Spread was good but not massive. On level 2 with a secondary overflow area looking out onto Mary street and down to the Story Bridge.
Eggs, bacons, tomatoes, sausages were the hot choices. Plus the usual poached or omelette choices. Large selection of cheese and cold meats. Fruits, muesli and granola next along.
Cereal bar in the middle with 4 choices appeared aimed at children, coco pops, rice bubbles, corn flakes and milo cereal.
No barrister so a fully automatic coffee machine saves space on the limited room.
It was good, filling and the staff were very friendly.
I didn't notice the full price but at a discounted $20 it was okay.
I much preferred the new roof too bar on level 30 with 90% of walls made of glass. Bar stools, deck chairs and bean bags all looking out over the various views. Reasonably priced bee and cider too.
Rooms themselves were quite large and only 8 to a floor and ability to inter connect. Windows every where again to capture the views.
Was good and even say great at the discounted rate with breakfast included. Perfect for my attendance at the convention centre.
Thank you for the update. Wow @ no barrister! I used to work at 53 Albert St and highly recommend Toby's estate around the corner @ 79 Albert st for coffee. They open @06:30 and also subscribe to the 'beat the Q' phone app.
Rather than start a new thread I will post our experience here.Stayed the night before I flew to Tassie.Took points instead of brekkie.
The rooms weren't large to us and our view was of other buildings.It was also quite noisy even though they were not working on the building site next door.
You could close the door on the toilet or shower but not both.
Wont rush back but will stay if I need extra nights-though hopefully wont need them next year.
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