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John Rozentals tries out Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Central Park

March 5, 2020 Reviews No Comments Email Email

Address: 88 Broadway Sydney NSW 2008

Phone: 02 8202 8888



Rooms: Standard room type is Superior, and then Premium rooms. Suites include Studio (30), and One Bedroom Executive (13), plus Luxury Suites (2).

Price: Varies, but from about $205 per night.

Accessible Rooms: Yes, 15 rooms with a king-sized bed. Can also be reconfigured to two king singles.

Sleeping configuration: king-sized beds. Can also be reconfigured to two king singles; room can accommodate third person at extra charge on a sofa bed (excluding accessible rooms).

Room makeup: Guest rooms serviced daily.

Wifi: Available in guest rooms and public areas at no additional charge.

Parking: Yes, self-parking is available at $45 per vehicle per day. Valet parking is not available.

Dining & drinking: Enjoy the comfortable atmosphere of Central Quarter (, perfectly located in the heart of Sydney’s thriving dining precinct, Chippendale. Central Quarter Restaurant is open daily for breakfast. Malt Bar is the perfect destination to kick back and relax with family, friends or colleagues. Relax in the stylish alfresco seating area, which opens onto Brewery Lane pedestrian walk. Enjoy a local Best Brew™ or sip your favourite cocktails whilst admiring the historic Kent Brewery site.

Swimming pool & gym: Fully equipped 24-hour gym, pool not available.

Laundry & dry-cleaning: Laundry and dry-cleaning available, charges apply.

Cooking facilities: No cooking facilities.

Individually controlled air conditioning: Yes.

In-room safe: Yes.

Iron and ironing board: Yes.

Cable channels: Yes.

Tea and coffee-making facilities: Yes.

Comfort level: High.

Gown/slippers: Available.

Bathroom: Rainforest showers. Studio and Luxury Suites also offer dual sinks and bath tub.

Hot water: Plentiful, good pressure.

Towels: Plush and plentiful.

Storage space: Adequate.

Desk & lighting: Large spacious workstations, plenty of natural light.

X-factor: Location; a must-visit new lifestyle precinct that combines heritage, hospitality, retail and art in a way Sydney has never seen before. A short walk to Central Train Station connecting travellers to anywhere in Australia and both the Domestic and International Terminal.

Try it out: Try the local shopping in Central Park Mall and surrounds, local dining including Kensington Street and Spice Alley within the Chippendale/Central Park precinct, local art galleries. Easy access to China Town, Sydney CBD and the International Convention Center (ICC).

Written by: John Rozentals

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