AddressVia Carlo Alberto 13 00185 RomeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A hostel in name only, this pearl offers small, hotel-standard rooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom, and decorated in tasteful low-key style – beamed ceilings, wooden floors, French windows, black-and-white framed photos. There's also an apartment, with kitchen, that sleeps up to four. No lift and no breakfast.
Further pluses include tea-/coffee-making kits in rooms and a personalised map that the owner provides, complete with recommendations and tips.
Our independent authors have visited Blue Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Monti, Esquilino & San Lorenzo.
Description provided by property
Housed in a former convent built during the 17th century,
with an amazing location between Santa Maria Maggiore, Termini Station and the Coliseum, Bluehostel provides fantastic double or triple rooms.
Every room at Bluehostel has en-suite bathroom and shower, air conditioning, Lcd TV, free wifi and wooden floors.
The rooms are daily cleaned and tastefully refurbished and are decorated with excellently preserved traditional ceilings.
The area is great, close to everything that Rome can offer within nice walking distance.
The best for those who like to escape from mass tourism and enjoy the real atmosphere of the city!
Decorated with traditional character and modern chic, within a reasonable price, Bluehostel is the ideal base for couples or small groups wishing to spend a lovely vacation in the eternal city.
Priceless tips by the owner on where to eat, what to do and how to jump the queue!
Services & facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- Security Lockers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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