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Chatswood, NSW, Australia
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Quest Chatswood
8.1 Excellent
38 Albert Avenue, Chatswood, NSW, Australia
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0.8 km from city centre, Chatswood, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 578 reviews
8.1

Quest Chatswood offers relaxed accommodation in Sydney and is a short stroll from Chatswood Railway Station. It has a gym, as well as a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and babysitting/child services.

The Sebel Sydney Chatswood
7.3 Good
37 Victor Street, Chatswood, NSW, Australia
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0.5 km from city centre, Chatswood, NSW, Australia 
GoodBased on 308 reviews
7.3

Featuring a restaurant, bar and outdoor swimming pool, The Sebel Sydney Chatswood is only a five-minute stroll from Chatswood Railway Station. Popular facilities, such as a Jacuzzi, a sauna and a swimming pool, ensure an enjoyable stay in Sydney.

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Meriton Suites Chatswood
8.9 Excellent
79 Albert Avenue, Chatswood, NSW, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre, Chatswood, NSW, Australia 

Meriton Suites Chatswood offers a comfortable setting when in Sydney. It also features a sauna, a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.

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Silkari Suites Chatswood
8.7 Excellent
88 Archer Street, Chatswood, NSW, Australia
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0.8 km from city centre, Chatswood, NSW, Australia 

Providing a shuttle to Sydney Airport, plus free Wi-Fi, Silkari Suites at Chatswood is a convenient place to stay in Sydney. It is close to Westfield Chatswood, eateries and shops.

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About Chatswood

Chatswood is a district located 10 kilometres north of Sydney’s city centre known for its many vibrant restaurants and cafes as well as the famous Willoughby Spring Festival held each September. As one of the North Shore’s finest commercial areas, many travellers flock to Chatswood to enjoy its many world-class shops and boutiques. The area’s close proximity and excellent transport links with central Sydney also make it an ideal base for those looking to go and explore everything the exciting city of Sydney has to offer.

There are two large shopping centres situated in Chatswood, Westfield Chatswood and Chatswood Chase, offering a huge range of shops and eateries, in addition to numerous smaller malls which have made Chatswood a favourite shopping destination for both locals and travellers. The Willoughby Spring Festival is a must-visit for those in the area in September. This festival lasts the entire month and showcases a variety of musical performances, visual arts and children’s activities to offer fun for all the family.

The city of Sydney benefits from extensive public transportation networks, so getting into Chatswood from other areas of the city is straightforward. Cityrail trains run into the area in addition to bus routes, while it is only a 20-minute drive from the city centre. For visitors flying into the country, Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is Australia’s busiest located only 9 kilometres from the centre of the city. There are many ways to get from the airport into Sydney including trains, shuttle buses, taxis and local bus routes.

Chatswood was first developed as a residential area in the 1870s and experienced a boom with the addition of the North Shore railway line in 1890. There are many parks and green spaces in Chatswood for those who love the outdoors including Chatswood Oval, while the climate in the region stays warm for most of the year other than a brief cool spell between June and August.

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  • What is the best place in Chatswood for bars and restaurants?

    Once just a quiet suburb, Chatswood is now widely known for its food scene. From select hotels in Chatswood, you will have access to some of the best Asian restaurants in Sydney; there are plenty of East and Southeast Asian options, and the large Chinese settlement means an abundance of authentic cuisine from Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taiwan and Northern and Western China. Food courts are some of the best places to try a variety of dishes at humble prices. Small shopping centres like Mandarin Centre and Lemon Grove are home to favourites such as salmon noodle soup (at East West Gourmet, Mandarin Centre) and pork-mince pancakes (at Chinese Noodles Restaurant, Lemon Grove). For drinks, the chain bar The Bavarian has great beverages in a great location, with an atmosphere between a pub and a beer hall, complete with a ping pong table.

  • What is the best place for a family holiday in Chatswood?

    As a suburb only a short distance from the centre of Sydney, any Chatswood hotels are well suited for families. The peaceful suburb brims with leafy parks; Bales Park, Sutherland Park and Muston Park are family favourites, thanks to the spacious and well-equipped playgrounds within them. Amongst other things, kids can entertain themselves on a flying fox, swings, slippery dips, a climbing wall and even a train at Bales Park. Chatswood Oval is great for playing all manner of sports, like rugby and cricket, and watching the sunset on the Chatswood skyline. HomeHotel Walking to Trains, Westfield & Cinema is located right next to the oval and Chatswood Youth Centre. For something educational (and free), The Rocks nearby hosts The Rocks Discovery Museum, where the whole family can learn about local history, from before European settlement to the present day, with child-friendly, interactive displays.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Chatswood?

    The suburb may be best known for great food and buzzing shopping, but there are plenty of other things to do in Chatswood when staying in Chatswood accommodation. Cyclists will be especially delighted to find plenty of bicycle parking and cycleways, all the way to North Sydney and Cammeray. Lane Cove National Park presents a scenic area to appreciate nature and wildlife, offering a diverse terrain where you can cycle, hike, camp and even hire a boat to take down Lane Cove River. Twin Towers Inn is right next to the park. During the Lunar New Year, Chatswood becomes especially festive, coming alive with performances like lion dance, music, food, art installations and cultural celebrations.

  • How do you get to Chatswood from Sydney city centre?

    With plenty of parking spaces, unlike the city centre, driving is a good option for getting from Sydney central to Chatswood, generally taking a mere 15min. If you’d prefer to get some exercise while also doing your part for the environment, you can cycle quite easily, with Sydney’s cycle-friendly infrastructure. Otherwise, public transport options are available, with Metro North West Line, North Shore & Western Line (T1), Central Coast and Newcastle Line (CCN) and Northern Line (T9) trains all connecting to Chatswood Interchange, as well as many bus connections. Mantra Chatswood is conveniently located right next to the station.

  • What are the best hotels in Chatswood?

    855 reviews rated Silkari Suites Chatswood with an average score of 8.7/10. It may also be worth looking into the The Sebel Sydney Chatswood, which received a rating of 7.3/10 from 306 reviews. Meriton Suites Chatswood could also be a good option, with a score of 8.9/10 from 19 reviews.