The Hotel couldn't be in a better place, across the road from parking and the Monorail train stop it is also a short walk from Darling Harbour restaurants, clubs and attractions.
I stayed in a studio room, but it was bigger than many double rooms I have stayed in. Clean, big and spacious rooms with decent sized bathroom and full oven and kitchen also included. I will not only stay here again but will also recommend to friends and family. Excellent staff and excellent hotel overall.
Reading other reviews of this hotel, I had some trepidation with our choice. However, this was promptly allayed when I checked into the hotel. The person on the desk was friendly polite and helpful, and even gave us an upgrade from a studio to a one bedroom apartment. However, the first room was not to our liking, only in the fact that we like to have a balcony. He cheerfully moved us to another room, but still made it an upgrade. The room was very clean and tidy and met all our expectations. Throughout our three day stay, I only encountered friendly and helpful staff and would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. I still am bewildered by some of the other reviews.
A nice clean apartment, although a little pricey for what it is.Good location.Friendly staff
Accessible to everything, great location.
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1.19 km / 0.74 miles from Darling Harbour
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This shady, narrow thoroughfare is marked by a pair of ornate dragon gates perched at each end of Dixon Street. You’ll know them by their fake bamboo tiles, gold Chinese calligraphy, and elaborate lions meant to repel evil spirits. Dating from the 1920’s, Sydney’s Chinatown is home to a variety of authentic shops, food markets, and restaurants.
As Sydney’s premier entertainment venue, Darling Harbour is home to many of the city’s most popular attractions. Catch a film at the IMAX Theatre, explore Australian history and culture at the Powerhouse Museum, spend the afternoon at the Star City Casino, or see a show at the Lyric Theatre. There is plenty of open space at the Chinese Garden of Friendship and a variety of harbour cruises departing regularly.
Marvel at this Philip Cox-designed giant on Darling Harbour’s western shore, with its roof that dangles from steel masts and rounded glass facade. The Convention & Exhibition Centre plays host to a number of national and international events each year and is also a leading green venue, from its water and energy plan to the produce used in the kitchen.
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