The Pickled Frog

star4.1 · flag2
place281 Liverpool St, Hobart TAS 7000澳大利亚
phone+61 3 6234 7977


Leah A

Great hostel! Although during winter it was quite dead, the staff did their best to introduce guests to one another, tell guests about events going on in town (writing them on the board), and giving great directions and advice! Alex and Taylor(Jenn) were amazing about helping us book some tours, and they also decided to do mulled wine on Mondays too, since I would miss the Wednesday they usually make it! So nice of them! Wifi is really strong and works throughout the building. The women's bathroom was always really clean, which I appreciated. There were small lockers in the hallway available for holding passports and small valuable items. The reason it got 4 stars is because the facilities could definitely use some updates, the place is really really old. Mostly the common areas and the actual mattresses, felt like the beds have withstood much wear & tear. Also, feels like the common areas are really dark.

James Pay

Great place to staystay or pop in for a drink! The communal area and bar is great with an awesome welcoming atmosphere.

Ross Murray

Decent backpackers, but extremely cramped. Our (4 blokes) room was so small that even when only two of us were in the room it required communication as well as the removal of any semblance of personal space in order to do even the most basic of things like getting dressed. For some reason the room had a sink in it, however this only caused more climbing over eachother to use. The bathroom facilities were laughable. 2 of 3 of my showers were cold, and the room whilst technically meeting all requirements to call it a bathroom is still only one step up from a tin shed with a leaky roof. The interior 'walls' of the the bathroom have been slapped together and are ill suited for their purpose and give the impression that someone eyeballed the measurements of the entire place. The corridoor that gradually gets shorter and shorter and leads nowhere is also evidence of this. All in all I still rate this 3/5 because I've been to enough backpackers to know that none of this is out of the ordinary for your average backpackers. But they certainly dont do anything amazing to set themselves apart.

Maggie Liuzzi

Fun atmosphere, spacious common rooms with couches, TV, tables to work and stuff. Halls covered with artworks. Their free tours to Mt. Wellington are a cool addition. And the two cute (and huge) dogs are a must-see as well!

Bart Matthey

Haven't stayed here. However, I was a guest to a friend staying and I was amazed by how welcoming and how much fun it was. Well played.
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