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First time I stayed in this hotel.
Best location, not far from the train station and the Westfield shopping center ,5 minutes walk.
Old looking hotel outside but beautiful when you walk in. Reception was very nice and helpful. Free wifi. I love the room...More
Stayed 6 nights in a room that had stale smoke smell. I believe all the rooms have balconies and previous guests obviously smoke outside with the door open...anyway, reception staff were friendly. The room had a few things broken and the shower was over the...More
Felt like we stepped back in time, the old school style of this place makes it relaxing.
Trees an birds eating out of your hand is something hard to find in a city precinct, walking distance to shopping an transport we loved it
I went to Sydney to visit friends and could not find any hotel that cheaper than this one on the northersydney. its very good value for the room I stayed. it was clean and big enough for me and my daughter. it s great that...More
I was there last month in an explorer room. room was very well appointed with safe, hairdry, tea and coffee, fridge and microwave. as well as being airconditon there was ceiling fan. Love the outdoor balcony and the homely feel of the hotel. also the...More
well i am certainly wondering if she confused Charrington with another inn altogether... i checked today - ALL rooms have windows and near all have balconies. no 'basement' exists. hotel management told me they offered to... More
well i am certainly wondering if she confused Charrington with another inn altogether... i checked today - ALL rooms have windows and near all have balconies. no 'basement' exists. hotel management told me they offered to provide fresh milk every day but that she wanted soya milk. i would say that is way above and beyond your average guest house or boutique hotel ... try the $400/night Sebel next time Margaret T - i bet they won't have soy milk delivered every day either.
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"the room was quiet, and there was a balcony where my "smoking" daughter spent some of her time."