Meriton Serviced Apartments Danks Street, Waterloo
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMeriton Serviced Apartments Danks Street, Waterloo Sydney
We were disappointed with our stay at this Meriton. Having stayed at the Meriton in Herschel Street in Brisbane where standards of customer service and quality are top notch, our expectation of this Sydney Meriton were not met. The location in Surrey Hills is good, near the bus stop to take you to the Harbour. Welcome on arrival by the guy on reception was warm and friendly. The duplex apartment we were allocated was very spacious. However, consistency in quality was distinctly lacking - kitchen was grubby (eg food residue in fridge, dining table on balcony was dirty), rack in oven was missing, lights in living room flickered, one of bedside lights didn't work in bedroom, TV sceen very shadowy and the worse was cockroaches. We reported these issues to reception following day and whilst some were resolved not all inc cockroaches. Such a shame, it's not a cheap serviced apartment to stay in and we didn't feel we got value for money or consistency in terms of quality and service.
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