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Even though almost full the bar service was prompt and cheerful and the views magical. Despite the abnormally windy November day, the bar provided enough glass to provide excellent views and enough shelter to more than comfortable. The only concern is the bar was nearly...More
Stayed at the Hyatt Regency and thought I'd give the bar upstairs a go. Disappointed to have to line up to get in but once there the view of the city was superb. Deffo one for the to-do list, but book a table in advance...More
Visited Bar 11 which is located as the name suggest on the 11th floor of the Four Points by Sheraton in Sussex St, Sydney. I was staying at the hotel and thought it may be a nice place to start our night out. We got...More
This is our 3rd visit to Bar Eleven, we just love it! It has a trendy, relaxed vibe offering an incredible view. The staff are well presented, friendly and helpful. All combine to make this little bar our favourite 'must do' when we stay in...More
This bar is on the eleventh floor of the Four Points By Sheraton, Darling Harbour (hence the name Bar Eleven). We got there a bit after opening (4pm on a Saturday) and all the lounges were already taken but they have higher tables with bar...More
Surprisingly not so popular bar in Darling Harbour while it has really great view toward the harbour. Although it's got limited choice of drinks and space, it's truly recommended for great outdoors bar experience and to enjoy view
This was my second visit to Bar Eleven love the views late afternoon and into the night great service & cocktails.
Date of experience: December 2013
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