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Only 400 metres down George St from Town Hall Station, these apartments are close to Chinatown and Darling Harbour. The rooms are spacious but tired and in need of a facelift. Three appliances did not work and the Internet was intermittent. The curtains did not...More
We were worried about staying here because of reviews. But the apartment was good everything we needed.our only complaints was the noise from the road. Especially one night jackhammers right out front, 1230 at night. Also dont expect reception staff we were there a week...More
After reading the mixed reviews, we were a bit sceptical on what we were going to get. We travelled with another couple and had separate 1 bedroom apartments. The foyer was a bit messy and drab looking but what must have been once an elite...More
Stayed at the apartment for a week and could not fault it. everything was clean and the bed was comfortable. The apartment had everything we needed for a weeks stay, with washing machine and dryer. The only down side was the 3 flights of stairs...More
We just returned from an 8 night stay at the Waldorf Sydney CBD Apartments.
We arrived in the evening and knowing that reception was closed, I emailed beforehand to enquire about an entry code. I was emailed the 4 digit code. At the apartments, I...More
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