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What a dive, I don’t think the showers have been cleaned since the place opened, let alone the smoking ban ever been enforced. If you’re looking to spend your money on a room you’ll try to never sleep in or you’re happy to shower while...More
Out of the 35 countries I have had the pleasure of visiting, and the dozens of backpackers hostels I have stayed in, Sydney Backpackers rates as one of the worst.
On arrival, you are handed a sheet, pillow case and an old thin blanket. As...More
Cheap and Good for just a night to sleep when In Transit in Sydney but rooms are dirty and look to be rarely cleaned. Kitchen was a mess and disgusting rubbish everywhere I understand it’s a share accomodation but surly cleaned more often and checked...More
I've been to Sydney backpackers. If you love going out all night. Then it is your place to go to. If not don't go. The kitchen is very small, you need to bring plate, cup enz. It's not clean. And the toilets are very dirty....More
I have stayed in this place for 2 days. I had booked for a single room which was 79AUD per day.Though the kitchen area and washrooms are shared,they are kept clean by the hotel staff. Also,the place is located near the town hall station ....More
Response from SydneyBackpackers, Manager at Sydney BackpackersResponded 31 July 2017
Thank you for your valuable feedback and we are happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay here. We look forward to seeing you again in the future.
US$20 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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