Hostel San Sisto - Due Torri Reviews
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It was an average hostel. The pizzas were good that they ordered in for us.
This is the only hostel in the city so not much of a choice. It's way out there in the boondocks!! Hard to see the stop so I missed it and ended up having to walk back on the side of the road. Super dangerous. No wifi anywhere in the hostel. One worker said the tech to come fix it but it was going to be a few days. Communal touchscreen sucked. Female recep lied and said it worked to get me to stay. Jean-Felippe - think his name was - was uber nice and helpful though so that was a plus.
hostel was nice. rooms were big and beds were comfy. Hostel was a bit far from city centre but easy to catch the bus.taxi cost me €14 from train station to hostel.
Great ambient and clean environment. The vending machines are really useful, as it sells snacks, drinks and personal cleaning goods, such as shaving razor. The individual lockers inside the room are also a great advantage. The bus takes you from and to the city center in 15 minutes, so it is not too far, coming every 30 minutes. Breakfast is also included with decent options. The internet though REALLY SUCKS, I could use it for 30 minutes in 2 days.
Reception difficult to find but the place as a whole was good.
Probably the worst hostel I've ever been, and all the people that I met there shared this opinion. The staff is composed by a bunch unhappy/grumpy/helpess people. The cleanliness if the hostel is terrible, lots of crabs in the beds, bathrooms always full o fezes and showers full of pubes. The location is bad as well, it's like 8km from the city center and the only way to get there is by bus. Another thing worth mentioning is the lack of internet, supposely there is but it simply never works..
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)