Exclusive Backpackers

Address: 156 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, 6004, Australia | Hostel
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TravelPod's Snapshot

Exclusive Backpackers offers an economical option for travelers exploring exciting Perth. This hostel is ideally located just a few minutes from Perth City Center. Touring the city on the free CAT bus service is a snap; there is a bus station just five minutes from Exclusive Backpackers. There are also car rental agencies and convenience stores just blocks from the property.

The services and amenities at this hostel are similar to most other budget-priced hostels and include free Wi-Fi; guest reviews mention Wi-Fi availability is restricted after 10 p.m. each evening. There is also a large self-service laundry with ironing board, a comfortable lounge with cozy leather furniture, and a large TV. An Internet café with computers is available to all hostel guests.

Other property amenities include a large, well-appointed kitchen with gas stove, pots, pans and cutlery, and microwave ovens. Recent reviewers praised the kitchen facilities and availability of appliances as well as the helpfulness of the hostel staff. There is also a charming balcony and outdoor terrace for enjoying morning coffee or afternoon tea, which are available for free throughout the day.

There are several room categories at Exclusive Backpackers. An en suite double is available which includes a private bath. There are also standard double rooms with shared facilities and single dorm-style rooms that sleep up to four. Double rooms also include air conditioning and a digital TV. Dorm-style rooms have either an air conditioning unit or a ceiling fan. Reviews praise the cleanliness of the bathroom facilities and the water pressure and temperature in the showers.

Every budget-conscious backpacker in Australia will appreciate the value of the clean, convenient lodgings at Exclusive Backpackers. The property's central location on Adelaide Terrace offers convenient access to free public transportation around Perth; as an an added perk, there are the shops and stores within easy walking distance.


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This hostel, located in the East Perth area of Perth, is near Perth Mint, Supreme Court Gardens, Perth Concert Hall, and Transwa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsExclusive Backpackers Perth

    Reviewed by livingthedream

    Pleasant staff, basic rooms, expensive city!

    Reviewed Mar 6, 2013
    by (18 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

    At almost $100 per basic room, this is one of the most expensive backpackers I have ever stayed at. Not heir fault as accommodation in Perth is expensive.
    Basic and clean rooms with good transport at door and restaurants and shops nearby.
    Their plumbing could do with an overhaul as the pipes scream whenever anyone has a shower, flushes or washes their hands!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Exclusive Backpackers Perth

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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