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The room was small, stuffy, hot , I can barely around. There is no a/c, it's a 'prison' lookalike room.The place has sharing toilets concept , however, the toilets (on the 2nd floor)are dirty most of the time and we have to walk all the...More
Because up to the owner you will never get neither a quality communication nor a professional service.
I have booked an accommodation with these guys, and right after calling them and even before using my CC, when I requested to cancel the booking the Owner...More
The apartment is dirty, is not cleaned every day, as you can read on the information.
The bed is very uncomfortable, i couldn't open the window in my room.
There's no reception and when you arrive, in time or not, you have to wait for...More
The best thing about the apartments is their location. It is a five minute walk to Central station, may be fifteen minutes to Darling Harbour. The rooms are basic but cannot complain much about them. Towels are replaced daily. We stayed there for five days....More
Sinclairs has everything to be one of the best options in therms of accomodation in Sydney: its well located (15 minutes walk from Hyde Park, 15 minutes from George St., 10 minutes from Central Station), has good environment (looks very intimist like a family home),...More
Sinclairs Serviced Apartments are fully self contained and serviced weekly. Walk to Sydney CBD. 24 hour public transport at our door step. Trendy restaurants and cheap inner city cafes are within an easy walking distance. Ideal for the budget traveler looking for clean affordable accommodation in Sydney.
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