Same as most Ibis'. Decent staff, clean rooms, very basic so overpriced. I stayed in late January and rooms were over $210 per night. There isn't even a bar fridge, just some stupid thing that keeps drinks a cool, by no means cold, temperature.
On their website it is advertised they have a swimming pool, but they actually mean, pay us $4.50 and we will give you a pass for the pool all the way down the road.
The tv's are old, fuzzy and crappy.
Housekeeping is a PAIN in the neck! Every morning they come knocking at yelling at 9am! It doesn't matter if you put the stupid 'I'm asleep' sign at your door, you can hear them knocking and hollering next door. So if you like to sleep in, this is not the hotel for you!!
We had an issue with our tv and they didn't come to fix it within 15 minutes so we got that night for free. So at least they keep that promise. But be careful, they tried to get out of it by claiming someone already came to the room (which they didn't as I waited with the door open).
$200+ a night is pretty pricey for such a basic hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ibis Sydney Olympic Park is in the heart of the Olympic precinct of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, only 20 minutes drive from the city centre and close to rail, bus and ferry services. The hotel features 144 rooms, two restaurants, a brewery bar andconference facilities shared with the adjacent Novotel Olympic Park. ... more less
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