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Looking at a couple of the bad reviews I'm wondering if those reviewers actually stayed in the same City Crown Motel as us. We have stayed in this motel on numerous occasions when my partner has been receiving treatment at St Vincent's Private Hospital in...More
Stayed here once and would stay again. Good location, quite central and close to Oxford Street and the CBD. Alot of cafes and shops within walking distance. The room was clean and the bathroom was spacious. The lady at the reception was odd but lovely...More
Stayed here over Easter. Location great reception friendly although was told on arrival I would struggle to find anything open around the motel over the Easter break..not true heaps of places open just not their cafe room nine. When room nine did open coffee was...More
Sydney is an expensive city. It's hard to find accommodation for two, bathroom included, for a little over 100$. This is what Crown Motel offers, but don't expect any luxuries. The rooms are clean, but worn-up already and rather small. Internet is free, although you...More
Very clean and relatively quiet budget motel. Staff are lovely and helpful. Free DVDs, A/C. We got 2 queen beds for the price of one - bed on the left was a dream (room 33). Shower squirted mostly everywhere but down, enough to do the...More
Once regarded as the traditional fashion area, Surry Hills has broadened its appeal. This neighbourhood continues to distinguish itself as a shopping destination, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands and flagship stores in the city. Today, this area has evolved into a hub of media, design and professional services - a colourful and diverse place equally known for its
antique dealers, art galleries, cafes and pubs. Strolling down the street on a Saturday morning, you’ll see a mix of students, artists, hipsters and a few all-nighters from Oxford Street, the “Gay Capital of Sydney”. In this vibrant neighbourhood you will find bohemian chic and modern style co-existing side by side.