Visit Railway Hotel in Queenstown, Tasmania. This venue has an average rating of 4.3 out of 65 reviews, with the latest ratings ranging from 1 to 5. It appears there are mixed reviews for the Railway Hotel.
The Railway Hotel does not appear to have any published opening hours, but you may find some more information on their website.
Enjoyed my stay here. Food was good. Stay was only $45. Toilet and bathroom were clean and easily accessible. Staff was freindly.
'Don't judge a book by its cover' applies here! Our family enjoyed an awesome meal. Great size servings, quality & fresh.
Photos are misleading! The rooms are very small and there is only space for one person to walk at once. Shared bathrooms. The ac remote didn't work. Kettles are very dirty! The staff are responsive and that's the only good thing about this place.
Amazing food! Having recently moved to Queenstown we have almost tried every restaurant and the Railway Hotel has the absolute best food by far.
Highly recommend dining in and having an amazing meal served by fantastic staff.
The staff are friendly, as are the locals.
We came here for a night stay. You get your $60 worth. Me and my friend affectionately refer to it as "the box". Don't expect much. But definitely a good budget stay
This is a great place to go to in Queenstown and the staff are friendly as are the locals.
The bar tenders was great and happy people
Lovely room with the a very comfortable bed! Clean, cosy and warm. Staff were very welcoming and kind! Thank you for the lovely stay!
DO NOT STAY HERE!! When we arrived in to our room the bed was not properly made as if someone had slept in it and there was a dirty towel thrown on the bed. When we pulled back the cover there were crumbs in the bed - the sheets had definitely not been changed between us and the last people staying! There was also still rubbish in the bin and the one cup that was left in the room had not been washed and had coffee stains in it. Disgusting experience ?
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