Holiday Lodge Hotel


55 Macleay Street, Potts Point, Sydney, NSW 2011

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About the hotel

Star Lodge provides comfortable, affordable accommodation in the heart of Sydney. Nestled between bustling cafes, restaurants, art-deco and Victorian historic buildings, and upmarket fashion boutiques, we are a grand heritage mansion with large ensuite rooms catering for 1-6 guests. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, colour TV, fridge, microwave, work table and tea/coffee facilities making our room rates excellent value.

The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. The Lodge is in cosmopolitan Macleay Street in Potts Point and is a convenient and central location for tourists and business travellers. Kings Cross nightlife and Oxford Street party venues are five minutes walk. Airport and city buses stop at our door. It is a short and scenic stroll through the Botanic Gardens to the Opera House, Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Museums and Sydney's most beautiful attractions.

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Showing Wednesday 7 October 2015 to Thursday 8 October 2015

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Pets are not allowed

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  • Louise F

  • March 2014

Choose another hotel!!!

This hotel was the worst I have been to in a long time and was expensive (100$ a night).

You better go to a backpacker place, the Y or a dormitory than sleep in that decrepit hotel. I had to go outside in an alley full of cigarette butts before arriving in my room. I had to put a blanket in the window to ensure my privacy since the blinds were broken. The room was musty with the walls full of mildew. The bunk bed was a cheap fabrication I would have been afraid to go on the top bed. The mattress was so thin that I could feel the planks under it. The hotel must have had a deal on double bed sheets because that is what was on the single bed. The handle of the cold water faucet stayed in my hand during my first shower. The toilet and all faucets were leaking. At night it made a terrible noise. The shower curtain was moldy. The personnel were never available and did not care at all about the state of the place. When I ask about it I was told I was demanding and that you ‘get what you pay for’. The manager left a candle burning near the entrance without supervision most of the time; a real fire hazard for that old building. The photographs provided in all the different internet hotel reservation sites for this hotel must have been taken years ago since the rooms that I have visited do not resemble the photographs provided by the owner at all. I asked to put some of my things in a safe and basically was told that it was not necessary. Anyway it was better not to put anything in a safe in that hotel since the personnel were never available. The telephone accessible in the hotel was out of service. I was able to negotiate my way out at a lost. The manager decided to double the price of the room for the first night I was there. In the pamphlet of the hotel it is said that it is a 3 star hotel. Are they kidding.