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Really good hostel and great for going on nights out with other backpackers....... Shoutout to Nancy on travel desk who was amazing and went above and beyond, along with the other staff, everyone was always keen to help :)
We came here as a group and have lived here over a month. During our stay we have been split up and moved room nearly every week. No other hostel in Australia have I experienced anything like this. To be quite honest it feels like...More
Just leaving this review to be helpful to others. We stayed one night and overall it wasn't too bad, but obviously it is a backpackers so consider what type of experience you want.
If you are given a room on the first floor ask to...More
I am not sure what more to say but thank you so much for a wicked stay in Sydney. Your team are awesome and so attentive. The room was so nice and the bed was so comfortable. What a great vibe as well.
We stayed in a double room with ensuite (Room 227). There were many positive aspects: comfy bed and pillows, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, good shower, nice and clean. The location was great, being a short block's walk from the Town Hall train station.
USD 28 - USD 155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I used to work there as the activities role, basically using tipi ideally is the best way for you guys to see what's going on at the hostel, unfortunately it takes ages to sign up and no one reads the messages through tipi
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"Don't get a room on the street side. Room 227 was a nightmare if you value sleep."