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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
This hostel has a perfect location in the CBD, near central station but no problems with noise. I booked for a week but ended up staying for 6 weeks. It is quiet, clean and confortable. The dorm I stayed in was equipped with aircon, a...More
Booked with booking.com, stayed here for 3 weeks in a female dorm and it was fab!
Clean rooms, kitchen and bathrooms.
Kitchen is fully equipped and the room has air con!
Manager is very welcoming and giving and everyone is friendly.
Brilliant stay :) would...More
We stayed in Sydney for 6 nights and wanted to be in the CBD. Hyde Park Backpackers was a great location to stay. We also HIGHLY recommend the Thai restaurant Spice I Am and the cafe across the road.
Daniel the manager on site was...More
I stayed here alone as a solo female traveller. Perfect little find! Great hostel. The female dorm was lovely and so cosy, fridges in each room! The overall atmosphere of the hostel is lovely, clean, quiet and you feel very at home here! :) The...More
My friend and I stay in the new year for a week we had a great time the beds was just like home we fan fans and lockers in the room and free WiFi in the room the hostel was spotless the service was excellent...More
Once regarded as the traditional fashion area, Surry Hills has broadened its appeal. This neighbourhood continues to distinguish itself as a shopping destination, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands and flagship stores in the city. Today, this area has evolved into a hub of media, design and professional services - a colourful and diverse place equally known for its
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