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This hotel is in the ideal location for a stay in Sydney, it is right opposite the central train station were you can catch a train to anywhere in and around Sydney and possibly anywhere in Australia, very easy to get to and from the...More
Lovely atmosphere. Great pub food. All in our group seemed to like their meals. My wife's and mine (burgers) were wonderful. Nice decor and reasonable prices too. Bistro tucked away and quaint. Didn't wait too long for meals either, and the plate was busy.
Conveniently located across the road from the western exit of the Southern Concourse of Central. Charming room very helpful staff. Double glazing. Big roof top beer garden. It is a bit noisy but it is a pub the position is on the edge of trendy...More
Pros: - The room is well equipped with amenities. Air conditioning, TV, mini fridge, Tea and coffee facilities and a comfy bed.
- Location. Literally across the road from the hotel is central station which is your gateway to bondi, circular quay etc.
What a find in this suburb with lots of Pubs. Met up with family and sat upstairs, very spacious. It was a warm summers night but the fans kept us cool. There was a nice variety of hot and cold dishes, great beer
US$100 - US$151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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