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Location is very convenient - right smack in the spine of the city, George St. Perfect for the backpacker. Hostel is over all clean and safe. One thing though, unless you have earplugs with you, do not pick the bed next to the dorm window...More
Was pretty pleased this place had an elevator so I didn't have to cart my heavy luggage up so many stairs. Receptionist was really friendly. Room was completely basic with a bed, bin and mirror. Was clean although carpet was stained and ratty.. But to...More
Very clean, nice and quiet. I stayed in an 8 bed dorm. Staff very helpful and friendly. The common room left a little to be desired people only went in to use the free wifi. Nothing else to do in it. There is a bar...More
The price was great but when I was there the wifi was out which made international communication super hard. The rooms and bathrooms were very clean but the reception area smelled like frat house and the floor was sticky.
The location was the best part...More
So this place is located perfectly for anyone to see the city, just on the edges of China town and Korea town.
The staff were all extremely friendly and helpful and could not do enough to help. The bathrooms were cleaned regularly as was the...More
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