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I found our overall stay here quite enjoyable. I had requested an early check-in, and called ahead of time and was advised that they would call me when a room becomes available (as it was the weekend and also I had requested a room with...More
This experience was among the worst of any of my hotel stays. We stayed here for 3 nights and not one night were my partner and I actually able to sleep. The room we were given was riddled with problems, none of which were fixed...More
Not as nice as it looks. Small bathroom, everything was old and the parking is ridiculous. EVERY time you enter the car park you have to collect a new ticket and pay $35! We decided to take a taxi couple times as it was cheaper....More
Stayed in a self contained unit, tea, coffee, sugar and mini milks were provided free of charge so the tea making facilities were good. The bed was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on, the service from staff was excellent, the location was...More
This would have to be the worst hotel I have stayed in, in Australia.
Called reception and they gave us the wrong address, after finally finding the parking check in was fine. The hallways are dark, dirty and smelly, our room 822 was dirty and...More
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