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1 bedroom apartment was spacious and plenty of natural light. I agree for a 4 star hotel... it is not. It is in a very central location (right next to Dixon foodcourt).
Some people have mentioned weird Chinese food smell, I came prepared with scented...More
Hotel looked great on the Internet when I booked it. Good location and price pn other than that it's a bit of a run down . Damaged and worn marks everywhere defiantly seen better days and you had to pay for wifi ! Defiantly wouldn't...More
We stayed at seasons in November, and the experience was very good. Staff was very good and polite, 24*7available. Rooms were small but cosy. Location is very good.
Just 5-10 mins walk from famous attractions like madam tussads, sea life, Sydney tower n sky walk...More
Handy location and pretty good price and the rooms are quite large. The bed was super soft and comfy. Other than that its pretty crap. Needs major refurbish. Its pretty much a few rooms dedicated to the hotel and the rest is a massive apartment...More
Run downs. Noisy air conditioner - sounded like a badly tuned jet engine. Bath shower actually felt so cramped it was a bit dangerous. Room looks and feels like a bunker. I agree with other reviewers the whole place smelt like the back of a...More
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