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Terrible! Glad I found this place on TripAdvisor so I can review this. I last minute booked this place when I was in Sydney because I was thinking Hostel/Hotels in Sydney are just everywhere and 24/7 available. I was wrong. When I arrived, the Staff...More
Hostel was very dirty, staff were rude and unhelpful. There is luggage storage if you get there before checkin but it is in an open room without a door, did not feel comfortable leaving my stuff there. Reception closes early and opens late. Bad location,...More
Well I have a lot to say about this hostel. First of all do not stay in the 12 dorm room because the room smelled discusting, needed better ventilation. The showers smelled rotten and so did the kitchen.
I got punched in the face and...More
I have stayed in loads of hostels the last 6 months and I was really surprised when I came to Sydney at the lack of facilities there are in the hostels here. I was in a female dorm which was large and spacious and I...More
Great location in Downtown Sydney.. close to the train station.. walking distance to most of the things I wanted to do. Staff at the counter were friendly and helpful. Downsides is that it is in need of repair and dirty. I was staying in a...More
US$ 18 - US$ 77 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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