Lord Wolseley Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLord Wolseley Hotel Sydney
This hotel/hostel is handy and the staff are very friendly. Close to China town and an easy walk to the CBD, it has the closeness without the racket when the clubs close. The bar downstairs is like a classic pub. The hostel doesn't have much of a kitchen, so don't expect to be cooking much, there is however a microwave, kettle and toaster so it's easy enough for breakfast and to fix yourself a sandwich...it could however be a bit cleaner.
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