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Visited with family and overall was happy with the hotel, from a price point of view (It was fairly cheap for Sydney) and helpful staff. It is though situated in quite a run down area of Sydney, surrounded by massage parlours and neglected buildings. The...More
Hotel is in a great location, easy access to all that Sydney has to offer.
Checking in was fine as I was arriving late I emailed the hotel prior to arrival and they told me to enter on Sussex Street.
Room was fine, clean and...More
Stains on floor, mattress and mattress protector.
I had to unplug the fridge because it buzzed all night.
The shower dripped and toilet ran on and off.
The mattresses needed replacing 10 years ago! Very uncomfortable and old.
My family and I won't be going...More
Also known as Pensione Hotel, this hotel has more than just class. Firstly, it is located in the midst of Sydney's most happening streets, pubs and malls. Inside it is a mixture of old meets new. The interiors give a good aura of an olden...More
This is an excellent hotel - do not be fooled by the size of it. Packed in a small, the hotel as all the facililties one could ask for provided you are good with the small rooms.
Safety: Adequate (Entry with a door...More
Tiger-flanked archways on Dixon Street mark the entrance to the “little Asia” of Sydney. A walk through Chinatown is a feast for the senses where aromas, tastes, sounds and visions of dancing tigers transport you to a different world. Chinatown visitors can expect a melting pot of Asian food at the neighbourhood's specialty delis and groceries. From yum cha to handmade noodles, BBQ ducks hanging in the
window to Asian sweets and bakeries, there is something for all tastes. Paddy’s Markets is the largest flea market in Sydney where you can find souvenirs, clothing, gifts and fruit and vegetables at unbeatable prices. At night, Chinatown comes alive with entertainment including theatre, nightclubs and bars that are open until the early morning.
Shuttles do run from the airport into the city. You could also catch the airport train to Central station and the hotel is a short 5 minute walk from there. The train is the cheaper option and they run frequently.