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What are the best Rome youth hostels?

  • Youth Station Hostel: For off-the-beaten-path culture, this hostel is a 10-minute walk from historic Villa Torlonia and the theatres along Via Catania. It’s also steps from Bologna metro station, which will take you right into the city center.
  • Des Artistes Budget Rooms: Start the day with a 10-minute walk to Via Venti Settembre to see what looks good for breakfast. The National Roman Museum is 10 minutes away too; you can also hop on the train at Castro Pretorio (a 2-minute walk) and see all the sights of Municipio I—including epic ancient buildings and the Via dei Condotti retail area.

What are the best party hostels in Rome?

  • The Yellow Hostel: A stay at this fun hostel means access to a bar with live music and the on-site restaurant cooks up huge stacks of waffles. What else could you want from cheap hostels in Rome? Add a great location in the city center, just an 8-minute walk from Roma Termini, and you’ve got a winner.
  • Hostel Trastevere: This hostel puts you within a 10-minute drive of three districts famed for their nightlife: Campo de’ Fiori, Testaccio, and Trastevere. Make new friends in the game room or on-site bar, then hit the town.

What are some Rome hostels with private rooms?

  • Generator Rome: Generator offers private rooms in a variety of configurations. No matter what you end up choosing, you’ll get a TV, separate desk area, a place to hang your clothes, full-length mirror and more. It’s like staying at a hotel, just without the hotel prices.
  • Bar dell'Artista Hostel: Get one queen or two twin beds in a private room with city views, plus a fridge, kettle, and kitchen table to add touches of home. Free coffee and tea add a kick to your morning, but you can also walk 5 minutes to Via Urbana and sip a cappuccino on a cute patio instead.

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