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Changing liquor laws are remodeling "The Cross," Sydney's red light district. These new rules have encouraged trendy cafes and boutiques to pop-up in the area, as well as organic markets on Saturdays. The area's nightclubs are still popular with youngsters, however, who will dance to the early morning hours on weekend nights. There are plenty of artifacts from Kings Cross' shady past when gangsters and liquor houses owned the place. Today, one can still find a variety of adult entertainment venues in this evolving area.
Maurice Bernard Houghton was well liked in Kings Cross. Everybody knew him. He gave lots of charitable donations to King's Cross, helping the needy.
This guy was a gentleman. He loved waving at people. He loved the people of King’s Cross. He tried to help those in need, always with a smile.
I like that. I wish everyone would be...
I happened to be staying at a place around the corner and booked a 60 min Thai massage. Disappointing but not uncommon, that there is a $30 price difference $60 - $90 between a traditional Thai massage (no oil) vs a Thai oil massage.
I arrived just on time to find the front door locked, shortly after. A lady arrived...
I went on Destinys weird Sydney tour at the rocks and all I can say is it is the biggest waste of money!!!The staff were so unprofessional.The driver spent the entire time on his phone selling his truck and nearly caused an accident.I contacted Allen the owner for a refund and he refused.Save your money.It's a scam.Corrie
This is one of the better bars in the area, we thought about coming several times before we actually did, we we'd come sooner now. Great staff and a good selection of drinks.
Just near the big Coca cola sign.
I'll be back.
Love coming back to the Larmont whenever possible, the staff are amazing and the location is just great, views either harbour views or city views, they are all interesting and make such a difference from being in the CBD looking at other buildings. Also the area is unique with great restaurants and BARs close by
I stayed here for four nights and enjoyed my time. It was really cool knowing I was staying in close proximity to where Harry Hole landed in Joe Nesbo's The Bat. So cool.
Room was fairly basic but pleasant enough. It's an old hotel and is no frills but it is close to all the cafes, bars and restaurants in...
"Perfect holiday stay, fully-equipped studio apartment (heavenly if travelling with a kid"
reviewed 29 August 2018 by Inspiration778123
The studio is very well-equipped with a full size refrigerator, TV, oven with 4 cook-tops, basic cooking vessels, microwave, cutlery, washing machine & dryer, detergent and dish-washing liquid with sponge, kitchen cloth, tea towel. Cupboards are good, they have an iron and iron-table as well. One can easily get basic stuff for kids like milk, eggs, etc from the Coles...
Room was good tidy clean a little bit old fashion but acceptable
good staff. Excellence abounds in this hotel.The staff is very nice and very helpful, the location is very lively at night and we never got bored walking in the hotel area!
Second visit for lunch. Has a very nice bar for a drink , relaxing and pleasant music , not loud so could have a conversation. Has a typical Bar Food Menu, one gets in most pubs in Sydney and same price , much better though, good presentation, quick service and we a very nice attentive barperson on 17/10/ 2016 at...