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Tiber Hostel and Camping Reviews

Via Tiberina km 1.400, Rome (Prima Porta), I-00188, Rome, Italy

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1550 Total Reviews
  • 80%Value For Money
  • 73%Security
  • 58%Location
  • 83%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 73%Cleanliness
  • 73%Facilities

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Was entirely empty and lots of the facilities were closed add it was the end of summer. They couldn't find our booking so just gave us a random room. A walk or shuttle bus (which costs) and train away from the centre of Rome


We enjoyed our stay at Tiber, although the mosquitoes were incredibly bad! Make sure you can spray BEFORE you arrive or you will be eaten alive. Staff were incredibly friendly especially the woman at the front office


It was a bit too far from the city for my liking. Excellent value even with city tax added but extra cost and time considerations such as daily transport etc that come with this accommodation option make options closer to the city more attractive for people wanting to really explore the city IMO.


The Camp has nice facilities such as a bar, shop, pool and restaurant. We found the staff very friendly and helpful especially the lady at reception. The beds in the bungalows are probably the worst beds Ive slept on (been traveling for 2 months) springs dig into you, also my wool blanket had grass prickles all through it. The bungalows are very small just 2 single beds. There are also lots of mosquito's. The shuttle bus service isn't free, its cost 1euro per person, and don't run from 12-4.


The Hostel is situated half an hour from the Termini train station,quite clean, rooms are nothing special for that price. Important thing is that you've to pay everytime the shuttle from/to the train station (Prima Porta), it's free only the first time but the don't write it on the hostel note. The food in the restaurant is quite good and the price is normal.


Shuttle to train costs a euro then a euro fifty to get into Rome. Takes 30 minutes or so but the shuttle doesn't run from 12-4pm. Camp is quiet expect when the school trip kids come back for the day and run around screaming. Had a 6 bed dorm to myself for 3 days, bar/ restaurant and market on site but they also close in afternoon. Pool was nice to sit by but the pool bar wasn't open maybe because it's the low season? Good overall but wouldn't stay again.

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