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Great apartment with cooking facilities, excellent shower and very clean and comfortable beds! Excellent lounge/ kitchen area and plenty of room for a roll away! Staff were very accommodating, parking extra but ideal and secure location. Also able to open the window which is fantastic!...More
We stayed here for a weekend which happened to coincide with Chinese New Year celebrations, so possibly this is why we had a noisy weekend. The apartment itself was well appointed, the bed was comfortable, the rooms were clean and the kitchen well appointed. There...More
The apartments are an annex to the main apartment block around the corner. This meant coming in a security door and heading to the elevator with no reception or security - not the most comfortable situation if you're coming back in the early hours of...More
We stayed for a week for the tennis and chose this apt block as it was close to the trams, Crown etc. Apartments were very nice and clean but the building itself was very rundown and old. We needed to open a securuty door ourselves...More
US$2 - US$7 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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