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If you're looking for some decent accommodation in a real pub in a real part of Sydney then stay at The Shakey. It's just up Devonshire Street from Central Station which made it the perfect location for my night out on the town from King's...More
Popped in on the way to AFL, lovely old school pub. Cheap prices for a drink and great atmosphere despite us in our team colours 😀welcoming publican who made us feel comfortable while there. Well done on keeping some old world feel.
Stayed here on a Saturday night....what a great pub! Happy hour was great and meals really good and value for money. The room itself was large, and decorated like we were in shaespearian times with gaudy colours, wallpaper and chandeleir! Bed was super comfy and...More
The Shakespeare Hotel is not for everyone (what is?) but it perfectly fitted what I wanted.
I was traveling alone and wanted to get to know old Sydney, and get in touch with Aussie life, and was planning this as an economy trip.
We were in Sydney for the Mardi Gras and chose this hotel for its proximity to the parade route. The hotel is about 10 minutes walk or less to Central Station, but located on relatively quiet suburban street, away from the hustle of central Sydney....More
US$75 - US$95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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