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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.
"A Modern Catholic Church in the Sydney Business District"
reviewed 31 January 2017 by VW49
We were delighted to discover this church so close to our hotel. After so much sightseeing, it gave us a nice, quiet location for spiritual reflection. The modern design was quite unusual and beautiful. The gift shop also offered very nice religious items.
"Best value tourist activity we’ve done - and best way to start a day in Sydney!"
reviewed 19 March 2014 by Brenda W
We (2 of us) took a customised run and loved it. Husband doesn’t like to run but enjoyed this! We emailed last minute to make a booking and dealt directly with the owner who was very helpful and picked us up from the hotel which was a blessing as we were weren’t familiar with the city being our first visit....
Went to Break the Code between Christmas and New Year after a tip from a friend. What can I say? An awesome experience. We were a little nervous about the whole thing but the staff were very welcoming and explained everything in great detail. We played the Avatar room and although didn't complete in it in time, had great fun...
"A new sensation (dimension). Awesome game session!"
reviewed 3 days ago by alliemli
Absolutely loving the virtual reality games at VR Corner. Highly attentive staff with great flexibility to best support customer for the best VR experience. Thank you team! Can't wait to go back and play more!
Very busy, very basic, very noisy, very warm and not the place for a relaxed evening out but if you want a great curry and fantastic roti in a mad vibrant atmosphere at very reasonable prices then this is the place.
Love it or hate it. I loved it!
BYO so don’t forget your beers!
"Cool concept for ice cream but kind of a gimmick"
reviewed 3 days ago by JimmyD113
I’ve been here twice, first in 2015 (when it was relatively new) and now again in January 2018.
The N2 in the name is supposed to be the molecular form of nitrogen gas, which is appropriate as the ice cream is made using cream in a kitchen aid and then rapidly cooled with liquid nitrogen to create ice cream quickly....
Service was efficient and food was great. We ordered fried rice and hor fun which were great.
The smell from basement was bearable and could be from surrounding plumbing and not from their toilet. May be some air carbon filter could help to alleviate the smell.
I visited with my wife and 8 year old son and stayed for a night. Our stay was pleasant. The hotel team provided very good service and made our stay enjoyable. The Front office team had a good attitude and were keen to assist any requirements.
Great place to spend a couple of nights if you want to explore the city. Located close to Central Station and plenty to walk to from there. Rooms were comfortable, clean and well fitted out. The Staff were helpful and served excellent coffee. Definitely worth a visit!
We chose this location as it was close to the train station, a 10 minute walk and walking distance to other family friendly ventures such as Paddy's markets and the children's playground at darling harbour. The room was accommodating with two queen beds for our family although the bathroom was rather tiny. The pool and spa was a hit with...
I was only in Sydney for one night & I wasn’t going to be spending much time in the room so I didn’t want to spend big money on somewhere to sleep. I was going to the ballet & this hotel was perfectly located basically across the road from the theatre. Quality is reflected in the price of the room....
the hotel is very close to china town and to entertainment sector.
very quite end of the gorge street. straight opposite central station and railway square...for buses.
very economical as well. overall great value.