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Seven Hills Village 18-35’s Reviews

Via Cassia 1216, Via Cassia 1216, Rome, Italy

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322 Total Reviews
  • 86%Value For Money
  • 76%Security
  • 58%Location
  • 71%Staff
  • 79%Atmosphere
  • 71%Cleanliness
  • 72%Facilities

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Was really cheap but there was no kitchen and food was so expensive.


Location not ideal it's a lot further out than expected. Shuttle service is very average and not frequent enough. Over all cabin was nice and clean, pool area felt a bit dated and mucky


The security is truly horrible and we got both an iPod and our camera stolen. The pool is nice, but you have to pay an extra €3/day to use it, which isn't on the site. There was a huge fire in one of the cabins, and we almost had to be evacuated. Obviously this isn't at the fault of the staff, but it was rather scary and put a damper on the whole trip. Also the 'grocery store' is not that great at all. They have beer and wine, but as for food, they don't offer a whole lot.


nice place and easy to get to with public transport. took about 30 minutes to get to the centre of Rome when leaving the campsite. restaurant there was good but they got a stupid card system for payments which was an inconvenience... nice place though


Bungalows are good and things are usually clean. Market is very expensive, I recommend buying food outside and bringing it. The only bad thing is the location (it's more than one hour away from the city), but for the price you pay you really can't ask for more. Staff is helpful and friendly.


This campsite was really for tour groups (contiki) who are not interested in meeting new people. No kitchen, over priced food, shuttle driver sometimes forces people to tip. TONS of Mosquitos, but comfy beds.


Awesome place for such a low price, and you have a swimming pool ! Perfect when it's 38 degres like the few days we spend down Roma.


The hostel promised much more than was delivered. The wifi only worked near reception or the bar only in the morning. The staff was not very helpful and were rude at times. On the website it says that they could help prepare tours to Pompeii but when asked they could not. The shuttle service to the airport is very expensive, a taxi from the hostel to the airport was much less expensive.

  • 14th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The accomodation was not what I expected. First, the location was a bit far taking more than 30min to get there. There is not electric power in the tends nor internet there. Even in the places you can get internet it doens't work very well. The toilets and showers were really old and dirty


I had a great stay. Sure there were no AC i my room and there were loud australian teens during the evenings. But having the price in mind it was totaly worth it. Depends obviously what you are in Rome for. As I was there for sigthseeing and having a drink in the evenings it was great.

  • 10th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Sweden
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


This was a surprisingly nice place. It was more than just a camp ground. It's also very cheap but once you get there they make you pay for everything: the use of the pool, laundry is expensive, food and drinks are a bit expensive. But you get what you pay for.


This was one of my favorite hostels I stayed in Europe. It's away from the city so you get to enjoy the natural side of Rome that you'd never see. They have a shuttle that runs every half an hour to the train station where you can buy €1 ticket to Rome, the Vatican etc. and it's only like 30 minutes. It has a pool, a bar, and a restaurant. So its okay for people who like the nature and quiet side. It's super cheap. Just don't miss the shuttle.


I had paid for two nights but left after one. Be well aware what you are getting into - this is a tacky party campground very far from everything and populated by tour buses (four buses at least when I was there!) of drunk Brits. It's extremely noisy and you need to walk 5+ minutes to get to the bathroom or a wifi area. You might pay less for a room, but you'll spend more in the overpriced 'supermarket' or restaurant because you can't get to anything. My advice is to avoid this place!


I thought everything was great except the shuttle bus didnt show up for 2 hours the day I was leaving so that really fuc*ed my plans up and i had to buy a new train ticket and everything. Besides that it was great!

  • 1st Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


There was a problem with the stairs which went to the toilets and showers - it was loud. Because we are with good sleep then it didnt bother us.


The village is nice but too far from the city, there's a shuttle bus that works just until 9 at evenings and to reach the station where it is you have to take a metro and a train, so you have to start heading the camping at 7:30. We stayed there 4 nights and had to walk from the nearest station to the camping, near half an hour. Won't do it again.


Environment was wonderful. Cleanliness in main bathrooms could be improved.


They should correct the address, the hostel it's not on Via Cassia, you have to walk almost a mile and the way has no illumination. Bring a flash light.


For the price you are paying it's an incredible deal ! An inconvenience to take a metro, train and shuttle to get to and from The centre part of Rome but it's very simple ! Loved the atmosphere, area and facilities !


pretty solid for five euro but a pain to get to.

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