Handy location to all Sydney's public transport. One block from Central station. We parked in a station around the corner and they stamped our ticket for a discount. They upgraded us on arrival without us asking for it. The room was large and comfortable. The staff were happy and helpful. There is a pub in the hotel for a quick drink before touring the city. The best spot for movies, theatre, Chinatown, nightlife and people watching.
My sister and I stayed a night to see a concert. We payed bargain basement price and it served our needs beautifully.
The room was small but clean and tidy with all amenities we required. The bed linen was very clean and crisp(5*****) My only negative comment is the shower recess could use a little more domestos and elbow grease.
Staff were very courteous and luggage hold facilities were very much appreciated. Will come back for sure if price is reasonable!!
Look no further than the Great Southern if you want an economical stay in a fantastic location. We were a walk away from Chinatown, Paddy's Market, Darling Harbour, Central Station and St Peter Julian's Catholic Church!
The rooms were clean, quiet and the staff at reception were friendly and accommodating. We look forward to our next visit!
Overall great hotel, I got unlucky and my room was in front of 2 rooms that were under construction. So I got the smell of fresh paint for several days, the drilling noise, and always workers in front of room. plus they left a mess in the corridor.
Otherwise, good, but they charge you for internet, and the gym facilities. the breakfast is expensive and tasteless
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1.55 km / 0.96 miles from Sydney City
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The monument was erected in 1934 to honour the Anzacs, soldiers of the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps, who served in World War I. The art-deco dome is dotted with exactly 120,000 stars—one for every person from New South Wales who served. The pines that grow at the southwest entry gate were planted from seeds harvested at Gallipoli. There’s a museum on site, as well as a lovely Rayner Hoff sculpture entitled ‘Sacrifice’.
As Sydney’s largest park, Centennial covers 189 hectares with plenty of activities and wide-open spaces. The park has drawn both locals and visitors since its completion in 1888. There are wide, Victorian avenues for walking or jogging, horseback riding trails, ponds, statues, an outdoor theatre for summer concerts and the Royal Randwick Racecourse. The adjoining Queens Park lies at Centennial’s eastern edge and extends the space an additional 26 hectares.
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