x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bergamo is £58 per night.
Piazzetta Luigi Angelini 15Outstanding 100%
Via Broseta 61/aExcellent 94%
minna.e.kamula We only stayed for one night, but everything went well and we were pleased with our stay. We were placed into a separate apartment, which was very nice and tidy. The only little minus was that we were sharing this self-service apartment with another group of people, which was a bit funny as no staff was around. I think it would be more ideal for bigger groups (4-6 people) that would get the entire place for themselves. The location was excellent, close to the railway station and city center. All in all, I would recommend :).
stephen__s A very pleasant modern Hostel. Some way out of Bergamo. If you are coming by bus from the airport I suggest you get the 1C bus all the way to the old town and then get the number 3 from Old Town which takes you all the way to the Hostel terminus. It just seems easier than looking out for the bus stop on the number 6 route in the dark in our case although it is further. We actually walked from the 1 bus stop in town (Porto Nuovo). It took about 40 mins but you will need a good map or a TomTom to find hostel. The rooms are very clean and my wife and I were given a family room with a bathroom shared with the next family room, not ideal but better than a bathroom shared with the whole floor. Breakfast usual jam and bun, not very exiting. No cooking facilities but there was a microwave. I marked the value down but that it because the £/euro is poor at the moment.
efeketeste There were not enough information available about train connections to Milan, otherwise the appartment was nice, but a bit noisy.
j.mclaughl We stayed in a two-bedroom apartment, my wife and I occupying a comfortable bedroom with a good-sized bed, and our son in a single bedroom. When we arrived the landlady was found in an office next door, and she made us very welcome and even carried my wife's suitcase up the stairs, which was a considerable feat of strength and stamina. Later in our stay she arranged somewhere for us to park our (hired) car. She had provided the apartment with enough food to get us going, coffee, milk, yoghurt, bread and some spreads. Also muesli bars and wrapped cakes. As we found elsewhere in Italy, the coffee making was an interesting adventure. There was a good sized gas cook top and a microwave, and ample cookware, crockery and cutlery. The apartment is wonderfully situated between the old and new parts of the town, so we could get to the old town with its wonderful buildings and restaurants in about 10 minutes, and down to the new town in about the same time. We particularly enjoyed the apartment terrace, with an antique mural on one wall and spacious enough for all our washing. All in all, VERY GOOD.
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