The Hotel: Ibis Thornleigh
Conveniently located in Sydney’s Northern Suburbs, along a main arterial road in and out of the city, Ibis Thornleigh is an economical hotel ideally located for both business and leisure travellers. Just 35 minutes from the CBD, and located close to a train station, it’s a choice base from which to reach the city and surrounding areas.
The Standard Room is equipped with everything you need to make your stay comfortable, with all expected amenities, including air conditioning. With a comfortable, Queen-size bed, in-room movies, and a private ensuite, guests will feel relaxed in their home-away-from-home. The hotel’s onsite restaurant onsite caters for Breakfast, Lunch and dinner, as well as a drink at the bar.
Ibis Thornleigh is also home to a convenient on-site bistro and outdoor parking. Additionally, surrounding Hills and Hornsby areas offer guests access to entertainment facilities including a cinema, leafy parks, and a plethora of restaurants.
- Bed type/size: Queen or Two Singles (subject to availability)
- Maximum occupancy: Two people
- Air conditioning, TV, in-room movies, tea and coffee making facilities
The Area: Sydney, NSW
Sydney is a cosmopolitan mix of attractions that has been delighting visitors for decades. The most populous city in Australia, Sydney is known for being cutting edge, down-to-earth, and a mecca of diversity where natural and man-made sites abound. Home to the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and golden Bondi Beach, the city buzzes with an infectious energy that enchants travellers both from neighbouring states and further around the globe.
Embark on a self-guided tour of the city, weaving up to Circular Quay to see the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Then stroll over to The Rocks to learn about the city’s history, where cobbled streets, Aussie pubs, and weekend markets present a cultural experience. Back at the Quay hop on a ferry bound for Taronga Zoo, Balmain, or Manly, appreciating the water views and snapping photos of waterside properties and the CBD skyline.
Hit up suburbs like Paddington and Surry Hills for trendy boutiques, hip bars, and creative restaurants. In the city, spread time between museums, galleries and waterside locations like Darling Harbour and Circular Quay. Wrap up the day with high tea in a swish establishment or an authentic meal in Chinatown.