Super nice hostel with food available, and keys and lockers. Football available to be watched. Nice outside area, really good showers too. Bout 40 minutes walk from the Duomo. - Anonymous
What sets them apart?
This hostel's cheap price and large number of rooms set it apart from the smaller, more centrally located hostels. It's proximity to Artemio Franchi football stadium also appeals to sports fans.
Who's staying here?
This hostel is large and attracts large and small groups of travellers. It's also popular with long term and budget travelers.
The breakfast and dinner are reasonably priced and convenient if you're looking for a cheap meal.
Hostel 7 Santi
This large hostel is popular with large groups, budget travellers, and long term travellers. In many ways it feels a bit like a budget hotel, but there's a shared kitchen area where guests can buy or prepare food. The rooms are basic but comfortable and the crowd is diverse.
The hostel is located a bit outside of the city center, but you can catch a bus to the Duomo in about ten minutes. The location means that rooms are cheaper than you might find elsewhere.
This hostel offers dorms that sleep three, four, six, or eight people. There is little variation in the price of the beds, so it really depends if you want a smaller, quieter space or the opportunity to meet other guests. The beds are bunk beds and there are outlets. The rooms were renovated recently and are cleaned regularly.
If you want a little more space to yourself, there are hotel style private rooms available as well. This is a popular option with couples and small groups of friends that are traveling together. There are twin and double rooms available as well as family style rooms that sleep three or four people. The private rooms are very affordable when compared to other rooms around Florence.
This hostel has both dorms and private rooms with either shared or ensuite bathrooms. The bathrooms are cleaned regularly, but like with any larger hostel, it's hard for staff to keep up with the foot traffic.
This hostel has an on-site restaurant and large dining area where you can enjoy a good breakfast for about 5 euros and dinner for 7 euros. This is a great option if you want something cheap to eat that's quick and convenient. The breakfast is buffet style with vegan and vegetarian options available. The dinner is mostly Italian or international dishes. There's plenty of seating available, including outdoor seating which is nice when the weather is good.
Campo Di Marte
This hostel is a bit outside of Florence's city center, but you can hop on a bus and be at the Duomo in about ten minutes. It's also possible to walk there in about 30 to 40 minutes. The hostel is also close to the Artemio Franchi football stadium which is just a couple blocks away.
This hostel is conveniently close to three different bus stops, all of which are just steps away. This is convenient as you can reach the city center by bus in about ten minutes. The hostel is also just 1,000 feet from Firenze Campo di Marte Train Station.
This is a large hostel with all of the standard amenities including Wi-Fi access, laundry facilities, luggage storage, and an elevator. Breakfast is available for a price and dinner is also available every night. Head to the partner hostel that's about a mile away if you want to check out the free yoga classes. If you left your computer at home, there are several computers available that you can use free of charge.
This is a large hostel and the staff do their best to stay on top of the service. The hostel is spread out over several floors and you'll find the reception areas on the ground floor with rooms on the second and third floors.
This is a larger hostel that's a bit outside of the city center. The staff are professional but some guests complain that they're not always the friendliest.
Hostel 7 Santi
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