Jul 5 - Jul 6
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 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 4 - Jul 5
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 6 - Jul 7
Good value for basic accommodations. Kitchen was well equipped and stocked with cooking essentials (plates, cups, flatware, etc). Walking distance to town core.
Jul 5 - Jul 6
Great location. Bathroom facilities with individual hostel rooms. Cleanliness is so-so. Big so busy with in and out of people.
Jul 16 - Jul 17
Over all a nice hostel. However the bathrooms and kitchen areas could use a bit more supervision. Someone to come through every few hours and tidy up.
Jul 8 - Jul 9
Comfy bed! But two friends and I were "promised" via email to get to be with each other but when we get there they say they can't make gauntees. Bar crawl incident not handled at all. Messy kitchen
Jul 10 - Jul 11
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