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Wynyard Hotel, SYDNEY, NSW

Wynyard Hotel
Clarence & Erskine Streets
Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (2 votes)
About Wynyard Hotel: 

he Wynyard Hotel was first established in 1873 and is located on the corner of Clarence and Erskine Streets in the heart of Sydney. We have budget family and backpacker accommodation and weekly rates are also available. Our hotel is a popular stop for locals and tourists alike. Come in and enjoy the friendly service and comfortable atmosphere.

The Wynyard Hotel is within walking distance of:

The Rocks
Circular Quay
The Opera House
Darling Harbour
Cockle Bay
King Street Wharf
Sydney Tower
The Botanical Gardens

Our staff have a good knowledge of the city of Sydney and provide excellent tourist information and will also gladly help you with booking tours and forward accommodation.

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Reviews (1)

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David Sarkies

Not as loud as I would have expected

9 years 7 months ago

Normally I would have simply written this up as a pub, however since I ended up staying renting out one of the rooms they have available – my first ever experience of staying in a pub – I felt it necessary to write it up a little differently. Mind you I would hardly call this place luxurious, and a swift kick to the door of my room would probably have opened it (not that I tried), and while they served breakfast in a kitchen, they lacked a toaster, nor were there any tea spoons (or decent sized cups). As is typical, I suspect that there was a rooftop garden that I didn't go and check out because I didn't go any higher than my floor. While this was not the most luxurious of places (you get what you pay for), it was still an adventure.
As for the pub itself, that was pretty nice as well. Okay there were no outdoor areas, but staying on top of a pub was certainly an experience, especially since I could slip around the bouncer and come in from the other side. It is not the largest of pubs, but it is a pub nonetheless.

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Comments (2)

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I don't quite like the dining arrangements - it's rather small, and most of the single tables are too close to the men's toilets. The place gets a lot of street noise.

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Dining arrangements = dining area

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