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I was excited to be staying in what seemed like a gastro pub inn with the name of my home city. Reviews gave it 3.5 out of 5 on ebookers. More like 1 out of five. Rats in the bar. Back alley entrance to room...More
Travelling alone to Sydney for an Event being held at the nearby Convention Centre, I stayed here for 4 nights over the weekend just gone. This place was perfect. To add I felt safe here.
Firstly, the staff are awesome, especially the lady (I did...More
I wrote the hotel several times before my stay requesting a late check-in. After 3 emails over 2 months, I finally got a response that they'd be ready for me. Orbitz also confirmed they'd notified the hotel. When i got there, they weren't ready and...More
We had a 2 night stay. Room was comfortable but basic and a little run down. Location was ideal for us. Staff were very pleasant and the evening meal we had was excellent.There was no lift to the accommodation and we found the stairs quite...More
excellent basic facilities bedding and ensuite, not usual in a pub (normally shared) and breakfast was included, help yourself in the hall way with all you could want. great quiet location on the doorstep of the city. It is a pub so its old (loved...More
You could get a cab from the airport for about $40-50. Or you could consider a train to 'Central' station and then walk or take a cab.
Otherwise, most shuttle services in Sydney are reliable and will get you there.
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"Our room was located upstairs facing an intersection. A room to the rear of the property would not be as..."