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I have been to the Sydney university village on december 2016. I requested for swap room during the period as I found many small cockroaches in the toilet area, as well as in the living area. I had requested to swap room for the following...More
When reading this review it is important to know that we stayed in January the hottest month in Sydney. Over the 3 days we stayed here the temp was 36 to 40 degrees.
This location is normally student accommodation, but "transforms" into a hotel during...More
We booked into St john's college, university of Sydney, over the new year period. The university lets out rooms during the holiday period. The room was comfortable with en suite facilities, no air con but it did have a fan. Overall it was excellent value...More
Lovely place to stay, shame about the selfish people who are staying there who like to set the fire alarm of at least once if not twice a night in the early hours. They also like to make a lot of noise during the night,...More
This hotel is located just off King Street In Newtown, a street with great restaurants, shops and character. It is easy enough to find although finding somewhere to park while checking in can be a bit of a hassle.
As I was staying there on...More
US$60 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A Bohemian inner-west suburb known for its alternative music scene, Newtown is a diverse community offering a multitude of restaurants, art galleries, performance spaces, thrift stores and bars. Home of some of the best live music venues in the city, shows can be found everywhere from the official theatres to the neighbourhood pubs. From its humble beginnings as a neighbourhood primarily known for its many Thai
restaurants, Newtown has evolved into a foodie's paradise with a delightful array of highly innovative cuisines from around the world. It is still possible to eat on a budget, but if you crave a more sophisticated menu, Newtown will not disappoint.