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Wiki Hostel & Green Village Reviews

Via Colle Casette 34, Zagarolo, Rome, Italy

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87 Total Reviews
  • 95%Value For Money
  • 94%Security
  • 74%Location
  • 100%Staff
  • 97%Atmosphere
  • 97%Cleanliness
  • 95%Facilities

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This is by far the best hostel I have ever stayed in. Obviously its a bit of a commute to Rome but it is completely worth it, make sure you call when you arrive by train so they can send the shuttle because its a bit of a walk from the train station. I had an amazing stay!


Had a wonderful stay here. The food they make is so good. The staff are all super friendly and helpful. The room was huge. As long as you don't mind the short train ride to/from Rome, would definitely recommend staying at this hostel!


Faultless. The most amazing attentive staff. Worth staying out of Rome for. Great food and drink and at great prices.


I absolutely loved this hostel. It was 20 minutes from downtown Rome, but it was worth it. The train only costs €2.70, and the hostel and its staff make it worth the distance! They've got amazing and clean facilities and they are all incredibly helpful and friendly. Best hostel I've stayed at.


This is the most amazing hostel you could stay in "not" in Rome. So its 30 minutes away and you have to leave the city by 23h if you want to get there before the next morning. In return however you get a resort hotel. 6 bed dorms in a big room with a great big clean washroom. A balcony. A good breakfast with coffee. Good staff thats honest and happy to do what they do. A pool! And the town is actually a really great place to visit if you want a quiet break from Rome.


Different hostel experience from staying centrally in a city - I found that a nice change and it was interesting to see the wee town, but it may not be for everyone. Helpful and friendly staff and the friendliness seemed to spill over to the travellers. Enjoyed my stay here.


I had a wonderful stay at Wiki Hostel! You don't get any keys and they don't lock most parts of the house, but you're in a safe town and on a secluded hill so I felt pretty safe the whole time i was there. Not to mention that the staff also stays on the grounds. The location was average, about a 35 min train outside of Roma, in Zangarolo. Last train from Roma leaves at 10:30pm so if you miss it, that's a 70Euro cab ride. Basically, no partying, which was fine for me. Staff was one of the best!!

  • 2nd Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Philippines
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Great hostel it's 30min from Rome by train but it's a refreshing hostel to stay at and get good rest. I'm a solo traveller so this hostel was a good break from all the big city hostels. The pasta night was great fun and the staff are really warm and friendly. I would stay here again

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