Temporary Accommodation Guide – Sydney
Sydney has numerous serviced apartments located in most areas of Sydney including the city, outer suburbs, beach suburbs, and harbourside. Expect to pay anything from $200 to $600 a night. Discounted long stay rates are offered by most. Serviced apartments are easy to find and book.
Depending on where you are located for work, there will be plenty of options for serviced apartments.
|Quest World Square
|Very central, new, apartments. 4.5 stars.
|Quay West Suites
|5 Star apartments located right on Sydney Harbour. Might be okay for a week or two, but better value accommodation can be found for 1-2 months.
|Meriton Kent Street and Meriton Danks Street
|City and City edge. Depending on which side of the city you are working on Meriton has two lots of serviced apartments. Both can be seen on the website.
|Offers, studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. Australia-wide chain with a high-quality label for business executives.
|Adina Apartment Hotels
|11 locations in and around Sydney
|Australia-wide chain with high-quality business-level apartments.
|Manly Paradise Apartments
|Manly (Northern Beaches)
|Apartments are only 2 bedrooms, placed directly on Manly Beach.
|Park Regis Concierge Apartments
|2 locations in Sydney and one in Cremorne; Lido Suites are studio apartments
|Cremorne location is ideal for testing out the North Shore.
|Only suitable if you are based for work in the Parramatta area, this is an approximately 45-minute commute to city central.
|Quest North Ryde
|A growing business area is located in North Ryde and if you are based in this area, the Quest carries a global quality tag.
- Sydney Serviced Apartments http://www.sydneyservicedapartments.net
- Executive Living Serviced Apartments http://www.executiveliving.com.au/ (North Shore-based apartment finding service)
- Wotif.com http://www.wotif.com/hotels/apartments-sydney.html
- The Apartment Service http://www.apartmentservice.com.au