renowned tourist attractions including the iconic Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, the historical Rocks area and Circular Quay. With easy access to Chinatown, major shopping, and entertainment precincts in Darling Harbour, King Street Wharf, Pitt Street shopping mall, this distinctive hotel provides the perfect base for exploration and discovery.

Facilities 

  • Restaurant and bar
  • Heated lap pool
  • Gymnasium, jacuzzi and steam room
  • Tanatcha Spa
  • WiFi
  • Valet parking (fee payable)

Accommodation

For a first-class experience, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney offers 338 rooms and 26 suites with boutique-style charm and modern amenities like complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.

Standard Room - Atrium View: (Room size 32 sqm) Offering either one king bed or one queen bed, the standard rooms showcase modern design in metallic and grey tones. Rooms feature a beautiful granite and marble bathroom inviting you to relax at the end of the day. Bathrooms include a bathtub and/or a shower. Maximum 2 guests.

Superior Room: (Room size 34 sqm) Most rooms feature high ceilings and large historical windows and many of the beautiful granite and marble bathrooms feature a shuttered window to allow in natural light from the bedroom. Bedding is either one King or one Queen bed, or two twin beds in the Superior Twin Room.

High Floor Deluxe Room - Balcony: (Room size 34 sqm) These deluxe rooms, situated on the 11th and 12th floors, feature a king bed and full-length glass doors, which open onto a Juliet-style balcony. Browse over 100 TV channels, including sports and movie channels, for your entertainment. Unwind with a drink from the minibar, and then choose a pillow from the pillow menu before settling in for a restful night’s sleep. Maximum 2 guests.

High Floor Deluxe King Room - Street View: (Room size 34 sqm) Large historical windows and high ceilings create an airy feeling in the spacious deluxe king rooms, which are located on levels seven and nine. All rooms feature a capsule coffee machine and street-facing views so you can enjoy a hot drink while you watch the bustle of the city. The shuttered window in the bathroom allows natural light to illuminate the marble fixtures. Maximum 2 guests.

Studio Spa Suite: (Room size 52 sqm) The studio spa suites feature a stylish open floor plan with a chic lounge area. Guests can choose from suites with one king bed or two double beds. These well-appointed rooms surround guests in soothing blue and grey tones with metallic accents. Maximum guests in room 2 adults + 1 child.

One Bedroom Spa Suite: (Room size 56 sqm) Located on the hotel’s top two floors, the one-bedroom spa suites feature plush king beds along with design elements like full-length glass doors and a marble bathroom with an extra-deep spa bath. Guests in these suites can also access the exclusive Business Class lounge on level 10. Maximum 2 guests.

Executive Suite: (Room size 86 sqm) The Executive Suite features a stylish open floor plan with a chic sitting area. Located on the ninth floor in the bullnose of the building, this suite surrounds guests in soothing blue and grey tones with metallic accents. The sitting room leads to a sunken bedroom area, which offers a king bed and an ensuite bathroom with a freestanding tub. Guests also receive access to the exclusive Business Class lounge. Maximum 2 guests.

New South Wales Region Information

New South Wales is a state of opposing landscapes. The sublime coastline, vast farmland, rugged mountain ranges, scorched outback and snowy mountain tops. Explore heritage country towns, bustling metropolis’ and amazing scenery, New South Wales has it all. There is no doubt the heart of the state is the sparkling Sydney Harbour and the amazing attractions that litter its edges. Including world-famous icons, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, the iconic history and heritage of The Rocks, the exquisite beauty of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.

Darling Harbour offers visitors a unique Sydney experience with its plentiful attractions and activities. Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the Harbour, stroll through the Chinese Garden of Friendship, board a submarine at the National Maritime Museum, race around the playground, meet the animals and wildlife and Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife Park. There is something for everyone. A little further from the city’s edge is world-renowned beaches, Manly and Bondi.

But there is a lot more going on than just iconic structures and natural beauty. Sydney is a mecca of elegant boutiques, notable art gallery’s, amazing culinary offerings, awarding-winning bars and world-leading festivals, including annual events, Vivid, Opera on the Harbour and the Sydney Festival.

Get out of the city and head to Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley. Producing exceptional wines, the region is also regarded for its acclaimed restaurants, festivals and beautiful heritage and ancient rainforests. A must on any visit is a wine tasting at one of the many famed cellar dollars, sample some delicious produced, or perhaps enjoy a round of golf at one of the notable courses in the region or an early morning hot-air balloon ride followed by a delicious champagne breakfast. Only two and a half hours from Sydney the Hunter Valley offers a breath of fresh country air, perfect for a short escape.

The world-famous Blue Mountains is another short drive from Sydney’s CBD and home to some of the country’s most dazzling natural attractions and charming villages. Lookout over million-year-old valleys, go beneath the ground at Jenolan Caves or hike the lush green rainforests. The Blue Mountains is packed full of active adventure, scenic lookouts, emerging arts scene and amazing dining experiences. Head north out of Sydney and you will find beautiful beaches, pristine nature reserves and national parks and pretty waterways.

The Central and North Coast’s provide visitors with a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, tracks for hiking mountain bike, horse riding and 4-WD. Other adventurous options include big game fishing, skydiving, scuba diving, kayaking and surfboarding. Much like the rest of the state, the emerging art scene is complemented by boutique produces, local markets and a roster of annual events.

The South Coast is equally impressive. Take your pick when it comes to breathtaking beaches, unspoilt wilderness, top food and wine experiences and gorgeous seaside and hinterland towns. Relax, on the whitest sands in the world at Hyams Beach and savour freshly shucked oysters on Australia’s Oyster Coast. The South Coast provides some of the best spots for Whale watching and exploring the local marine life including snorkelling or diving with a colony of seals at Montegue Island, off the coast at Narooma. There is also rock climbing, coastal walks and fascinating Aboriginal cultural experiences.

Fine Print

Advertised package is land only and excludes airfares. Price is per room, max pax 2 persons per Standard room and 2 adults and 2 kids under 12 in a Twin room

^ 3 Course lunch window seating upgrade subject to availablity 

*^ Not during special event dates including but not limited to 25, 26 & 31Dec, 26Jan, 14Feb & Vivid Sydney.

Please check current COVID-19 travel restrictions for the state or territory you wish to visit before departure. 

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