firstly may i say i am an australian working in the pilbara and return to freo on my time off. I have travelled all around the world and have stayed in many hostels.
I have stayed at this hostel about three times now for 5 to four day periods at a time and after my last stay i am am bitterley dissapointed and disgusted that someone can run a business like this and not be shut down by the health department of australia.
Im not going to further tell you of my experience but i d like to bullet point what i saw....
1 bed bugs infestation in every room
2 cockroaches in the kitchens and sleeping qaurters
3 no pots or pans to cook with
4 no free internet when all other hostels offer it
5 no value for money when paying 200 hundred dollars a week when you can pay 130 in melbourne or sydney
6 the toilets can be smelt from outside and in into the kitchen and cooking areas and lounge.
this is dissapointing to know that i have even offered to help the owner under go electrical and maintenance work for free to improve the place but he just ignored it.
The Coffee palace was the usual name in Australia for a temperance hotel. Built in 1895 the building is now used by YHA Australia Hostelling International as backpackers accommodation.
The hostel has a varied combination of rooms from 20 rooms/3-8 per room, 8 double rooms, 9 twin rooms, 4 single rooms and 7 family rooms. Check in is from 11.30am and check out is 10.00am.
Don't worry if you do not hold an annual YHA or Hostelling International membership card. When you check in, you can purchase an introductory membership fee of $3.50 per night.
Corner Essex & Marine Terrace, Fremantle
Mews Road, Challenger Harbour, Fremantle
32 Arundel Street, Fremantle
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Address: 11 Pakenham St, Fremantle, Western Australia, 6160, Australia