Canberra Waldorf Apartments Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCanberra Waldorf Apartments Hotel
Big plus-Very nice accommodation and well situated.
One thing we found odd and the first time we have come across this is even though you are paying for accommodation they also charge you $15 a day for parking your vehicle which is a big minus for us.
The restaurant is run separately to the hotel but is still combined and we have to say that our first impression was not good. The girl serving (who turned out to be the manager) was rude and cold but she did do a good job. We both ordered Eggs Benedict, 1 with bacon, 1 with salmon. We were the first in and only people ordering off of the menu yet had to wait for ages for our meals. When they came out the muffins were not toasted, the eggs were over done and had been cooked using too much vinegar and the hollandaise sauce was the packet kind and was tasteless.
In saying this all the other staff were great, the coffee was lovely and the other food we had was ok.
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On leaving Cheshunt we headed off to 3 nights in Canberra to visit the capital.
We were booked in at the Waldorf on London apartments and our room was lovely, our only gripe was the extra $15 a day were charged to park our car there. As far as we are concerned it should be included in the price. Our first experience with the restaurant/cafe …
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