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Andrea was amazing and helped check us in the morning well before our check-in time. Thanks to platinum status, was upgraded to a fantastic corner suite. The lounge has very friendly staff and a very decent breakfast spread. Evening service is great as well. Also...More
Very first time for my afternoon tea experience in the Westin Sydney lobby bar. I love the vibe in the lobby. Very spacious and relaxed. Food is yum. I like the theme of arvo tea which is related to Alice in Wonderland. Service is good...More
Right in the centre and excellent for a business visit. Good amenities.
Club lounge is quite basic and the staff seem to be not very experienced. Bit of a hassle with check in check out.
Bar is quite average and the cocktails are well below...More
Thank gaurav s
Response from TheWestinSydneyHotel, General Manager at The Westin SydneyResponded 2 weeks ago
Dear Gaurav S,
Thank you for taking the time to place your thoughts down in words regarding your recent stay at The Westin Sydney. We are delighted you enjoyed our commanding location at #1 Martin Place incorporating the historic General Post Office building. We are...More
The Westin Sydney is located at CBD area. Wherever we go, we can just walk or take a few train stops or bus stops. It’s easy to travel around center area. Disappointed of Swimming pool. However, overall, it was still a good place to relax...More
We stayed at The Martin Place for a long weekend to celebrate our anniversary and it was fabulous.
The location is second to none and accommodation is superb. Our room was spacious and spotless, and had a beautiful view of the city. We loved the...More
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