Why choose us?
- Super comfy beds
- Free wifi and TV casting
- Lobby, cafe and bar
- Mobile check-in and check-out
- Digital mobile room keys
- Around-the-clock hosts
- Undeniably good value
- Best rate guarantee
A smart, snug, soulful & sophisticated boutique hotel
You’re a savvy soul of this world. You’re too smart to pay top dollar for space you won’t fill, things you won’t use, staff you won’t see.
So we’ve designed and built this hotel just for you.
It’s everything you need, and nothing you don’t. A well planned, well appointed, well located and well priced Sydney stay experience. A hotel created for you, for right now.
At Aiden Darling Harbour, you do you. It’s your call. You can come at us with wide-eyed wonder, to soak up the cityscapes and landmarks around our breezy harbourside digs, immerse yourself in the local scene, stories and industrial heritage, and discover great coffee, delicious treats and quirky artworks both in and around the hotel.
Or you can beeline for your super comfy bed and just sleep soundly through it all.
Multi-skilled hosts are here to help you on your mission, whatever it may be on each occasion. They are your porter, your barista, your wine pourer, your local guide, your executive assistant.
Chat to us about our book direct policy for best rates, so we can be sure you’re looked after from the very beginning of your stay.
A lot has happened at our humble Pyrmont address over the past 90 years.
During the 1930s, when Pyrmont’s sandstone quarries flourished, the Colonial Sugar Refining Company (CSR) refinery was a towering, billowing presence on the peninsula, and sugar was transported around the wharves by horse and cart… our little Art Deco-style building rose up as a cereal storage building.
Over time, various enterprises called it home: the Australian Fishing Museum, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, and perhaps most famously, Australian small home appliance brand Breville, the creators of the illustrious sandwich press.
In transforming the building into a hotel, we have kept the original bricks, features and framework, introducing a contemporary design which celebrates the past while bringing in botanicals from the local area into the interiors and the polish of floor-to-ceiling windows in the street-level lobby. Two new storeys on top complete its story. Well, this latest chapter anyway…
But wait, there’s more