Accommodation near the Prince of Wales Hospital
The Public Prince of Wales Hospital and Community Health Services is a major teaching hospital and tertiary referral centre, providing excellent healthcare to south eastern Sydney and specialist health and medical services to NSW.
The public Prince of Wales Hospital has 450 inpatient beds and almost 3,000 staff. Each year they care for more than 58,000 patients in the emergency department and around 50,000 patients are admitted to the public hospital. They also have a busy outpatient service and rural outreach service and provide more than 900,000 occasions of non-admitted patient care each year.
The hospital is affiliated with various Universities and premier medical teaching facilities which enables staff to provide excellence in healthcare in conjunction with their commitment to quality clinical teaching and leading medical research.
The hospital is situated within a very large hospital campus (the public and private Prince of Wales, the Royal Hospital for Women, the Children’s Hospital and the Nelune Centre) with several entrances from different streets so it is easy to feel a little overwhelmed.
Head to Barker St to access the two Prince of Wales hospitals with more ease. Light Rail construction is currently disrupting public transport access and parking arrangements. Plan your trip to the Hospital using the interactive light rail map or visiting the live traffic website. Sydney Lodges has a range of accommodation options within easy walking distance to the hospital campus.
We welcome many guests who are hospital patients as well as their families and carers. Some are heading to Sydney for a specialist appointment, surgery, treatment or even to have a baby! Other guests might be visiting a family member who is in hospital. Our Randwick properties will offer you comfort and proximity to help ease a bit the stress and worries that can be associated with an illness or diagnose.
We offer a SPECIAL 12% DISCOUNT on our best flexible rate to guests coming to Potts Point or Randwick for health purposes. Visit this link here for more information.