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I was at this hotel for 4 night in April 2018.
just 3 min from hotel to South Yara station
breakfast is good and acceptable
Internet is terrible
toilet and bathroom clean 2 times in day and was very good
staffs were kind and helpful
Clean but very small rooms. The toilets/bathrooms are cleaned twice a day, once at midnight when you can hear the cleaner slamming things about as you try to sleep. Even when your halfway down from them.
In a room with one bunk bed, only the...More
I have stayed at this hotel on 10+ occasions either alone or with friends without an issue. My mother rang me last week to tell me she is coming to visit me for 4 nights and asked me to book her accommodation because she isn't...More
Stayed in a 6 bed female dorm for two nights in March.
Pros : a 2 minute walk from South Yarra railway station
: friendly, helpful staff
: beautiful old building
: breakfast included in price which consisted of cereals, toast, spreads, tea/coffee/fruit juice
When somewhere is cheap, you expect that 'it is what it is'. Rooms can be small, basic and a shared bathroom is acceptable. Unfortunately for the Hotel Claremont, while it ticks all these basics boxes at a basics price it misses the key requirement, sleep...More
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