Book Direct with the Owner at Rydges Bankstown Sydney with QLD Tourism in Bass Hill Click on the Email or Call Now button to get your special price.Rydges Bankstown is a contemporary and refreshing hotel, centrally located within Sydney's South Western commercial district. This hotel features a stylish open plan lobby, restaurant and bar with views of the outdoor pool and terrace area. The hotel has access to the business centres of Bankstown, Liverpool and Parramatta and to the wealth of sporting and Event facilities in the area including the Dunc Gray Velodrome, Homebush Bay Olympic Precinct, Sydney Showground and the Acer Arena.
4.6 based on 5 reviews
Nice and clean. Easy to find and walkable to shops. Plenty of car parking space which is fantastic! Only downer is when they do housekeeping they tend to miss out something - I didnt get a spare toilet roll one day and the next day I was missing the bath mat so i had to use a hand towel. Would be nice if they provided a spare towel at least, not just enough for 2 guest. Overall great place, comfortable beds, spacious room for a queen bedroom. Breakfast buffet was great! But be there early, when i came down at 8am half the food was already gone.
Good sized, clean room. Beds we're comfortable. Bathroom was a little dated, but clean and functional. Had a only a little bit of road noise, bring ear plugs if you're really sensitive to sound. Continental breakfast had enough selection including fresh cut fruit and pastries ;) . If I was in the area, I would stay here again
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