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I checked in same day when I found this place, lucky I know but the owner was very kind and nice on my arrival and has been good friend since my stay. The rooms are very clean and tidy, i'm traveling alone and feel very...More
Great for backpackers who want easy access to the city & are just after a bed for the night.
What we had:
4 nights separate double room with shared bathroom.
Dan (the live in landlord) was friendly & accommodating & kindly upgraded us...More
I've been in a double room with my friend and the location was great and close to everything.very Clean with free fast internet.the manager and the staff were friendly and I recommend this beautiful place
I shared a female dorm with a friend at this hostel for about two weeks. The atmosphere is really friendly and the manager comes by daily to clean and tidy up. The beds were comfy and there was even a mini fridge in our room,...More
A friend and I stayed at this hostel while we were in between housing before starting school at USyd. The room was great and the overall place was very quiet and clean! It's situated right next to Central Station, which allowed us with easy transportation...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$27 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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