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Tiger-flanked archways on Dixon Street mark the entrance to the “little Asia” of Sydney. A walk through Chinatown is a feast for the senses where aromas, tastes, sounds and visions of dancing tigers transport you to a different world. Chinatown visitors can expect a melting pot of Asian food at the neighbourhood's specialty delis and groceries. From yum cha to handmade noodles, BBQ ducks hanging in the window to Asian sweets and bakeries, there is something for all tastes. Paddy’s Markets is the largest flea market in Sydney where you can find souvenirs, clothing, gifts and fruit and vegetables at unbeatable prices. At night, Chinatown comes alive with entertainment including theatre, nightclubs and bars that are open until the early morning.
"A Modern Catholic Church in the Sydney Business District"
reviewed 31 January 2017 by VW49
We were delighted to discover this church so close to our hotel. After so much sightseeing, it gave us a nice, quiet location for spiritual reflection. The modern design was quite unusual and beautiful. The gift shop also offered very nice religious items.
"Best value tourist activity we’ve done - and best way to start a day in Sydney!"
reviewed 19 March 2014 by Brenda W
We (2 of us) took a customised run and loved it. Husband doesn’t like to run but enjoyed this! We emailed last minute to make a booking and dealt directly with the owner who was very helpful and picked us up from the hotel which was a blessing as we were weren’t familiar with the city being our first visit....
I went to BTC with a friend and played the Da Vinci game. This is by far my favorite escape room game I have ever played. The puzzles were challenging, inventive and followed a great story line.
The staff they hire are super friendly, helpful and polite.
Would highly recommend for anyone!
This place was so busy but the food is amazing my boyfriend and I had a wonderful time as my boyfriend enjoys spicy food but I can’t take it as much. But the service was good and the time the food came was quick as well
It is eerie to watch gelato being made amidst the haze and fog of nitrogen or dry ice (I never figured out which). My husband had the creme brûlée and was so impressed when they flamed the top just like real creme brûlée. I would stand in line to get gelato at N2. Try it, you’ll like it !
Great little restaurant easy to miss though. Short distance from Hay street.
Reasonable prices and good size portion of food. Tried the Roti Cani Rendang on the menu it had three chilli symbols so I thought it would be hot, disappointed in the heat level had to ask for extra chilli. I'll go again and try the delicious looking Laksa.
"Great location but rooms on Liverpool st were very noisey. Great breakfast."
reviewed 4 days ago by 820linaw
There was this couple, man came with huge back pack and lady with a hand bag and a empty gym bag. When she walked out, her gym bag was half full. She was keep stuffing her bag with all the food. They were getting plates full of bread rolls, ham, etc end up with so many plates on the table...
Great hotel with a great feel. Bed was soft and comfortable but, was only double size despite booking a queen room, likely due to our ‘upgrade’ to a triple room. Awesome location however ensure you park in their car park as other lots are expensive.
The hotel is near paddy's market. Convenient to travel around the city. Near tram station and central train station. Room cleanliness is average. Breakfast has limited variety. Same menu for the 5 days.
Stayed 3 nights here at the end of a cruise .we really enjoyed it !!!
Don't be put off by the austere entrance/ exit .. It's a bit old and quirky but perfect for a short stay . Staff are friendly and helpful .. Room was clean and spacious ( far superior to the Tokyo equivalent )...internet worked well and...
Overall good experience and nice room upgrade presented to us on arrival. Some minor maintenance and attention to fine detail presentation issues in room. Staff, once advised of issues advised that they would be attended to immediately pleasant experience.