Hostel G

Perth, Australia

Hostel G

Hostel, 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

Hostel
Urban
Shared
4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

gps 80 Stirling Street, Perth CBD, 6000 Perth, Australia

Boasting a restaurant, a bar as well as a shared lounge, Hostel G Perth is situated in the Perth CBD of Perth, 1.1 miles from Perth Concert Hall. All rooms at the hostel are fitted with a private bathroom fitted with a shower. Speaking Mandarin, German, English and Spanish at the 24-hour front desk, staff are always on hand to help.

Reviews

Large open areas for chilling out and great food (was much better than I expected in a hostel) - great recreation areas and the movie room with beanbags was cool. Bikes for hire and helpful staff, as well as 5 minute walk to train station and CBD makes this a great option. So cheap for such a great place to base while exploring Perth. Supermarket right below is perfect.

Hostel G is a new & modern hostel that has a funky exterior and a great vibe inside. The rooms are mod and well equipped for maximum comfort and convenience. The hostel even provides your basic shower toiletries which is a nice touch! Each bunk also includes two USB ports in addition to a charging port which is super handy. The Lazy Lee restaurant and bar offers well-priced food and drinks specials and the hostel itself has a good atmosphere and nice new facilities. The hostel is also not too far from major shopping and transport hubs. Would definitely recommend it for a stay in Perth.

Perth

Perth, capital of Western Australia, sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast. Sandy beaches line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mount Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. The Perth Cultural Centre houses the state ballet and opera companies, and occupies its own central precinct, including a theatre, library and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Central Perth also has the interactive Scitech science centre, Perth Mint’s displays of gold bars and nuggets, and Barrack Square’s glass Bell Tower, with its own viewing platform. Shopping is concentrated in pedestrianised Murray and Hay streets, with high-end boutiques on King Street. The neighbouring 19th-century port of Fremantle draws visitors to its craft markets, an 1850s prison and seafood restaurants in the Fishing Boat Harbour. The shoreline north of Perth is known as the Sunset Coast. It's home to family-friendly Cottesloe Beach, popular snorkelling site Marmion Marine Park and Trigg Beach, with large waves for surfing.