Camping Siena Colleverde Reviews
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We stayed in one if the camp's on-site tents
We had good and pleasant stay at Camping. Staff was very helpful, especially the girl in the bar. Definitely I would come back. Thanks again
a fantastic location to relax and enjoy the local countryside. only a short bus ride into Siena. the camp site has a superb restaurant; some of the best food we had on our trip. excellent staff with a friendly nature who are always willing to help.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
We booked a tent for two persons with beds. The matrasses really sucked as they were only 5 cm thick, and in the middle of the night, half of it was laying on the ground. This because the floor of the tent was slanting. But when you put the matras on the floor you will be okay. The tents don't have a lock on it but the campsite felt really safe. Showers and toilets are really clean.
The room itself (twin private) was very good. It was clean, and had all the amenities we needed. However, you have to pay to use wifi and in order to use the pool you have to buy a swimming cap.
I booked a 2 persons tent for one night. The tent was rotten and smelt like rotten. The bed was broken and the sheets where wet. On the foto when booking it looked clean and comfortable, but the pictures not in resemble in any way what you get ones there. I left early at 4pm because we where getting sick in the tent after 4 hours of rotten ''sleep'' and we had to drive another day on the moterbike. I would not reccomend anybody to sleep there, not even an animal!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
We were originally going to stay in a tent, but when we got there and saw there was no real security (I've been camping in places where the tents are padlocked) we upgraded to a mobile home, which was very comfortable and impeccably clean. Town is only a twenty five/thirty minute walk away.
Clean and near campsite with lovely gardens. A little far out from Siena but able to get there by bus. Lacked a little atmosphere compared to other places I have stayed.
There were large bull ants in the bathroom. A dose of insect spray by the cleaner may have helped.
Great! Frequent busses into town, or even walk (35 minutes) if you prefer. Great pool. FYI, when you select a "Tent" on hostelworld, you get a tent you get to sleep in, you don't need to bring your own, great for backpackers on a budget. In the tent are 2 cots with a mattress pillow and blanket on each, bring your own sheets.
Sounded like termites in my room over a number of nights. Couldn't find laundry facilities.
By changing a few things this campsite really could be fantastic. Wifi- you have to pay! Pool- you have to buy a swim cap to swim. I'm all for a clean pool but make the caps free. We then bought caps only to be told it's raining so we couldn't swim (??) No towels. No coat hangers. No door mat so gravel and leaves get tracked into room. Bungalows were in the shade so lovely and cool in summer. Great restaurant for dinner though it's a shame pizza not available for lunch.
The service at the in site restaurant for dinner was less than great. Everyone else who arrived after us were served dinner before us and we only ordered simple meals compared to theirs. Breakfast service was great and food also! The facilities for washing were less than impressive for the shear size of the site to only have 2 washers / dryers. The machine we used did a terrible job, left our clothes dripping wet and had to tumble dry them twice but still wet we had to re wash again at Florence