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Case Rosse Reviews

Via Colombo 25, Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy

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59 Total Reviews
  • 57%Value For Money
  • 63%Security
  • 77%Location
  • 54%Staff
  • 66%Atmosphere
  • 69%Cleanliness
  • 51%Facilities

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Hello, the ad is misleading as they use one room to make it look like it's really great. We up graded to the best room and it was great. That said towels were like carpet and the two dudes are shady. Cheers Norman

  • 24th Sep 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Mixed Group, 41+
  • (1 review)


Case Rosse is essentially a shared apartment, not a hostel, and I wouldn't stay here again. Overpriced for the facilities offered and rude guest treatment. The first night my friend and I were put in a room with several beds, only for staff to literally tell us not to touch more than one. The next day, the staff made us switch to another room (with a considerably worse view) because a larger group was coming. WiFi is only at the reception building and is turned off when the staff isn't present.


This is not a hostel, it's a series of rooms that are rented out via an agency. The people there are super shady - when you pay, GET A RECEIPT!


We arrived late and they helped us out with instructions to get to our place we were staying! That helped us out a lot! Great location, people have to realize that the towns are very hilly so of course it's going to be a climb! Had a great time, would definitely go back!


I had a good stay the first night in the room, however the second night wasn't the best. The reason is the walls are paper thin, and having what seemed to be about 12 people sharing a common room made it so every single door opening/closing and conversation was heard quite clearly in our room. That and the main office is so far away, it was a 15 minute walk to ask a question....up and down a mountain. Overall it wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great either.

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