We stayed here for two nights in October. While it is a bit far out of the centre of Rome it is within 10 minutes walk to two metro stations and also has a bus stop handy. We were of the impression that we had booked a women's only room but when we arrived we were in a mixed dorm. This wasn't a big deal but something to keep in mind if you want a women's only dorm. The rooms are small with bunks but there was no rail on the top bunks. There were lockers provided but you need to provide your own lock. Breakfast was provided. Stock standard European breakfast of cereals, breads, juices and cake. There was kitchen facilities to prepare food if you desire. Clean and hygienic shared bathroom facilities. The staff were efficient and happy to help with directions. The lady (can't remember her name) was enthusiastic in recommending one of her favourite restaurants. Hearing her talk about it we just had to try it out and it was delicious! A real local experience which was great!
Down side - there are no locks on the rooms, they are just left open throughout the day. They were safe but sometimes made us feel a little uneasy.
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- This hostel is ideal for families and those who prefer cozy and tranquil lodgings as it is in a quiet location. This Hostel is geared primarily towards private accommodations, either with shared or en suite bathrooms. Our international atmosphere and English speaking staff help make us a true backpacker's paradise. This Hostel will provides an ideal base for the Travelers & Backpackers to explore Rome's Monuments and Historical Place. ... more less
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