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We were charged $300 for our room and it was an absolute DUMP! NEVER NEVER stay at this hotel. It is very run down and the staff is horrible. We arrived at 10pm to a locked front door and then while checking in we were...More
1 word says so much more!!
We left after 1 night!!
Here is a spray to get them away!!
Yeah right, how about better cleaning?
Everything is old and kitchen in the room... no there is a microwave.
Lift broken... for how long...More
Very disappointed in this accomodation. The bathroom floor was very dirty bed lamp didn't work although they replaced it for us. Pillows not up to standard. Wardrobe doors very difficult to slide and tracks very very dirty. Elevator in extreme need of service or repair....More
I booked this hotel solely because I needed a budget hotel that had its own shower and toilet for two nights whilst going to the supreme court. Location is fantastic just down the road from Kings Cross station and close to various restaurants and bars....More
Great value for money. Quiet room. Quiet air conditioner. Firm mattress - ask for extra pillows if you need them - only one thin pillow each in room. Good kitchenette facilities with food purchase options nearby. 24hr security reassuring. Old, especially the lift. Rooms -...More
Changing liquor laws are remodeling "The Cross," Sydney's red light district. These new rules have encouraged trendy cafes and boutiques to pop-up in the area, as well as organic markets on Saturdays. The area's nightclubs are still popular with youngsters, however, who will dance to the early morning hours on weekend nights. There are plenty of artifacts from Kings Cross' shady past when gangsters and liquor
houses owned the place. Today, one can still find a variety of adult entertainment venues in this evolving area.