Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Auburn, The Rising Sun Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, The Rising Sun Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Auburn.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning.
While in Auburn be sure to experience local tempura favourites at Terroir Auburn.
If you are interested in exploring Auburn, check out Art at Auburn (0.0 mi), which is a short walk from The Rising Sun Hotel.
The Rising Sun Hotel is sure to make your visit to Auburn one worth remembering.
This was such an amazing meal to have. The menu has changed or upgraded. We had the risotto mushrooms, kangaroo with beetroot walnut and goats cheese we added a vegetable side. As you can see with the photos the presentation and flavours are amazing. You will enjoy
Stayed one night in room in main building. Food was ok and staff friendly and helpful. Room worse than the photo suggests. Ensuite with no door (ie a converted normal small room), saggy double bed and dirty cutlery with the in room DIY breakfast. Hot water took over 5 minutes to arrive. Bathroom signage interesting. Cost $100. Would not recommend.
We stayed two nights in the Executive Muse room, and ate twice at the hotel. Food and service in the restaurant were wonderful, faultless really. The young lady assisting us should be given a raise, she was so friendly and hard working. The mushroom arrancini balls, seafood curry and marinated prawns were beautifully cooked with subtle flavours, the chef definitely knows what he/she is doing. I wish we’d loved the room as much. Understanding that this is a hotel, I’d asked for a quiet room, but unfortunately it was probably the noisiest room I’ve stayed in in over 10 years. I didn’t realise that there is only one of these room types, and it fronted directly onto the main road, so there was constant traffic noise from 6am till 10pm. Then trucks thundering by every few minutes at all hours. My earplugs didn’t quite cut it. The saggy bed and flat pillows didn’t help either. The room aesthetic was I guess colonial, but it was a bit more shabby than chic. Cute on entry, but could definitely do with a bit of $ invested to bring it up to today’s standards. And no wifi was also a bit of a bummer. It was clean though, and we did enjoy the fireplace, complimentary port (yummy) and continental breakfast. Would definitely recommend the hotel, just not the Executive room.…
Meals were fantastic and large serves. Reasonable wait from order time to receiving food but this was well worth the wait. 2 Coeliacs with us. Huge selection for them, dedicated fryer, freshly crumbed GF schnitzels.
Everything you would expect from a country hotel. I got the steak which just fell apart and the mash was amazing. My partner had the salmon and thought it was great. The service was great as well and the owners came over for a chat.