Four Seasons Sydney

Another staycation from Sydney! This time I’m sharing with you our stay at The Four Seasons Sydney. This was actually an old visit from mid last year, but since I’m doing a Sydney Hotel series on the blog, it’s only fitting that I finally share it with you.

I love the difference you’ll find in all the Sydney hotels. As I’ve looked back on each place we’ve stayed there is such a big difference between all of them. I used to think there weren’t that many hotels in Sydney, when in fact there is a lot to choose from, from independent boutique hotels to luxury five star chains, and each place offers a different perspective, depending on what you are looking for during your stay in the city. If you’re looking for a luxurious, high rise, five star service, ‘hotel’ experience, with amazing dining and modern hotel rooms, but also a killer view of the city, The Four Seasons is the place to be. Oh! And of course the in-room dining is one of the best. I loved our stay here, it felt so luxurious to take a bath while overlooking the extremely familiar skyline, yet it felt so different to see it from this point of view. We’ve also dined at The Mode Kitchen and Bar downstairs, and although I don’t have any photos to share from here, I’d highly recommend it as a romantic date night spot. We stayed in a gorgeous suite on one of the higher floors with amazing views of the Harbour. Unfortunately, it was a little cloudy during our visit, but that didn’t mean I didn’t enjoy the breakfast we woke up to! Legitimately one of the best in room dining breakfasts can be found at The Four Seasons Sydney. Our bathroom was also insane and I’m bummed I didn’t take photo of the incredible bathtub in our room (it was huge and circular). Which means … I guess you’ll just have to stay here to see it for yourself!

1 Comment

  1. 20th June 2019 / 9:42 am

    Wow, so much food. I hope you had company to help you finish all of that.

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