Park Regis City Centre

27 Park Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
(3 star hotel)
#110
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Very Central, nice rooms, great pool and spa

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 2, 2007

I just got back from six days in Sydney where I stayed at this hotel for the first time. As an artist I draw every day so I need a view or two from my room.

The staff are very pleasant, the lifts are efficient and the pool/spa make this hotel a must. From the roof top you can look right down Hyde Park, up Oxford Street to Taylor Square (Great for Mardi gras) and you can also see the harbor in front of Woolloomooloo.

Unique Quality: Spa, Pool and Sauna see sketches.

Cooking facilities in room.

Smoking and non smoking floors.

Directions: Very corner of Oxford and Park Streets Sydney opposite Hyde Park.

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Comfortable Budget Hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 11, 2007

It'll not win any awards, but the Park Regis a perfectly comfortable budget business hotel, rooms approx $150 in a great location (2 minutes to Hyde Park in one direction, 2 minutes the other way will find you at Sydney Town Hall).

Tiny foyer at street level (locked after 10pm but there is 24 hour security so not a problem) and a bit of a crush at the lifts, but the hotel occupies floors 5 - 14 of this 45 storey building (you can also take the lift to the 45th floor - great views over the city and a small pool available for hotel guests). Public access spaces are generally 'tight' (corridors on the room floors do not give you much space) and I assume that the hotel is an office conversion.

As a result of the lack of space, somewhat suprised by the size of the rooms (although I had booked a King Size room for A$10 per night more) - for this price range and location, certainly the biggest rooms I had stayed in in Sydney (and fairly funky too!)

Unique Quality: King size bed, one wall is virtually all glass overlooking the city towards Hyde Park. Windows can be opened but as the hotel is on the junction of Castlereagh and Park, can get noisy at weekends late at night. Plasma screen TV, lots of space in the room, walk-in shower (no bath) with limited products. Pool on the 45th floor and sun-lounge area with great views over the city.

Friendly, easy going - very good value for money. Clean, central, friendly, funky without being overdesigned, functional. Large Woolworths 2 minutes walk for provisions (open until midnight) and lots of cafes, bars etc in the vicinity.

LIKE THE CENTRAL PARK, GOOD VALUE BUDGET IN THE CITY, NOTHING TO DISLIKE BUT DIFFICULT TO RAVE. I WOULD BE OK ABOUT RETURNING HERE.

Directions: Two minutes from Town Hall or Hyde Park (other direction)

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Address: 27 Park Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia

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Amenities at Park Regis City Centre

  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Fitness Center
  • Free High Speed Internet

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