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The staff was EXCELLENT! Every person I interacted with at the desk was professional, friendly, and helpful.
I think the lounge is over another restaurant and the aromas from that restaurant were a bit strong. But that was MINOR compared to the location, staff, cleanliness and interesting architecture of the bldg.
It's location in the city was what I liked best
very cute boutique type hotel, modern rooms, great position for market shopping
the unique combination of older style building with modern style
The location of the hotel and the staff
The hotel is perfectly situated, close to the railway station an city bus stop. Room (deluxe) was realy nice and clean, but too small. There is also a loundry and a lounge area, where you can prepare your own food.
The hotel entrance is not nice.
Reasonable location - good bus connections
Extremely basic accommodation for a "boutique" hotel. Room was single size with double bed
tv shower view (another wall) no draws or chairs small bathroom sink but nowhere to put your toiletries.excessive outside noise.
The close proximity to city centre and transport systems. Easy access to restaurants. Security system employed by the hotel especially after 10pm.
Being near the city centre noise was inevitable but was very intrusive at times. Shouting and screaming by young people leaving clubs in the early hours was a problem most nights. Work on a tower block across George Street was also a problem after the Easter break had finished.
Handy for transport very close to Central station, monorail, bus routes. Walking distance to Darling Harbour - good shopping nearby.
A little noisy, especially from the cafe/bar area but this did not detract from our stay.
There is one lady who is extreamly mean at the reception. I was very upset to her since she didn't want to tell me how to get to the airport by bus and train. I saw her smoking in front of locker place during her work time. It was my last day in Sydney and she made me feel real terrible.
washroom is quite clean and look nice..the hotel is in town, easy to travel around.
Its very small hotel and hardly notice from the road.
Set behind a gorgeous heritage listed façade in the centre of Sydney’s entertainment and theatre precinct, 1831 Boutique Hotel holds the story of the George Street townscape in its walls.
Take a short stroll to Chinatown, Darling Harbour, World Square and Central Station, or simply relax and enjoy all the comforts of home set in an astoundingly beautiful piece of Sydney’s history.
With multiple room configurations we cater to budget conscious guests, corporate travellers, or leisurely holiday-makers. We take great pride in ensuring your stay with us is a totally unique experience by having rooms as individual as the guests which they host.
1831 Boutique Hotel
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