Camping Siena Colleverde Reviews
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AMAZING. definitely choose a cabin over a tent, but we have the most perfect time. We initially only brought two nights but then extended to four as we were so impressed. Of course the cabins get hot and theirs lots of bugs but that's what's camping a about! The food was so perfect at the restaurant and the pool was beautiful! Loved this gorgeous place! Thank you again for a perfect stay Jordan Ryan xx
Helpful staff, and location is a little out of the city but it is a nice country escape. No lock on the tent I was in though so felt a lack of security, but was a good environment so nothing was taken.
What you would excpect from vamping. it was fine. 10 euro taxi out of town. or a bus every half hour takes 15 mins.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Cool place in Siena, next to the center.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
The campsite is about a 10 minute bus ride out of the city. The staff were really nice and the pool was very refreshing on hot days. The room was basic but that's really all you need. The food at the restaurant was really nice too.
The stay was horrible. We had a "private tent" which seemed to be a leftover of war! You couldn't lock it and there was no electricity and the torch we got lasted for maximum 10 minutes. In the Night it started raining and everything was wet! The bed, our luggage, everything! The smell was not bearable! It stank like someone died in there! I am traveling a lot and I never stayed at a place worst than that!
No aircon in the cabins is a bit of a let down but other than that everything was great.
Great hostel..friendly staff..free shot and beer by the pool was a great addition. The reviews about the tents are true..they're all at a slight downward angle..but all you have to do is move your bed slightly. No problem. Bus lines to the city really easy to use. Would go back
This is a good place to stay if you're travelling on a budget, since it is fairly cheap with the facilities still being good. The location isn't the best, but there is a bus stop very close by which takes you into town. The security and cleanliness isn't amazing, but it is a campsite so you can't expect it being so.
Nice place to stay, no aircon in bungalows and a little out of town. But nice staff, great restaurant.
The hostel wasn't that far out of the centre, we walked it every time we went in. There are a few hills but it's quite a nice walk. The staff were so friendly. When we arrived it was pouring with rain and one staff member went above and beyond to help us get our bags somewhere dry and quickly checked us in. The restaurant was quite expensive & cooking facilities would have been ideal, but I guess that comes with it being a campsite! Cabins were decent sized with comfy beds.
We stayed in a tent provided by Camping Siena and it wasn't a great experience, firstly no one likes to sleep on a steep hill, I fell out of bed 3 times and the mattress followed, you need to flatten the ground out more. Our tent was also very dirty inside a sweep prior to our arrival would of been good. We also got offered for reception to hold our valuables but when the time came a staff members said "sorry I can't we don't have check in sheets", so not safe at all. Otherwise great place
Really nice place. The pool was awesome !! The tents are really big, but we were on a little hill so the beds weren't start at all. We both woke up in the middle of the night and got sick ... The beds are really not confortable ... Overall a nice place, the restaurant was great and affordable.
The campibg ground itself was lovely great facilities the bathrooms were very clean. If you're stayibg in a tent just be aware the is no power they do provide you with a torch and you can charge your electronics at reception. It was really easy to get into town too which was great
The cabin which we payed 50 uro a night for was a sauna. No airconditioning or fan. The shower changed temperature all the time. You couldn't leave the door open or really wall around because of all the moquitos. You have to wear a cap in the pool as well. Disappointed considering our friends payed less to stay in town and they had an air conditioner and a bigger room!
The staff were the best thing about this place. Our cabin was also really clean, although no aircon meant it was like a sauna in there. Pretty expensive for a campsite really far out of town.
Very good compared to other hostels I've stayed in. Super easy to organise tours through the reception which are also decently priced. Also if you're traveling alone it's easy to meet people in the bar pub crawl every night.
The accommodation is frustratingly far away from Siena's city centre. There's a public bus every 20 - 30 min which you can catch into town, that takes ~20min. Or you can walk for an hour in the sun... Summer weather is pretty brutal in the cabins too. There's no air con, so they're sweltering from 10am until well past midnight. It's nice that there's a supermarket in the campground, however it closes at 8pm and they have several-hour-long siestas in the afternoon which is impractical
Decent stay, stayed in a tent so it was cheap and cheerful, had a pool and a bar with decent staff, just remember to bring a swimming cap for the pool or they won't let you in... And you'll need to buy one from them for 2.50, also beware the tents are on hills so you may roll off your bed a couple of times but we had fun