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Very good hotel, big rooms and excellent breakfast.
Very kind team at the reception.
Concierge was also helpul in several occasions.
The hotel is located extremely close to the Darling Harbour and Chinatown, with restaurants that are open until 2am in a city which most...More
We stayed here for 3 nights and it was in a prime location close to the harbour and a decent walk to the opera house and bridge. The room was lovely, comfortable and spacious and staff helpful. We had a lovely view of the harbour...More
I regularly stay at this hotel when on business. The room size is fantastic with ample bathroom and modern facilities. The staff are quick to check you in and out and the room service is brilliant. Only problem is the hotel can be booked out!...More
Thank Robert N
Response from Jeroen M, General Manager at PARKROYAL Darling Harbour SydneyResponded 2 days ago
Dear Robert N
Thank you for taking the time to share your review following your stay and choosing to stay with us once again. It's great to know that you love our comfortable rooms and great staff. We hope to welcome you back to the...More
We were worried this hotel is going to be noisy as it is located on major crossroads and a 4 lane flyover. Our room overlooking the flyover but to our amazement we can hardly hear any traffic noise. We stayed here for 3 nights and...More
The hotel was good close to everything this was our 2nd year staying in a suite on the club floor very nice and clean great view of darling harbour.We were disappointed with the selection of food offered in the lounge between 5.30 till 7.30 compared...More
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