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Close to Central and handy if you come by train and have an early morning departure at the airport as is very close to the airport line. Room itself was big and roomy. Two queen beds and double glazed windows. Four windows as a corner...More
Spent 3 nights here and had very little to fault on this place. It is above a pub but you don't hear any noise at all. Great location literally across the road from central station, or an easy 15-20 minute walk to Darling Harbour/Oxford St/CBD....More
Room not cleaned to previous standards. Repairs and maintenance being neglected.
Good location but current light rail construction negates that to some extent.
It is now part of a large hotel group and it has lost its appeal for me.
Stayed here for 3 nights. Upon check in, we were shocked coz the first floor is a Bar. and we did our check in thru the cashier... hahahaha... new experience.
Also, there was a construction in the front of the hotel so our Uber driver...More
The Royal Exhibition Hotel is quirky but somewhat jaded, it needs renovation and maintenance work the pros & cons are as follows:
*Reasonable sized bathroom
*Bed although not King size was comfortable
* Good storage space
*Staff friendly & helpful
$88 - $138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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