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Loved everything about this place: music, furniture, atmosphere, food and staff. We gathered for Sunday lunch with a large family group and were very well looked after. There was plenty of space and a good choice of food. The large corner bar is a highlight.
The Macquarie hotel is in a beautiful old pub which has a really lovely history and atmosphere.
It located in Syd CBD, walking distance from central station and was in a perfect location for me as I was doing some sight seeing and didn't have...More
Recommend it as a hip place with great rooms and good beer..food is a bit hard to get..lots of changes with restaurant..but really clean upgraded rooms.. stay here.its really nice. We are from up the coast and have actually been staying here for over 30...More
The mac has been one of my favourite sydney live music venues for many years now, and I've had the pleasure for staying for the weekend on a few seperate occasions in the last 12 months.
The bar area is awesome, thick with old world...More
After a stay in another hotel which was hell we moved to Macquarie Boutique for our last few nights in Sydney. What a great decision, contacted reception and they had a room ready for us within an hour.
Worked out to be a great base...More
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