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Capitol Square Hotel, Sydney

The Capitol Square Hotel enjoys three frontages being Campbell Street to the north, George Street to the West, and Hay Street to the South. Located immediately, to the east is the Capitol Theatre, while Pitt Street and well known Belmore Park are both located approximately 150 metres to the east.

The surrounding development within the immediate area is a blend of the entertainment district of Sydney being at the southern extremities of George Street which also includes the well known restaurant district known as Chinatown. Also in close proximity is the University of Technology and the Sydney TAFE College, while in easy walking distance is the World Square Monorail station while 250 metres to the South are the entrances to Central Railway station.

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Well appointed rooms configured with two single beds or one double bed. Some rooms will allow for the addition of extra bedding for a third person.


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