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Seven Hills Village 18-35’s Reviews

Via Cassia 1216, Via Cassia 1216, Rome, Italy

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76%

Rating
288 Total Reviews
  • 88%Value For Money
  • 78%Security
  • 54%Location
  • 75%Staff
  • 82%Atmosphere
  • 79%Cleanliness
  • 77%Facilities

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80%

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.


60%

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.


80%

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


60%

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.


80%

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 !


66%

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


37%

My girlfriend and I stayed in one of the 11 euro a nigh chalets for 5 nights. We would have left the first night if we had not already payed. The village takes at least an hour and a half to get to from the center of Rome. All prices inside the market and at the restaurants are extremely steep, 3 euros for a small bottle of beer. All the exercise equipment is broken, showers reak of poop smell. Dirty pool cost 3 euros. Lots of extremely loud kids partying every night. Wifi spotty at best.

  • 29th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


89%

It's camping. You're in a cabin and have to walk to the communal toilet/shower. That said, the room was immaculate (albeit small) and the grounds were clean. The place is hidden, hard to find based on the directions given (don't look for the tiny sign at the address they give, follow the larger sign! It takes you straight to the back entrance? Maybe it's actually the front? Turn @ intersection right before the cafe). If the shuttle isn't running, be prepared to walk over 2KM to the train.


83%

Thanks for all the help and for offering me some really well-needed rest. I feel that there needs to be more clarity on the schedule of the restaurants, given that i showed up to the pizzeria on my first night at around 10:30 and I got 0 service, even though staff were still working. Just saying


89%

The location of the hostel is far away from the city center. You will face a lot of trouble if you are gonna stay for a short time at Rome.




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