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My wife and I stayed here for three nights mid July 2017. We are Acorr Platinum members and expected a couple of things a little different. We arrived at the same time as a group booking and waited for some time for assistance, fair enough...More
Room impression was nice, functional, clean and comfortable, colours were nice, view over Hyde Park was great. Bathroom was really showing its age, you could tell it was from the original Marriott days.
Our room was opposite the housekeeping rooms, they were very inconsiderate to...More
Location is good - views on the park excellent (room 1112). Room was spacious and comfortable. However it's lacking in details: pillows like lumps of wood, no bathrobes, cheap nescafe saches, not real (quality) coffee, old version iphone connection for the audio (who uses iphone...More
We booked here after staying at the Pullman Olympic park. The location was fabulous and our room over looked Wooloomooloo, Kings Cross district and Sydney Harbour. The room was a good size but it seemed like everything was minimal. Just 2 pillows in the whole...More
US$154 - US$375 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#40 Family Hotel in Sydney
#59 Luxury Hotel in Sydney
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Hi there, not sure if this is too late or not but we recently stayed at the Pullman and used the car park, we just checked in and parked our own car, the underground park entrance is to the side of the entrance, clearly... More
Hi there, not sure if this is too late or not but we recently stayed at the Pullman and used the car park, we just checked in and parked our own car, the underground park entrance is to the side of the entrance, clearly marked, we just pushed the button and were given a ticket, the gate opened. we went and parked then when we went to leave we put our ticket in the machine and the gate opened!! We did have a few problems because hubby lost his ticket and one time the ticket didn't work but we just pushed the intercom and gave our room number and the gate opened!! I believe they charge the parking to your room, (which a list of charges from parking, mini bar, breakfast room service etc, shows up on the TV when you turn it on so you can keep track of it), and you just pay when you check out!! Hope that helps!!
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"We had a room overlooking the park, the evening view was lovely."