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A hostel located in different departments of buildings. The beds are bad, very old. Bathrooms are insufficient. No common areas. It is located in a degraded and dirty area, it is not pleasant to walk but well connected. The best ticket you get for breakfast.
Very nice accommodating staff very knowledgeable about all the attractions a give you a map and speak very good English.
I booked a five bed dorm very reasonably priced they also give you a complementary breakfast and 10% off a very nice pasta restaurant called...More
Good price and just two minutes away from main station Termini, walking distance to many touristic atractions. Mabri gave us a map and drew routings for each day of our stay which saved us a lot of time. Complimentary bottle of wine was also a...More
We booked a double room. Easy walking distance from the train station and we were welcomed after our long haul flight in the laundromat come Internet cafe check in point. We were given a map and tips on catching public transport and places to eat....More
My son and I stayed here, and had a great experience. We booked a twin room (two single beds), with private bath and shower (there are other options available, including more hostel-esque accommodations with shared rooms and bathroom facilities). Our room was clean and comfortable,...More
US$38 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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