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First impressions ... not too bad. Loved the old decor. Very friendly at reception.
The room ... clean enough but just way too small. A queen bed that took up a good chunk of the room. Had my hubby been with me, it would have...More
The hotel is in good location. China Town right behind it. Restaurants & ATMs, only meters away.
The room is small but clean. There is a safety box in the room with key (?) & we couldn't find the key anywhere in the room &...More
Room was spacious enough. Staff at desk were a bit unfriendly. Wifi is expensive. Upon check in, we were told that our room wouldn't be cleaned during our stay but we could request toiletries if required. Location is good (right opposite train station) and price...More
Older hotel but we love historic buildings. Decor is a bit tired but rooms are clean- location makes up for it. A hop skip and a jump to Paddy's market (open sun-weds), Chinatown and Market City. We had a room at back of motel which...More
Stayed here for 5 days checking out this morning. The hotel is heritage listed, so it's fairly old and has a lot of character. Our room was very small, just enough to fit two single beds with shower and toilet but the room was clean....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.