Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Sydney

Serviced apartments in Sydney are the ideal accommodation choice for corporate travellers visiting the city for business. Whether you want a short or long term stay, we have many centrally-located properties on offer which include all the facilities and space you need to live comfortably in one of Australia’s busiest and largest cities.
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Extremely popular with tourists, and with plenty to do, Sydney is more than just a regional powerhouse, it is also a major global city and perfect as a destination for corporate travel.

About Sydney


The capital of the Australian state of New South Wales, though not of Australia itself – a common misconception – Sydney is certainly the country’s largest, most populous and best-known city. It has a population of more than five million, which spreads across fifteen regions made up of almost 660 different suburbs. Covering such a large area, the city is also unsurprisingly home to some of Australia’s most iconic sights, not least the distinctive Sydney Opera House, which juts out into the water close to Sydney Harbour Bridge.

You’ll most likely start your time living in Sydney by arriving at the Kingsford Smith Airport, shortly before checking in one of the many available Sydney apartments. Australia’s busiest airport is in the south of the city, with its runways protruding out into Botany Bay.

Bus and trains provide the mainstay of public transport, with Central Station being the rail hub, but the city grew up around cars and road transport, despite in recent times trying to move away from a reliance on cars.


The Sydney economy and business climate are renowned globally for its ability to keep developing and improving, as well as adapting for whatever the requirements are of the city. With growth recorded over the last twenty years and strong economic relationships with other major economies across the globe, it comes as no surprise that the city is so welcoming to foreign investment.

It is one of the world’s most competitive and innovative cities and represents Australia’s hotspot for business and economic success. After all, Sydney is home to the headquarters of around 250 major Australian companies and attracts half of Australia’s total international visitors.

The economy is known to be strong across a range of sectors and industries, including tech, tourism, finance and retail. Each of these is extremely important to the economy, and extended stay serviced apartments in Sydney CBD make sure those involved in these sectors have high-quality accommodation that satisfies their varying needs.

To find out more about doing business in one of Australia’s biggest cities, be sure to visit the City of Sydney website, where you can get easy access to information about investments, global connections, future developments plans and much more.


Sydney first became known as Sydney back in the late eighteenth century, following British invasion of Australia. After the region originally having the name, ‘New Albion’, this was changed and was instead named after the British Home Secretary Lord Sydney. It was described as the ‘finest harbour in the world’ by the British, over 50,000 years after the first aboriginal people occupied Sydney.

It was the nineteenth and twentieth centuries that then saw huge population increase and development in Sydney. In fact, between 1850 and 1914, the Sydney population increased by over 900,000. It was a similar story in Melbourne, and what developed was a back-and-forth battle between the cities to see who was the biggest and most important in the country. A landmark though, particularly in the country’s overall history, as when Sydney hosted the Olympic Games in 2000.

Wondering what to do in Sydney if you want to learn more about the history of the city? The best way to do this is to explore one of the many city museums. The Museum of Sydney, the Australian Museum and the Australian National Maritime Museum are all worth visiting, conveniently located near many of our Sydney city apartments, and showcase great perspectives of local and national history.


The best things to do during a stay in corporate accommodation in Sydney tend to be the classics. See the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, the Tower Eye and, of course, the Bondi Beach. It’s only once you visit Sydney that you truly realise how iconic these attractions are. These are must-see sites!

If you’ve got a bit more time on your hands, perhaps take a walk along the Coogee to Bondi Coastal trail too, taking in several breath-taking beaches and a lot of scenery along the way. Taronga Zoo also offers an excellent day out for a family, where you can see over 4000 different species of animal.

If you also want to get some good shopping in for when you visit Sydney, then the Westfield Mall area next to the Tower Eye is the mega-mall to rule them all. Combined with the MidCity Shopping Centre and Pitt Street Mall, it makes for a large city block of main shops, with many Sydney restaurants and other eateries dotted around. Other popular spots include the Queen Victoria Building over towards Hyde Park, the Oxford Street area in the southeast of the city and parks such as the Centennial, not far from the world-leading University of Sydney.

Whether it be iconic attractions, beautiful scenic spots or a vast range of high-end food or retail establishments, this city has it all, and those staying in apartments in Sydney city centre can appreciate having all of this and more within walking distance!


Situ strives to source the best Sydney accommodation options, to ensure you have the perfect stay whilst travelling for business, stress free. We make finding and booking serviced accommodation effortless.

We have some fantastic serviced apartments in Sydney’s city centre, which are ideal for guests looking to enjoy some of the city’s top attractions whilst also undergo a hassle-free business trip. Situ also offers amazing accommodation options in Melbourne, Perth and other locations throughout the country, meaning wherever your trip takes you in Australia, you always know that you have somewhere to stay that meets your expectations.

Contact us today and talk to a member of our expert team about how we can help find the serviced apartment in Sydney that’s right for you.


Sydney Airport

There are a few airports based in the city, but it is Sydney airport (also known as Kingsford Smith Airport) in the suburb of Mascot that is the primary handler of flights in the city.

Sydney airport is not only the busiest in Australia, but it is also one of the world’s longest operating commercial airports. Perhaps this is why Western Sydney airport is currently under construction. Either way, business travellers can choose to stay in fully furnished long term or short term rentals in Sydney that best suits them and their travelling distance from the airport.

By Train

The railway network in Sydney is both extensive and complex, with around two hundred train stations operating across the city. There are nine lines (T1, T2, T3 etc.) altogether which cover countless routes and services from the city centre right to the outskirts of the city.

For all the information you’ll need regarding train services in Sydney, be sure to visit the ‘Transport NSW’ website, where you can access timetables, ticket information and much more.

By Metro

Courtesy of Sydney Metro, passengers can aboard high-frequency, driverless trains too. Along the Metro Line in the north-west of Sydney, anyone can travel frequently between Tallawong and Chatswood stations.

This line also connects with the famous City Circle Line, mostly-underground and based in the heart of the Sydney central business district. City Circle stations include Central Station Syndey, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James and Museum. Again, visit the ‘Transport NSW’ website for more information.

By Bus

Alike the railway network, the bus network in Sydney is also extensive, including more than 600 bus routes. Operators include Busabout, Busways, Hillsbus, Interline and Transdev.

Worth mentioning and available for use on all forms of public transport, anyone can acquire an Opal Card which can you top up and acts as an easy, convenient way of paying for your travel. Visit to find out how you get a card before you travel to Sydney.

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