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Hostel 7 Santi Reviews

Viale Dei Mille 11, Florence, Italy

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1792 Total Reviews
  • 83%Value For Money
  • 83%Security
  • 69%Location
  • 85%Staff
  • 78%Atmosphere
  • 83%Cleanliness
  • 80%Facilities

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It was nice staying here for practical reasons but it is pretty far from the city center. We also discovered bug bite marks on us after our stay here - hope its not bed bugs.


This is a lovely hostel, the dorm rooms are clean and the people staying there were friendly. The one major disadvantage to staying here for us was that there was no air conditioning so it stayed hot at night, which made it a bit hard to sleep. However, the church adjoining the hostel is absolutely beautiful and it's a good location.


Without air conditioner it was so hot to bear and the fan was installed on the opposite site of window it blows away all the fresh air. And the first day there was no anti-mosquito device so all the people in my room waked up but they said there is no way to fix it. It was nightmare.


I just used the place literally to sleep, but it was comfortable, they just need air-conditioner to make the place colder, it was too hot at night. The place is not close at all from all the touristic places. But the staff really helps you with that.


The place itself was fine. But it didn't have a hostel atmosphere, there were a bunch of high schoolers on a trip or something that took over the place.


short bus ride into central Florence. They offer a dinner which was good and inexpensive. Would stay there again


This place is pretty far from the center where the sites are, but if you like to walk its fine or there's the bus option. The lockers are good if you have a lock with a thin handle, but if you don't the place seems pretty secure so we weren't too worried. The breakfast, dinner, and bar were all really cheap and a good deal, but they didn't have a kitchen. Private bathrooms for each room was really nice. We had a really good experience at this hostel


Rooms were HOT, and you only have one small fan mounted on the wall for the whole room. No AC. This hostel is also infested with mosquitos. Location is far away from the city center. Other than that, showers were great, and the dinners were good. I would not stay here again.


Good place, really cool building. Our room smelled a little bit, but it was nothing open windows couldn't handle lol. Staff were friendly, even recommended a good place to eat.


We stayed at 6 hostels while touring Italy, and certainly 7 Saints was by far the best. The staff was super-helpful and we were very close to Stazione Campo di Marte, so that was convenient too!


A bit too outside the centre. The room was nicenice, however it didn't have individual plugs close to the beds...


Very noisy from street below. Dinner served by hostel was excellent. It was nice to have the garden.

  • 29th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • All Female Group, 41+
  • (1 review)


The location is not right in the center but there is bus just in front of the hostel so it's good (it takes around 10 minutes by bus to the downtown). Also tks to that, it's not noisy & crowded as in the center. There is a garden in front for having dinner & drink, I love that. Minus points: the dinner there was not worth 7 EUR! & the door in the WC room was broken!


Lovely hostel! We stayed first at a private room and then due to our change of plans in 4-bed dorm. Both of them were spacious and comfortable. The hostel has a good breakfast only for four euros. There's a grocery store and a gelateria on the same street. Train station Firenze Campo di Marte is close-by which was good.


Perfect if you want to relax! dinner all you can eat was really good, clean


big place, more of a hotel but otherwise fine facilities bit of a walk from the more historically central areas of florence


Very nice hostel with great staff at reception.


Not a good experience at all. Although it says that you can pay for accomodations by credit card online,when I arrived the credit card machine was broken and had been for a while, and was told to go back into town to get cash. My bed was missing some bedding that the other guests had and one of the wood rungs under the bed broke in the middle of the night. Worst was having to use google translate with the morning desk assistant trying to check out and figure out how to get to my next destination

  • 20th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


for us, the hostel was hard to find (it's some where in the museum... or some government place...).


Staff weren't very welcoming at check-in and the woman seemed really unhappy to see me. What put me off the most was when I asked for a clean towel as I had been staying there for three nights and the same woman at reception looked at me in disgust and said to me "what do you expect me to do about it I have no towels here", this instantly made me feel uncomfortable there. The rest of the staff were pleasant however. Also, security is almost non-existent as anyone could easily walk in.

  • 19th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Portugal
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)

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