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Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney

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Harbour Rocks Hotel


 
 
 
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Harbour Rocks Hotel - Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney. Copyright Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney.




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Overview



In the heart of Sydney lies the Harbour Rocks Hotel, an intimate four star, 55 room boutique hotel steeped in the history of the famous Rocks precinct.

The Harbour Rocks Hotel is the perfect Sydney hotel accommodation choice, a popular home for many travellers and the perfect base from which to explore the city.

Ideally located in 'The Rocks' and just a short stroll from some of Australia's best icons the Sydney Harbour Bridge & Opera House.

This Sydney boutique accommodation offers a variety of rooms to choose from to suit the needs of both the business and leisure traveller.



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Review date:   November 6, 2017 9:48AM
 
Review:   Beautiful hotel and room, but very poor service. We stayed on Tuesday 31/10/17. Ordered room service dinner for 4:30pm as we were going to an early show. Staff guaranteed 4:30pm room service At 5pm I called reception and enquired about our meal, which eventually arrived at 5:30pm, an hour late. The meal quality was fair, at best. We left our tray outside our room for collection. The following morning our tray was still outside our room! I'm sure the other guests would not have appreciated the fish smell wafting down the hall, or the risk of food poisoning to anyone/child if they had helped themselves to leftover fish and chips. Very poor service for any hotel, especially considering the price we paid.
 
Author:   Michelle Harrison
 
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Review date:   October 1, 2017 3:08AM
 
Review:   The place is beautiful but the staff we dealt with were unfriendly and borderline hostile. The lady (her name might have been Priya?) who checked us in was completely unwelcoming from the beginning and then it got worse when we tried to have a drink at the bar later that evening. She barely paid attention to us as we stood at the bar (where we were the only people in the whole place ). She was busy complaining about staff to someone when we politely asked for a cocktail only to be aggressively told that they weren't doing any of the cocktails (with no explanation actually given). It would've been fine but the bartender next to her was making cocktails right in front of us. We were very confused as to why she was being so hostile to us but we just accepted it and thanked her for the wine we opted for instead anyway (because we're nice people). I understand that customer service can weigh a bit heavy on staff as I work in customer service, but I never let my mood or experiences with other customers affect how I treat people. I expected more and it was a bit of a shame as it was my birthday too! Based on how she dealt with the other guests, I just don't think she took us seriously despite us being quiet, respectful guests.
 
Author:   Pema Bakshi
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 25, 2017 6:59AM
 
Review:   Great location near The Rocks Markets & eateries. The customers service is excellent. However the room was disappointing and not user friendly. The TV can only be viewed when in bed and not from the lounge. There is a shelf above the vanity so you can't wash your face or brush your teeth easily. The toilet is in a tiny corner & the toilet roll holder is touching your hip. Our door card failed 4 times & I had to climb 3 floors of stairs each time to have it reset. Otherwise it was fine! A bit overpriced though. We will stay at The Four Seasons Hotel up the road next time for the same money.
 
Author:   Glen Dunkley
 
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Review date:   October 27, 2017 12:45PM
 
Review:   Great staff. Updated rooms. Good breakfast. Perfect location. Tiny bathroom.
 
Author:   Phil Hunsberger
 
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Review date:   November 20, 2017 1:01PM
 
Review:   I was there for a work event and had lots of sweet goodness at the balcony. Great place for a function but it was a bit too tight.
 
Author:   Yoshiya Ouchi
 
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