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We wanted a place just to sleep while visit the city, and this meet the requierements for it.
It´s really old and it would need a good bunch of money to make it better, but the feeling is that they´re not going to do anything...More
I accidentally left 1 shoe here on Sunday. I rang straight away the next day when I realised and apparently the housekeeper had already thrown it out! I thought they would keep it for at least 24 hrs or maybe called the owner as they...More
Old hotel. Great for the price…budget. Friendly helpful staff. Single Mum with pre-teen traveller. Didn't feel unsafe.
Tea/coffee provided in the rooms(but no spoon) & a small fridge.
Child complained that mattress was uncomfortable, but I found them ok.
Towels were provided, but only one...More
Probably the worst hotel I have stayed in for years but must be judged on value and location. Loved being so close to Glebe and being to able to explore one of Sydney's more interesting suburbs.
At the price available today, one cannot expect a...More
I really dreaded booking this hotel but was on a very tight budget. Previous reviews have been very harsh. I believe its been rated against top hotels rather than against other budget hotels.
As a mother travelling alone with her teenage daughter for uni exams...More
US$59 - US$346 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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An inner city suburb along the water, Glebe has a deep-rooted sense of cultural history and heritage. It originated as a semi-rural resort for the well-to-do, but has transformed into a student-centric melting pot. Visit Glebe Point Road for ethnic cuisine as standard as Mexican, Indian, Italian and Chinese, or as diverse as Spanish, Bavarian, Polish, Czech and Lebanese. You will find that Glebe is accepting of the
eccentrics and aboriginals that roam the streets, integrating students and people of all economic statuses into the multi-cultural fabric that distinguishes this suburb. Glebe Foreshore is a great destination for a leisurely walk along the Bay, and the Saturday market is a great scene for bargain hunters.