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It´s perfect place for enjoy with friends. The hotel is located in the best famous street in Balmain. This place is close for everything, transports, supermarkets, a lot of stores and boutiques. Easy to go and back.
I stayed here for a week ($300) and it was honestly an awful experience. Cockroaches, spiders you name it. The room I was given wasn't even clean (Looked like a prostitues den) and it was quite obvious the manager didn't care, he just wanted the...More
A few years back when it was a bit newer this was an acceptable budget choice. The best room is/was the one above the Wok on Inn takeaway. The rest of the place felt like a stale Uni hall of residence.
That was a few...More
Stayed at Balmain Lodge for a few days, had planned to stay there for much longer but couldn't handle the conditions and I have stayed in some terrible places around the world and this would be the worst. It looked like there was faeces on...More
I stayed in the exact same room (no. 19) as the reviewer above (who stayed there July 2008). I can tell this by the photos he left.
I paid $85 a night. The room was not clean. it stank of rancid oil or grease and...More
US$48 - US$66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Take the ferry to the inner west suburb of Balmain and be enchanted with this picturesque and eclectic waterside area. A stroll down Darling Street will take you on a tour of coffee shops, boutique delicatessens and shops offering wholefood products and organic cuisines. Yoga studios abound, and live music emanates from the hotels at night. As the place where the Australian Labor Party formed in 1891, Balmain has
commonly been known for its “working class culture”. It has evolved into a health-conscious heaven with a laid back attitude, offering one of the most vibrant food and bar scenes in Sydney.