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It is perfect if you are more into sight seeing, getting an early start, and saving money by cooking in. It is perfectly located though...five minutes walk from Termini train station. And even though some reviews said the area was rough, I never felt that way because it was so busy. Was a little noisy on the street when we had to open the window, but not too bad. The 6 bed dorm only has 4 lockers though. Bring your own lock :-) Staff was great too! Thanks so much!
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 25-30
- (1 review)
The staff helped me orient myself in the city and were more than willing to help with anything I asked. They gave recommendations and really tried to make you feel at home. Definitely a cozy place.
Great hostel. Clean, well-appointed, wifi and breakfast. Conveniently situated near the main station with easy transport links to other cities and to both of rome's metro lines. Walking distance from main sights. Friendly and sociable atmosphere with a common room that's like a living room where you can watch tv or chat. The hostel owner cooked us all pasta one night - brilliant!
This hostel is the best! The staff is SUPER NICE, its unbelievable. Its two blocks from Termini, the central station and theres also a supermarket, laundry and the best gelato ever at a 2 minute walk. They offer all types of spices and basic ingredients in the kitchen which is great because then you don't have to buy them from the supermaket. A very nice environment forms around the common room, it was really easy to meet lots of people. Rooms are spacious.
A really good hostel: close to Termini train and bus station, and the 2 tube lines, ideal to join the main attractions. The staff is really nice and helpful; the place is clean and the atmosphere is great: here you can meet many people from all around the world. His "sister" Hostella, a few meters away, has to be recommended too, for female travellers. I really enjoyed my time in Rome, at the Roman Holidays and Hostella.
Located very close to Termini station. A bit far away from attractions by walk(about 20min to Coloseum) but OK. Friendly and helpful staff, and a bit small but clean and tidy room.
I liked the hostel a lot! The location is perfect, rooms are cleaned everyday, kitchen is well-equipped. I definitely enjoyed my stay and will stay there again during my next visit to Rome.
Roman Holidays Hostel was miles better than the last place I stayed at in Rome. Crisp clean bedding, workable kitchen, cosy common room (with sports channels!) and the staff... Genuinely nice people. I don't want to get your hopes up but one night I was included in their pasta dinner (thank you!). If ever I'm back in Rome I won't bother looking anywhere else for a bed :)
Location was fantastic! Most staff members were very friendly. Security very good, felt safe and our room was well away from the small common room so it was very quiet of a night time. Rooms and shared bathroom were clean and the shower size / water pressure was great. A pretty quiet hostel, not a great deal of socialising going on but if you are looking for a clean, quiet place to sleep on a budget like us then this place is perfect. I would definitely stay here again when I am next in Rome!
Good chilled environment. Certainly not a party scene but it's a short walk to the yellow if you're after that. Very close to 2 metro stops, the bus station, Termini station which makes getting around very easy. Be careful with your food, or it might get chucked. Good experience.
The location is very good to get where ever you need on underground and foot (if you are up to it) the staff need an attitude check, there is a strong sense of resententment for anyone who can't speak Italian. The only nice staff member was a young lady name starts w A. My room faced the st & we weren't allowed to use a/c! So noise from window was bad! Breakfast is awful, go to bakery downstairs instead. Wifi is ok. Beds need upgrading. A bed & shower is what you get from Roman Holidays.
Good people there, excellent hostess.. thanks for being helpful with me..
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
Everything OK. Nice room, great wi-fi and staff.Ciao
Good location just a few minutes from the station, clean, small and quiet, not a party hostel, helpful staff...
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Good location near the railway station and easy to find. Private room was clean but very small . Kitchen facilities limited and a bit unclean. Breakfast just a pre packaged croissant. Staff were only helpful, when an incident had occurred ( and we had to rely on other hostel members to help us out first)Then was helpful and assisted. Reasonably good value for money
The owners were very lovely and friendly and we had an amazing time there
Nice staff, friendly, helpful etc. A bus trip from the centre each day..only 1.5 euros each way...but the same for most/all of the hostels. Frequent buses. In the ctr it is more expensive I think. Imo avoid room 105 which goes to the street, noisy and overcrowded imo. and small bathroom. Other rooms much better, ensuite bathrooms. Nice common room with big TV and satellite channels. Internet PC. No breakfast, coffee and a factory packaged croissant ....not gonna eat that stuff....