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Settled in the accom needed food. Asking 4 lovelyhelpful police officers. Hotel suggested. Short walk under tunnel. Old hotel checking out the menu over a schooner $6 went for the 300g special with chips and salad bestest chips. $10 nighty specials. Cheers Peter Beachy
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
I visit Sydney three or four times a year and I have wanted to stay here for quite some time. It is a bit cheaper than mainstream hotels, it gets reasonable reviews and it is always fully booked. Normally I would not be too critical...More
We were looking to book a hotel central to the Opera House and other places we planned to visit, while keeping the cost down. The Royal Exhibition filled that bill.
Convenient central location
Very helpful, gracious staff
New towels & bedspread
We checked into this hotel early in the morning due to an early arrival in Sydney. Fortunately our room was available to move into right away.
The staff were very helpful. The room was quiet. We found this out when went to toilet at 3am...More
US$96 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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