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The apartment was well appointed with great amenities and household equipment. Very centrally located. Close to Liverpool St station. BuIlding was secure and we felt very safe there. TV reception was very poor. Wifi works very well. Good size apartment for a small family.
See photos that tell the story. Don't stay here. They leave your apartment open with the keys on the table for check in and if you read the announcements in the building, you know they have had a problem with tramps and have started locking...More
The apartments are decent size for a single person or a couple living. Might be tight if you have kids as well. I arrived after a 14hr journey to find out that the house keys were not left in the door, so a one hour...More
Everything was perfect. Very clean and very well equipped. The bathroom is very spacious. However, the TV satellite always had scrambled service. We were left with a blank TV screen most of the stay. I found this to be very upsetting.
US$259 - US$380 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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