Dec 8 - Dec 9
Clean, comfortable, nice people, fun activities, great place!
Nov 25 - Nov 26
Shard twin room. Enjoyed cafe facilities and dining room.
Nov 20 - Nov 21
The room we stayed in was very comfortable and cozy. Bathroom was recently updated and the shower was the best part, one of those amazing waterfall-style showers. Bed was a little worn-down/lumpy but otherwise no problems!
Dec 9 - Dec 10
The air conditioner was broken during my stay so the room was a bit stuffy but the location is great with the convenience of a bar in the basement. Overall good!
Nov 24 - Nov 25
I chose to stay in a 4-bed room and it was a very nice and quiet experience. Some reviews complained about the noise - none in my case, and it was Sunday. Toilets/showers were clean. Internet was only in the common room and I didn't use it. The only complaint was the kitchen, not that many appliances ...
Nov 20 - Nov 21
Location is good. Everything is within walking distance. Bed is too low for comfort.
The property was fine, as a matter of fact, I will stay there each time I am in Sydney. I lived in America for the last 41 years and found the Capsule Hotel is a great stop at a great price to get over jet lag. The kitchenette is fine with enough amenities to satisfy anyone whether just to make a ...
Nov 24 - Nov 25
It’s excellent location, in the opposite side of the central station. It’s three stops by train from the airport. Very friendly and helpful staff. They also have a nice restaurant attached to it.
Dec 18 - Dec 19
The hostel was ok to stay a few days. The common areas were imposible to be in on Friday and Saturday nights since it was a party area with alcohol and loud music. The beds were ok. However the carpets inside the rooms were extremely dirty. The staff was nice and helpful though.
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