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All reviewsdarling harbourgreat locationrooms are smallmaritime museumlight raillyric theatrestar casinobuffet breakfastshort staybed was very comfortableeasy accessan upgradeopera housepyrmontferriestransportcafes
Good location, walking distance to everything down at Darling Harbour but the room we has was tiny and a bit dated. Plenty of amenities, but I think in need of a bit of a facelift. Thought it was a little bit pricey.
2 chairs Instead of one would be useful. .? Space to put travel luggage. Clean, compact, have to organise your own parking. Has own restaurant downstairs, also a Bar and coffee shop. Easy walking to many attractions and ferries.
Centrally located in a very active part of the city. Close to shopping, restaurants, ferry, hop on hop off tour bus. Good buffet breakfast on site. Free safety deposit boxes. Very clean, modern room, friendly staff.
I stayed here for business and then extended my stay for a couples weekend away. We were actually there to enjoy Vivid Sydney.
Business wise - excellent location as I was meeting at the International Convention Centre and it was a short 5-7 minute walk....More
I recently stayed at the Ibis with a friend because it was central to wherever we needed to go . It’s close to the light rail , pubs and restaurants.
This is a return trip as we really loved the friendly atmosphere, the egg chairs...More
Thank Janelle C
Response from NovotelSydneyDHH, General Manager at Ibis Sydney Darling HarbourResponded 3 days ago
Dear Janelle C,
Thank you for taking the time to post a review following your recent stay. I am pleased to read that you had an enjoyable time and found the hotel suitable for your visit to Darling Harbour. I have taken on board your...More
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