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Medina Grand Sydney

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Medina Grand Sydney


 
 
 
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Medina Grand Sydney offers hotel apartments in the heart of Sydney and is an ideal location with handy access to Darling Harbour, Haymarket, Chinatown, Ultimo, Circular Quay and the Sydney CBD.

Surrounding us are a myriad of local eateries from simple cafes to fine dining restaurants and there are plenty of cuisine choices.

If you are travelling on business, regional corporate centres are close at hand. And for leisure guests, there is easy access to shopping at premium brand stores, boutiques and major department stores…there's so much close at hand at Medina Grand Sydney.
  • Central location in Sydney's CBD, only minutes from major retail stores.
  • 5 minutes walk to Darling Harbour & Cockle Bay
  • Movie theatres at door
  • 10 minute walk to Entertainment Centre, China Town, Capitol Theatre
  • Undercover walk to city retail centre & Queen Victoria building
  • Undercover walk to Town Hall railway station



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Overview



Superbly located in the CBD, surrounded by cosmopolitan cafes, bistros & restaurants, gyms & shopping, Medina Grand Sydney has 144 one, two & three bedroom serviced apartments, ideally suited to both short and long stays, along with studio rooms.

Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, Medina Grand Sydney is your ideal base. Step out for a leisurely stroll through the specialty stores of the Queen Victoria Building or Pitt Street Mall, enjoy easy access to premier tourist spots such as Sydney Centrepoint Tower, Chinatown, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre & Hyde Park, enjoy the nightlife at Darling Harbour, or take the train or bus to Circular Quay and The Rocks.

Enjoy Sydney, knowing the relaxing ambience of your Sydney Apartment Hotel awaits. Wind down in the sauna, take a dip in our heated swimming pool or work out in our fully equipped gym, then relax in the comfort of your apartment with in-room movies, cable TV or get online with broadband access.

The dedicated team at Medina Grand Sydney are on call to ensure your stay is both comfortable and memorable.

Google Reviews



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Review date:   December 11, 2017 12:32PM
 
Review:   Stayed for 3 nights with my family. Nice and clean. Well equipped with all the necessary amenities like washing machine, dryer, oven, dish washer etc. High recommended as it's also well located next to Town Hall Station and walking distance to shopping malls n Chinatown.
 
Author:   Maurice Low
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   December 10, 2017 6:56PM
 
Review:   Booked a room with a balcony and it looked at a concrete wall could have reached out and touched. No mention of that when booking.When asked to change room's charged extra. Would have booked elsewhere for that price!! No complimentary milk each day. Television is tiny. Don't be more than average height in shower or your head scrapes ceiling. Shower pressure very poor hard to rinse hair. Only thing good I'd say was location and room was clean.Otherwise not happy.
 
Author:   Andrea Zentai
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   December 7, 2017 8:21AM
 
Review:   Beware, the hotel is noisy, both from traffic noise and street noise from the bars and pubs nearby. The rooms are a good size, but old and in need of a full renovation. The TV remote did not work properly, the exhaust fan was noisy, the bath mixer was stuck, and the gym equipment is very tired, old, and mostly needs replacing. The rooms should have a luggage rack, and the reception staff were polite, but some (not all) were not friendly at all; not rude, just not friendly.
 
Author:   Joseph Byrne
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   October 28, 2017 5:31AM
 
Review:   Staff that appear perpetually confused, temperamental door cards and distinctly average linen and amenities. Which is not to say I'm being elitist, I can be happy in a hostel, but for what it is it's overpriced. Thankfully I wasn't paying but having spent a night I feel no inclination to return when I next need a room in Sydney, there are better, and cheaper, options.
 
Author:   Lachlan Hibbert-Wells
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   October 4, 2017 7:32PM
 
Review:   Great apartments staffed by really friendly team. We were lucky enough to get a top floor apartment and the view was brilliant. Large living space and well appointed kitchen too.
 
Author:   Simon Lamb
 
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