Melbourne Metro Yha-37.80301, 144.95432
ex. Queensberry Hill YHA
Melbourne Metro Yha Hostel is a modern property offering a sun terrace and a safety deposit box. Including a designated smoking place, a cash machine, parking, a meeting room and a lift, the venue also comes with good services.
Located in South Melbourne district, close to Flagstaff subway station and only 2.1 km away from Melbourne Zoo. Guests can wine and dine in Akita and The Leveson, located in the neighborhood.
25 minutes' drive from Essendon airport and 15 minutes' walk to Flagstaff train station.
The hostel offers 360 rooms featuring a seating area, a personal computer, a writing table, an iron with ironing board and a separate toilet. There are private bathrooms available.
Eat & Drink
The bar's menu includes barbecue and grills and complimentary drinks. The property also comprises a communal kitchen.
Guests will appreciate airport transfer, 24-hour front desk and laundry maintained by friendly staff.
A communal room offers a TV and a DVD player.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Wireless internet is available in the hostel rooms for additional charge.
Private parking is possible on site (reservation might be needed) at AUD 10 per day.
Number of rooms: 360.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
AUD 10 per day
Leisure/ TV room
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Billiard tables
- Paid airport shuttle
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Snack bar
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Children's buffet
- Board games
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Barbeque grills
- Leisure/ TV room
- Rollaway beds
- Shared kitchen
Rooms and availability
1 Bed in shared room
In the Room
Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
- City landmarks
I was pleasantly surprised by the layout, cleanliness and it was a pleasure staying here. Would definitely make use of this facility again, great budget stay.
i am very satisfied with my stay in Melbourne Metro YHA. it is beside queen victoria market and only takes 10 minutes to go to CBD by tram. The room mates are friendly.The room is comfortable. The bathroom is clean and tidy. It also has kitchen downstair.
The facilities n cleanliness r great. Everyone seems to be living at home.
Really Pro and cool staff Bathroom are clean
Only 3 plugs for 4 beds all located in the same place : not really usefull when people are using adaptator EU/UK to AUS
the location and sevice are soooo nice!!
It was inexpensive and in a great location to where I needed to be the following morning. I also appreciated having a secure car park overnight.
There was an unpleasant smell in my room when I arrived.
The environment and people there were all very friendly
The distance from town
Not too expensive in an expensive city. Close to public transportation. Room is clean and bed is comfortable. Common washroom is also fairly clean.
Outside noise still evident in a quiet neighbour and noise from the corridor.
I really liked this hostel. I felt as I was at home. Bathrooms, toilets, room and kitchen clean. Helpfull staff, and the facility of having breakfast was great! Was the first backpacker really positive to me, that's why I'm in another YHA in Sydney now.
It's clean. I thought It would have been noisy, but it was ok.
The wi fi could be free or cheaper...
The beds were comfortable, the showers were clean, the rooftop provided an excellent view of Melbourne - especially at night.
Location is good, staff is awesome, value for money is mint!
all was good for a backpackers!
Easy to get to and from public transport network. Clean and free of lice- infested looking people.
Expensive Wifi. Most YHAs around the world have free Wifi. Could have included a 1hour free Wifi for checking emails.
Ths staff are friendly. Facilities such as car park, lobby and kitchen and activities orgnaised such as tour and greetings are great. The rooms are clean and room rate is cheap.
I like it because it is close to the down-town area and yet a quiet place to stay (no nightclubs downstairs). In addition to that, it is clean and secure, and there are people of all ages and everyone seems to be accepted and greeted with a smile. Hostels are great places to meet people and to get information what is worth doing or seeing.
I was surprised to see how much the surroundings have changed... No mini-marts or coffee shops nearby and the only place to have breakfast is your own restaurant. The smell of oil and grease and frying, in the morning, just made me feel sick, and the prices there are too high. The next option would be to go to the nearest shop, 15 minutes away, and buy things. After that you need to drag these cereals and coffee jars around with you. Not fun. So please adjust your ventilation system in the kitchen area and try to get something cheaper (rolls, muffins, pieces of bread or fruit) onto the counter.