Sydney's Inner East and its Sanctuary


Cambridge Hotel in Sydney

Sydney, Australia
The multicultural, dynamic Sydney is a hub for the art aficionado, the culturally diverse, the hip, and the nature-lover. The capital city of New South Whales and one of the topmost liveable cities in the world--even ranked first in the entire Asia Pacific for outstanding quality of life--Sydney is a dream urban destination, a dazzling collision of multi-ethnic experiences enjoyed in the city's crisp, balmy weather.


Discovering Sydney's Inner East
When you think of the Harbour City, what comes to mind first, of course, is the shell-like structure of the Sydney Opera House, the famous performing arts center, as well as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Tower, and the Queen Victoria Building. But head on to the Inner East, beyond Sydney's famous landmarks, right in the suburbs of Kings Cross, Darlinghurst, and Surry Hills, and you will discover more of Sydney's gems. These suburbs are a cornucopia of Sydney's treasures: quaint cafes, restaurants, boutique shops, a buzzing nightlife, and a hangout for alternative lifestyle groups. And don't miss out on the art galleries-- including the must-visit TAP Gallery in Surry Hills, which brought street art to Aussie audiences, boasting of works from such biggies as Bansky, Jamie Reid, Beejoir, and the like. 

TAP Gallery in Surry Hills: The Artist's Paradise 


Cafe Mint, one of the popular cafes in Surry Hills 


Cambridge Hotel: Sanctuary
Moments away from the dazzling Surry Hills, right in the heart of Syndey, exists a four-star hotel with excellent user reviews-- a modern sanctuary to stay in after doing some culture-hopping in the dynamic, art-enthused Inner East. Cambridge Hotel, charmingly perched along the tree-lined Riley Street in the fringes of the Central Business District, is one of the finest boutique hotels in Sydney, surrounded by many exciting tourist destinations. Just a stone throw's away from multicultural and diverse adventures, in the many pubs, shops, cafes, and art galleries, lounge lazily on the hotel's European duvet and pillows, step out in the balcony and revel in the incredible cityscape while sipping your glass of champagne. Built to pamper visitors in their 173 rooms, the hotel even gives full support to Australia's environmental preservation with its excellent and sustainable environmental policies-- even awarded with a green star accreditation from AAA Tourism.


Cambridge Hotel room with an incredible view of the cityscape 


While staying in Cambridge Hotel in Surry Hills, start the day by exploring the bohemian village and then shop for offbeat designer and vintage collectibles, like clothing and homeware. In the afternoon, grab some artisan breads or gourmet delicacies from Bourke Street Bakery, or taste the sun-dried tomato, ietta and herb muffins at Cafe Mint, and then immerse yourself in street art at the TAP. At night, be dazzled with the array of entertainment and night pubs; and afterward, sink into the cool, luxurious sheets in your Cambridge hotel room, and dream about more of Sydney's treasures yet to be discovered.

For more information, please visit Cambridge Hotel Sydney's official website.

Images: Cambridge Hotel Sydney


Comments

  1. I support Au customers so they have become closer to my heart. I hope to visit soon and really see what the fuss is about.

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  2. Most of my relatives are now in Australia and I am planning to visit them probably this year. Your post made me all the more excited! Thank you for sharing this :)

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  3. Wow! Looks much better than most hotels in Manila.

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  4. wish i can go to australia soon... been really wanting to go there...

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  5. if I get a chance to visit Australia, I'll definitely consider staying at Cambridge Hotel... ;)

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  6. Austrilia is in my travel checklist. Thanks for sharing it gives me an idea where to stay.

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  7. A dream urban destination, Indeed! The Artist's Paradise looks cool!

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  8. I'd love to visit Australia some time soon :) It has been one of my dream countries to go to.

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  9. Australia seems to be a very nice country to visit. But I wanna visit Asian countries first! Thanks for sharing this! :)

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  10. Sydney is in my top places to visit. Thanks for your post!

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  11. you've indulged yourself totally on the interiors ;-) 4-star hotels sometimes satisfy our expectations than most hyped 5-stars - that's the case here in Dubai

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  12. Nice hotel.. The glass window is a winner!

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  13. Wow, never been to Australia although I was dealing with Australian clients in my previous job. Hope to visit Sydney in the future. *wishful thinking*

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  14. Wow ang Ganda!!! Hoping to visit Aussie also soon..my cousins been bugging me to go... Soon soon!! Can't wait! ;)

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  15. included on my checklist.. will save this link for future reference..

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