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Extremely disappointed to find that my credit card was debited several days after I checked out for an apparent minibar bottle of wine . I did not have any wine and have emailed to this effect eight times for them to refund me. However they...More
Like previous reviewers have pointed out this place can be a little tricky to find. However armed with that knowledge we had no problems locating the APX apartments. The best part about this property is the location. Smack bang in the middle of Chinatown with...More
I stayed here on a business trip, I booked the hotel myself as I like to stay close the Darling Harbour. The hotel itself is very difficult to find with only one way street entrance, it took me an hour to actually find this hotel...More
A 24hour manned reception with polite and helpful staff. Perfect location just on the edge of the harbour. Gym access at their other compound (2mins walk). Walking distance from everything. Comfortable rooms, plenty of space, good bathroom. Happy days.
Great location, right in the heart of China Town. A bit hard to get to by car, but it does have secure parking. If travelling this way, I would suggest you ask for instructions.
Room was much bigger than most Sydney budget hotel rooms, and...More
US$113 - US$272 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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