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We stayed for three nights at this hotel as part of a longer trip to Australia organised by Mercury Holidays in the U.K. It is indeed a quirky but lovely hotel. It is situated in the expensive suburb of Double Bay - our Australian friends...More
The Savoy Double Bay Hotel is situated outside the centre of Sydney but with the excellent transport system you can easily get into the centre of Sydney. Just a word of warning the walk to the station is up a hill which maybe of concern...More
Double Bay is a great place to stay outside the central city area. This is a lovely little hotel that has potential, but needs to do the basics better. Credit should be given to the owners for offering reasonable prices in this area. We had...More
We were visiting our family in Woollahara. Double bay is a lovely and a very convenient place to stay. The Savoy is in the centre of Double Bay with easy access to buses and the ferry. The train station is an uphill walk which we...More
Situated in the heart of double bay amongst cafes pubs and club The royal oak hotel is a great place for lunch dinner and drinks along with the 18 ft skiff club which is situated out over the water where the water ferries pull in....More
$109 - $170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Located in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, Double Bay is a one of the city's most beautiful harbor neighborhoods. Designer boutiques provide a decadent shopping experience and dress some of the most beautiful people in Sydney. Sit down at one of the open air cafes for a latte or a meal and enjoy the people-watching. Double Bay was once an exclusive enclave for an older, elite population, but new restaurants, late night bars,
hotels and cafés are attracting a younger, vibrant mix, making Double Bay the place to be on the harbor.
Hi Alma, yes it is. cannot remember the room numbers but they are on level three of the hotel. There are also some rooms that face Knox Lane which runs at the rear of the hotel and they have a smaller terrace but the rooms... More
Hi Alma, yes it is. cannot remember the room numbers but they are on level three of the hotel. There are also some rooms that face Knox Lane which runs at the rear of the hotel and they have a smaller terrace but the rooms are larger. There is a great pub across the road about 50m away and some great restaurants. I go to Sydney every couple of months for work, sometimes with my wife and sometimes on my own and found the Savoy last year after about 12 years of staying in different hotels largely in the CBD and Darling Harbour. Now I only ever stay at The Savoy and it is not down to value for money as I do not foot the bill but because the hotel is friendly and Double Bay is just so well located. Hope you have a wonderful wedding anniversary. Cheers. David
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