Cherry Hostel

Address: Via Napoleone III, 75, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCherry Hostel Rome

    Reviewed by mcafee1990

    BED BUGS ( need I say more)

    Reviewed Jun 28, 2010
    by (8 reviews) Omagh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom


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    Reviewed by mcafee1990

    Crazy staff, bed bugs and IGOR

    Reviewed Jul 1, 2009
    by (8 reviews) Omagh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    had the misfortune of spending 7 weeks of my life in Cherry when I worked in Rome on two first time was in 2009 whereby a worked for a pub crawl and done promotional work for the hostel on the side in return for cheaper accom...... sure its cheap, but not in a safe area, dodging termini muggers was just a normal event as well as picking up anti septic to treat the bed bugs........avoid this place if possible

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Cherry Hostel Rome

    2.00 of 5 stars Fair

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    ... At the pub we had the shittest idea ever to eat the buffett. It was like 4€ for a beer or 8€ for a beer with a buffet. Cheap dinner we thought. We were correct. Except there was a reason it was cheap. It was cold and it tasted like ****. There were mini cold pizzas, little deep fried goodness cones of death, fish tasting quiche, funky cold pasta. It was horrible. So once our bellies were filled with puss and we felt like lard with ...

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