Lonely Planet review
Run by the management of the Hotel Beautiful, the popular Hostel Beautiful is near the Stazione Termini.
Our independent authors have visited Hostel Beautiful and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Rome.
Services & facilities
- 24 hour reception
- Linen included
Description provided by property
Hostel Beautiful is located around the corner from the main Train Station (Termini) connecting you to all the fascinating monuments of the Eternal City. If you prefer to walk, however, you'll find everything within steps!The hostel offers an easy going and relaxing atmosphere. All rooms are spacious, bright and clean with 2, 3, or 4 beds. Rooms with private bathrooms are available.*NOTE: FROM 01 JANUARY 2011 THE ROME CITY COUNCIL INSERTED A DAILY TAX FOR THE TOURISTS. THIS TAX IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE PRICE AND COSTS 2 PER NIGHT/PER PERSON (FOR A MAXIMUM OF 10 NIGHTS STAY). CHILDREN UNDER 2 YEARS DON'T HAVE TO PAY THIS TAX*All Public and Private spaces are non-smoking.*RESERVATION / CANCELLATION POLICY :* For New Year & Easter minimum stay of 3 nightsPlease note that for the period of New Years Eve : 29 December-2nd of January we have a 7 days cancellation policy1)PAYMENT IS ONLY IN CASH, on arrival for all nights booked2)If you do not give us 24 hours notice of your 'no show' by e-mail we will unfortunately have to debit your card. The amount charged will be your first night's accommodation.Phone cancellations are not accepted.Other services include:- 24 hour reception- No curfew or lockout- Hot showers- Kitchen facilities- Linen and towels included- Free daily maid service- Free maps of the city- City information
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