Seasons Harbour Plaza
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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An appartment hotell, laundry in room, kitchen but alarming that there is a high fee for firealarm, costly Wifi, close to Darling Harbour
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By the time we finished with the Garden, it was time to head over to the University. I left Ben to handle that while I headed back to the apartment to do work there.