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This is a small hotel with a bar and restaurant, the bar is very much a drinking pub and quite dark and well used. Meals that were served were very good and large portions came hot and did not have to wait long. Reasonable prices.
Large renovated room. Very sound proof. Could not hear anything from the street or pub downstairs. Breakfast was simple, but perfect to start the day.
We didnt arrive until 9pm, and the staff were great in checking us in and sorted downstairs with a drink....More
Our first room was lovely but the sliding door to the bathroom was broken so they changed us to another room immediately. The second room was just as nice but had a faulty flashing light over the bed which wasn't fixed while we were there...More
Large room totally quiet thanks to thick windows glass. Issue is the service. Cleaning is done by Asian students, who have no clue on how to clean a room and make a bed. Self-service Breakfast is minimum but sufficient. The rooms are being handled by...More
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We stayed at the Crown for a week with one night away in the Blue Mountains. They kindly stored our luggage for us whilst we were away. This hotel is over a bar/gambling venue but in no way is that a problem. You have your...More
$132 - $186 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#93 Luxury Hotel in Sydney
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