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* The staff were friendly.
* The location was great for sporting events.
* Quick signing out.
* The credit card fee was 3%, which should come to $9.60 (for my $320 for two nights). However, I was charged $330 in total.
We booked into an ensuite twin room- it was much smaller than the room shown on the website. We had bunks, as advertised, but with barely any space around them . There was an electric jug and a fridge, but nothing else- no mugs or...More
For a cost A$160.00 per night, I would have expected a decent room.
1) Why install a hot water jug, without a mug to go with it??? and provide complimentary tea and coffee sachets
2) Why have a TV, if the remote tool does not...More
Stayed here Thursday-Monday whilst partaking at the Sydney tattoo expo. Managed to get a single room and requested a quiet area in the backpackers. Just from experience they're usually abit noisey. I got what I asked for a nice single, spacious room with fridge, sink...More
Booked two nights and upon arrival, was told i would have to stay across the road and then come over in the morning to change rooms. Was told to be over by 10:00 as if I was checking out, so I didn't get a lie...More
Sinclairs city hostel is within walking distance of Sydney’s CBD, public transport at our door step. Rooms range from single share facilities to twin ensuites rooms. Dorm rooms are only 2 persons per room with breakfast. AAA Tourism 3 1/2 Stars.
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