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This is not a 5 star hotel, as the owner says. The building is extremely run down but it is not actually dirty, just tired. Unfortunately, it is not helped by some of the animals staying there who don't appear to have a concept of...More
This hostel was the worst experience of my
Life. Not up to health and safety standards. Cockroaches in the rooms, extremely dirty, staff don't speak English well, some at all. Because I was checking out early I got put into a different room that was...More
Cockroaches, no cold water, won't accept credit card, sheets not clean. This place has it all. Advertised free parking then wouldn't let us in unless we were staying for more than seven days. Never again!
I've stayed in heaps of hostels and this one is actually be far the worst. Bedbugs, horrible facilities, dirty/revolting. Actually slept in car in carpark as didn't want to go back inside! I say carpark... It was a space with as many cars rammed in...More
Too expensive for what is offered, falling apart, dirty, moldy, stinky, full of junkies and drug users.
There are many other options nearby, also backpacker on the budget side that could be a bit better off.
Besides the staff that was ok, everything else is...More
Australia > New South Wales > Sydney > Surry Hills
Also Known As
Oasis Backpackers Hotel Sydney
Once regarded as the traditional fashion area, Surry Hills has broadened its appeal. This neighbourhood continues to distinguish itself as a shopping destination, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands and flagship stores in the city. Today, this area has evolved into a hub of media, design and professional services - a colourful and diverse place equally known for its
antique dealers, art galleries, cafes and pubs. Strolling down the street on a Saturday morning, you’ll see a mix of students, artists, hipsters and a few all-nighters from Oxford Street, the “Gay Capital of Sydney”. In this vibrant neighbourhood you will find bohemian chic and modern style co-existing side by side.