Leisure Inn Sydney Central

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

28 - 30 Regent St, (formerly Central Regent Hotel), Sydney, 2000, Australia
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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
12%
19
Very Good
38%
60
Average
33%
51
Poor
12%
19
Terrible
3%
5

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families61
  • Couples64
  • Solo51
  • Business56

More about Leisure Inn Sydney Central

Central Regent Hotel

by stedeb

We booked a triple room costing $99 it was great value very clean & new. It is actually an old youth hostel been renovated the only problem was the elevator was broken and we had to walk up 3 flights of stairs hence the budget price. The room contained an ensuite bathroom, very comfortable beds with white crisp sheets extra blankets in the wardrobe, tea & coffee making facilities, small fridge, tv with cable tv and air con/heating that kept the room very comfortable. The staff were helpful and friendly. There is no restaurant on the premsise but there is a small cafe next door that serves ok breakfast a cooked was $8 egg, bacon, sausage, toast, extremely good coffee or tea, they have other options. The hotel is situated way up George St almost across from the University of Technology so if you don't like walking or using the local buses forget it it is a good 20 min walk even to Chinatown. It is a short walk to Central Train staion there are slos plenty of takeaway a few minutes walk ie McDonlads, KFC, Subway. We enjoyed our stay here the hotel was very quiet even though our rooms wa slocated right next to the stairs we rarely heard anyone else, even the street noise was George St was not audible within the room. We were very happy with our stay here and would certainly consider staying again.

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Forum Posts

Wicked

by celtic10

Hi I'm visiting Sydney and heard that at times there is a ballot for Wicked Tickets at Capitol Theatre or you can buy cheap tickets a couple of hours before the performance, does anyone have any information. Think we've done most tourist attractions, thinking of getting the train up to the blue mountains and then the shuttle bus around any ideas other than that.
Cheers

Re: Wicked

by FleurFox

Hi, I would go to the Capital Theatre's box office and ask because there is only a couple of weeks left, I think they are doing a special anyway.
I loved it, I hope you do to :-)

Re: Wicked

by nattybabe

In Melbourne they said to be there by 5pm, put your name in and they draw it out shortly after. Both my sisters did that (seperately). I think it's $5 or $10 to enter.

Re: Wicked

by nattybabe

OK - off their facebook page:

Hey WICKED fans! WICKED will begin their ticket ballot this Sunday 13 September! A limited number of $30 tickets are available for each performance from the Capitol Theatre Ticketmaster Box Office. Limit of 2 tickets per person, cash only. 2 1/2 hours prior to each performance, names will be collected. 2 hours prior to each performance, names will be drawn.

Travel Tips for Sydney

We found a pub with the most...

by richiecdisc

We found a pub with the most English of decors and atmosphere that brewed their own great ales. They also made a damper, a traditional Australian bread baked on an open fire while camping. We had it elsewhere on the trip but this was the best one. They served it with their ploughman’s plate, an English tradition of bread, cheese, and pickle. It seemed like the perfect blend of the two cultures that I had initially envisioned Australia to be. This is what had disappointed me initially. I had thought that Australia would be a tropical version of England but found as many similarities to the States as merry olde. But here in this one place, it seemed to come together a bit and with the history we read in the museums, I drifted into a part of Australia that only existed in my mind. We had been planning a day trip to the Blue Mountains the whole time we were in Sydney, but when the day finally arrived, Kristin was very sick with the flu. She perservered as it was our last day and she couldn’t miss it. It seemed like an easy enough day, getting the train out and walking to the bottom to catch the tourist cog railway train back to the top. We enjoyed to be outside walking and joked that we would never be so lazy to take this train back to the top normally, but since she was sick, it was “okay” to do. The views were lovely and we were very relaxed until we learned of the train being out of order that afternoon! The walk up was torturous for her, but she gutted it out and never really complained. At the top, she was wiped out and even though it wasn’t the hardest hike under normal circumstances, I was proud to see her overcome her ill condition, standing tall over the valley.

Walk around the city, even...

by annipooh

Walk around the city, even without any specific destination. The view I saw when I was on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The scene of the sunset over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Also, just an relaxing afternoon in the Royal Botanic Gardens reading and enjoy the sunshine.

AMP Tower - Centrepoint

by SydneyGal

Far above the maddening crowds, AMP Tower (or Centrepoint, as it is called by locals) has 360 degrees of Sydney's best views. Towering 300m above Sydney, Centrepoint Tower offers magnificent views that extend to the Central Coast to the north, Wollongong to the south and the Blue Mountains to the west. Admission: Adults AUD19.80; children AUD13.20; concession AUD15.85; family AUD55. Open Sunday-Friday 9:00am-10:30pm, Saturday 9:00am-11:30pm. Westfield Centrepoint, 100 Market Street
TIP: don't bother going to the restaurant in Centrepoint - though the views are fantastic, the food is not very good.

NSW has 3 World Heritage...

by emerald125

NSW has 3 World Heritage listed areas

Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves - Nth Coast
Willandra Lakes (Mungo National Park)
Lord Howe Island

Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves The rainforest area is the most accessable. There are lots of hostels and various tours all along the coast that cater for visitors there. That is not to say that the places will be teaming with tourists. Some of the short walks near carparks get overrun but if you are keen you can walk all day without seeing a soul. Remember to always tell someone where you are planning to go and when you plan to return. If you have an opportunity to get to the QLD/NSW border spend a night and take a sunrise walk up Mt Warning. The world's largest extinct prehistoric volcano and also the first place to see the sun rise in OZ.
Willandra Lakes Mungo National Park
Located in the South West of the State, Mungo is a very significant Aboriginal site. Erosion has uncovered extensive evidence of the Aboriginal occupation of this area. The orange and white sand dunes, called 'The Walls of China' are amazing. The picture below is not one of mine but i have included it because i dont have one and you really ought to see it. :-)
Check out this web site for more amazing pics
http://www.picsource.com.au/mungo.htm
Lord Howe Island
Lord Howe Island is the Southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. Unfortunately quite expensive to get to

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 Leisure Inn Sydney Central

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Address: 28 - 30 Regent St, (formerly Central Regent Hotel), Sydney, 2000, Australia