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Coconuts is located just in front of Termini station and it´s a good option for a budget stay and also if you don´t want to carry your luggage so far as they have lockers in the room. The room for 4 people is very clean,...More
Me and my friend were here for 3 nights, it is a really great hostel. Bus from the airport took us to station Termini and we literaly just had to cross the road to reach the hostel. It is in the center, some 7 minutes...More
For me, the highlight of this hostel is meeting the staff. Neri is super cute, friendly and always has a big smile on her face. Convenient location near Roma Termini, many keys but in the end straight forward with the use of only two or...More
- Look for a green door and the number 137.
- The amount of keys will confuse you, but in the end you only need to use the two smallest ones and the electric clicker, it's simple.
- Always remember to close the elevator doors,...More
Beds and room were cozy, great view and awesome location being right across from termini. We were able to get back very easy from a lot of places with transit because of that.
There is no big sign to find the place, so look for...More
US$ 20 - US$ 43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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