Aarons Hotel: Up to 3D2N Stay for Up to 4 People in Ultimo Queen, Ultimo King, or Dixon King Room

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The deal

Ultimo Queen Room

  • 2D1N stay for 2 for $129 (up to $490 value)
  • 3D2N stay for 2 for $225 (up to $979 value)

Ultimo King Room

  • 2D1N stay for 2 for $165 (up to $541 value)
  • 3D2N stay for 2 for $265 (up to $1,030 value)

Dixon King Room

  • 2D1N stay for 4 for $205 (up to $607 value)
  • 3D2N stay for 4 for $305 (up to $1,163 value)

Hotel at a glance

Aarons Hotel offers travellers a place to rest their weary heads in the heart of Sydney’s Chinatown. The hotel is located just a short distance from the Entertainment Centre, Darling Harbour, and the Aquarium, so guests are never short of anything to do. A short walk to Central Station provides easy access to the city and beyond, perfect for business or leisure visits.

Newly refurbished, the boutique hotel features a contemporary design that appeals to modern guests, with touches like exposed brick to add charm. Cosy queen or king beds are a pleasure to sink into after a long day of sightseeing, while flatscreen TVs and WiFi allow guests to keep up with the news while on holiday. When it’s time to catch another flight or continue the adventure elsewhere, a late 1pm checkout ensures guests are well rested.

The room

Ultimo Queen Room

  • Queen-size bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 2 people

Ultimo King Room

  • King-size bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 2 people

Dixon King Room

  • 2 king-size beds
  • Max. occupancy: 4 people

Hotel facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Airport transfer
  • Shuttle service
  • Tours
  • Family room
  • Laundry service

Sydney, Australia: What to see and do

Once the overshadowed stepsister to the culturally-chic Melbourne, Sydney came into her own via her famous architecture, a rising economy, and succeeding in wresting the exceptional honour of hosting the Olympics in the year 2000. Standing amidst a volatile sibling rivalry to ascend as Australia’s fastest growing city, the former ‘exile colony’ now proudly glows with her iconic twin landmarks of the Sydney Opera and Harbour Bridge, the surfer’s heaven of Bondi Beach, and the eucalypt forests of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Blue Mountains.

Also known as Port Jackson (the name the inlet was bestowed when the first European docked into the then Sydney Harbour), the metropolis’ main activities area is a picturesque playground of connecting islands, white-sailed ships on blue waters, and what Sydneysiders call the ‘Coat Hanger’. Framed against the dazzling sky of water-colour blue or a palette of orange and red, the Harbour Bridge is the steel crown jewel that lifts you 134 metres above sea level and into the view of the nearby Opera House. The architectural brainchild of Danish Jorn Utzon who was said to have drawn his inspiration from palm fronds, Mayan temples, and promiscuous reptiles; the art performance venue hosts your attendance of Sydney’s best in dance, concerts, opera, and theatre of the established as well as the emerging kinds.

Next, follow in the footsteps of the first rebels of the Local Government Act on swimming suits as you find your sun-tanning spot on the sands of Bondi. Previously of a more conservative penchant on the issue of swimwear (both men and women were required to have suits covering from the armpits to the knees), the beach with ‘water breaking over rocks’ breaks taboo when it opened its stretches to the public and when sun-worshippers were allowed to don a two-piece cloth. A former private estate that once belonged to newspaper editor and political reformer Edward Smith Hall, Bondi was sanctioned a public reserve after Hall’s son-in-law threatened to cut open access to the beach.

Then, have an Eucalyptic breath of fresh air as you ascend into the mountainous region of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Blue Mountains, located west of the city. Home to the lone Three Sisters, the bush-walking track of the Jamieson Valley, and origin of the Aboriginal legend of Dreamtime, Sydney’s highlands is a tour against a backdrop of the eponymous blue haze that arose from light reflecting off water droplets and dust particles in the valley. Part of the treasure that is the Australian bush, the city’s natural park is your host to the towering rock formations, grey kangaroos habitats, and a panoramic mountain-biking experience on the plateau.


  • Stay in a boutique hotel located in Chinatown, a few minutes’ from authentic Chinese feasts and boutique shops.
  • Easy access to local attractions including the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Darling Harbour, and Sea Life Sydney Aquarium.
  • Sydney is ranked first in TripAdvisor 2016’s Top 25 Destinations in the South Pacific.
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The Fine Print

Book By Date: Sep 30, 2016.

Travel Period: Jul 13, 2016 - Oct 31, 2016.

Includes (for 2/4 people):

  • Stay in Ultimo Queen/King for 2 people at Aarons Hotel Sydney. (Option 1 - 4)

  • Stay in Dixon King Room for 4 people at Aarons Hotel Sydney. (Option 5 - 6)

  • Late check out at 1pm.

Does Not Include:

  • Transportation to Sydney.

  • Airport transfer.

  • All meals not specified.

  • Travel insurance.

  • Items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.



  • No refund, cancellations allowed upon confirmation of bookings. Amendments must be made at least 24 hours prior to confirmed booking date or Groupon will be forfeited .

  • No-shows forfeit Groupon.

Surcharges (payable direct to hotel)

  • Surcharge: AUD 30 on Saturday nights.


  • All bookings must be made by Sep 30, 2016 and at least 7 days prior to check-in.

  • Call +61-29281 5555 for reservations or email res@aaronssydney.com.au with:

    - Name

    - Contact number

    - Preferred travel dates

    - Groupon voucher code

    - Groupon security code

    - Attached Groupon

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