The workers were nice enough, it had a chill/quiet vibe. the hostel was located a little far from the touristy stuff but that wasn't a bad thing because the area was really beautiful. I couldn't get wifi in my room but there were plenty of communal computers. Worse thing was that i slept in the most uncomfortable of my entire trip, hopefully i was just unlucky and the rest are not that bad.
Absolutely loved this place to bits. The guys who work there were so generous and warm, they really went out of their to make sure we enjoyed our stay. Easily the best hostel I have stayed at in Europe
I was the only person staying in the entire hostel, so i cant really comment on the atmosphere! They were doing in between spring cleaning when i was there so there was clutter everywhere and it was a little dirty. Couldn't get wifi on the second floor which kinda sucked. Overall I feel like I cant really judge the place since it felt like it was shut down over the spring, I would recommend staying in another hostel in low season.
Great hostel, lives up to it's excellent reviews. The staff are great! Really go out of there way to help. A++
Right near the main station, really clean, the apartment shared with other hostels which was good for the atmosphere. 4 Euro for breakfast though, I'm used to being spoilt with free breakky in italy!
This really is a party hostel, so if after 8hrs of walking around rome you want to simply curl up and sleep do not stay here. But otherwise this is a great place, free drinks in the evening(!) means that it is quite social and The hostel is right near the metro in a cool area. Breaky was two euros and was really surprisingly good. Overall a bargain gem.
i was a bit nervous about booking a 20 person dorm but it was very spacious that it wasnt an issue, location is good and the wifi connection is great.
it wasn't great but compared to what is around it is a bargin. garden is beautiful but bathrooms are v. basic
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (9 reviews)