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I can understand why some travellers give this property low ratings as it is very much a boutique (even cottage industry) hotel lacking in many of the features taken for granted in a hotel rated commercially at 3 stars or above. There is no lift...More
I am sure it's not the most trendy expensive hotel, but mum and I keep a beautiful memory of our stay, staff was very friendly and rooms were clean.
The location is perfect and I couldn't ask for better value.
We did a late check in after the reception hours, so had to tell them in advance and they left us our keys in an envelope at the reception to be picked up when we got there in the evening.
Room was fine, quite small...More
We stayed here for two nights. The service was very basic but it was good value for the price and a central location though there's a huge staircase to mount with your baggage when you arrive (no lift). The room (203) was clean except for...More
Mattress just awful feel all wires in the bed very uncomfortable. Room cramped and hole in the wall. Also Mould in bathroom Gross. No air flowing into room as it was very hot day. Would not even rate 1 star.
US$65 - US$137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
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Australia > New South Wales > Sydney > Central Business District
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