This stay was super - on our way to Darwin we stayed at budget Ibis Mascot - this hotel had windows we could open - the staff were friendly and helpful - looking like they enjoy there job. So handy to train station too Yep we will be back to this one Budget is off our list for a number of reasons such as terrible staff terrible room terrible food and terrible bar.
Traveller from NZ
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Marrickville Metro, Supa Centa Moore Park, and Enmore Theatre …More
Service overall has been good. However with Concierge service it could have been friendlier, I can see that they are busy with busy check out with a group just left before we came down. However a simple good morning or acknowledgement would have gone a long way instead of being a little moody.
In saying that all was good and we did enjoy our stay
Traveller from Perth
This 25-story hotel has pedestrian links to 2 of the city's most popular shopping precincts, the Pitt Street Mall and the …More
We flew in from Europe to Sydney so we were exhausted and I wasn't too happy having to wait for the shuttle so long. Not to mention, it costs per person each way. The staff was very friendly in reception and in the restaurant, though. And the food was very good. Our room was a bit sparse, but clean and the bed was excellent. Free wifi, too.
Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cahill Park and Kogarah Golf Course. Rockdale …More
It was very convenient to be near the airport for a morning international flight. The beds were comfortable with soft linens and good pillows, however the room was very small. The bathroom had a glass wall and door which I walked into a few times.
Situated in Mascot, this luxury hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Marrickville Metro, Supa Centa Moore Park, and Enmore Theatre …More
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Hugging the harbour, this district is a monument to sensitive urban planning, with well-preserved cobbled lanes and a Colonial streetscape marking it as Sydney’s oldest district. Locals and visitors mingle here amid designer boutiques, al fresco cafés, lively pubs, galleries, museums, and some of the city’s best restaurants. The weekend markets are not to be missed.