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the rooms are way too full, to many beds in the room , so very difficult to place my backpack somewhere.
the rooms are not reaaly dirty, but not really clean aswell.
the distance to the harbour is about a 30 minute walk, whick is...More
We stayed a week ago. Apparently it has just been taken over by new management and they seem to be trying to improve it but effectively it was a building site while we stayed and it was still $30 a night for an 8 bed...More
It's ok I suppose and judging from some to the other reviews it has improved. The rooms are small but it's ok if you are in with people you get on with, doesn't leave much floor space for you bags though. Location is good, maybe...More
Only stayed here as a last resort over NYE period. The prices are outlandish at this time. First call ahead before check in as they close when they feel like it. I came and had to wait two hours for receptionist to come back from...More
This hostel is very cramped, they squeeze as many beds as they can into a tiny room so there is no room for you back packs! The common area was filthy and covered in old crisps packets goon packets and was just generally disgusting. The...More
Home of the small bar revolution in Sydney, Darlinghurst has more bars per capita than any other suburb. Themes range from American whiskey bars and 1950’s theme bars to hidden bars requiring secret passwords. Oxford Street is the "Gay Capital" of Australia, where gay and lesbian-friendly venues feature “diva shows” and dancing until the morning. Vintage lovers flock to Crown Street, and small
designer boutiques can be found along Victoria and Bourke Streets. Dining in Darlinghurst is a gastronomic adventure. Food from all over the world is on the menu, from American ribs to tapas, sushi to gelato and every ethnicity in between.