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Our first visit to Sydney and the Royal Exhibition proved a good budget place to stay for three nights. You are check in in the bar area and are expected to pay in full for your stay on arrival. We were a bit surprised when...More
We love going to the Royal for lunch with the family or even staying the night. The staff are friendly and very helpful.
The rooms are clean and bathroom is updated, beds are comfortable.
If you are looking for a good basic accommodation in the...More
Close to Central and handy if you come by train and have an early morning departure at the airport as is very close to the airport line. Room itself was big and roomy. Two queen beds and double glazed windows. Four windows as a corner...More
Spent 3 nights here and had very little to fault on this place. It is above a pub but you don't hear any noise at all. Great location literally across the road from central station, or an easy 15-20 minute walk to Darling Harbour/Oxford St/CBD....More
Room not cleaned to previous standards. Repairs and maintenance being neglected.
Good location but current light rail construction negates that to some extent.
It is now part of a large hotel group and it has lost its appeal for me.
US$95 - US$141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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