Hilton Sydney

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Sydney Hotel
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Total meeting space3,100 sq. m
Guest rooms579
488 George Street
Sydney 2000

Hilton Sydney

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Sydney Hotel


One Hat – glass brasserie Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2018 Hilton Sydney Awards include: Best Meetings and Conferencing Properties HM Awards, 2015 One Hat – glass brasserie Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2014 Certificate of Excellence (TripAdvisor Winner 2014) – glass brasserie and Hilton Sydney Function venue of the year Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) 2014 World’s Best Wine Lists awards: Three Star – glass brasserie The World of Fine Wine Silver Award in the 2013 Australian Health & Fitness Industry Quality Awards One Hat – glass brasserie Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2013 Best Listing of Australian Wine (Gourmet Traveller Wine Awards 2013) Best of Award of Excellence (Wine Spectator Awards 2013) Certificate of Excellence (TripAdvisor Winner 2013) Function venue of the year Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) 2013 One Hat – glass brasserie Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2012 Overall Hotel of the Year - Accommodation Division AHA National Awards for Excellence 2012 Best Meetings and Events Venue AHA National Awards for Excellence 2012 Best Restaurant - Accommodation Division AHA National Awards for Excellence 2012 Chef of the year – Joe Pavlovich AHA National Awards for Excellence 2012 F&B function hotel of the year Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) 2012 Conference hotel of the year Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) 2012 Restaurant of the year – glass brasserie Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) 2012 Chef of the year – Joe Pavlovich Tourism Accommodation Australia (NSW) 2012 ONE HAT – glass brasserie Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2011 AUSTRALIAN GENERAL MANAGER – Paul Hutton HM Awards for Hotel & Accommodation Excellence 2011 HOTEL BAR OF THE YEAR – Zeta Bar HM Awards for Hotel & Accommodation Excellence 2011 WINNER – CHEF OF THE YEAR – Gary Johnson AHA National Awards, 2011 WINNER – OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN TRAINING AHA National Awards, 2011 BEST LIST OF WINES BY THE GLASS – glass brasserie Gourmet Traveller Australian Wine List of the Year Awards 2011 HALL OF FAME FOR ‘BEST INTERNATIONAL HOTEL WINE LIST – glass brasserie Gourmet Traveller Australian Wine List of the Year Awards 2011 2010/2011 F&B Awards for excellence, Asia Pacific – Café Cino Project, Hilton Sydney – July 2011 MOST PREFERRED VENUE ASIA PACIFIC EventConnect Preferred Suppli


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space3,100 sq. m
Meeting rooms32
Largest room980 sq. m
Second largest room806 sq. m
Exhibit Space9,900 sq. m

Floor Plans


Guest rooms

Total guest rooms579
Double (2 beds)32
Tax rate10%



Local Attractions

Queen Victoria Bu;

1 minute away
Rich in history and architecturally splendid, the Queen Victoria Building (QVB) occupies an entire block on Sydney’s George Street, and has over 180 of Sydney's finest fashion boutiques, jewellery shops and homewares, accompanied by delightful cafes and restaurants. The grand building, built in the 1890s was erected as a Municipal Market on the scale of a Cathedral. The QVB was beautifully restored and re-opened in 1986, and quickly became Sydney’s most popular and prestigious shopping centre. The dominant feature is the mighty centre dome, which during the Christmas period is occupied by a giant Christmas tree, a must see for any visitor. Glorious stained glass windows and splendid architecture endure throughout the building and an original 19th century staircase sits alongside the dome.
George St
Sydney, NSW_AUS, AU 2000

Museum of Sydney

5 minutes away
Designed by one of Sydney’s best-known architects, Richard Johnson of Denton Corker Marshall, this modern museum sits on one of Australia's most important sites. Here Australia’s first Government House was built in 1788 as a home and office for the colony’s Governor, Arthur Phillip. The museum forecourt, known as First Government House Place, preserves the remaining foundations of the house below, while aboveground the extraordinary art installation Edge of the Trees marks the site of first contact between the British colonisers and the Gadigal people. The site of First Government House is on the National Heritage List.At the Museum of Sydney you will meet our city’s first people, inspect models of the First Fleet ships and peer at the archaeological remains of first Government House and the intriguing objects uncovered by a number of digs on the site. Fast forward through 200 years and you will learn about the distinctiveness of this great city, its harbour, transport, people and particular personality via a changing exhibitions program. The Museum of Sydney explores colonial and contemporary Sydney through objects, pictures and new digital media techniques. Panoramic views of Sydney - from 1788 until today - stretch across walls and video screens. Sydney's convict era is explored in a giant showcase of goods and chattels recovered from more than 25 archaeological digs.
37 Phillip Street
Sydney, NSW_AUS, AU 2000

