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'En suite' constantly smelt of urine, therefore stinking the entire bedroom out. Top bunk bed collapsed in the middle of the night whilst I was on it (I am only 55kg) and almost left me travelling solo as my friend was sleeping underneath. When I...More
Didn't particularly enjoy my stay at Dury as I didn't really like the Kings Cross area.
The hostel itself was a bit dirty and run down, the owners weren't very friendly at all and the communal kitchen was tiny. There was however wifi which was...More
I stayed here and found the owners very nice but elusive, who cares. I found the place a little grubby but what backpackers isnt to some level. I found the Asian backpackers to be just lovely, some I'd heave liked to kick and lots I...More
I enjoyed my stay at the Dury hostel. It was great having always access to free rice, toast with spread and tea. Internet is also included but the daily data is limited. The people I met there were easy going.
The location is good. There...More
The hostel is in a really dodgy area of Sydney. I didn't feel safe walking there in the day time. It isn't much cheaper than much nicer hostels and is run down and filthy, not a place you want to hang out. They offer free...More
US$16 - US$54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Changing liquor laws are remodeling "The Cross," Sydney's red light district. These new rules have encouraged trendy cafes and boutiques to pop-up in the area, as well as organic markets on Saturdays. The area's nightclubs are still popular with youngsters, however, who will dance to the early morning hours on weekend nights. There are plenty of artifacts from Kings Cross' shady past when gangsters and liquor
houses owned the place. Today, one can still find a variety of adult entertainment venues in this evolving area.