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All reviewstrain carriagebig kitchenweekly ratefemale dormlarge lockersdorm roomcommon areaslounge areayour luggagea lot of noisestayed here for nightswould stay here againfree breakfastbeds were comfortablewe've stayedlight sleeperperfect location
I stayed at YHA Railway square with a group of friends, and it was exactly what we were after! We only stayed a night, so we didn't get to use much of the communal areas, but they seemed very clean and friendly. The rooms were...More
I' ve spent 4 days in a Train carriage, top location, close to everything. Superfriendly atmosfere, a great place for indipendent travellers
I suggest this accomodation to all sort of ages, if you're travelling in a car, beware there are not many parking
Service and staff were great. Polite, quick to help and very helpful.
Plenty of toilets and showers in the bathrooms which were very clean, quite low water pressure when more than 3 showers are in use though. Wish showers were a tad bigger.
Stayed 2 nights in a private room with shared bathrooms. Clean and spacious areas. Quieter than staying in nearby hotels that are on busy streets. Very easy access from Central railway station. And an easy walk along George Street to Circular Quay for Harbour Bridge...More
I've been in this hostel for a very long time! In a fantastic location at the beginning of Sydney's CBD, Railway Square YHA features a very big kitchen and a very big "living room", with sofas and a TV Room. But the best thing is...More
Response from YHA_Backpacker | Property representative |
Hi - there are two types of four share rooms at the hostel. The ones in the carriages are next to Central station but have double glazed windows. There is some noise though. Otherwise, ask for the four share rooms in the... More
Hi - there are two types of four share rooms at the hostel. The ones in the carriages are next to Central station but have double glazed windows. There is some noise though. Otherwise, ask for the four share rooms in the main building that are set back from the station. They are much quieter.