The Hive Hostel is located on the corner of James and Stirling Street in Perth City. The hostel is within 5mins walk of Central train station, supermarkets, Northbridge precinct and the main city shopping district.
The Hive accommodates all travelers from around the world offering free WiFi to all guests, Foxtel TV, free pool table use and free locker usage (provide your own lock). We have a very large outdoor area where guests are allowed to drink, listen to music and enjoy meeting other travelers.
Nearly all our rooms have air-conditioning and room sizes vary from private, 4 share, 5 share, 6 share, 8 share, 12 share and 24 share. Prices vary accordingly to accommodate everybody.
Guest come to The Hive intending to stay for a few days but end up staying for weeks or even months! You will meet great people here and make friends for life.
See you soon at the Hive Hostel in Perth, Western Australia!
As you leave the Airport you need to look for the Connect Shuttle bus. Its bright Orange so you cant miss it. Times vary depending on the time of day but generally it runs every 30-60mins.
The shuttle bus costs $15 from the Domestic Airport and $18 from the International Airport. This price is 1 way. The time it takes to arrive at the hostel depends on how many stops the driver will need to make. The ticket can be purchased from the counter or the bus driver.
The Manager David mobile number is 0449 786 995 if you arrive outside reception hours of 8am-4am. Reception phone number is +61 892277557.
The laundry is located behind the kitchen and requires $1 and $2 coins which can be exchanged at the reception.
Free Wifi is provided
Username: The Hive Hostel
Have you stayed here? Write a review
Note: It is the responsibility of the hotel chain and/or the individual property to ensure the accuracy of the photos displayed. Travellerspoint is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos.
Create your own travel plan and bookmark this hotel on your plan. You can even bookmark hotels found on other websites!
Do you have questions about Perth? You might try asking in our active travel forums and see if anyone else has been there.
Read up on what to see and do in Perth in the Travellerspoint guide, written by travellers for travellers.