Travelodge Phillip Street Sydney City Hotel
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We paid $20 for 24 hours of internet connection. It stopped working in the morning while we were in the middle of planning our day's activities. Gave up and went to front desk where we were assured they would make it right. Found out this evening that they did nothing for us. Claimed they called the provider and it was working. Neither my laptop or my wife's tablet could connect for 1/2 hour this morning before we quit trying and left for the day. They LIE, and they don't care. You'd be better sleeping on a park bench than at this DUMP.
The lobby is always smoke filled from "club": that shares entrance.
The "bistro" is like a bad hospital cafeteria.
Recommend to a friend? Not even my worst enemy!
Worst hotel I've stayed in more than 25 years. Shame on Travelocity for associating with this place.
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