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I HAVE NEVER BEEN IN A PLACE MORE DIRTY THAN THIS: IN ONE WORD WAS DISGUSTING 🤢
I'LL NEVER BEEN BACK AGAIN AND I'LL NEVER SUGGEST ANYONE TO GO THERE.
Toilets were always extremely dirty same with all the rooms furniture! Had only fresh blankets...More
Myself and a friend booked a hostel as a stopover in Sydney before we begun our travels up the East Coast. We had had a disappointing day after losing out on the campervan of our dreams and all we needed was a nice place to...More
met lots of friendly people here. just people looking for good fun and friendly chats. the staff were good the tell you the best bars and places to go. only stayed for 2 night but was a good spot and would recamend
Extremely basic, dirty, dusty( fan so clogged up with dust when turned on it made me cough and splutter)
Bed was hard and the pillows even harder,
Bathroom was extremely basic and was a real slip hazard when there was water all over the floor...More
This was a fairly quiet hostel compared to others within the area which appear to have more guests and younger crowds. It is pretty much in Chinatown so lots of Asian shops and restaurants nearby. The opera house and quay is about a 20/25 minute...More
US$17 - US$80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Tiger-flanked archways on Dixon Street mark the entrance to the “little Asia” of Sydney. A walk through Chinatown is a feast for the senses where aromas, tastes, sounds and visions of dancing tigers transport you to a different world. Chinatown visitors can expect a melting pot of Asian food at the neighbourhood's specialty delis and groceries. From yum cha to handmade noodles, BBQ ducks hanging in the
window to Asian sweets and bakeries, there is something for all tastes. Paddy’s Markets is the largest flea market in Sydney where you can find souvenirs, clothing, gifts and fruit and vegetables at unbeatable prices. At night, Chinatown comes alive with entertainment including theatre, nightclubs and bars that are open until the early morning.