Mountway Holiday Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMountway Holiday Apartments Perth
Location of the apartments is great with only a few minutes walk to the city centre. The actual apartments were very worn down, the blinds were broken so had to use blankets over the doors. One of the mattresses was a thin foam sheet and not very uncomfortable. Other than that it was just very basic but clean. Could do with a bit of work but was happy in general with the location and equipment provided in the apartment.
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