The Sydney Tour.
The Vegas Hotel & Mandalay Room - Enter into a world of entertainment, where nothing is as it seems. Relax in an elegant bar with sounds provided by some of Sydney’s finest live acts and DJ’s. Dive into a world of fine cocktails. With over 30 cocktails, you’re sure to find one that perfectly matches your mood…and enhances it. Let their friendly, professional mixologists tend to your every need. Absorb the show that never ends… The Mirage - Experience the thrill and spectacle of a live, Las Vegas inspired, under-water show. The Mirage is a must-see on any night out in Kings Cross. Live shows sessions are: Friday and Saturday nights 10pm 12am 1:30am. Home Base of the Nunya Club.
The Rocks Tour - "Sunday Shout".
The Orient Hotel
The Orient Hotel first started trading in 1884, but the building dates back to 1843. A landmark in the historic Rocks district of Sydney, they’ve been a favourite watering hole for generations of Sydneysiders. Their street level Public Bar is a relaxed gathering place by day with great Aussie bar food, icy-cold beer and friendly staff. Walk through to the sandstone courtyard and find the perfect spot to take time out with a cool drink.
The Fortune of War
Reputedly Sydney's oldest pub, the Fortune is a pretty popular stop. A casual passerby may think it's simply a small, workmanlike bar, however the Fortune is actually a lot more spacious than it looks from outside on George Street.
The Australian Heritage Hotel
The Australian Heritage Hotel is situated at the corner of Cumberland Street. The Australian Hotel is a superb example of Edwardian/Federation style Architecture. Built in 1913 its licence has been in continual use since the early 1800's. They offer a friendly, charming atmosphere and are proud to be part of the Rocks Village. 2006 Annual Bar Awards - Best Specialty Beer Venue - Australian Hotel.
The Glenmore Hotel has been an Aussie Icon since 1921. With its colonial old english charm and character, The Glenmore has been a popular watering hole which has survived depressions, wars, plagues to name but a few and this unique slice of history is located next to one of the world's most beautiful harbours.
The Harbour View Hotel
The property is the closest hotel to the Harbour Bridge, it has harbour views and is an integral part of the third largest tourist attention in Australia - The Rocks. "The Harbour View boasts two function rooms, a Cocktail bar and a restaurant overlooking Sydney Harbour together with a ground floor bar offering live entertainment on Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday afternoons. Included in this hotel is an entertainment area including a pool room which is expected to attract both local and overseas tourists who are looking for a different experience and an era reminiscent of the 30's as opposed to the local hotels whose main claim to fame is of a previous century".
The Observer Hotel
The Observer Hotel boasts live entertainment seven nights a week. They also feature solo acoustic artists who perform all the best songs, from classic rock to contemporary hits. They also have continuous coverage of Fox sports, showing major sporting events live. Their entertainment now includes a retro DJ from 9pm on Saturday nights.They decided it was time to change things a little and add a little disco to the environment with platforms and "fro's" more than welcome. They have a courtyard area and the Level 1 area of the hotel is available for function hire. I can't forget to mention the friendly service they offer, especially from Steve, Gav and Stephen who between them have given the Observer over 20 years service and sure know how to tell a great story.
The Mercantile Hotel
The Mercantile Hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places and situated in the heart of The Rocks where glimpses of Sydney's unique heritage abound at every turn. At night, you'll be entertained by their Irish and Bush Bands whilst sipping their famous draught Guinness in the Molly Malone Bar.
Here at the Löwenbräu Keller it’s Oktoberfest all year round. There are always special occasions worth celebrating. The Löwenbräu Keller is Sydney's best known, most authentic German restaurant. We offer Bavarian cooking with traditional dishes and biers in a typical Bavarian atmosphere. Here, the emphasis is on enjoying the cuisine as well as Pure Bavarian Fun – right in the heart of The Rocks. Situated above the Löwenbräu Keller our modern European-style überbar is set in a comfortable and fun atmosphere specialising in premium exclusive biers and delicious European cocktails.
Star City Casino
Star City is New South Wales' only casino and is Sydney's premier 24 hour entertainment facility located on the shores of Sydney Harbour, enjoying sweeping views of the harbour and city skyline. Star City has a huge TAB lounge and sports bar, Star Keno and 200 gaming tables featuring popular games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Mini Baccarat, Sic Bo, Big Wheel, Caribbean Stud Poker, Pai Gow and Pontoon. Star City offers a range of table limits to suit both serious players and those wanting to enjoy a casual flutter with friends. Their main gaming floor is Australia's ultimate gaming venue covering 145,000 square metres. Star City's private gaming room, the Endeavour Room, offers cardholders a world of opulence and classic elegance. Their superb facilities and professional and friendly staff are second to none, offering visitors 24 hour excitement all year round.