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It is a nice pub for a drink. Can be noisy at lunch time and the main upstairs sports bar was male dominant (which did not worry me) which had a good selection of sports TVs. There is a nice quiet cosy bistro area downstairs....More
Even if this is a budget hotel (it was more like a hostel), it shouldn't be as bad as it was. We stayed on the 3rd floor without a lift, the door to the shower was broken so you had to squeeze in, we had...More
Although everything was clean, the hotel is too old. The staff though is friendly and helpful. Wifi is good too. Location is great.The room was not properly equiped, just a sad chair, simple bed and a low table. No wardrobe. The furniture seems to be...More
The Criterion isn't the classiest Pub in Sydney but the beer is cold and the food good.
What more do you want for a drop in meal?
Whilst it is an Irish themed Pub it is still a rough old Sydney Pub, which gives it...More
The previous comments say pretty much everything...not much to add...they should be ashamed...and I've stayed in Asia, Africa, L. America etc...I've been everywhere...I've stayed in better rooms for 5-10 $...they should be sued for their prices (150-200!!!!!!!!!) and the misleading pics...eg one of the pics...More
US$58 - US$118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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