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Wifi was extremely bad, You can only get it in one spot in the whole campus. Staff were really bad and it seemed like they didn't want to be there. Wouldn't go there again, probably the worst hostel I've ever been too!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
I got really bad bed bugs here and so did many other tents. Although they gave me my entire stay for free, it seemed like a usual occurence and they were people in my tent straight away once I moved out and they got them too.
Did get bed bugs in one of the bungalows. However to the staffs credit they handled it well, moving rooms for us and providing us with washing free of charge. Location a bit awkward needing buses and metros to city centre
Horrible case of bed bugs that have severely affected my travels! Have had to spend money on several creams and go to the doctors. Although they did my washing for free when I asked they did not seem worried about fixing the problem. I know of two others that also found bed bugs and were bitten. Moved into a new bed with other beds not cleaned even when I informed them twice.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
we booked a twinbed room but got changed into a bigger room luckily, in a same price. Saying its location, its a little big far from the nearest metro station, and then need to take a bus. We tried to ask the drivers , but English is not that working well in this country. But we met some people, they were also living in this hostel, and got helped finally. There are MC and some restaurants nearby, and a big supermarket, where you can try the kitchen and enjoy the stay.
Location wasn't too bad, train then bus approx 1 hr. Bus is extremely busy though. Stayed in bungalow for 2 nights then a tent for 1. All very clean and I did feel very safe. Cannot praise staff enough, all very friendly and extremely helpful. Would certainly stay again
Wifi isn't the greatest but the staff and facilities are awesome.
The staff was awesome! The place was pretty big, but there was always stuff happening in the restaurant/bar. Others have mentioned that it's far from the usual touristy areas, but it's really not that bad. Plus, it was nice to escape the crowds at the end of the day. Wifi didn't work well in the tents, but hey, it's a tent. Bathrooms were big and clean. Would definitely go back or stay at other properties!
Luxury camping! Really easy to use public transport to get to rome. Facilities were great and clean The tents have no way of locking up valuables however safes available to rent at reception
Just a little too out of town for me personally. I found the check in a horrid process and the people unfriendly, but the bathrooms made up for everything and the fact the wifi worked in my room too helped big time!
Yes it takes a while to get into town but it is easy to do and manageable. Hard to meet people but good value for money. Second dryer on the left is free! !! Supermarket has heaps and one across the road has more. Buses were very reliable while we were there. Recommend roma pass and not a tour at the Vatican!
The Wifi really sucks, they should get some repeaters. The pool is nice, the staff also.
Everything about PLUS Roma was positive except for the location, but we guess this obviously reflects in the price. Rome is still very much accessible but its a bit of a trek if you plan to go in everyday over a few days. The campsite runs shuttle buses to the Vatican for a small fee, but to get into central Rome you need to get a bus to the metro then the metro into town. The restaurant, laundry and shop at the campsite are excellent. If you aren't bothered about staying central this is great!
Cleaning the restrooms every morning just when people are getting up and wanting to go. Annoying. Easy bus/train combo to get to sights. Big grocery across the street. WiFi is marginal--always going in and out.
We stayed in a 3 person tent which was good. It didn't get too hot or cold overnight and each bed had a PowerPoint and light. You could lock the tent with your key. Only problem was the mosquitoes. The bathrooms were great-clean, plenty available, lots of space for your stuff. There is a shuttle bus into the vatican for only €3 return which was really handy. The restaurant and pool was good too. Overall would recommend but only if you want to go to the Vatican. a hassle to get to inner rome
For two nights we had a lot of partying teenages who stayed awake till 3am. Security was called on numerous occasions but they just continued to party and be loud.
Reception staff are really slow, get "stressed" after dealing with 2 customers and you wait foorrreervveeeer. A bit out of the main area but bus stops right out front and stops at major underground stations. Tents better than "cabins" as there is a "bunk" sticking out of the wall and you have to roll over the rail without smashing into ceiling. Great bar staff good resteraunt
I stayed in a 2 person private tent with my boyfriend. the bottom of the tent wasnt stuck down and we had a mouse come into the tent. It wasnt very safe to leave things in the tent i had to leave my laptop at reception with just a note on it that anyone could have claimed was theirs. They should have lockers for people staying in tents. staff were really really slow at check in and reception. was quite far out but not bad going into town. coming back at night was hard as buses rarely showed up.
Youbg couple second time staying at camping Roma just for one evening before catching a train to Venice. Restaurant has great food, friendly service from all staff. Bathrooms clean and tidy. Beds were comfy enough and they give big blankets incase you get cold. Left early in the morning, reception is 24hours, so they called a taxi which took 5 mins to arrive and took us to train station for €17
We didn't know what to expect when we booked to sleep in tents in Rome... But when we rocked up we were blown away! It's an awesome camping ground, great facilities, clean with a great resturant and bar! The only things I'd say is it is a wee while out from the city, but this didn't concern us and the public transport was easy. Also the noise at night (it's next to the main road) and a few drunken neighbors up to crazy hours in the morning! But overall a great stay! Thank you
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)