A fresh approach to dining in the Rocks. Grand Australian cuisine in a fusion of historical sandstone and the finest contemporary setting. Relaxed and charming, this is the best in service & location. Come try Scarlett Restaurant today.
With its spectacular harbour backdrop taking in the life and majesty of Circular Quay to its wonderful ambience, quality of service and consistent standard of cuisine, Cafe Sydney is acknowledged as one of the centrepieces of Sydney dining.
The Glenmore Hotel has been an Aussie icon since 1921. With its colonial old English charm and character, The Glenmore has been a popular watering hole which has survived depressions, wars, plagues to name but a few and this unique slice of history is located next to one of the world’s most beautiful harbours.
Perfectly positioned within a three-level 18th century sandstone building in the heart of The Rocks precinct, Italian Village brings the tradition and simplicity of Italy to the shores of Sydney Harbour.
Opera Bar boasts the most enviable position in Sydney. Located on the lower concourse level of the Sydney Opera House, Opera Bar offers spectacular views of the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and all the wonders of the city skyline.
One of the oldest hotels in The Rocks offers a four distinct areas available for functions, with a space for every event, from formal dining to cocktail parties and glamorous nightclubbing with harbour views.
Located in the Rocks on the corner of Argyle street and Sydney’s oldest cobblestone laneway, Kendall lane, designer Michael McCann transformed the historic former bond warehouse into a unique dinning space.
“Very pleasant and helpful staff. Much more intimate experience than in the larger impersonal hotels. Nice location in the Rocks near the bridge and Circular Quay. Good selection of restaurants on the doorstep.”
Harbour Rocks Hotel
34 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia.
Tel: +61 2 8220 9999 Fax: (+61) 2 8220 9998 Toll Free in Australia: 1 800 251 210 Email us
Also representing Hotel Lindrum – Melbourne and Sebel Pier One Sydney