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Cold water in the shower
NO lockers for luggage
Free dinner is terrible
Rooms are extremely small and dirty
Please dont choose this hostel
And the hostel they take you is not the one you book as they take you to another building.
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The hostel's boss, michael, wait your arrival, gives you the key.
He was soo nice I decided to speak with me until late!
Smiling and helpful, thanks to him, you can sleep in total confidence.
Very good location in Roma's center!
At first, I don't like this place. But staffs were nice. Most of all, this place is close to everywhere, including Termini station and also cheap. So, I can't say it is the best place in Rome but I think it is quite a good...More
I visited this hostel in august. Did my check in and payed my 2 nights in cash, then went for something to eat and drink with some friends. When I came back a guy was sleeping in my bed, all my stuff on the floor...More
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