Spectacular Sydney

Things to Do in Sydney

The Emerald City's greatest hits

Nestled amid modern marvels in an edgy corner of the city, Kimpton Margot Sydney's position puts you in easy reach of Sydney’s best shopping, theatre and entertainment. Catch a show at the historic Capitol Theatre or beeline for the retail therapy awaiting at the magnificent Queen Victoria Building. Just down the road, Chinatown dishes up the city’s best Asian eats, while cosmopolitan waterfront dining is on the cards at Darling Quarter – an easy stroll through the city. Hop on a complimentary bike and cycle your way to the trendy cafes, pubs and boutiques of Surry Hills, or head straight for the city’s showpiece – Sydney Harbour – to witness architectural icons and dazzling views straight off a postcard.

Town Hall

Town Hall

Sydney's Town Hall, a majestic Victorian masterpiece at the heart of the CBD, is the city's vibrant epicenter. With easy access to Town Hall Metro and the iconic QVB, it bridges the gap between history and modernity in Sydney's dynamic urban landscape.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is Australia’s oldest and most well known park, offering over 16 hectares of leafy surrounds inviting ambles and picnics alike. The Anzac Memorial, Archibald Fountain and various other historical monuments are also dotted around the picturesque gardens.

Aerial shot of Hyde Park Sydney
Elderly couple walking past shopping mall

Pitt Street Mall

Just 600 metres up the road from Kimpton Margot Sydney lies this lively retail mall that is considered Australia’s most cosmopolitan. At this one-stop-shop for fashion lovers, you’ll find everything you need – and even more that you want.


Those hankering for Asian flavours will be in their element at Australia’s largest Chinatown, a mere ten-minute stroll away. Head straight for the heart of the precinct – Dixon Street – for a huge variety of Chinese restaurants.

Sydney Chinatown gateway entrance
Capitol Theatre Balcony Seating

Capitol Theatre

Located in Haymarket, the home of Chinatown, the heritage-listed Capitol Theatre hosts some of the world’s biggest theatre shows, musicals and ballets amid ornate architecture hailing from the late 19th century.

Surry Hills

One of Sydney’s most-loved neighbourhoods, Surry Hills’ boutiques, cafes and restaurants are just a quick taxi away. Better yet, hop on one of our loaner bikes and cycle like a local.

Terracotta building Surry Hills