Russell Hotel In The Rocks
Address143A George Street SydneySee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
Bureau de Change/ATM
- ATM/cash machine on site
- Tour desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
Description provided by property
Guests can enjoy the rooftop garden with views of Circular Quay and the city skyline at The Russell Hotel. Located in the heart of Sydney’s historic The Rocks, it is 2-minute walk to Sydney Harbour and offers free WiFi.
The Russell Hotel Sydney retains the elegance and charm of its 1887 origins, offering comfortable rooms with ceiling fans and opening windows. Tea/coffee making facilities, bathrobes and hairdryers are provided.
The Push Bar & Dining offers a continental buffet breakfast each morning. The lounge area has a balcony overlooking bustling George Street, and a library with books, magazines and tourist guides.
The location of this historic hotel in The Rocks ensures that the city’s top attractions, great shopping and best restaurants are on your doorstep. Russell Hotel In The Rocks is a 2-minute walk from Circular Quay ferry terminal and train station.
Please note that there is a 4% charge when you pay with an American Express or Diners Club credit card.
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