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I stayed here with my adult son for 4 nights. The staff were great and made up the sofa bed for us so we had separate sleeping areas. Facilities good and had all we needed. It's a bit dated but clean and comfortable. For what...More
Easy access to Wynyard, Darling Harbour and Bangaroo .Older style,however location is excellent and any problems are easily solved by the delightful receptionists.Our room was as expected for this price range.This was our second visit this year.Room 204 was quieter than room205.
We booked the Napoleon on Kent by price and after checking reviews, some good some bad. We were greeted by two lovely young ladies at reception and we were in our room no dramas. The room was clean and tidy and being situated under the...More
These units are a little shabby but perfect for a long weekend. The size is good and they are in a great location only minutes away from Darling Harbour and Wynyrd.
The road noise was not troubling at all.
They are 3.5 star rooms but...More
We stayed here one night before our cruise . Very very disappointed in the room. We ask for 4 beds due to having kids well all they have was a queen bed and sofa bed . We ask for rollaway but they were all taken....More
US$ 95 - US$ 165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms
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Australia > New South Wales > Sydney > Central Business District
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There was a balcony with most of the units. As for the wi-fi, it was free for 24 hours only with the room. Then it was pay as you go..... There is no lobby with this facility as it is more like a condo setup, rather than... More
There was a balcony with most of the units. As for the wi-fi, it was free for 24 hours only with the room. Then it was pay as you go..... There is no lobby with this facility as it is more like a condo setup, rather than a hotel, so no wi-fi in lobby.