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It really depends on in which room you live. Most residents ate long term so you can be lucky with the obes in your room.. or you don't. Rooms have own fridge sink watercooker and bath. Kitchen utensils are in a locker for each room....More
The place smells like smoke, alcohol, and weed. The shower gets cold after 5 minutes. The wifi is terrible (basically nonexistent). You can almost never laundry (it's packed all day). After washing my clothes, I couldn't dry them for 3 days since every dryer was...More
The Rooftop Lodge was ok for the first week, they chase everyone from the roof at 9 pm, no music is allowed, you can't have a beer on the roof, and the wifi I was promised worked well does not work at all. All this...More
Cheap and cheerful, I first stayed here back in April when I was travelling the east coast with friends because my brother has been staying long term and recommended it. The owner Bruno is a total babe, so helpful and fair and made a conscious...More
Solo traveller on working holiday. Read this to the end, its really important amongst us backpackers.
Pros: room size was good, big kitchen
Not much to do in glebe, shops, restaurants close early. Only bus runs into CBD, need to get 2 buses to...More
US$18 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms
New South Wales >
Also Known As
Rooftop Travellers Hotel ,
Rooftop Travellers Motel
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An inner city suburb along the water, Glebe has a deep-rooted sense of cultural history and heritage. It originated as a semi-rural resort for the well-to-do, but has transformed into a student-centric melting pot. Visit Glebe Point Road for ethnic cuisine as standard as Mexican, Indian, Italian and Chinese, or as diverse as Spanish, Bavarian, Polish, Czech and Lebanese. You will find that Glebe is accepting of the
eccentrics and aboriginals that roam the streets, integrating students and people of all economic statuses into the multi-cultural fabric that distinguishes this suburb. Glebe Foreshore is a great destination for a leisurely walk along the Bay, and the Saturday market is a great scene for bargain hunters.