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- 98%Budget Travelers
- 70%Green Travelers
- 65%Family Travelers
- 60%Art & Design Lovers
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- The BeehiveJul 04, 2012
This is a bit of an odd one; there's no AC in the rooms and you share a toilet, yet, it's by far and away the nicest hotel experience we've had in a long time.
The rooms are clean and tidy and so are the bathrooms which never seemed to be totally busy as to make it tricky. All the staff were helpful and friendly in quite a genuine way which is disconcerting for a brit used to only the most superficial customer service.
The cafe is a brilliant place to get some breakfast and again the guy who cooks the breakfast is very friendly and cooks a mean scrambled eggs and toast. He deserves a special mention because he was there most days we were and was always excellent.
We lost our lonely planet guide which turned out to be a total blessing, because using the guide led us to many excellent places we'd have missed without it. I've never seen a hotel guide I'd read let alone trust enough to use on a daily basis but we did and we were never led astray.
Finally any place where staff can get locked in the toilet and still be friendly and helpful deserves five stars for that alone. We will be visiting again and recommend it to everyone!
- The BeehiveMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLGBT+ 1Jul 04, 2012
A quaint little place to stay-- not really a hostel, but not quite a hotel. They have nice private rooms as well as hostel-style shared rooms. They also have an annex a few blocks away that has apartment-style accommodations. Whatever you're looking for, Beehive is a charming and relatively cheap place to stay in Rome. It's nicer than a hostel, but with fewer amenities than a big hotel.
My favorite thing about this place is the organic cafe in the basement. I had avocado for the first time here (no, I'm not joking. I was age 21 and had never experienced the bliss that is avocado). They serve up soups and sandwiches for reasonable prices, hand-made to order by the resident chef.
Address:Via Marghera 8, 00185 Rome, Italy
Total Reviews:16 Reviews
Phone:+39 06 4470 4553
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Reception open for check-in 7am to 11pm.