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Went online looking for last minute budget accommodation near the city and came across the Woolbrokers Hotel. We were thoroughly surprised at how clean and spacious the room was, for the cheap price we paid. Bathroom amenities were provided and we slept comfortably. Breakfast food...More
Not a newbie to the woolbrokers, stayed here many a time.
Its an awesome location, so close to everything. Its not the Ritz, but its full of history, & character.
Its a bloody fantastic price, even the price of parking across the road is sensational....More
Arrived on a Friday evening, 3 adults and 6 kids. There was a mix up on our first night with someone else being given a key to our room, and a bit of a rude awakening at 10:30 pm when a stranger entered the room!...More
Good location closed to darling harbour. You can have 500 mo wifi for free. Common bathroom and toilets but very clean. Nice room with sink and fridge but don't choose a street side room (a lot of noise). Friendly staff, they can book airport shuttle...More
I expected this to be an old-fashioned sort of place but it is in fact a hostel. No bar. Still, the room was pretty good, shared toilets and showers perfectly OK, butperhapsa bit expensive for what it was.
Response from MadameChocolat678 | Reviewed this property |
No, they haven't. But there is a tram service near the hotel that can easily connect you from and to the airport, and to other parts of the city as well,so it will be useful during your stay in Sydney. You must buy the Opal... More
No, they haven't. But there is a tram service near the hotel that can easily connect you from and to the airport, and to other parts of the city as well,so it will be useful during your stay in Sydney. You must buy the Opal card at the airport (which is like the milky in Melbs), and charge it, then ask to the employee where you have to take the tram for the city. You'll arrive at central station and then you'll take another tram to reach the tram stop near the hotel. I don't remember the name exactly but is next to a huge car parking. Enter in it, go up to the 4th floor, then exit, cross the street and turn right, then take the first on the left and you'll finally reach the hotel :)