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John Rozentals reports on staying at Metro Aspire Hotel, Sydney.

March 10, 2020 Reviews No Comments Email Email


Aspire Hotel : Ultimo

Address: 383-389 Bulwarra Rd, Ultimo NSW 2007.

Phone: (02) 9211 1499.

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Web: www.metrohotels.com.au.

Rooms: Room types include Premium, Premium Deluxe, Executive.

Price: from about $117 per couple per night.

Room stayed in: 414.

Wifi: Free and easily accessible in guest rooms.

Parking: Yes, undercover security parking available onsite, with charges $25 per night prebooked.

Aspire Hotel Ultimo

Dining & drinking: buffet breakfast in-house at Gumtree; wide selection of fresh fruits, cereals, breads, pastries and hot menu items in buffet; breakfast available 6.30-9.30am Monday to Friday, 6.30-10am weekends; bed-and-breakfast packages available. Restaurant and bar open 5pm seven days. Restaurant features dishes such as salt-and-pepper squid with home-made aoli, and genuine lamb korma. No wheelchair assistance available between room and restaurant.

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Swimming pool & gym: No.

Laundry & dry-cleaning: Yes, at extra charge.

Wheelchair assistance: No wheelchair assistance available.

Cooking facilities: No.

Mini-bar: No.

Individually controlled air conditioning: Yes.

In-room safe: Yes.

Iron and ironing board: Yes.

Cable channels: Yes.

Tea- and coffee-making facilities: Yes.

Comfort level: Good.

Gown/slippers: Yes.

Bathroom: Shower over bath. Handles provided.

Hot water: Plentiful, good pressure.

Towels: Good quality; plentiful.

Storage space: Adequate.

Desk & lighting: Adequate desk, natural light plus plentiful ceiling and in-wall lighting.

X-factor: Near inner-city location in a quiet street make this place near-irresistable. Only a very limited wine list gets in the way of making it my favourite inner-city accommodation. This hotel is a stroll to Darling Harbour, the International Convention Centre Sydney and First State Super Theatre. Families will enjoy visiting Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, the Maritime Museum and Chinatown, while Cockle Bay Wharf and King Street Wharf provide exciting eating options, as well as the place from which to explore the harbour by boat. The hotel is also easily accessible to the rest of the city through a myriad of transport options including light rail and city buses. Access to the airport, Blue Mountains and other attractions is from nearby Central Station.



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