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I recently had an overnight stay at the Great Southern Hotel which is on George St Central and backs onto Thomas St in China town so it’s in a great location – and only about 2 blocks from Central railway station. It’s an older style...More
We were a group of 6 adults over 4 rooms for a night. We found that our rooms were very small. My husband and I could hardly move around in the room we were allocated. The room facilities were basic and mostly OK. Our rooms...More
Good quite room, lovely bigbec. Room always cleaned well, apart from dust on top of curtains which hadbeen there for a while. Bathroom always cleaned well. Breakfast good. If you wanted wifi there was a charge but free in the bar.
A very good place to start your Sydney adventure. Close to Central Railway, China Town, Darling Harbour, Universities & transport. Stayed there years ago & it was not the best I must say. This time it was a very pleasant surprise. Neat, tidy, friendly &...More
I would have ranked this hotel 4 stars based on value for money. However it lost one star immediately I was told that I would have to pay $22 per day for internet access. Are hotels still charging for internet? It is a necessity not...More
Tiger-flanked archways on Dixon Street mark the entrance to the “little Asia” of Sydney. A walk through Chinatown is a feast for the senses where aromas, tastes, sounds and visions of dancing tigers transport you to a different world. Chinatown visitors can expect a melting pot of Asian food at the neighbourhood's specialty delis and groceries. From yum cha to handmade noodles, BBQ ducks hanging in the
window to Asian sweets and bakeries, there is something for all tastes. Paddy’s Markets is the largest flea market in Sydney where you can find souvenirs, clothing, gifts and fruit and vegetables at unbeatable prices. At night, Chinatown comes alive with entertainment including theatre, nightclubs and bars that are open until the early morning.