Tiger Hostel

Sydney, Australia

Tiger Hostel

Hotel, Single Room with Shared Bathroom

Hotel
Urban
Shared
Single Room with Shared Bathroom

gps 611 George Street, Sydney CBD, 2000 Sydney, Australia

Fully renovated in July 2019 and located in the heart of Sydney CBD, just a 1-minute walk from a variety of pubs, shops and restaurants, Tiger Hostel Sydney offers dormitory rooms, all with city views. Guests are provided with free WiFi. Stay in the heart of Sydney – Excellent location - show map Fully renovated in July 2019 and located in the heart of Sydney CBD (Central Business District), just a 1-minute walk from a variety of pubs, shops and restaurants, Tiger Hostel Sydney offers dormitory rooms, all with city views. Guests are provided with free WiFi. Tiger Hostel Sydney is within 5 minutes' walk of both the Town Hall and Central Railway Stations and has a bus stop just outside the door. Chinatown is just 550 yards walk away and both Darling Harbour and Star City Casino are within 10 minutes’ walk. The shared kitchen area includes toasters, microwaves and tea and coffee making facilities.

Reviews

Great location. Comfortable beds. Private capsule is more like a bedroom, which was fantastic. Never had so much personal space in a hostel. Great facilities. Very clean. And the staff were fantastic. Will definitely stay again.

Location!!! it is in the heart of Sydney CBD. lots of restaurants nearby. room- better than other hostel that I've been to because even though it is a room sharing, each bed has there own doors, safety locks, safety cabinet/locker, and toiletries. Bed- comfy and clean bed, not smelly.

Sydney

Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Garden nearby. Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city and suburbs. Sydney Aquarium, Taronga Zoo and Wildlife Sydney Zoo shelter animals like koalas, kangaroos, sharks and snakes. Pyrmont’s Sydney Fish Market has a working seafood auction and restaurants serving the day’s catch. There are multicultural dining opportunities all over the city, including in Haymarket’s Chinatown and the restaurants serving the Italian community in Leichhardt. A ferry ride through the harbour is part of the experience in visiting outer Sydney destinations such as Bondi and Manly Beaches – both popular for surfing.