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A great location for a hostel-it is in the free tram zone and walking distance from key sights, shops, eateries and bars etc..and good for on a budget! The hostel itself was quiet most of the time, apart from weekend nights but that is expected...More
The first thing that stands out about this place is that despite it being located in the heart of Melbourne's Chinatown it is your typical, old style, gundgy Australian pub and the one thing that it has is character. Okay, it isn't flash, but it...More
It is all very basic, but for $45 a night, this is what one can expect, especially given the very convenient location. It is situated on the Chinatown street above a British style pub. We were on the 3rd. Fairly noisy on weekends, but nothing...More
Nothing can beat that awesome location in the middle of the city centre. However, the hostel is not very clean (the duvets were disgusting and full of stains, the floors dirty and our room was never cleaned during our 6-day stay).
The receptionist Kenny was...More
Located in the heart of the China town region, the facilities are good - showers particularly. The wi-fi was not free, as I stayed for less than a week. The staff were friendly, and offered good advice for getting around and what to do. The...More
Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving
up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.