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Well located place (just a short bus ride from Tiburtina station and 2 minutes walk from Manzoni Metro station) with nice staff. I had a spacious room and a very comfortable bed. Unfortunately I did not have the chance to try the breakfast.
So, the worst hostel ever. No toilet paper at bathroom. It wasn't cleaned for 3 days. No wifi at rooms. Air conditioner was directed at my bed so you can't really sleep without a possibility to get sick.
The personal are really unfriendly, like "go...More
The hostel is well located, but you must thing if it's actually worth it. There is not much space and there are no big lockers. Every morning around 5:30 they used to turn off the air conditioner, so we woke up in a boiling heat...More
My friend and I stayed here for two nights. The receptionist was friendly and helpful, but the lockers were outside the room, and no blankets were provided. I slept under my coat the whole time. Would not go back.
Stayed here with a group of friends, toilet flooded when you got shower and drain flooded and made room smelly. Made floor very slippy.
On a positive note staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was not worth getting up for.
US$25 - US$92 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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