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Just spent 2 days in Sydney staying here. The staff were brilliant from the moment we arrived. At check in we were offered free wifi for our entire stay and were given drink vouchers by concierge staff on three different occasions. The beds are very...More
Stayed here Australia Day. Staff were very nice. We were upgraded free of charge. Room was spotless. I think it’s a great location right on Darling Harbour. The only criticism I do have was breakfast. Food was very limited. Baked Beans, bacon, eggs, chicken sausages...More
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Response from NovotelSydneyDHH, General Manager at Novotel Sydney on Darling HarbourResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking time to leave us with feedback from your recent stay. I will share your comments with our team, we always encourage our guests to provide feedback as it allows us to continuously strive to provide superior service and take...More
I met a long time girl friend of mine for a couple of drinks here. We enjoyed a couple of wines, were laughing & having a great time. We were shown amazing service from our Waitress Helen. She was so friendly & politely offered suggestions...More
The food here is sooooo delicious!!! The prawn rolls, I could eat a million. The tandoori chicken and calamari was equally as amazing.
Fantastic service from Helen, such a bubbly, friendly lady!! Such a relaxed yet classy atmosphere. Beautiful views of the harbour. I will...More
Very nice hotel and great value. Staff were very welcoming and friendly. I had an emergency last minute booking on the day and even though they were very full, they accepted along with a free upgrade to a harbour side view.
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I would not like to be overly specific but We had a superior harbour room view and it was about £150 per night. There are much better rooms on higher floors so they will obviously be more expensive. I would ad use that you... More
I would not like to be overly specific but We had a superior harbour room view and it was about £150 per night. There are much better rooms on higher floors so they will obviously be more expensive. I would ad use that you specify you want an unobscured view as there is now a new hotel ( the Sofitel ) which has been built in front and obscures some of the rooms view.