$289 for a shoebox at the back of the hotel is extremely poor value. Not even a proper wardrobe nor drawers. Sure glad it was only for one night. Staff not very competent. They even billed us for a different client upon checkout. Won't be returning.
Worst hotel ever! Tiny rooms, lousy services and way too expensive. I will never stay at Ibis again. I do not recommend anyone stay here. We feel totally ripped off.
very ordinary hotel which badly needs to be udated, will not stay there again
The costs of the breakfast I believe is well above the standard and the other hotels I have stayed in previously. Apart from that the stay was fine
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0.98 km / 0.61 miles from Darling Harbour
Standard 1 queen bed pyrmont view - nonrefundable
Standard 2 single beds pyrmont view - nonrefundable
Superior 1 queen bed harbour view - nonrefundable
Superior 2 single beds harbour view - nonrefundable
Room with 1 double and 2 singles - nonrefundable
Standard 1 queen bed pyrmont view
Standard 2 single beds pyrmont view
Superior 1 queen bed harbour view
Superior 2 single beds harbour view
Room with 1 double and 2 singles
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As the closest beach to the Sydney CBD, Bondi Beach is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. It tends to be crowded, but the waves are good and the warm water makes this the perfect place for a swim. If the ocean’s not your thing, head to one of the beach’s two saltwater pools—ideal for families with small children.
This famed Sydney vantage point has been offering uncompromising views of the harbour for more than 150 years. According to legend, the chair was carved from a rock for Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s wife, Elizabeth, who loved to come to this spot and enjoy the view. To get to Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, head to the eastern edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens; admission is free.
Opened in 1991, the art-deco Museum of Modern Art offers a constantly rotating schedule of exhibits for native Australian artists as well as international painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, multi-media and installation artists and more. The works on exhibit tend toward the cutting edge and many are sexually explicit or emotionally disturbing, so the MCA may not be appropriate for young children.
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