Travelodge Hotel Sydney Wynyard is located right in the heart of Sydney’s best attractions, with the major highlight being the short walk to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House at Circular Quay. Discover the nearby historic precinct of The Rocks and wander the cobblestone streets of diverse boutiques, galleries, and unique Australian products. Make your way to Darling Harbour to visit native Aussie animals at the Wildlife Sydney Zoo and find a trendy rooftop bar overlooking the water to watch the sunset. Whether you are looking for an exciting day in the city or a sensational night out on the town Travelodge Hotel Sydney Wynyard positions you perfectly in the middle of the action.
Featuring 283 comfortable hotel rooms over 22 floors, Travelodge Wynyard is a full-service hotel with on-site parking, a functional gym with modern equipment, dining facilities and 24-hour reception all available to simplify your stay. Satisfy your craving for a delicious meal at Citrus Grove, the hotel’s restaurant, after a day of exploring or retire to your room where in-room dining is available for your convenience.
The hotel is ideally positioned adjacent to the Wynyard railway station, offering you the choice to further explore the city via the vast public transport network or easily make your way to and from Sydney Airport. You cannot go past Travelodge Hotel Sydney Wynyard for great value accommodation close to all the hot-spots in the Sydney CBD.
Parking at Travelodge Wynyard is $50 per night and on-site. The car park entrance is on Margaret street, if you arrive and it is full, contact our team who will direct you to an external nearby car park. Validated tickets for Wynyard Lane parking station can be purchased from our reception team at the same cost. Please note that the parking station will charge you per entry. Max vehicle height is 1.9m.
The hotel does not have its own pick up service, however guest can find numerous transport alternatives including taxi and Uber. Alternatively, guest can book airport and ground transfer service via our partner's website. For more information, go to tfehotels.com/shuttle
Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Children under the age of 12 years using existing bedding can stay at no additional charge in the room with guardians / parents.
Breakfast is available daily from 6.30am - 10.00am at Citrus Grove located on ground floor.
The local information pack and brochures are available at reception desk for all our guests. To enhance your travel experience, you can also arrange sightseeing tours, day trips and activities online before you arrive at our hotel via our partner's website. To find and book a local attraction tour, visit tfehotels.com/tours.
All in-house dining options are currently closed due to COVID-19. Our Grab n Go remains available. Please contact us for detailed information.
Located within Travelodge Hotel Sydney Wynyard, Citrus Grove Restaurant & Bar is a great place to rest and refuel after a big day out in Sydney.
Great location in Sydney
We were right by Wynyard Light Rail and Train, grocery stores etc. The room was really nice and perfect for the two of us. Staff was very friendly and helpful. It was a great place to stay during our trip....
Well placed accommodation and a great stay.
The service we received was excellent and accommodating, and also well priced considering we had just turned up. Very friendly and helpful reception staff. Stayed here before in 2013 and the Travelodge is just as good if not better. Very well placed for CBD, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and also easy walking distance from Wynyard train station which has direct trains to the airport. Very safe area for walking around at night. Would definitely stay again when back in Sydney!!
Great price,location and easy basement parking for large ute. 5 mins from public transport.Comfortable,well equipped room with all the facilities you need. Have no hesitation in recommending this hotel if looking for Sydney CBD accommodation.
Love this place
As a person travelling to Sydney from Melbourne business, this place is awesome. It is extremely well located, so well priced for Sydney and so nice for the price. Walking distance to Circular Quay and almost opposite the Wynyard Train Station
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The Royal Botanic Gardens is the oldest scientific institution in Australia. Visit an exhibit at the Calyx, shop for botanically themed items while enjoying a coffee at one of the eateries,taste Aboriginal bush foods or jump on the Choo Choo express to see the sights.
Pitt Street Mall is known as Sydney’s fashion centre. Boasting over 600 specialty stores, you can shop till you drop in this 200 metre shopping precinct.
Held every weekend The Rocks Markets offer a vibrant open air experience. The Rocks Markets is a Sydney institution set amongst convict carved sandstone and along the cobblestone laneways the markets are home to more than 200 stalls where you can find fashion, food and locally made produce.
Circular Quay is a vibrant hub of activity. Consisting of parks, open air restaurants, walkways, Sydney's international passenger terminal and a key railway station. The gateway to Sydney's Harbour, Take a walk along the harbour to The Rocks or Botanic Gardens or catch a ferry to Mosman or Taronga Zoo.
Take a sunset cruise, visit your favourite celebrity at Madame Tussauds, Meet adorable animals at Sea Life or dine at a world class restaurant Darling Harbour offers it all. Located adjacent to the city centre Darling Harbour is the perfect place for a day of exploration.
Opening in 1834 Paddy's Market is a Sydney Icon. The busting market located in the heart of the city nestled next to ChinaTown offers a variety of food, clothing, accessories and gifts. A must see for any tourist looking for Australian souvenirs and a great day shopping.
Designed by Jorn Utzon from Denmark in the 1950s. Sydney Opera House changed the course of twentieth- century architecture. Step beneath the sails and discover what makes the Opera House so inspiring. with a variety of tours available is something to suit everyone.
Taronga Zoo is Australia's largest zoo, opened in 1916 and home to exocitc wildlife. Nestled on the shores of Sydney Harbour the Zoo is a must see. Catch a Ferry from Circular Quay and take in the sights or drive and park in the onsite all day parking ($19 per day).