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As someone who has stayed at several Hostels ranging from $25 per night to $80 per night around the Sydney region and after reading the comments listed below I felt compelled to provide my own review. It should be noted I am just a guest,...More
Place was basic but the staff were very helpful and friendly stayed in family room which had 2 double beds kings cross train station was right across street which gave us access to all Sydney attractions on very lively street in darlinghurst
This is by far the worst hostel I've ever stayed in. The whole place is disgustingly dirty, the bathrooms being the worst. It looks like they're never cleaned, and worst of all, the toilet and the shower are in the space. Not in separate stalls,...More
The fact that the only 5 star review sounds like it was written by the owners themselves says so much about this hostel. I stayed at this place for around 2 weeks in April 2017 and I regrettably booked the whole stay in one go....More
My flight to Sydney was delay, reach hostel at 1130pm, the reception is closed, but they leave a number on the door for customer to call to arrange for check in after 11pm.
I tried to call but no answer. I managed to spoke to...More
US$ 16 - US$ 42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Tiger-flanked archways on Dixon Street mark the entrance to the “little Asia” of Sydney. A walk through Chinatown is a feast for the senses where aromas, tastes, sounds and visions of dancing tigers transport you to a different world. Chinatown visitors can expect a melting pot of Asian food at the neighbourhood's specialty delis and groceries. From yum cha to handmade noodles, BBQ ducks hanging in the
window to Asian sweets and bakeries, there is something for all tastes. Paddy’s Markets is the largest flea market in Sydney where you can find souvenirs, clothing, gifts and fruit and vegetables at unbeatable prices. At night, Chinatown comes alive with entertainment including theatre, nightclubs and bars that are open until the early morning.