According to NSW Health, the man is the 21st person in NSW to have been diagnosed with the highly-contagious disease since Christmas.
The woman also stayed at the Langham Hotel on Kent St in Sydney last month.
Their proponents are known as anti-vaxxers are always arguing about the fact that certain vaccines such are the preventive ones for mumps, measles, and rubella or MMR can cause autism.
Macquarie Shopping Centre (February 26 and March 2), My Health Macquarie (March 1 and 2) and the Northern Beaches Hospital (March 3) are among the places the infant visited while infectious. "People who have had one dose of MMR in the past and people who have had a single measles vaccine are therefore considered to have a good level of protection".
Preventive injections can be given to highly-susceptible people up to six days after exposure to measles. If you think you have the measles, it's important to call before visiting your doctor to avoid you spreading the virus in the waiting room.
The first symptoms of measles include, dry cough, runny nose and headache.
Outbreaks of measles in popular tourist destinations, particularly the Philippines, means the risk for measles being imported into Australia remains high.
Dr. Theresa Tam, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada, has released a statement regarding the measles outbreak and vaccine misinformation. Some parents may question, hesitate or delay vaccinating their children for a variety of reasons, but they all want to protect their children from harm.
Drug-buying agency Pharmac said national stocks of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine were at "normal" levels for this time of year.
Measles is one of the most contagious diseases and can spread to others four days before and four days after the appearance of a rash.
The Canterbury District Health Board says it has to prioritise the most vulnerable.
But the agency estimated that less than a tenth of the cases are reported to health authorities, and that the real number in 2018 exceeded two million.