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Seven Hills Village 18-35’s Reviews

Via Cassia 1216, Via Cassia 1216, Rome, Italy

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264 Total Reviews
  • 80%Value For Money
  • 80%Security
  • 60%Location
  • 80%Staff
  • 80%Atmosphere
  • 80%Cleanliness
  • 80%Facilities

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it's shame that the minimum of security (during my holiday a iron floor has been fall down and i don't spaek about the fire safety around plenty wood chalet ....incredible to see this in middle ofr europe in a place like Rome ) in not respected in this resort because it's a quiet place and charming atmosphere for growing !!!!!

  • 22nd Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • France
  • Male, 41+
  • (1 review)


Although the campside is a bit far away from Rome they offer a convenient shuttle service. The cabins are a bit small but the facilities and especially the pool and the restaurant make up for it. The supermarket isn't great and the breakfast buns are often rockhard, but overall the campside is good value for money.


The cabin we stayed in was nice and cosy with lots of others around so there was a buzz of activity. The swimming pool was amazing, the restaurant was fantastic and the shop was good. There was a bar and club which opened I think every other night with lots of people there which was really fun. The lady on reception was quite rude sometimes but generally helpful. The location isn't very good, a shuttlebus (free) a train and a metro to the centre, that was disappointing but the side was great


The toilets were always disgusting, either dirty or blocked. There was a contiki party every night which was very loud. On a positive note, the rooms were very clean and cute. Loved staying in the room.


This place is way better than I was expecting. From previous reviews we were expecting it to be horrible. The staff were generally fantastic, with one or two not so good. Waiters in Pizzeria and Pool staff amazing. Cabins very small but other than that just fine, especially for the money. Massive pain having to walk up long (and noisy) staircase to get loos, especially in the night. Pool fantastic, Pizzeria great and shuttle service very helpful. Loud drunk Contiki parties are very annoying.

  • 27th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Not a bad place except for the fact that they host a travel party group. If you want to be all night long with a group of loud drunks this is the perfect place.


This place was very cheap and a good option for those on a very tight budget. Location is far from city, however they run a free shuttle that drops you at train station. Lovely restaurants at the camping site and also the camping grounds were very nice themselves. Just be prepared for very noisy and annoying young tour groups (contiki) that stay every night and also dirty showers.


Had a good stay. The location was quite annoying, but the price made up for it. Staff was really friendly. The WiFi wasn't great.


Unless you actually want to camp while staying in Rome then do not book here. The actual room was very different than pictured, 2 hrs to reach from the train station. Shuttle is nice but is not well marked so it can be easy to miss. The service stops at 9pm, don't get to fully enjoy the Roman night life. For a double bed which was two twins put together and NO room for anything in the room. Literally 1.5 ft of space from the bed to the wall. Lots of uphills, restaurant really expensive, we left.


Seven Hills? More like Seven Hells! By far the worst experience of our Europe trip. We booked for 3 nights. We went to our cabin, we were very disappointed. Much smaller than what we were expecting, and it was full of bugs. I had killed about 10-20 spiders in the cabin as well, many with egg nests. You think they would clean it out before we arrived. We checked out after our first night as soon as we could, and they wouldn't refund us. Long commute to Rome. Highly recommend avoiding this place.


Far from city but super easy to get to and from (about half an hour into Rome). PAY ATTENTION TO SHUTTLE SCHEDULE. Good bar and good value for money


You get what you paid for basically.


Pretty funny place to stay when visiting Rome. Nice because it's cheap and out of the crowded city, but maybe not as convinient to get to. The double bed in the cabin is two twins pushed together, and there is literally a one foot gap on all sides from the wall. Walls are also paper thin. You can't deny the amazing hippopatumus club though


I was particularly impressed by the restaurant for a campsite. It was good food at competitive prices and the chef and head waiter were very kind and welcoming which for a lady travelling alone makes a big difference. Bar staff were particularly helpful too. Thank you! Alison :-)

  • 2nd May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Scotland
  • Female, 41+
  • (1 review)

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