The Four Seasons in Sydney, Australia. No, I’m not talking about salt, pepper, herbs, or other spices. I’m talking about the luxury hotel.
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The Four Seasons in Sydney is a great hotel. It’s practically in the middle of downtown Sydney, so you could walk everywhere. It’s about two miles from the Opera House, two miles from the Sydney Bridge, two miles from the Botanical Gardens, two miles from the Quay, two miles from Westfield mall, and two miles from your mama’s house.
The decor seemed a bit outdated. The run-down elevators and faded halls looked like the United States Presidents after their 4-8 years in office. It gave me the impression of tacky old world luxury like a Trump Hotel. The carpet looks like Donald Trump’s hair.
The room is fairly small, but that was made up with the view of the bay. There are restaurants in the hotel and a bar next to the lobby called the Grain. The service was extremely helpful from the bell hop to the host to the bartenders. There are BMWs, Mercedes, Porsches, Ferraris, Lambos, and Bentleys parked in front. Please don’t ask me why I brought all my cars. I just felt like it.
Overall, the decor is a little outdated, but the location, the view, and the service makes up for it like a boyfriend who screwed up and trying to win his girlfriend back. There are bars and restaurants within a block if you’re thirsty or hungry. Unfortunately, you’re not allowed to test drive my cars. Sorry.
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- Service - 8.5/108.5/10
- Decor - 6/106/10
- Comfortability - 6/106/10
- Location - 8.5/108.5/10
- Room Size - 5/105/10
The best thing about this hotel is the location. It’s centrally located in the middle of Downtown Sydney.