Jul 8 - Jul 9
It was a great experience. This hotel is right in the middle of downtown. If you are flying in, you do not need a Taxi. Just get off the airport, take a local bus to downtown Queensland (runs every 15 minutes) (saves you a lot of money versus a Cab/Taxi). Let the bus driver know about this hotel ...
Jul 12 - Jul 13
It's very clean, just 6-7 minutes to the terminals.
Jul 27 - Jul 28
It had the perfect location downtown with very short walks to bars, shopping, restaurants and the lake. Also had light breakfast and dinner included. Definitely would stay here again.
Jul 13 - Jul 14
Hotel does not have enough parking spaces and parking along the street is limited as well. The hotel is very basic. Make sure you have your own toiletries- no shampoo is provided in the shower. The location is great.
Jul 16 - Jul 17
Nice friendly and efficient staff. We had a small room with a small bathroom. The heater only comes on at night (on the floor), so it was cold at the beginning until we got under the cover.
Jul 17 - Jul 18
The staff was exceptionally helpful and friendly after we had a long day of traveling. We were told about their BBQ special which was a huge plus and the room was clean and cozy. Breakfast was also great for the money. Will be back!
Jul 12 - Jul 13
Convenient location, fun and hospitable atmosphere. Staff very friendly and helpful. Clean bathrooms and showers. Highly recommended as an upscale hostel.
Jul 8 - Jul 9
Great location. Bathroom facilities with individual hostel rooms. Cleanliness is so-so. Big so busy with in and out of people.
Book a hostel in New Zealand
Life is an adventure, and you can experience it all—without breaking the bank. Don’t ignore your free spirit when you travel: stay spontaneous with hostels in New Zealand. They’re flexible, fun and never have a dull moment, just like you. Plus, the budget friendly nature of a hostel means you can stay longer and check out everything New Zealand has to offer.
Find your tribe and maximize your good times at New Zealand hostels. Backpackers, students, and young travelers flock to hostels for their community feel. They’re a great place to meet fellow travel junkies from all over the world and make new friends that will help you get the most out of New Zealand.
Hostels let you really see New Zealand
A hostel is your ticket to a great trip in New Zealand. Some include private rooms, while others offer double beds or bunk beds, so your whole crew can split the cost. If you’re traveling alone, hostels are the perfect way to find your New Zealand family and maybe even pick up a trail buddy.
Youth hostels in New Zealand are the best way to see the sights without losing your savings. Perks can include free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and options for private rooms and bathrooms. Some hostels also include common areas where you can cook and share meals together, reheat leftovers, or just gather around to swap stories. The manager is likely a local who will be able to suggest new spots in New Zealand for you to visit. Take your new best friends and get going. New Zealand isn’t going to explore itself.