See why so many travellers make Royal Hotel Orange their small hotel of choice when visiting Orange. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Royal Hotel Orange offer air conditioning.
Guests of Royal Hotel Orange are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While staying at Royal Hotel Orange, visitors can check out Pinnacle Lookout (3.7 km) and Banjo Patterson Park (4.4 km), some of Orange's top attractions.
Orange has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Scrumptious on Summer, Factory Espresso, and The Agrestic Grocer, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Orange, check out one of the gardens, such as Cook Park and Orange Botanic Gardens.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Royal Hotel Orange as you experience all of the things Orange has to offer.
We went to Orange to see a show (yeah, first in a year!!) and needed a basic overnight stop and this worked perfectly. The staff were friendly and helpful at check-in and our room was on the first floor with slight views over Robertson Park. We even managed to get the last Royal Hotel parking spot behind the hotel .. big thanks to the Bistro staff for telling us about this area. The bedroom was clean, the bed comfy and the bed linen and towels were good. There were two tub chairs that had seen better days, a little table, small wardrobe with an adequate number of hangers and bar fridge which didn’t make as much noise as we feared overnight. There was a thick curtain (with fraying backing) which cut out the outside lights overnight. The bathroom, on the other hand, needs work .. tiles missing and very old (old green bath 😊) fixtures and fittings. There seemed to have been a glass shower screen at some stage now replaced by a curtain and with the shower head coming out of the side wall there wasn’t a lot of space; there was plenty of hot water and the pressure in the shower was good. It wasn’t possible to have the window open when in the shower as looked straight into the street. There was also a kettle and (yes 5* to the large mugs not small cups!) and some basic tea/coffee options with milk cartons in the fridge. As with all ‘country pub/hotel’ stays, remember to pack your own toiletries, shower cap and hairdryer. At $90 for the night it was as expected and, yes, we would stay here again for another visit to the Civic Theatre as just so close.…
There are a lot of pubs in this town - this is one of the rougher ones. Front bar does basic beers with sport on the TV and a mostly male crowd. Great location in the middle of town and service was nice enough. This place is fine for a drink but food didn't look appealing.
The steak was horrible and we were given the wrong cut. Chips, salad & gravy were inedible , cheap and clearly bulk pre made. Sterile atmosphere surrounded by tv’s showing sport, racing . The meal was truly horrible and not cooked as ordered. I loathe writing negative reviews but this place deserves it. Bar Staff / restaurant staff were friendly, food horrible.
We had the porterhouse steaks which were cooked to perfection, accompanied by chips that had been under lights and were cold and soggy and defrosted vegetables. The bar selection is limited to an uninspiring beer and wine selection
Warm, clean, basic accomodation with shared amenities. Bistro was well priced and busy. Staff are nice and friendly. Inexpensive older style overnighter. Based on price its Par for the course. Trip Advisor want 200+ characters, what can I say. It’s no Shangri La.