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A good price for Sydney central but I was on the 4th floor and there are no lifts. Hard to carry heavy bages up the stairs. A small room but modernised and comfortable. Towels were in good condition and the room was clean.
Rooms are clean.
Very convenient location in the city.
Would struggle with too much luggage as there is no lift.
No car park
Beds are comfortable and rooms are quite for a good night sleep.
A bit tricky to find the entrance on Hunter street...More
Great location but you have to be in a position to carry your bags up rather steep uncarpeted staircases. No lift. This would not be suitable for the elderly or families with young children. My room was on the 4th floor and I had to...More
Accommodation at a premium in the City due to a number of big events hence our choice of this budget hotel. Our room was clean a little dated and perhaps a little noisy with people climbing the many wooden stairs returning home late but we...More
Be prepared to carry your bags upstairs, no elevator. Receptionist was very thorough and friendly. Room was queen with ensuite. Room was small but sufficient. Decor a little dated. Overall a good stay. Comfy bed, good pillows and room and ensuite were clean.
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