the hotel had mixed up my booking which i did through this website. i had booked 2 rooms, and 1 was upgraded due to the mix-up, which took almost an hour for them to fix, and didn't communicate what was going on, i had to wait in the foyer that whole time not knowing what was happening. the lift card and room card kept stuffing up, and we constantly had to get it fixed.
Extremely rude & unprofessional staff, Poor service. Dirty room with broken appliances. No soap, handwash, body lotion (even though there were refillable canisters attached to the wall). Shower head so calcified that very little water actually made it through & the water that did sprayed in all kinds of odd directions. Very noisy. Good location but several other hotels within a few streets. I reccommend staying at ANY of the others. The backpackers at the end of the road is a much nicer, friendlier place to stay.
I will never EVER stay at Metro again. A very bad experience all up.
Stayed 6 nights to see city sights. Excellent location . Lovely staff and nice clean room. I was up-graded from what I booked so was pleasantly surprised. My only 2 grumbles would be no self serve laundry facilities for a long stay and the shower was dreadful to regulate.You either burnt your butt or froze it. (Bath was fabulous after walking all day).Graet value if your on a tight budget!!!
My fiance and mother inlaw stayed in the hotel, they thought it was really comfortable the staff were very helpfull.They would stay again
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1.32 km / 0.82 miles from Sydney City
Deluxe Double - 1 double bed
Deluxe Twin - 2 twin (single) beds
Superior Queen - 1 queen bed
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Once known as the Sydney Guitar School, the AIM was founded in 1968 by Dr. Peter Calvo. From humble beginnings, the school has grown to be one of the best places in Australia to train in music, performing arts and entertainment management. There’s a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses, lessons and programs for young musicians and a full schedule of student performances throughout the year.
Concealed in the historic Haymarket district, the Capitol Theatre was actually a market when it was first built in the late 1800s. Saved from the wrecking ball in 1981 and the beneficiary of a multi-million dollar renovation and restoration, the theatre now hosts some of Sydney’s biggest events, from concerts by international superstars to the latest West End and Broadway smash hits.
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