- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Byron Haven Byron Bay
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... beach. The surf was flat but the sun was out. I too was flat. Flat out asleep for a few hours that is! Mid afternoon we left to gather our belonging and caught the bus around 5:30pm. It was quite busy so we went to the back where there we found the reason why there were spare seats. After a while I thought I heard spitting sounds. I though I must be hearing things. Then I noticed this guy across the aisle from me had a bag of ...
... A few more nerves had crept it but surprisingly no OMG I'm about to jump out of a plane feeling! We had to hang around for about 10 minutes before I was called to put my harness on. I got all strapped up and ready before they changed their minds and said I was going with the next group instead. That was a bit annoying as I was ready to go. I had to wait about 15 minutes all harnessed up before I was called again. This time it was the real deal. I had the ...
... to some music, had a few drinks, some smoked some weed - and we all had such a chilled out night. These sort of nights are my favourite - so cheap, chilled, but also so much fun! Oh and I almost forgot about yesterday afternoon!! After cooling off in the sea, and spending time with the girls, and sunbathing... The heavens opened and it just poured it down with rain. It was so weird how it was boiling hot and then ...
... Hopefully I was first! I'm sure she would have had a great day, and got spoiled. Jonny and I treated ourselves to a Nando's and some cookies before leaving, and then headed to Central station to catch the bus at 7. The bus had wifi, air con, reclining seats, a usb plug to charge our phones, and a toilet - so it was pretty modern, however 13 hours was such a long time!! Luckily we were quite tired from having to get up early to check out, so we napped quite early ...
G'Day again you crazy wombats!
So twelve hours later and I've survived my first Australian night bus... And I THINK I actually managed to sleep quite well. RESULT. Which is quite impressive as you essentially just have a normal coach seat to sleep on, but then again it does recline quite a bit... OOO-ER. I do love a good recliner. They also have a toilet on board (yes, I can actually drink water on these journeys!) as well as wifi and ...