See why so many travellers make Quality Suites Camperdown their hotel of choice when visiting Sydney. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The rooms offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as paid internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Quality Suites Camperdown features a concierge. In addition, as a valued Quality Suites Camperdown guest, you can enjoy a lounge that is available on-site.
While staying at Quality Suites Camperdown, visitors can check out Chinatown (1.5 mi) and Darling Harbour (1.6 mi), some of Sydney's top attractions.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Tetsuya's, Feast Restaurant at Sheraton on the Park, and Sydney Tower Buffet, all of which are a short distance from Quality Suites Camperdown.
Best of all, Quality Suites Camperdown makes it easy to experience many great Sydney attractions like Sydney Jewish Museum, The Rocks Discovery Museum, and Justice & Police Museum, which are some popular history museums.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Quality Suites Camperdown as you experience all of the things Sydney has to offer.
The room was very aged, with a musty smell to it. Wifi was next to useless, but tv was nice. The bathroom was tiny, if you are bigger than a size 12 forget being able to use the toilet because the squeeze between the shower screen and Basin to access it is too small. The floor still had someone else's soap scum on it and the grout formally a light colour was black in patches. The saving grace of the place was that the female staff members were lovely and attentive to their customers needs.
Like you I read the reviews and was expecting a horrorshow! I booked through hotwire and didn't know which hotel I would get and read the bar reviews on here and panicked as The deal is non refundable 1. The room is pristine! 2. The Wi-Fi works 3. There is traffic noise but it's bearable 4. The bus into the city is outside the door 5. Area seems safe with coffee shops and restaurants For the price it's a good bargain!
I stayed this week, having used the property some years ago when it was branded as Quest. It was AWFUL! There were rarely any staff around the place, random people were wandering in and out of the building, it was noisy and the whole first floor had a very strange smell wafting through the place. Don’t even bother enquiring about this joint. Head into the city proper and you’ll get far better service and comfort.
Only good thing was that it was close to we’re we had to be. Cleanliness was much to be desired and the way the room was serviced explains why. The is no on site parking. You have to walk three streets away to park, with luggage, and getting in and out of the parking was ridiculous. Roller doors only opened half way, staff had to come and manually push it up. Lifts didn’t work. Spasmodic. Won’t be staying her again.
I stayed for two night as my husband was in RPA, wanted some were close, the room I had was nice, but as a Motel Manager of a country Motel I was disgusted in the state of the bathroom mould, (attention to cleaning would be good) hardly any hot water in the morning didn't have to use any cold water and no flannels. I also had a wake up call (that I did not organised), the air conditioner came on at 4am that rattled, when I went out in the morning, I was standing at the desk waiting as the gentleman was on a private call, I couldn't wait, (not good customer service for a 4 start Motel), when I came back that evening I spoke the lady and mentioned about the early morning wake up call & the air conditioner, she said that I don't know how that happened as she looked on the computer, as I left this morning, I told her that I got another wake up call, I wasn't overly impressed, the lady was helpful with ordering a taxi. Not worth the money.…