x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bergamo is £48 per night.
via Bartolomeo Bono 25Outstanding 99%
willy.beam This was our second visit to Fragolino after about 2 years and it remains an excellent, value-for-money choice. We stayed in the en-suite room (private bathroom) so we found our accomodation even better.
Via Costa San Gallo, 3 San Giovanni BiancoOutstanding 97%
via Michelangelo Buonarroti n. 2/B SorisoleExcellent 94%
anne.mellahn It´s a nice place to stay,everyone is friendly and helpful,breakfast is delicious with homemade marmelade and anything you want.Daily Bruna gave me the timetable from train,so i can go very easy.It`s laying in the pre-alps,where the churchbells ringing.See you again Bruna and Sorisole best regards from Anne
prickus Good location and service. Impressive interior. It's an appartment, so you'll have to share bathroom, living room and kitchen with other guests if you take only one room.
via Ghislanzoni 30 bergamoExcellent 91%
reina-mee I have spent just one night in Central hostel Bg, and it was just what I was looking for: a welcoming, clean and centrally situated place where to have a rest after a exhausting day of sightseeing.
alandchris We stayed here over a FANTASTIC weekend in Bergamo in February 2006... The hosts were FANTASTIC and so very friendly... The Roma room was absolutely perfect for our stay and staying at Abaco was a definite highlight of our time in Bergamo... I would highly recommend this Guesthouse to everyone! I am just gutted we won't be able to head back there now we are back in New Zealand!
teddylow Impeccable service! Guido was very helpful to our needs, from the start of our stay with a personal pick-up service in his BMW to rearrangement of our accommodation arrangements. Despite the small miscommunication in our booking (where our group of 6 had to stay in a single room instead of two as earlier booked), he took the upmost effort to ensure that we were by far not in any inconvenience and was certainly very apologetic for his oversight. Nevertheless, I strongly recommend this hostel for visitors to Milan; with an hourly connection from Bergamo, this is, in my opinion, a safer and easier option than to meander through the complicated metro lines of Milan. The hostel is well-furnished, clean, bright and the coffee-maker is a definite life-saver! Just perhaps it might be very helpful to adequately confirm the booking, as it could get slightly messy should one decide to make changes.
Via Vincenzo Magni, 2Awesome 86%
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.
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