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Even the rooms are a bit tiny I really like the hostel! Toilets were always clean and breakfast was simple/basic but good!
Laundry costs 3$(you have to buy your own detergent).
Internet was a bit slow sometimes.
just around the corner from the South Yarra train station. Each floor has shared bathrooms but they are individual bathrooms with nice showers. Hotel was a historical hotel that was very well kept with plenty of restaurants around
Rooms and bathrooms are all kept in good, clean conditions. Reception staff were all friendly and happy to help.
Located 100m from the train station (2 stops from the city) surrounded by cafes, restaurants, small shops - very convenient location!
Only downside is that with...More
We were checked in by a very rude man who I could tell was going out of his way to be rude. On booking.com it states there is air-con, so to find a little fan in our room when it's been 42 that day was...More
This hotel do not have air condition (AC) and terribly weak wifi signal. Sometime they even do not provide hot water when taking shower.
The only good thing is they provide breakfast and milk anytime. If you have limited budget then you may consider it.
Seek and ye shall find! Prahran is a treasure hunter’s paradise of vintage stores, upscale boutiques and emporiums. Chapel Street is a one-stop shop with specialty stores selling just about everything. The famous Chapel Street Bazaar has so many curious and vintage knick-knacks that you will feel as if you're in a huge and busy museum. By contrast, at the northern end of Chapel Street, South Yarra and Windsor
cater to high-end designer labels and exclusive boutiques. The community flocks to Prahran’s organic markets as a Saturday ritual, while art and film students leaf through vinyl LPs on Greville Street. The gay community also has a strong presence here. Prahran’s heritage buildings like the Reads Emporium and Prahan arcade offer a grand sense of scale and history. No matter your interest, come feel the pulse of one of Melbourne’s most loved precincts.