Hotel Cranbrook International (Sydney)
Hotel Cranbrook International

country: Australia, city: Sydney (Rosebay)

Hotel Cranbrook International Hotel Cranbrook InternationalThe Hotel Cranbrook International has an enviable location on Sydney's Rosebay- gateway to a stunning residential peninsula and affording a unique ambience. The Cranbrook is an easy stroll from Sydney's finest offerings- exclusive shopping precinct Double Bay, a water taxi to the CBD, a bus ride to fashionable Bondi Beach, a brisk walk to sporting facilities like tennis, golf, squash or windsurfing and sailing. Restaurants and pubs abound, and of course the hotel offers its own dining options.
The Cranbrook Hotel offers 45 guest rooms. Each room is tastefully decorated for your relaxation and enjoyment. Private air-conditioner, refrigerator with mini bar, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities are standard. Begin the beautiful morning with delicious breakfast- on the house.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Cafe
Cocktail bar
Outdoor swimming pool
Parking facilities
Reception
Restaurant
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Iron and ironing board
Mini bar
Modem/data port connection
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Refrigerator
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:

Address:
601 New South Head Road
Rosebay NSW 2029


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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