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Melbourne - Metro YHA

Melbourne Metro YHA is a modern hostel located on the city fringe in leafy North Melbourne. This hostel is your relaxed home away from home that’s only minutes from famous Queen Victoria Markets and walking distance to all the major attractions - the best of both worlds!

85 %

10 or more people?
melbourne-metro-yha

What travellers think

Travellers that stayed here think this hostel is best for

  • Culture
  • Relaxing
  • Sightseeing
  • Socialising

Hostel rating (5)

85 %

Rating category Satisfaction percentage
Staff 93%
Cleanliness 85%
Location 76%
Security 89%
Service 87%
Comfort 76%

Green rating

73%

Reviews

Add a tray in toilet for sharing some free shampoos, conditions, face cleaner and so on... Add a tray for collecting some clothes or shoes or bags for donation.

90%

Avatar for Kit Ying

Kit Ying,

Mon 04 May 2015

Eine gans gewöhnliche Jugendherberge mit normalen Standart

77%

Avatar for Anke

Anke,

Sun 22 Mar 2015

I really like the dining room, the kitchen was a little bit small though for so many guests. In my room there were only 4 plugin point for charging things (2x2) which - considering the fact that most travellers have to use adapters - in not that convenient since normally just one plugin point in each row can be used.

87%

Avatar for Kim Melissa

Kim Melissa,

Tue 10 Mar 2015

Overall, I've been disappointed with Australia Hostelling International. Very expensive. Internet (Global Gossip) is unpredictable and expensive and frustrating. Melbourne Metro is not convenient - it's blocks walk to the free tram and blocks away from a grocery store. Thankfully, we have bookings with non YHA hostels for the rest of our stay. If you like a large impersonal hostel and have a vehicle and don't mind paying a premium for everything, stay here.

67%

Avatar for Lorri

Lorri,

Fri 05 Dec 2014

Thanks to Richard for his excellent services.

93%

Avatar for JIT MIAN

JIT MIAN,

Sun 02 Nov 2014