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Flinders Backpackers

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

Featuring a bar, shared lounge and free WiFi, Flinders Backpackers is located in Melbourne, 300 metres from Block Arcade Melbourne and 400 metres from St Paul's Cathedral. The property is set 1.5 km from National Gallery of Victoria, 1.8 km from Arts Centre Melbourne and 3.3 km from Southbank Promenade. The accommodation provides a shared kitchen for guests. Everything there is so perfect! Great staff!!

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8.4
Very Good
1,082 reviews

Space Hotel

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

Space Melbourne offers modern accommodation in the heart of Melbourne CBD, with a choice of private or dormitory rooms. All rooms include air conditioning, heating, linen, towels, lockers and a socket near the bed. Very friendly and helpful staff. Clean facilities, privacy. Nice rooftop. Thanks for arranging the airport shuttle.

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8.1
Very Good
1,147 reviews

The Mansion Melbourne

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

The Mansion features renovated rooms over three levels, connected by a grand double spiral staircase. The rooms are fitted out with bunk beds complete with privacy curtain, thick mattresses and pillows, a private bed light, power point and a locker. There is also a whole floor with air-conditioning available. Great place to stay and fabulous staff

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8.6
Excellent
121 reviews

Melbourne Central YHA

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

All rooms include bunk beds, individual reading lights, electronic door locks and access to shared bathroom facilities. The dormitory rooms feature secure luggage lockers and there are private rooms available. RoomEverything kitchen space rest room tv

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8.1
Very Good
729 reviews

Bayside House

St. Kilda, Melbourne

The hostel features certain rooms that include a safety deposit box, and each room includes a shared bathroom with a shower. Guest rooms have bed linen.

National Gallery of Victoria is 3.9 km from Bayside House, while Melbourne Cricket Ground is 4 km away. The nearest airport is Essendon Fields Airport, 16 km from the hostel. The staff member, was such an amazing person to talk to and he always ensured that any enquiry/concern we had was answered, he was such a kind person. 100% will be coming back to the bayside!!

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8.3
Very Good
30 reviews

Queen Victoria Hostel

North Melbourne, Melbourne

Set in Melbourne, within 1.3 km of State Library of Victoria and 1.5 km of Melbourne City Conference Centre, Queen Victoria Hostel offers accommodation with a bar and a shared lounge, and free WiFi. Ideally located in the North Melbourne district, the property is located 2.2 km from Marvel Stadium and 2.3 km from St Paul's Cathedral. The accommodation provides a shared kitchen and luggage storage space for guests. Great, friendly staff who took time out of their day to check that everything was ok with our stay. The check-in was handled very quickly and efficiently and how the hostel is run was explained to us clearly.

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8
Very Good
99 reviews

Landing Pads Brunswick

Melbourne

Landing Pads Brunswick in Melbourne provides adults-only accommodation with a shared lounge, a garden and barbecue facilities. The property is around 3 km from Melbourne Zoo, 6 km from Melbourne City Conference Centre and 6 km from State Library of Victoria. The accommodation offers evening entertainment and a shared kitchen.

Featuring a shared bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer, rooms at the hostel also have free WiFi. Amazing vibe! Such like minded and friendly people domestically, locally and internationally. A family like atmosphere. Fantastic location in Brunswick right next to Sydney road. Would highly recommend

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8.8
Excellent
33 reviews

Europa Melbourne

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

Guests can stay in either a private room or a dormitory room which all offer air-conditioning and heating. The unique bunk beds offer a power socket and 2 USB sockets as well as a private reading light. Linen and towels are provided and there are lockers and luggage storage for guests convenience. The hostel exceeded my exoectations

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7.7
Good
1,252 reviews

The Village Melbourne

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

Surrounded by shops and eateries, this hostel is right in the middle of Elizabeth street and Queen Victoria Market where great bars, shops are restaurants within 1 minute walking distance. Melbourne Central train station is just a 5 minute walk away. I stayed in over 20 hostels last year and this one ranked among one of the nicest in the world for me. The rooms, while large, had double air conditioning, sturdy beds, and good/secured luggage storage. There was a nice social ambiance, with many common areas also. For the price and location, I was shocked. The only downside was a rather long (understaffed) line for check-in but that was relatively minor given the rest of the experience.

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6.6
Review score
1,664 reviews

Melbourne City Backpackers

Melbourne Central Business District, Melbourne

All rooms have access to shared shower and toilet facilities. Private rooms and female-only dormitory rooms are available.

We are an international backpackers hostel and require an international passport for check in at all times. Low Prices, Very convenient Location,

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7.4
Good
1,017 reviews

Hostels – what are they?

Hostels offer so much more than a cheap place to stay – they're also a fun way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens and game rooms give you the chance to swap tips, tricks, and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world. <br><br> Hostels have come a long way since the first youth hostel opened back in 1912. Nowadays there's something for everyone, from budget "crash pads" to 5-star "poshtels." Whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll see that most hostels are cheaper than local hotels – and a lot more fun, too!

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