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Great hospitality / wonderful experience / great location / personalised service. We enjoyed our stay thoroghly. We would love to go there again and also recommend this property to our friends and family
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First of all the good stuff. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable and the location was brilliant right on Darling Harbour but still easy walking distance to the CBD. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
However I was using a room originally booked for...More
The location is good and the rooms quiet. But the rooms are desperate for a renovation. Especially the carpets make you uncomfortable walking bare footed on. The bath tub also has got marks you hope they are not a lack of cleaning.
Booked n to the Hotel for a couple of days. Blake at the front desk checked me in and made me feel really welcome. I feel like i’m at home on top of the world. Thanks Blake for going the extra mile. I will be...More
As an accor member , I love the novotel brand and for a reason.
Location: bang on the darling harbour it offers lovely views of the harbour. Within a couple minutes you can hop into a ferry to circular quay or opera house or catch...More
Thank junaid k
Response from NovotelSydneyDHH, General Manager at Novotel Sydney on Darling HarbourResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear junaid k,
Thank your for taking time to leave us with feedback.I will share your comments with our team, we always encourage our guests to provide feedback as it allows us to continuously strive to provide superior service and take appropriate measures in those...More
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I would advise you to email the hotel and ask them to send you all the information on their babysitting service then you have it in writing directly from them. We didn’t have children with us therefore we didn’t look into it.
I would not like to be overly specific but We had a superior harbour room view and it was about £150 per night. There are much better rooms on higher floors so they will obviously be more expensive. I would ad use that you... More
I would not like to be overly specific but We had a superior harbour room view and it was about £150 per night. There are much better rooms on higher floors so they will obviously be more expensive. I would ad use that you specify you want an unobscured view as there is now a new hotel ( the Sofitel ) which has been built in front and obscures some of the rooms view.