I really enjoyed the indoor heated pool, spa and steam room. The rooms were very well kept and in good condition.
We received an early Check in as we had just got back from an overseas flight, this was much appreciated. The porters did a great job having our bags up in the room when we arrived, as well as holding them until later on the day we left Sydney. These are small but very useful services that make the ...
Great hotel to stay. Only complaint but an important one is the complete lack of any towel rails for bath towels and the hand towel in the bath room (a hook behind the door doesn't make up) and the lack of a safety rail in the shower in case of slipping.
I had access to the lounge but on the schedule it was a mis print where the bteakfast would start at 6:00am instead of 6:30
Great position, lots to see in the area. Prompt and friendly service. If there was any down side it was the Sydney roads with all of the works making it hard to get into.
Perfect location - near Wynyard, short walk to Circular Quay, the Rocks, Darling Harbour and other Sydney attractions. Room was spacious, comfy bed, soft pillows and super quiet. Room was well equipped with 2 TVs, full kitchen, and comfy lounge area. We stayed for 2 nights and couldn’t have asked ...
Neat and tidy, good location. Friendly staff. Good comfortable beds, clean bathroom.
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