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Gay Sydney • Luxury Hotels

Looking to be pampered 'down under'? Check our list of luxury hotels.

Sydney Gay Bars

Check out the lively gay bar scene in Sydney.

Sydney Gay Saunas

A roundup of the best gay saunas in Sydney.

Sydney Gay Beaches

No trip to Sydney would be complete without a trip to the beach.

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The Kirketon Boutique Hotel

Gay-popular. Near the gay nightlife In Darlinghurst.

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Sydney : 4-star

Convenient location.

Song Hotel (Y Hotel Hyde Park)

Convenient location. Great for the gay scene & nightlife.

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Sydney : 3.5-star

Great value.

Travelodge Sydney

Great value. Modern rooms. Near the Oxford Street gay scene.

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Sydney : 3.5-star

Near the gay scene.

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park

Near the gay scene. Rooftop pool with fabulous views.

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Sydney : 5-star

Popular choice.

Bounce Sydney

Popular choice. Great location. Close to gay nightlife.

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Sydney : 3.5-star

Boutique choice.

Morgans Boutique Hotel

Boutique choice. In Darlinghurst gay district.

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Sydney : 4-star

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Bondi Beach
world-famous, most gay-popular beach in Sydney

near Oxford St. gay scene
cosmopolitan area; home to much of Sydney's gay nightlife

near Potts Point
charming area, close to attractions, restaurants and Darlinghurst gay scene

near Sydney CBD
"The City" - the main commercial and business district of Sydney

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Best Sauna in Sydney... “I was on a Sunday night at 357. It had a lot of people in the place. Not only Asian…”Mitch on 357 – Sydney City Steam

Best facilities in Sydney - Why isn't it busier? “Sydney Steam has by far the best, most modern, fit out of anyone the Sydney sauna. However, the clientele still…”Andrew on Sydney Sauna

The only good sauna “My husband and I visited this sauna a couple of times and it was great. The staff is really…”James on 357 – Sydney City Steam

Need an engaged & imaginative management “The sad 'motor cycle' room vanished years ago, but the place does not change! Same dark and dingey cliche... and…”Jack on Aarows

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Fall in love with Sydney

Sydney - a city with so much to do and see that one visit will never be enough.

The stunningly beautiful harbour, the gorgeous hunks on Bondi beach, the dazzlingly Oxford Street gay nightlife, the art, food and shopping scenes and numerous iconic attractions make Sydney a world class gay holiday destination.

Sydney is packed to the seams with gay travelers during Mardi Gras, but this is a city blessed with great weather from September to April. If beach culture is your thing, then December to March is the best time to visit.

Don’t Miss

> The Mardi Gras Parade and parties.

>Oxford Street gay nightlife

> The golden sands of the gay-popular Bondi Beach

> Take a tour of Sydney Harbour and its islands

> Sydney Opera House, the Royal Botanical Gardens, the lively markets, climb the Harbour Bridge – the list is almost endless