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Learn how to ride an ocean wave in the warm waters of Seal Rocks, situated 3 hours from Sydney on the North Coast. This untouched area is renowned for its dolphins and marine life. The surf camp borders on Myall Lakes National Park where there is an
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The hotel is clean, but the one thing you'll find when staying here is that it everything is very tight. Our hotel room has barely any extra space for walking past the bed, much less put our suitcases in places where we won't step on them. Other than that, service is good, and the washroom is decent. The shower includes a rain shower, which is impressive for a hotel of this caliber. Situated in the middle of the CBD, it is also easy to find restaurants and shopping centers only a few blocks away.
Great for how much you pay. Amazing location (v close to Town Hall), everything is functional and clean. The decor also looked fancier than what you were paying, which was a pleasant surprise!
Great rooms! Bed's comfy, cleaners do very well at their job and the price is pretty good. Only downside is, the location's not very good - bit far from many major attractions
This hotel location is perfect.. It is in the middle of sydney CBD. It surrounded by 3 train station, which are Central Station, Town Hall Station, and Museum Museum Station.. You Can walk nearly to Darling harbour area, and also to Hyde Park area .. The Hotel room is also very clean so you can sleep comfortably after you have a recreation all day..
Terrible! Only one star for its location, near everything and walking distance from the best attractions. No more stars due to Little details that summed up. From the first email where they offered 5%off plus free breakfast daily IF we payed cash in advanced, then when we confirmed we'd take the offer they argued and discussed to NOT honour their offer. In the end they told us that if we were going to insist on the breakfast we should find another place but, of course pay the fee for cancellation. So we had to go, they agreed to give us a further 5% discount instead. On arrival the staff not even making eye contact, the receptionist had a terrible cold (don't put him in there if he's sick!) We sadly discovered they have the smallest and most uncomfortable rooms ever! Specially for 4 people. There is hardly any storage room to put things. Not even anything to hang the 4 wet towels. There's a sign in the bathroom saying that the fire alarm is on the lowest setting so the steam could set it off and you'd pay the fine so take colder showers and wait in the bathroom until the steam clears. With that threat I was afraid of farting! No little toiletries or face towels. Cheap coffee/tea so bring your own. One evening we came into the room to discover the maid hadn't left ANY towels and didn't take the dirty coffee mugs from that morning nor left any more coffee sachets or more milk and water in the fridge (they do charge the water bottles so bring your own or drink and fill the kettle with tap water) We had to buy our own milk for our coffees. The hair dryer didn't work, the aircon was not working properly (and was in Fahrenheit) so we either froze or boiled to death. The safe in the "wardrobe" was locked, couldn't open it to use it. The hallway smelled like fart, the carpet in the room was filthy and their "amenities" were a joke. The PAID internet was rubbish, difficult to even detect it and the connection kept dropping, not efficient at all. Guess who is not coming back or recommending it to their friends