Park Regis City Centre3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I am very happy with the Park Regis location and affordability. It suits my needs for a brief stay in the city perfectly, as I don't need to hire a car or catch public transport. The room was clean and adequate to my needs, the staff were informative and efficient. I will use the Park Regis City Centre when I visit Sydney for business again.
Good location and room was ok (bathroom on the small side) but staff were not particularly helpful and wifi was hit and miss. Mostly disappointed with the dirty pool so did not use. Would not stay here again.
So hard to find a hotel with parking in Sydney. We had to paid $45 per night for parking here, so expensive! Make sure you factor this cost in. Hotel is in a good location and staffed 24/7. Rooftop area is nice. Very old hotel, we had a tiny corner shower in our room, good for short overnight stays.
I stayed here to be close to a conference. I would have changed hotels but my card had been charged before arrival. The room was musty, the shower had a curtain and the water alternated between scaulding and freezing even when following the instructions. BTW a shower at a hotel for $200 a night should just work! I got locked out of my room after the first night. The linen was clean at least. The staff were lacked any enthusiasm for their jobs so no point in making a fuss. You couldn't pay me to stay here again.
Rude customers service coming in to book the room and going sign out was ok and every fine but the room was smelling and Air Conditioner is not cold at all and the fridge was off and not good at all and that all
Stayed in a king bed room that was located on the 9th floor. Room was good with a clean basic bathroom suitable for couple. Great central location at a very reasonable price. Definitely would be returning for any future short stays
An awesome view from the top level balcony was the highlight. Well located Hotel, close to Museum and Town Hall stations. The hotel is a bit out-dated and the bathroom looks very old and simple. The room was ok and evrything we needed. Way too expensive for what you get on a weekend.
I like to think I'm pretty fair when am reviewing hotels and also like to give them a chance to sort my problems, So having read your responses to guest feedback on trip advisor where often the hotel asks that they be made aware of situations at the hotel whilsts guests are still here I've a couple of points to note that I emailed to the manager during my stay pointing out I was not enjoying the Hotel, it's yet to be responded too! 1. My original room 1309 was horrendously dark and dreary and whilst I was moved to 1508 which is significantly brighter and nicer the essence of my room move was not understood. I asked to move as whilst I ordered a king room direct from your website believing I would get the best rate, the king bed is actually two single mattresses zipped together and being allergic to feathers as I am asthmatic the feather topper had to be removed a result of which the seam in the bed became very uncomfortable and disturbed my sleep. The room I was moved to had the very same issue, however can I take the time to applaud your housekeeper Zany who actually listened to my issue & put extra blankets on this bed, to lessen the seam impact, but it's still there. She also had done an immaculate job in cleaning the room for my arrival and took time to learn about what impacts my asthma - such as dust and chemicals, you have a valuable asset in that employee. 2. Housekeeping - I was aware it was Easter weekend, however having travelled the world during various public holidays and festivities I have never seen a hotel that announces bar replenishing of products (towels) there will be no housekeeping for 4 days. This is unacceptable for a number of reasons, mostly being I am asthmatic and your rooms are already rather dusty, I rely on the housekeeping to keep this dust at bay, and I would not dream of not cleaning the environment I'm staying in over a 4 day period. I've taken to wiping down the surfaces with a damp facecloth to remove the dust. Having paid over $700 for these 4 nights alone i find it ridiculous that you can hike your rates by so much for the Saturday night when no housekeeping is being provided. 3. Quiet rooms - when I was being moved rooms I did ask for a quiet room, however being next to an electrical cupboard where people are constantly coming and going cannot be considered quiet. 4. Roof terrace - you describe on your website as a haven, and I disagree, there are no where near enough seats, I spent some time up there good Friday in the good weather and realised it's just a place for smokers of the building to come! The seats that were there were soaking and you cannot access toilets, plus the pool was not clean and as such you could not use. This was a selling point for me for the hotel, probably one reason I booked your hotel over others, at extra expense. 5 wifi - as I'm sure you're aware 250mb daily limit is a joke, especially on the modern world, as stated I booked directly with you believing I would get better wifi but this is incorrect advertising on your website, I could have booked for less on a third party site and saved myself app £140. I specifically booked it as a relaxing place for an 8 night stay, but I feel I'm not the target demographic, as you probably target those only here for 1/2 nights, and who don't want to pay very much! If you get it cheap fine, but don't plan on spending there.
good comfortable bed, convenient clock radio, bedside lamp simple room with en suite, shower, wash basin and toilet could open the room to outside air if I wanted to could use air conditioner if I wanted to comfortable room and very convenient position
The room was spacious and the bed comfortable but there was a lot of street noise, yelling and sirens blaring and what sounded like ambulances arriving about 2am. I couldn't sleep well because of the noise.
Located in Sydney Central Business District, Park Regis City Centre is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay. This 122-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. Located centrally in Sydney, it's also close to Sydney Harbour Bridge and University of Sydney.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Park Regis City Centre's 122 individually decorated rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and ironing boards. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Rooms also include desks.
Guests staying at Park Regis City Centre enjoy an outdoor pool, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, self parking is AUD 45 per night, or you can take advantage of the shuttle from the hotel to the airport during limited hours for AUD 16 per person. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1952 reviews