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Only stay one night. It was perfect only a short walk to the train station we come from Newcastle and had a early international flight the next day. Right price right location. Need to book early to get the cheap rates
This pub is fantastic. Its across the road from Central Station, has a bistro with cheap and tasty meals, and he rooms are spotless with lovely dark wood old furniture. I will definately be making another stay there soon.
Royal Exhibition Hotel is a budget hotel located bang opposite the Southern Concourse of Sydney Central Station. So travelling from / to airport or anywhere else in Sydney is very easy.
Rooms are spacious and reasonably well furnished. Bathroom looked newly renovated and modern.
Great old school Sydney Pub - fantastic location for transport with Central station directly across the road.
Good size clean rooms -Great value for money.
Good variety of restaurants and other pubs nearby.
We stayed here for a night and found the place to be quite convenient. It is a few meters away from the train station and has has pretty good food and drinks at the bar below. You check in at the bar, since there is...More
US$95 - US$141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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