Pitt Street Mall

2 minutes away
Pitt Street Mall is located in the heart of The Sydney CBD and is Australia’s busiest and most cosmopolitan shopping precinct boasting retail centres Myer, David Jones, Glasshouse, Sydney Arcade, Westfield Sydney, Mid City Shopping Centre and The Strand Arcade. With more than 600 specialty stores, Myer, and David Jones, all within two city blocks you’re almost certain to find something to fit your style and budget. Pitt Street Mall – Sydney’s Fashion Centre.
Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW_AUS, AU 2000

Taronga Zoo

15 minutes away
Situated on the spectacular Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo is an experience not to be missed. Located just 12 minutes from the city by ferry, Taronga Zoo offers free keeper talks, animal shows and feedings throughout the day. Taronga Zoo is home to over 2900 exotic and native species including rare Western Lowland Gorillas, Sumatran Tigers, Snow-leopards, Kodiak Bears, Chimpanzees, Giraffes and five Asian Elephants. Don't miss the Seal Show, it is a fun and exciting performance featuring the stars of the Great Southern Oceans exhibit. Full of action and surprises, this show is a lively, informative look at marine wildlife. Discover the mysterious secrets of the deep while you come face to face with sea-lions, penguins and leopard seals! Enjoy, the famous Free Flight Bird Show held in the amphitheatre offering panoramic harbour views or soar high above on the inclusive Sky Safari cable car ride.
Bradleys Head Road
Mosman, NSW_AUS, AU 2000

Sydney Aquarium

5 minutes away
Sydney Aquarium is a public aquarium located in the city of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is located on the eastern (city) side of Darling Harbour to the north of the Pyrmont Bridge. The aquarium contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 650 species comprising more than 6,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia's water habitats. Sydney Aquarium is dedicated to presenting the unique aquatic life of some of these habitats to highlight their ecological importance and the necessity of conserving them for the future. Its key exhibits are a series of underwater, see-through, acrylic glass tunnels where sharks swim above visitors, and recreation of a Great Barrier Reef coral environment. The Sydney Aquarium was opened in 1988, during Australia's bicentenary celebrations, and is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It is regarded as one of Sydney's premier tourist attractions with over 55% of its visitors each year coming from overseas. A crocodile exhibit was added in 2008.
Darling Harbour
Sydney, NSW_AUS, AU 2000

Sydney Harbour Bridge

1 mi. away
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of both Sydney and Australia. The bridge is nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of its arch-based design

Art Gallery of NSW

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
The Art Gallery of NSW is one of Australia's leading art museums. Explore five levels of art with extensive collections of Australian, Aboriginal, European, Asian and Contemporary art. Located adjacent to the picturesque Royal Botanic Gardens on Sydney Harbour, the Gallery is a short walk from the Sydney central business district. Enjoy refreshments in the award winning Restaurant and Gallery Cafe, and pick up a unique fine arts gift or souvenir from the Gallery Shop. Free daily guided tours include: Highlights of the collection, Highlights of the Asian galleries and Highlights of the Yiribana Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Gallery. Tours also run weekly or monthly in the following languages: Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese. Ipod tours are also available along with the popular Kids tour. Tours are available for vision and hearing impaired visitors. For times and dates of all tours, please check the Art Gallery of NSW website.
Art Gallery Road
The Domain
Sydney, NSW_AUS, AU 2000

Darling Harbour

1 mi. away
Sydney’s favourite destination for leisure and entertainment, with more than 40 restaurants, 30 bars, cafes, museums, theatres, parks and more.

Distance from airport

  • 9 km from venue

Affiliated Organizations


Centrally located in the CBD, Hilton Sydney is close to shopping, entertainment and only a short walk from Darling Harbour. The hotel features deluxe accommodation including the luxurious and much-talked about Relaxation Rooms and Suites, while the 4000sqm of flexible event space can accommodate up to 3000 delegates. The purpose built meeting space includes a dedicated Hilton Meetings floor with thirteen rooms and a Boardroom. Level 2 is ideal for conferences featuring the Stateroom plus 5 break out rooms. Or host your event or dinner in the Grand Ballroom with extensive pre-function space. Level 4 is ideal for exhibitions with flexible walling to accommodate any sized function. Few restaurants can match the inspired elegance of glass brasserie where highly awarded restaurateur/Chef Luke Mangan has created the definitive Sydney dining experience. With contemporary design and a rooftop terrace, enjoy cocktails in Zeta bar or visit the heritage-listed Marble Bar renowned for its opulent Victorian decor and live bands. The hotel is also home to Fitness First Pitt Street Platinum, the city’s largest hotel gym, featuring interactive equipment, group fitness studios, saunas, steam rooms, spa and 25m swimming pool.

Cancellation Policy

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