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Hidden gem - great meals, friendly staff, pokies/tab, located opposite central station, new light rail (to randwick)passes front door.
Quality rooms,free wifi,room safe,tv,
Small fridge,dbl glazed windows - to
Keep out the noise.
Hotel approx 3 1/2 stars but rooms overpriced, worth 2/3 of asking...More
Booked here as it was close to the station and didn't want to drag cases too far. Rooms are big, with everything you need including a fridge. Quirky ? I don't know the last time I stayed somewhere with sheets rather than a duvet ?...More
The check in was done by the bar man mid to late 20s dark hair nice guy explained everything well,the keys,lift,side entrance etc. However the rooms are old like the hotel the picture rail in our room had half an inch of dust (not joking)...More
Very clean and comfortable rooms. Staff were extremely helpful. Meals/drinks on site made it easy to stay. Right across the road from Central Station which was very helpful. Would certainly stay there again
Stayed for 6 days at the Royal Exhibition Hotel. Virtually just opposite the South Concourse of Central Railway Station so made it so easy to access the train network. The second level room was comfortable with a lovely bed. Shower excellent. The bistro produces an...More
US$97 - US$143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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