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All reviewshyde parkcentral stationfree wifimanager danielperfect hostelfemale dormtwin roomgreat locationnice place to stayhome away from homegood sizeair conditioningthree nightsgreat roomenjoyed my staycomfy bedrooms are clean
me and my partner stay on the double room we both love that place, the location is perfect, and the kitchen is also clean and the bed very comfortable, beautiful decorations. Wifi work fast in the room
I definitely recommend this place to visit sydney...More
In the begin I did complaint about somethings but there was no unattended issues by Daniel, the manager. So much so that I have been here in this hostel for almost a month now. I guess the Wifi, and cleanness from the bathrooms and Kitchen...More
Upon arrival, the guy who met me told me what a great deal i was getting. At $120/night, i guess this place is cheap by sydney standards. If so, you get what you pay for: this place is a dump. Dirty, noisy, and bed was...More
I stayed here 2 months and it is a very good place to stay and not too expensive.
The manager is very nice.
The wifi is very good and free of charge.
Comfy bed and you have 4 bathrooms so you don't have to wait...More
This place is terrible and does not meet anything described in hostel info.
The kitchen is dirty so cooking there is not possible. The "laundry" was full of stuff so it's not usable.
Our room smelled like something died in there and the fridge in...More
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