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    Nearest transport:
  • Macquarie University Railway Station (1.1 Km / 14 min walk)
    Area recommended for:
  • shopping
  • business
    Distance to airport:
  • Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (18.7 Km)
  • Bankstown Airport (19.2 Km)
    Top nearby attractions:
  • Sydney Olympic Park (9.2 Km)

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Macquarie University Village

122 Culloden Road, Marsfield, Ryde, Sydney, Australia 2122 (Show on map)

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Features of Macquarie University Village

Hotel Facilities

  • BBQ facilities
  • business center
  • family room
  • laundry service
  • library
  • lockers
  • luggage storage
  • shared kitchen
  • shared lounge/TV area
  • smoking area
  • vending machine

Sports and Recreation

  • garden
  • golf course (within 3 km)


  • Wi-Fi in public areas


  • car park

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Hostel Description
Whether for independent travelers, conferences, sporting, education, business, or any other group,...see more Whether for independent travelers, conferences, sporting, education, business, or any other group, Macquarie University Village provides a vibrant and ideal accommodation for all. Perfectly surrounded by seven hectares of lush grounds, each room at this property offers superior amenities at competitive rates and is known for its great location, within easy proximity of all that the city has to offer. Macquarie University Village makes a wonderful stay. Please enter your preferred dates of stay and submit our online booking form to make a reservation at Macquarie University Village.
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Troy S. Business travelers
New Zealand, March 17, 2015
Better than a hostel

Price, Private Shower, Desk
This is a step up from a hostel.
Danielle G. Business travelers
New Zealand, March 16, 2015
Smelly room and bathroom

ensuite bathroom
My room was very smelly, smelt of mold and sewerage, the smell in the bathroom was worst, had to open window wide. However, my colleague had room that had no smell at all.
Peter T. Solo travelers
Australia, January 26, 2014
Ideal for single night stay with own transport

Clean; own room and facilities with shared lounge and kitchen; quiet
Very Good. Not well signposted and had to ask for directions.
Jennifer R. Couples
Australia, January 14, 2014
A bed for the night

Clean sheets
Okay. But the grout in the ensuite tiles (shower, basin and floor) needed cleaning, there was a cleanable stain across the doorway, and the double bed against the wall as well as having to be pulled out away from the wall, meant one person had no bedside table. There was no tea-making facility in the room - one had to go downstairs to a common area where there were heaps of people's food on the counters. It was odd that the partner sought access to wi-fi ($14) only to find, eventually, that the access had gone to the other partner (who did not need it) and not to him. Parking was in short supply and tricky due to people parking in the turning area, especially in the entrance to the check-in area.
Christine A. Solo travelers
Australia, December 21, 2013
Very basic accommodation

The ensuite bathroom, lots of power points, built in desk.
I think the advertising blurb for this accommodation should say that the shared kitchen facility has no cutlery or crockery and no cooking utensils. Therefore, if one wants to cook a meal, one has to provide not just your own food, but every cooking utensil and even your own glass. I think that the Macquarie University Village should provide these items in the shared kitchens if they're going to rent out their rooms to the public. I arrived on a Sunday afternoon and the reception wasn't open and no explanation anywhere on how to get into your prepaid accommodation. Given that reception only operates on weekdays, one would have thought that there would be some sort of notice or information on how to contact someone to register and obtain your key. I stumbled on the intercom outside the main doors of the Administration block by accident and managed to rouse up a Resident Advisor who helped with registration and the key and had me follow him in my car to the accommodation (some 300 metres away). It was also clear that the cleaners had done a very cursory job of cleaning my room after the last guest had left. The bed was only semi made (one wondered if the sheets had been changed) and there was a rubbish receptacle in the bathroom that still had some rubbish in it. However, there was a clean towel and bathmat, neatly folded, so I had to presume the cleaners had been in and that they had also changed the bed linen, despite the semi made bed! Overall, it was an "experience" staying at the Village, which with some thought from the administration would have been vastly improved with a few more simple amenities, like kitchen provisions in the shared kitchen and a glass in the room, a bed-light, another pillow, maybe some coat hangers in the closet etc. If the university is going to rent out their student accommodation to the public, and advertise it on hotel sites such as yours, then it needs to get its act together.
Fan B. Solo travelers
China, March 07, 2013
Cheap hotel

It is a cheap hotel next to the University. Actually it is university accommodation. It is good for student or solo traveler for short stay.

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