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Its a nice hostel to stay in, the staff are very friendly and the location is great. The facilites are kind of old, you are walking outside to get from the shower to your rooms, can be difficult when working in the mornings or its cold out! A great place to meet people, I'd definitely stay here again!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
One of the few homely hostels in central Sydney, loved the stay here! Nice people, nice even if somehow confused staff. the free breakfast is very convenient especially if you are working, and the backyard is very comfortable. not enough bathrooms in the first building, but you get used to that. good place to stay if you don't like impersonal, factory-like big city hostels.
People partying all night. Filthy bathroom and rooms. Staff seemed very dodgy. NEVER AGAIN! Worst hostel I've ever stayed in!
Fair value, But could be a lot better with a little love / care / paintwork and a bit of a clean.
way better than i thought. though the price i a little high, you get a real old school hostel with a lot of character. i liked the location because its not too central.
No matching between the description and the reality
very nice hostel, away from the noises of the city. cute little courtyard with a refuge for smokers. the kitchen are a but small, though. staff is very nice, the location just south of the central station is quiet but still central enough. the best place to stay in sydney so far.
Third time at Tokyo Village and that place still surprises me… at first sight you think it’s not the newest hostel in Sydney and, especially during summer, kitchens and rooms are a bit cosy… but… there’s something magic going on there. ☺ You don’t know why or how it happened, but at one point you realize you belong to that place and that place belongs to you. ..it’s home, then…your home…and you really feel part of that. Tokyo Village is what people bring into it... and that’s just great.