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1. Location is Great.
2. Trevor who is of great assistance at the Front desk.
1. I stayed on the 1st Floor (Suite 1). You can hear the traffic very clearly during the nite esp the Buses, Motorcycles and people shouting/talking...More
3 Thank BryanC74
Response from CarringtonSydney, General Manager at Carrington ApartmentsResponded 8 January 2013
I am pleased this review clearly states they stayed in apartment 1 on level 1 which enabled my to identify their concerns.
All guests booked at the advertised rate as stated on all web sites are guaranteed a one bedroom apartment on level 4 (five...More
You really will not beat this hotel for the location. Well worth it if you are on a budget and there are a few of you, the apartment has everything that you will need in your stay in sydney so you can save even more...More
You can't beat this location in the very centre of the city. 5 mins to Circular Quay OR Darling Harbour. The apartments are huge and well equipped with everything you could need, really are self contained. And were in the middle of refurbishment when my...More
The Carrington is slap bang in the middle of Sydney. We stayed in room 35 which is at the back of the building so no view but is very quiet and away from the noise of York St. The apartment is very spacious and has...More
First impressions arnt good as you walk in the front doors.
But as per usual I wasnt there to holiday.
I had things to do and places to go wich is why i go back there.
There is the Menzies across the road if you...More
The Sydney Central Business District is abuzz with energy. Power brokers run to and from high rise buildings and after-work drink places, high-end shoppers tour venues like the QVB, and fine diners frequent the many celebrity chef restaurants. For a dose of culture, walk to the NSW Art Gallery, or visit the Sydney Museum. To escape the hustle and bustle, reconnect with nature at the Sydney Botanical Gardens
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