My main memories are: 1) wifi available only in common areas, not in rooms; 2) rooms on the small side; 3) being allocated corner room next to utility spaces, with no offer to switch rooms; and 4) very poor response to lost property report.
This Travelodge is perfectly located for the Quay end of Sydney and whilst it is unapologetically modest in service and standard of appointment it does everything you need it to for a short stay and at an extremely competitive low price. It is very good all round value and the …
I stayed at the Travelodge for 4 nights recently, to attend a business conference at another location. I chose the Travelodge for it's convenience to my conference.
The hotel is really clean and my room was comfortable.
I did miss a bedside lamp as the overhead bed lighting di…
Was a surprisingly warm welcome, they checked us in early and looked after us.
Its in a great location for exploring. Internet good, room spotless. its only 15 minutes walk from the opera house and bridge
I stayed here as I was attending a function in the city, and the hotel was in close proximity to both the function and my office for work the next day.The beds were nice and soft, although as it was single bed in a twin room, the bed felt on the small side.The shower recess could…
"if travel with kid, can ask room with sofa bed, they will help to transform sofa bed into bed."
"Ask for an Elizabeth Street room"
"Ask for a higher room away from lifts/laundry etc. We had a room on level 9"
"It does not matter to choose a room on any level as all the rooms are the same."
"The lifts failed whilst we were at the Hotel but they were repaired within a short time."