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Motel is older style but it depends what you need.
Good budget motel, friendly staff and some rooms have good sized balconies overlooking the buzzing crown street.
If you want to have $$$ left after paying for Sydney accommodation for great restaurants and shops this...More
Yes the place is a little run down, However the location is fantastic!
Staff are very nice and helpful and the Cafe had great coffee.
It's not very often you get balconies in hotels these days,
It was a great space to sit and watch...More
A really nice, unpretentious room in Surry Hills. Room 9 Cafe downstairs served great simple food and perfect coffee. The room was perfect for the two of us, with a nice bed. Although slightly smallish, the generous courtyard/balcony with views of Crown street more than...More
Even though I read the mixed reviews on here we decided to stay and "give them the benefit of the doubt". Unfortunately we found it all a bit run down...the tiles in the bathroom were cracked.
Towels were pretty thin. The drain clogs with the...More
Awful, awful, awful. Rooms so small you couldn't move passed each other. Walk in "wardrobe" a pole sticking out the wall with a few coat hangers on. The TV didn't work and the sliding door didn't close properly. Entrance to the room was a concrete...More
Once regarded as the traditional fashion area, Surry Hills has broadened its appeal. This neighbourhood continues to distinguish itself as a shopping destination, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands and flagship stores in the city. Today, this area has evolved into a hub of media, design and professional services - a colourful and diverse place equally known for its
antique dealers, art galleries, cafes and pubs. Strolling down the street on a Saturday morning, you’ll see a mix of students, artists, hipsters and a few all-nighters from Oxford Street, the “Gay Capital of Sydney”. In this vibrant neighbourhood you will find bohemian chic and modern style co-existing side by side.