Setting the scene for your stay, Sydney has all types of accommodation. And who would know more about which hotels set the mood just ooze sexiness than a high class escort agency like Red Door. Our ladies love to be pampered and have let us know which hotels that get them all hot and bothered.
So, without further ado, here are our Top 10 Best Hotels In Sydney when you want to make an impression on a lover.
Oh, Darling! One knows they are at an uber-trendy hotel when the menu includes the bedding. Four-hundred-thread Egyptian cotton sheets and a hand-picked pillow menu, so you can enjoy pillow talk with your neck at exactly the right level. And they make sure that’s reflected in every inch from the bed to beyond, from the texturedwallpaper and bespoke furniture, to the swimming pool that is scented with eucalyptus to keep things feeling fresh and sensual.
If you’re a fan of a view, it doesn’t get much better than the close up splendour of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. And without a doubt, that is a huge part of the Park Hyatt’s spark. The smaller rooms offer a glimpse while the more expensive rooms literally frame the view like a fine piece of art. Recently refurbished the high-end suits are now minimalistic apartment-style hideouts. There is also a rooftop swimming pool, a gorgeous spa and for those with the budget, a 24-hour butler service. Anything is possible. Like, we mean ANYTHING.
Undergoing a renovation in 2015, you’ll be surrounded with gold and silver – speciallycommissioned carpets and world-class artworks. A glorious chandelier made of three brass rings hangs in the Horizon Club where you can also sip on cocktails at the world famous bar. The rooms have a style of classic luxury with marble bathrooms and the largest windows of any of the city’s harbourfront hotels. Oh-la-la.
Location, Location, Location! The Fullerton, formerly The Westin, is set right in the heart of the Sydney CBD (Central Business District) and will win the heart of any high-class businessman who is hoping to have his work and pleasure available in the one place. With 416 rooms we recommend the suites, built into the original sandstone GPO Building the heritage-listed rooms are the pick for those wanting character and charm to share with an equally charming companion.
There are also meeting rooms and boardrooms – and after you’ve finished for the day you can slip into something a little more comfortable and have a swim, visit the Day Spa or sip on a ‘old fashioned’ at the bar. For those who might like company overnight, The Westin has been voted by our companions as the best breakfast in town. Morning Glory Indeed.
Book into one of two Insta-worthy, ’70s-referencing Rockstar Suites, which have harbour views, eccentric neon lighting, hammock nooks and round, marble bars.
There’s a cute little pool here for the lap-swimming inclined and plenty of rooms have those water views that make the ladies go weak at the knees.
For an inner-city cool, you can’t beat QT Sydney. With 200 rooms, each individually styled, a day spa (spaQ), men’s barber, two bars, a café and restaurant in the heritage-listed Gowings building you couldn’t ask for more. And yet it still feels boutique and sexy. They’ve themed the place around the full-service men’s department stores of the ’50s and ’60s, from vintage American barber shop chairs to the Hammam-inspired steam room. All up it inspires it male guests to feel exquisitely MANLY. All that’s missing is his queen for the night.
First In, Best Dressed this Sydney CBD’s first luxury hotel, built in 1999. With 590 rooms you’ll be spoilt for choice. Our suggestion is one of the corner rooms with a view of Darling Harbour. The room is complete with a long wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, but the real scene stealer is the bathroom.It has one of the most stupefying views of the city with sheer glass on two sides. You’ll enjoy letting the city energy pass you by while you soak in the scene floating in your bath.
Unlike Melbourne, Sydney isn’t full of little laneways, small bars and boutique hotels. That’s why it’s so impressive how Hilton have managed to pull this intimate feel off inthe West. Set down amongst Barangaroo’s new towers, this truly is a hotel to have a secret rendezvous and feel like you are in a totally different city with a stunning companion in this boutique accommodation. Dark corners for doing dark deeds.
A heritage listed building with original timberwork intact, it has waterfront views, gorgeous white furnishings and luxe toiletries by Apelles Apothecary & Bar. Saunter around in your white cotton bath robes, use the ginger-lily scented Himalayan bath salts and soak the day away in the luxurious tub for two.