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 Value for Money  4.0
 Rooms  3.5
 Cleanliness  4.0
 Location  4.5
 Security & Safety  4.5
 Service & Staff  4.5
 Food / Dining  2.5
 Total  4.0

"Not too bad"

User Rating:  3.4
Reviewer:   Lenka A. of Sokolov, Czech Republic
Reviewed:   April 11, 2010  (see hotel reviews from Hosteltraveler.com)
Traveled:   March 2010     Type:   Active/Adventure
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Comments  (English):
It was very difficult to find this hostel as there was no sign on the building. The room was small but quiet, the TV and the WiFi connection didn't work.
Nevertheless the location was super!

"Beds are amazing"

User Rating:  4.7
Reviewer:   Laura S. of Montreal, QC, Canada
Reviewed:   March 17, 2010  (see hotel reviews from Hosteltraveler.com)
Traveled:   February 2010     Type:   Youth/Student
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Comments  (English):
We didn't actually stay at Hostel Campo de Fiori- there were some issues so we stayed at their sister establishment on Via Sicilia. Though the location was very nice it wasn't really ideal for what we wanted to do but we managed. The metro isn't super conveniently located so if you don't want to walk up a giant hill every night take advantage of Rome's bus route journey planner.
Other than that, rooms were beautiful, airy, and clean with balconies, bathrooms were clean though our shower was a little busted, and staff was very nice. Beds are incredible! Breakfast is typical coffee and cornetto in the bar downstairs, where staff is also very friendly and they serve pasta dishes that sound very good and reasonably priced, but they are closed on Sunday and it's a bit difficult finding an alternative nearby. In general the restaurants and bars (bar-bars, not coffee bars) around the hotel seemed a bit expensive but it was around Via Veneto.. it's worth venturing out to Trastevere, San Giovanni or Testaccio if you want better value and a hipper scene.


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