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CROCK.OF.[--]. I looked online for a nicer hostel than the one I was already staying in, came across the online pictures for Dlux and thought ooo nice and not bad prices. Where the hell in that hostel they got them pictures from I do not...More
We had medium to good experiences with Backpackers hostels but nothing so awful as this one. Sure that the staff was very helpful and nice but this hostel should be closed as it is abandonned (no management in place), the rooms / kitchen / lounges...More
If you're looking for a REALLY wild time, then sure, this is the place to come. If not and you're just up for a bit of partying in Kings Cross and some sightseeing, like my friend and I, do not come here! We were put...More
The location is good.it's near the Opera House but the floor wa so dirty that we didn't want to drop our luggage on the floor. And there is a a strange smell either in the room or in the corridor. MOreover it's not possible to...More
Lol, this place should be shut down. I booked this for my birthday thinking it would be a cool place to have pre drinks on the roof top before hitting the cross. Where do I begin? The roof top is filthy, thank god for the...More
Experience the bohemian life style of Sydney located in Potts Point next to the vibrant 24 hour night life of Kings Cross. Dlux hostel suits every type of traveler, whether backpackers, couples or families. Dlux offers stunning, modern accommodation for an affordable, budget price. Choose from double, a shared facility, style room with 10, 8, 6, 4 beds, all air-conditioned and en-suite bathroom and some with fridges and TV's. The friendly staff will ensure that your stay at Dlux is safe and enjoyable. Our staff will be happy to advise you on tours bookings, travel info, work, how to buy a car and more...
Changing liquor laws are remodeling "The Cross," Sydney's red light district. These new rules have encouraged trendy cafes and boutiques to pop-up in the area, as well as organic markets on Saturdays. The area's nightclubs are still popular with youngsters, however, who will dance to the early morning hours on weekend nights. There are plenty of artifacts from Kings Cross' shady past when gangsters and liquor
houses owned the place. Today, one can still find a variety of adult entertainment venues in this evolving area.