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Basic accommodation very close to Central station in Sydney.
We went for a double with shared bathroom, our room was on the first floor - showers and toilets on 2nd floor - clean.
The room was spacious with a sink and fridge in the room,...More
Inexpensive place to stay to explore Sydney from. It's not swanky, but the room was spacious and comfortable and has kitchen facilites. This can come in handy for snacks and taking a break from expensive restaurants.
You get exactly what you pay for in this hotel. It is a no frills experience but with plenty of space, comfortable beds and a good level of service I believe this represents very good value in a city with very expensive hotels. I definitely...More
stayed here one night was worst experience of my life, the room its self was ok clean and good enough to stay at bugdet price, altough i paid $90 for a budget room shared bathroom if u can call it a bathroom its a little...More
I stayed in a room that was facing a very busy street. I was really humid, so I had to keep the window open. As a result, it was hard to sleep at night. There was also no air conditioning, rather a fan was provided....More
US$71 - US$156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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