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Hobart Central YHA

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Reviews (3297 guests have reviewed this hostel)
The hostel was good, although hostels in Australia aren't as good as elsewhere. The showers were warm, location was amazing, and the Platypus walk was amazing!
90%
Kai L 14/04/2021
Sarah at reception is the bomb!!
92%
Henry P 13/04/2021
It was a great time, such a good hostel. Nothing to complaim about, everyone over there is so friendly, nice facilities. Thank you YHA Hobart!!! :)
98%
Eduardo M 12/04/2021
Noise from the pub next door, cleaners were loud and having meetings in dorm rooms, however I was grateful to meet some nice people though and spend most of my time outside of the hostel.
70%
Forreste E 12/04/2021
Thanks to the lady in the reception not only gave me a perfect room with a great view but also introduced me everywhere I could explore in Hobart. Unforgettable memories!!
98%
Huili J 06/04/2021
All ok
98%
Saul B 04/04/2021
The staff were fantastic, they went out of their way. Very helpful with what to do and see around Hobart. I walked everywhere, very central. If your there on a Friday make sure you partake in the Platypus tour, excellent commentary and knowledge from a dedicated staff member who does it for free. Our group was lucky to spot a couple, one of my holiday highlights
100%
Steve E 04/04/2021
Great stay, great location.
98%
Matt C 31/03/2021
Will definately return. Best location in Hobart. Good facilities in the rooms. Cosy in winter. 😊
98%
Susannah F 30/03/2021
Great location, great value for money. Everything you need. No lift was a bummer after a 3 day hike and your rooms on tge 3rd floor and the kitchen and laundry is on the ground floor
98%
Judith T 28/03/2021

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88%
Average Customer Rating
Cleanliness
86%
Condition of facilities
81%
Efficiency of service
89%
Friendliness of staff
91%
Location
98%
Overall atmosphere
82%
Safety & Security
91%
Value for Money
85%
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