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Park Regis City Center

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Modern Premium Hotel Room - Park Regis City Center. Copyright Park Regis City Center.

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Park Regis City Centre would like to thank all its supporters in the Sydney Business Awards 2011 - we won the Lord Mayor's Sustainability Award!

Park Regis City Centre is surrounded by Sydney's best shopping, restaurants, sightseeing and entertainment, cannot be beaten for location, service and value for money.

"You can't get closer to the action for this price and quality"

Park Regis City Centre is designed to cater for both corporate and leisure travellers and is located in the heart of Sydney city, just a short walk to Hyde Park, Darling Harbour, Pitt Street Mall, Queen Victoria Building and Town Hall. Alternatively take a walk to Circular Quay for the weekend Rocks Markets or catch a ferry to Taronga Zoo.

After a busy day, unwind in your modern hotel room incorporating contemporary décor, air-conditioning, ensuite bathroom with hairdryer, opening windows, tea and coffee making facilities, refrigerator, work desk, broadband cable connection, WiFi access, direct dial telephone and LCD television.

For something a little more sophisticated, we highly recommend a room upgrade to one of the hotel's Park Suites. Relax in your modern living space with a 32" LCD TV, mini stereo with iPod docking station and subtle lighting finished off with lush colours and fabrics. In your separate bedroom awaits a king bed, 27" LCD TV and a work desk. Park Suites are design-infused and offer original and striking interior elements – making for an enhanced stay at Park Regis City Centre.

The 122 room hotel also provides 24 hour reception, security lifts and undercover car parking (charge applies).

Our guests are invited to experience our rooftop outdoor pool and sundeck that affords magnificent 360 degree views over Sydney Harbour, Darling Harbour and the city.

Visit our small-clawed otters!

Park Regis City Centre is the ultimate base for your next visit to Sydney.

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Review date:   February 11, 2018 9:27AM
Review:   Convenient location, great night's sleep. Nice decor. Like most hotels, towels were changed despite hanging them up. Dispensers for soap, shower gel etc were good. Limited free WiFi enough for basic needs only. Would stay here again.
Author:   Claire Trenham
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Review date:   February 17, 2018 11:31AM
Review:   Great location in the city centre nearby train station, and walking distance to major attractions. Rooms are small but well presented, however shower was wedged into the wall and water pressure was quite low. Reception was friendly as helpful and rooftop is nice to relax on, with great views of the city.
Author:   Alex Costall
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Review date:   February 15, 2018 12:43PM
Review:   Small rooms but a cheap price for the convenient location. When I was injured and had trouble walking, they complained at me for booking their hotel and wanting a room near the lifts to minimise my walking. They even posted on travel sites that their hotel is not suitable for the disabled. If you have trouble on steps or with very long corridors, stay away. If you have no impairments, it is decent enough. Beware the cramped bathrooms, though.
Author:   Helen OBoyle
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Review date:   January 9, 2018 10:38PM
Review:   Stayed here over the Xmas period and was an awesome deal for the 3 nights there. Awesome location! Right in the hub of it all. Especially handy to shops, eateries, train station & bus stops. Friendly sta. The perk was the AMAZING views from the rooftop where the pool is located. Definitely would recommend.
Author:   Kimiora Taite
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Review date:   February 18, 2018 7:30PM
Review:   I’ve never felt so unsafe in a hotel. Upon arrival we were greeted by a grumpy receptionist who didn’t even smile or talk to us except telling us where to sign. We proceeded up the incredible loud lift that sounded as if it could break at any time to the paint chipped hallway and into a tiny room that stunk where we found rubbish left in our room from the previous people next to a note telling us that somebody would be coming tomorrow to put a lock on the window. The bed was like a brick with a metal bar down the middle the shower had a weird smell and the toilet paper holder was broken so the toilet paper was on the floor constantly. The lift was so loud it woke us up numerous times in the night. I felt so unsafe that I felt the need to photograph how I left my stuff before I left the room for the day. After the first nights sleep being woken up at 6am by construction workers outside we decided to forfeit the $700 nzd!!! We paid for 2 nights (wouldn’t pay $50 for this place) and stay at the Amora hotel. Which was well worth the money. You couldn’t pay me enough to ever stay here again.
Author:   Nakita Rickards
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