You only pay 15 euros a night, which in my mind is a bargain, especially considering I was there during the Umbria Jazz festival. The rooms are spacious and clean. The location is fantastic, the building oozes character, with a stunning view to boot. There is no breakfast but a well-equiped kitchen where you can cook your own meal. No breakfast is actually a plus, because you have a multitude of good "bars" where you can get an excellent cappuccino with cornetto (filled croissant) for 2 euros! (Most breakfasts in Italian hotels are basic, my best breakfasts have always been in a bar)
The only "annoying" thing is that the hostel is closed between 11 am and 4 pm, and if they say closed, they mean closed, you have to be out by 11 am! Which means you can't sleep extremely late, nor can you take an afternoon nap in your room. Now, I was always out during that time, so I didn't mind that much, but it is sometime to take in mind.
- Also Known As:
- Ostello Di Perugia Italy - Umbria