Two Ducks Hostel

Address: Via Calatafimi, 41, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTwo Ducks Hostel Rome

    Reviewed by borntorun46

    Two Ducks Hostel... A Ponzi Scheme

    Reviewed May 4, 2012
    by (13 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    There's no way these guys have a license to run a hostel. I scowered this entire 7-floor building top to bottom and couldn't find anything that said Two Ducks or Hostel. We finally called and they met up with us. It's very small. The two guys are not particularly welcoming. There's no place to store things. The room is not bad but the beds are damaged. Somebody stole my I-pod. I don't know if it was the guys at the hostel or guys in another room. But, we left our stuff for the day in the kitchen where they told us and when I came back, it was gone. Luckily on our last day, we kept the key without telling them. Otherwise, it would be impossible to retrieve our stuff because the 2 guys who run the hostel are never there. This place is not that cool. But, I guess it's also dirt cheap.

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