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Basic room, which is fine except it definitely wasn't cleaned before I arrived, especially the bathroom. Staff were very unhelpful and rude, this included coming into the room without knocking. Needs upgrade
Looking for a reasonably priced hotel for a night as had to attend last minute meetings in Sydney. So disappointed at just how bad the hotel was. No issue staying in a budget hotel but this hotel was shocking. The smell in the hall and...More
On the way to our room the hallway smelt like dirt and the room itself was Even worse, can't believe I paid over $100 nzd for this room and it was utter crap. Walls were old and patchy only one plug in the room, bathroom...More
It is a nice pub for a drink. Can be noisy at lunch time and the main upstairs sports bar was male dominant (which did not worry me) which had a good selection of sports TVs. There is a nice quiet cosy bistro area downstairs....More
Even if this is a budget hotel (it was more like a hostel), it shouldn't be as bad as it was. We stayed on the 3rd floor without a lift, the door to the shower was broken so you had to squeeze in, we had...More
US$58 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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