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This place is located at a great place, in the central Auckland and close to most attractions. However I wouldn't recommend someone to stay here if there are other options as this place becomes really noisy at night, with loud music playing all night. Not...More
I don't have great expectations while staying at a backpacker but this one certainly is disorganised, messy and worse than most backpackers in the city. I would certainly prefer staying at other backpackers in the city in the same area which has the same rates,...More
full of younger backapckers, i did not sleep well and left after one night as i like a bit of peace and quiet. but if you want a party hostel, or somewhere cheap to look for work, its probably a good bet.
Uncomfortable bed, dirty room .
They tolerate alcoholic but not smokers.
You pay for the emplacement .
Receptionist are not all friendly
Bar inside the hostel but you can't bring your own booze . so everybody buy at the liquor shop the same brand as...More
Pros: the location is fantastic, right in the middle of everything, close to shops, cafes, bars, shops, you name it. The room size was really good and spacious. The communal toilets kept clean through the night. I didn't use the kitchen, but for what I...More
US$36 - US$59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As Manon mentioned there is a free day storage for backpackers which is used generally for people checking out and wanting to leave their belongings for the day, or checking in and waiting to go into the rooms at... More
As Manon mentioned there is a free day storage for backpackers which is used generally for people checking out and wanting to leave their belongings for the day, or checking in and waiting to go into the rooms at 2pm. You can also leave valuables behind reception in safe which is manned 24 hours per day. In the rooms themselves, the premium dorm rooms have lockers in them, you would need to have your own padlock for them though.