Best Hostels for Solo Travellers in Rome

Rome remains a favorite travel destination within Europe. It's rich history, impressive architecture, and delicious food appeal to travelers of every age and personality. Independent travelers and backpackers are drawn to the city because of its vibrant energy and unique character. There is no shortage of hostels where single travelers will feel safe and welcomed. It's easy to meet other independent travelers in Rome and it won't be long before you make friends from around the world.

How much do hostels in Rome cost?

Average Dorm Price $19 ($6 to $32)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $63 ($5 to $2,389)
Dorm Bed: $26.72
Private Room: $26.72
Overall Rating: 90%
The Beehive is a welcoming hostel in Rome, Italy that is run by an American couple, Linda and Steave. The hostel was opened in 1999 and offers a personal touch. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the hostel has a warm atmosphere that is perfect for meeting fellow travelers. Independent travelers are welcomed and encouraged to mingle. There are a variety of room types including dorms and private rooms. Both shared and private bathrooms are available. The hostel also offers a variety of amenities to guests. There is a vegetarian cafe that serves breakfast and dinner several days a week.

The hostel is located just a short walk from the Termini train station. It's a convenient location near many of Rome's most popular sights and attractions.

If you're traveling alone, then this hostel is a perfect place to create a home away from home. You'll likely make friends that may last a lifetime.
Via Marghera 8 , Rome, Italy,
Dorm Bed: $11.90
Private Room: $18.90
Overall Rating: 77%
Legends Hostel is conveniently located near Termini Station. Public transportation is easily accessible and it's easy to access almost all of Rome's most popular tourist attractions.

Legends is a great option for independent travelers because it has a social setting that encourages guests to get to know each other. There are a variety of room types to choose from including large dorms and private rooms. The hostel is very clean and comfortable and the staff are friendly and welcoming. All rooms are air conditioned and most rooms have private bathrooms. Guests must be over 18 years old and under 50. If you are 17, you must be traveling with another guest who is at least 18 years old and also have a letter of permission from a legal guardian.

Amenities at the hostel include luggage storage, vending machines, a nice common area, and hot showers available all day. The hostel is near all kinds of conveniences including grocery stores, restaurants, bars, and cafes. Laundry facilities are also nearby.
Via Curtatone 12 , Rome, Italy,
Dorm Bed: $13.80
Private Room: $32.00
Overall Rating: 82%
Hostel Alessandro Palace is a popular option because of its convenient location and friendly staff. The hostel is very close to all forms of public transportation including trains, metro, and buses. It's also very close to Termini Station. The hostel opened in 1990 and it is one of the most popular places to stay in Rome, particularly for independent travelers and backpackers. It has a social atmosphere and has plenty of community space where guests can hang out and get to know each other. There's an onsite pub that has satellite television. There are frequent parties, game nights, and happy hours in the pub, which is opened until 2 am every night. During warm summer nights you can also relax in the rooftop garden.

The hostel also has a lot of character, making use of traditional Roman-style architecture and atmosphere. It's the perfect place to relax after a busy day exploring the city.

Rooms have private bathrooms, air conditioning, and heating. Dorms have lockers, but you must provide your own padlock.
Via Vicenza 42 , Rome, Italy,
Dorm Bed: $14.40
Private Room: $14.50
Overall Rating: 85%
Freedom Traveller Hostel is conveniently located near Termini Station. From the hostel you can access almost any neighborhood in Rome. Not only is the hostel well connected and accessible within the city, but it has a social atmosphere that makes it a great option for independent travelers. The hostel serves free wine and snacks every evening between 7 pm and 9 pm. This is the perfect time to meet other guests. There's also a free, but simple breakfast served every morning that includes coffee and croissants.

The rooms are large and you can choose between private or shared bathrooms. Free wi-fi is available throughout the hostel as well. Dorms have lockers and private rooms have flat screen tvs. There are also televisions in the common areas.

The hostel also has a fully equipped kitchen where guests can prepare their own meals. There are also large common areas and a backyard garden that is perfect for relaxing and socializing. A book exchange is also available to guests.
Via Gaeta, 23 , Rome, Italy,

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