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disgruntle­d guest, calling themselves Caroozing, wrote: “With Sirens nightclub directly opposite the hotel, don’t expect to get any sleep until after 2am on a Friday or Saturday.

“If the sound of heavy bass doesn’t put you to sleep, ask for a room not overlookin­g the pool directly opposite the club. As this is a clear ongoing issue, I would expect ear plugs are standard issue in the rooms affected.”

Another guest, Maryanne C, said: “If you want to sleep, don’t stay here.

“Paid far too much for a thumping headache and the worst night’s sleep EVER. The hotel is nice enough but the nightclub downstairs is LOUD until after midnight (we were there on a Saturday night).

“Reception kindly moved us to another room when we queried the noise but it was no better.”

This year’s World Cup is being jointly held by Australia and New

times mean many are likely to watch from home to save money. As a result, retailers can expect a busy period.”

Shops are forecast to make £333million on food and drink, £57.6million on sports gear, £32.6million on TVS and £21.7million from souvenirs.

Zealand. The Lionesses secured their first-choice camp, the Crowne Plaza coupled with training ground the

Central Coast Stadium, a 15-minute drive away.

The four-star hotel in

Terrigal, north of Sydney, calls itself “the ultimate deluxe beach accommodat­ion on the Central Coast”.

It includes 199 rooms, from £104, a pool, fitness centre and conference rooms, which will all be shut to the public during England’s stay. Sirens

ENGLAND are second favourites to win the Women’s World Cup.

Rated 4-1 by the bookies, only the USA are tipped as stronger.

Sarina Wiegman’s team will be hoping to build on the glorious Euro 2022 win that supercharg­ed interest in the women’s game.

But we are without a clutch of last year’s stars.

Injuries have ruled out the trio of Beth Mead – the Golden Boot winner last summer – plus captain Leah Williamson and attacking playmaker Fran Kirby. Meanwhile, record goalscorer Ellen White and I’m a Celeb star midfielder Jill Scott have retired.

Our player to watch is Keira Walsh, rated by many as the world’s best central midfielder. She has just helped Barcelona win the Champions League.

Brighton winger Katie Robinson, who is just 20, should enjoy Oz as she has loved surfing since her childhood in Cornwall.

The Lionesses will be expected to easily overcome Haiti in their opening match on Saturday in Brisbane.

Group games against Denmark and China follow, potentiall­y followed by a knockout meeting with the hosts.

More than a million tickets have already been sold. describes itself as “the Central Coast’s best nightspot” and adds: “Local and internatio­nal DJS play the best R&B every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night!”

Another former guest, Smokeymcle­an, added: “Once the bar shuts the kebab shop next door till 1am and hoons [Aussie slang for hooligan] wheel spinning their cars until about 3am.”

The FA, hotel and club were approached for comment.

Club is across the road

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