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Residenza Giustiniani Reviews

Via Gaeta 64, Rome, Lazio, Italy

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63 Total Reviews
  • 86%Value For Money
  • 87%Security
  • 89%Location
  • 79%Staff
  • 76%Atmosphere
  • 87%Cleanliness
  • 85%Facilities

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The room is very clean, and the staffs are very helpful and supportive. Advice for traveling alone: If you are female traveling alone, be careful not to stay in the Termini Station area by yourself at late night. Always walk fast back to the hostel, Termini Station could be sketchy at night.


This hostel was AMAZING! (And trust me when I say that!) It's really easy to find and has a great location; all the major monuments/ruins are within walking distance! Since it is so close to Termini, it's also really easy to catch the Metro and go anywhere. The staff is super friendly, and VERY informative. The room was very clean, and the kitchen was clean as well! The free breakfast is also a great perk! I'd definitely recommend this hostel, and look forward to staying there again!


Good hostel. Very clean, organized. Close to the Termine, wich is great, as makes it easy when arriving and when leaving Rome. Besides, in the Termini, you can take busses and metro to many of Rome highlights. The breakfast, though, is almost simbolic, just a corneto, milk, coffe. I recommend this hostel.


First off, this hostel has about 5 different names, so if your cabbie is looking for it, tell him Legends. Anyway, it's next to La Famiglia restaurant. Pros: it's close to the metro station, the location is decent, there is a full kitchen and computer with free internet. Cons: 1 bathroom for 10+ people, internet is SUPER slow and this place is hard to find because the front desk is around the corner from the hostel.


It is not easy to find the hostel, there is no sign. Actually, the hostel is splitted into seperate flats, with the reception in a complete different building. However, it is cheap and clean, and very close to the Roma Termini station.


The hostel gives you a coupon where you can have 4 pizza slices, pasta, and a generous glass of wine or other drink all for five euros. The room was well decorated and clean and safe. Good value for money.

  • 28th Jan 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Located in a very old building which does have a tiny lift that you can use when checking in and out. Room was quite big and clean and bathroom was decent. Card to open the room door and always someone at reception gave me a good feeling regarding safety. Lockers inside the room (bring your own padlock). No commom room apart from a couple of computers you can use at reception area. Breakfast place is around the corner and all you can have is one sweet croissant & coffe, black or white.


For what you pay this hostel is well worth it. It seems to have been updated recently so all the bathrooms are really clean and modern. My first night I booked into the reception-adjacent dorm, and I did find it noisy at night because you can hear everything at the reception desk. It was also a little annoying to have to leave the hostel to use the kitchen in the morning (I skipped the pastry breakfast). My second night I stayed in the kitchen-adjacent building, which was, for me, better.


It was sooooo nice. You have to book now! Because there are good kitchen and very quiet atmosphere. And perfect heater timer!! You don't need to ask to reception.


Only annoying thing is the kitchen and common room are separate from the actual accommodation, but it's just around the corner so no big deal. Stairs can be annoying but the lift works and for the awesome location, free brekky and cheap price, it's definitely a great place!

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