Welcome to Rydges Camperdown, on the doorstep of prestigious Sydney University, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (also known as the RPA) and the uber funky Newtown. Camperdown accommodation is so convenient that you can explore the King Street cafes, restaurants, quirky boutiques that Newtown has to offer, or travel a short 10 minutes to the Sydney CBD, Choose from a selection of deluxe, superior rooms, each with broadband internet, cable television and of course, the exclusive Rydges Dream Bed - the most comfortable bed you'll find! Rydges Camperdown is also suitable for family holidays, with family rooms and interconnecting rooms available. make sure to swim in the outdoor pool, which the kids and adult alike will love.
Indulge in a full buffet breakfast at Rowley's Restaurant, which also serves modern Australian cuisine for lunch and dinner. Even better, enjoy a beverage at Rowley's bar which serves international plus local beers, wines & spirits.
Thinking of holding your event in Sydney? Rydges Camperdown offers various meetings, conference and wedding space suitable for small and intimate numbers to larger spaces for up to 180 delegates. Speak to our friendly event staff for further information.
Rydges was great. It was a great location for public transportation. It was great that we had a renovated room. New bathrooms, carpets, curtains, flat screen tv. The lobby was very welcoming.
Unfortunately, the hotel was still under renovation...and they started very early in the morning. I would always wake up to hammering and drilling. Even when we changed rooms..you could still hear it.
the room had a great view of downtown Sydney. It was quiet and close to airport
Close to city but not in the hussel n bussel.
tv didnt work properly
The staff were very good. new television in the room
This hotel is incredibly rundown, the carpets are threadbare and the signs of poor maintenance were everywhere. The lift needed propper cleaning, the corners were dusty despite vacuum cleaning. It gave every impression of being rundown before demolition. In view of its rundown condition I regard it as being overpriced
closeness to RPA hospital