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Handy location and pretty good price and the rooms are quite large. The bed was super soft and comfy. Other than that its pretty crap. Needs major refurbish. Its pretty much a few rooms dedicated to the hotel and the rest is a massive apartment...More
Run downs. Noisy air conditioner - sounded like a badly tuned jet engine. Bath shower actually felt so cramped it was a bit dangerous. Room looks and feels like a bunker. I agree with other reviewers the whole place smelt like the back of a...More
Very convenient location as an overnight stay prior to and after a cruise. We were able to check in our luggage on arrival and go exploring and there is a taxi rank at the door for a taxi to Circular Quay the next morning. On...More
The room I stayed in was on the 9th floor and smelt like stale Chinese food. The floor in the kitchenette was so dirty and sticky that I had to wear shoes the entire time I was there. The room overall was very dirty with...More
My room on the 6th floor smelt damp. The passage smelt of smoke despite it being a non smoking floor.
The floor carpet in the room was warped, the kitchen and bathroom panelling peeling and the iron stained a shirt. The wall tiles in the...More
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