Sydney Olympic Park Hotel Accommodation
Leading Sydney Olympic Park accommodation, Marco Polo Sydney hotel, offers you all the comforts of home, away from home. We’re located close to all that Sydney has to offer. Only 7 kilometres from the Sydney CBD and 8 kilometres from Sydney Olympic Park, ANZ Stadium, and Sydney Homebush Showground.
The bus station is right out front and conveniently located near all modes of transportation including train stations, ferry excursions, and automobile commutes, for both spectators, club members, and event attendees. You can also enjoy the view of the federal or colonial architecture houses while strolling 400 metres from Marco Polo Sydney to the Summer Hill train station.
Sydney Olympic Stadium and Sydney Homebush Showground are only a short train ride apart from Summer Hill train stations. In the immediate vicinity, there are also numerous great cafes, fast food restaurants, supermarkets, multicultural restaurants like Chinese, Portuguese, Thai or Italian, and other establishments – Sydney airports, parks, and Canada Bay.
Accommodation Close To All The Sports
For over four decades and continuing Aussie’s tradition, whether it’s friendly games or championship finals, Marco Polo Sydney has been a favourite choice for locals, interstates and international sports fans, players, and sport clubs members’ accommodation.
If you’re driving, from Marco Polo Sydney use the left exit for 800 metres to the WestConnex tunnel, which will take you 7 kilometres to Sydney Olympic Park. Also you can explore Sydney’s waterways and surrounding beaches and beautiful views. Balmain East ferry station is located 7 km from Marco Polo Sydney and connects directly to the Sydney Olympic Park, Circular Quay, and Darling Harbour.
Amazing Value and Conveniently Located
This excellent located Sydney hotel is also within easy reach of Sydney CBD and Parramatta CBD, Rosehill race track, and a range of public transport options, including ferries, trains, and buses. So relax and enjoy a stress-free stay and enjoy a double-decker train ride in Sydney!