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So, if I was to summarise this place, it’s a really expensive back packers.
Picture this, I open the door, and the room isn’t big enough for the door to open, so got a bit of a shock when my door slammed into the desk....More
The rooms are small, the electrical sockets in the bathroom were way to close to water. You cannot shower in the bathroom without getting everything in the bathroom wet including the toilet paper which is right next to the wall. The towels stunk of powdered...More
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A budget hotel which I didn’t realise when booking this hotel. If you are looking for location, this is excellent. But a small room for 3 people and bathroom is really basic. Would have rather have paid more for a better hotel. It’s ok if...More
Stayed here on a Sunday evening which included a trip to Taronga zoon for a concert. Made the booking on Booking.com, and it was a very reasonable price for a room. We were "ungraded" to a room which was right beside the elevator. All night,...More
Room was basic, but clean and quiet. Annoying that I could not get a wine glass or knife and fork. The king bed was two mattresses together, creating big lump down middle. On the plus side, very convenient to public transport and easy to get...More
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