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We just stayed for one night in Big Hostel. Not amazingly clean. But spacious, welcoming, and the rooftop is a nice touch. Quite pricey, however to be expected due to the great location in Sydney city Center.
Great hostel, not too big so not that crowded. Clean kitchen, clean sanitary installations as well as rooma. Free WiFi in communal areas and even some signal in the lower rooms ! Free breakfast (toast, jam, cerials) and super helpful staff. 5min to central and...More
I have to say this Hostel was one of my highlights of staying in Sydney.
The breakfast is so good, the staff amazing and will go out of their way to help you with anything.
The rooms are super big and so clean! Kitchen is...More
My wife and i aren't exactly backpackers (oldies in fact) but we found this hostel perfect for our needs, Because of our advanced years we chose a twin room with ensuite. We had all we needed, a comfortable bed, a nice shower and breakfast. The...More
Really nice hostel, a bit pricey but u get also quality. Great kitchen, have also free breakfast and some free food. Wifi works well in everywhere in the hostel. Room was a bit hot even thou wasn't hot outside. Common area also good
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Response from AusHellen | Property representative |
Hi Katharina, we dont generally have such long stays, the weekly rates are on the websitebighostel (google as cant post links here) and we initially take 2 week stays that can be extended,
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"Twin room included a double bed/single bed combo for the bunk"