The room (King Deluxe) was smaller than I would have expected. This "Deluxe" room is almost entirely filled by the bed!
The main complaint I have -- that they could fix -- is the lack of storage: in the room, there's one cabinet half used up already (by a fridge, etc). That's it for your clothes, enjoy living out of your bag. The bathroom could use a few additional, little shelves (one in the shower, one by the sink). As it stands there are none even though there are places they could easily fit them without them getting in the way.
The room was also a little worse for wear -- our towel rack was hanging by a thread on its hinges, and a few of the lights were out.
The 'no outlook' as promised is a serious promise: you get practically no light in your room because you look out at a small 'courtyard' of perhaps 10 square meters.
The layout of the room could have been though through better, too -- because of its poor design, it was awkward and the light that did come in through the window was wasted on the shelving unit.
I'd have given this a rating of 2, but I think some of my complaints are likely standard for a Sydney room (specifically, the small size). I'd recommend upgrading to the Suite if at all possible: the extra space along with the light from real windows seems like it'd be well worth it.
Someone said wifi internet was expensive -- the price is $10/day, which isn't unusually high of a price in my opinion, plus they have a computer downstairs you can use for free (with a printer, which is a nice touch).
Also I'm fairly certain there are prostitutes that walk the street this hotel is on. If that's something you're not keen on, I'd recommend booking somewhere else.
(PS: a shuttle might end up a better way to get here than a taxi depending on your group size; the taxi was near $60, shuttles seem to be < $16 per person).
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