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Good location and staff are friendly. Other than this not much to say about the room. I stayed in a room with a bathroom in it. The room itself had a very strange smell as if food had been left in there for days.. the...More
My boyfriend and I stayed here and we loved it, the staff were really friendly and we met loads of nice people as well. Its really close to everything only like a 10 min walk away from CBD. The central station is only up the...More
Response from troy y, Guest Relations Manager at Home BackpackersResponded 12 April 2017
Thanks for spending your time to review
Our location is one of key points guests book with us. Being centrally located & only 200m from central station allows easy access to Sydney's best sites including a short walk to Sydney Harbour.
This hostel was OK, nothing special.
Arrived for them to say the bulb in our room is broken (not fussed with those sort of things) but they never sticked to their word to fix it, good thing we were only there at night to sleep....More
My husband and I stayed here just for one night last night and it was perfect!
We didn’t expect much from a hostel, and especially since it had some pretty bad reviews, but it was seriously one of the nicest places we’ve stayed in on...More
Disappointed to be rudely told off by cleaning staff for not emptying a communal bin when customers are not told that they are required to empty these bins. A bit of courtesy for an innocent mistake by a paying customer would be nice especially when...More
Response from troy y, Guest Relations Manager at Home BackpackersResponded 16 February 2018
We are also disappointed to see this 1 star review. We tried several times to contact you as you stayed another 4 nights after writing this review but didn't cross paths during your stay.
After speaking to staff I feel this issue was...More
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