Comfort Inn Cambridge Sydney (Sydney)
Comfort Inn Cambridge Sydney

country: Australia, city: Sydney (Sydney Central Station)

Comfort Inn Cambridge Sydney Comfort Inn Cambridge SydneyWith funky Oxford Street just a half a block away and trendy Paddington close by, the Comfort Inn Cambridge Sydney presents a suitable location for those looking to enjoy Sydney's shopping and entertainment districts.

Location
Comfort Inn Cambridge is just a short stroll from the retail shopping haven of Oxford Street and Sydney's famous Stanley Street. The CBD, Aussie Stadium, Sydney Cricket Ground, Fox Studios and Darling Harbour are all close by.

Rooms
All 143 guestrooms are comfortable and well furnished with numerous amenities including a refrigerator and ironing board. Some rooms come with a balcony.

Restaurant
The 212 Riley Street Restaurant serves breakfast and dinner.

General
A basic 3-star hotel recommended for those who want to stay well within the city's tourist sites and entertainment areas. It also has extensive facilities for conferences and larger functions. Hotel facilities further include a spa, sauna, swimming pool and gymnasium.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Gymnasium
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities
Reception
Restaurant
Room service
Safe deposit box
Sauna
Spa
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Iron and ironing board
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Refrigerator
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:

Address:
212 Riley Street
Surry Hills NSW 2010


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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