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11. Posted by AshleyC (Respected Member 53 posts) 10y

I'm going to be making my stop in Roma soon. The hostel that I'm staying at is called 'Sandy Hostel'. But the best one I hear is Hostel Alessandro.

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13. Posted by maridod (Full Member 114 posts) 10y

try the Villa Bassi...I think the website is, but if that link doesn't work...go to google and type in villa bassi, rome and you should get to the site. Pretty basic accomodation, but it is really cheap and it is in a nice area...close to trastevere....and very close to central transportation.

14. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 10y

Quoting maba

Also if looking for a appartment in this price range try

Thank you, maba! I found some much cheaper places in Rome and Venice through the site. You're a life saver - well, a mony saver, anyway. We went from just about spending 150 Euro a night in Rome to 80 Euro a night. Yippee!

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17. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 10y

Quoting hagostino

ciao guys

im in rome now, and a good website to check out accomodation and general info in -snip-

ciao and enjoy roma

Mate, bugger off and stop promoting your own website. I've already deleted 30 or so posts with that link in them.... do you think we don't know it's your site or something??? Read the forum rules if you don't understand what any of this promoting stuff means.

18. Posted by quetzalkoa (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

I have read posts regarding accomodation in Rome, and I just thought that you might be interested in the following room for rent:

A small and cosy room is available for rent in Trastevere/Monteverde area.
The room is small but very luminous and has private bathroom with bathtub, a double-bed, a tv and a vcr.
It is properly isolated (two doors separate it from the rest of the house, so privacy is guaranteed).
The house is located between the historical Villa Pamphili park and the Trastevere Railway station (near by the heart of town!).
By train, bus or tram, is easy to reach most of the touristic attraction in a matter of less than half an hour.
Breakfast is included (served in the terrace or indoor, at your choice, between 9.30 am / 10.30 am).
The cleaning of the room is NOT included: guests shall clean their room before departure (or add 25 EUR for the cleaning).
Towels are not included.
Linen and pillows/pillowcases are included, as well as soap.
Please, note that two cats live in the house, so allergic people shall consider this.
Please, also consider that we expect our guests to be very tidy and clean. Anyway, we never had anything to complain, until now, and all our past guests were very happy with the room (in fact, some of them are now regular pen-pals of us!)

1 person : 40 EUR per night (breakfast included)
2 persons : 70 EUR per night (breakfast included)
washing machine : 5 EUR per full load
if interested, please contact me at: -snip-

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please... ]

19. Posted by SuzanneP (Budding Member 14 posts) 10y

You could also try renting an apartment. September is a good time. It would have to be a little more than $500, probably somewhere around six to nine hundred. However, you could save a lot of money by cooking your own food, because eating out is generally very expensive in Rome. If you want to save more money, try to Rome outskirts and then take a bus in.

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please... ]

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