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I stayed one night with my family in early August 2017 and was certainly not over awed by this hotel. Very old and dated, no lift, noisey as on Main Street, bed was noisy, and a few other things.
How ever the location is great,...More
Chose hotel for location so could walk n b close to darling harbour n convention center so booked Stay for 1 night here. Was greeted by rude receptionist, no warm welcome here. No lifts here, just stairs, no one to help with luggage to take...More
My boss stayed here for one night on 26/7/17. The bed sheets were dirty and there were roadworks happening outside his bedroom window all night.
He asked to switch rooms and was refused.
There was another large group that had their costs refunded due to...More
Booked a room with ensuite. As others have said, it's on a noisy road and we had the room directly opposite reception at street level - I'm sure I heard the same motorbike roaring outside a few times each night. Having said that, we slept...More
No-frills, comfortable accommodation in a good location near Darling Harbour. Good public transport connections - bus, ferry, light rail.
Pleasant staff and good value breakfast on offer. Plenty of clean, though shared, bathroom facilities.
US$63 - US$161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from MadameChocolat678 | Reviewed this property |
No, they haven't. But there is a tram service near the hotel that can easily connect you from and to the airport, and to other parts of the city as well,so it will be useful during your stay in Sydney. You must buy the Opal... More
No, they haven't. But there is a tram service near the hotel that can easily connect you from and to the airport, and to other parts of the city as well,so it will be useful during your stay in Sydney. You must buy the Opal card at the airport (which is like the milky in Melbs), and charge it, then ask to the employee where you have to take the tram for the city. You'll arrive at central station and then you'll take another tram to reach the tram stop near the hotel. I don't remember the name exactly but is next to a huge car parking. Enter in it, go up to the 4th floor, then exit, cross the street and turn right, then take the first on the left and you'll finally reach the hotel :)