Pullman At Sydney Olympic Park
Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park is a unique 5 star hotel in the dynamic sports, entertainment, business and technology hub that is Sydney Olympic Park. The upscale hotel offers business travellers 212 rooms, meeting rooms for up to 220 people and wireless Internet in all areas. Enjoy panoramic views of Sydney, toast your success in the chic wine bar and savour contemporary Australian cuisine in Bacar restaurant.
- Excellent Service and AmbienceI was here for my official trip to Sydney with my General Manager. Wonderful Stay, Excellent and Friendly Service by Staff. Perfect Location @ SOP. Next… hotel connected in Ibis and Novotel ... Just walking distance away from Station, multiple restaurants and options available near by the hotel. Did not taste food here but stay was awesome. I would recommend for business trip/leisure trip stay away from CBD in a calm nice location.
- Maiden Concert & Maiden visitStayed here when Iron Maiden were in town. The concierge Tahir was awesome, a credit to the hotel... So friendly and welcoming, can't do enough for you.… The staff are equally a credit to the hotel, friendly welcoming and always ready to assist. The parking situation is very good and easy to access from the hotel. The room was great with a view we were more than happy with too. The lobby bar is great also and we sampled many drinks that night. Only 1 criticism is the breakfast in the restaurant, it wasn't really up to the standard set by the rest of the hotel. We are planning our next stay at the Pullman shortly! I highly recommend this hotel.
- Very impressedVery impressed with the Pullman. We stayed here with friends when attending a concert at Qudos Bank Arena and couldn’t fault the service or facilities.… For some reason we were allocated a disabled room even though we did not request one. The king bed and pillows were very comfortable so had a great night’s sleep which is unusual for me in hotels. The room was spacious and had a lovely view over the Olympic Park complex and to the Sydney skyline. As it was a disabled room there was no bath and the shower was designed for wheelchair access. The floor got completely soaked after showering which was a pain but thankfully drained away quickly. We had drinks in the downstairs bar which was lovely and all staff we encountered were very friendly and efficient. Despite the hotel being fully booked we didn’t hear any excess noise and the queues at reception moved quickly. There are plenty of eating places in the area ranging from standard Subway and McDonalds to great little bistros and cafes. Looking forward to our next concert at Olympic Park!!