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Casa Rosseta For Backpackers

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Hostelz.com Guest Reviews
4   Good value and location Clean, close to the train station (10 min), quiet, good beds, excellent WiFi and very good value for Venice! It's not a hostel, but a B&B, so don't expect common areas or great atmosphere. The owners live in the same house, don't speak English very well, but enough for its purpose. Simple breakfast, but for me was good. Just one bathroom, but with 2 showers and also clean. Recommended.  , age 29, Brazil ()
3   Ok hostel, great location! This okay hostel is very conveniently located, in Canareggio, within 10 minutes walking from the train station. Actually, that's the best part of it. Apart from that the hostel is ok -- beds are comfy, breakfast is included, and everything is clean. The only thing I would complain about is the city tax for B&B (3 euro) they charge you on arrival, since they don't tell you that when making the reservation on the net. The staff was rather unfriendly, I might say, since they did not make any effort to try to speak any English or Italian. Having a single bathroom was also a problem, but even so, it was pretty clean. All in all, it is a good choice for those looking for an affordable yet central place, don't expect too much though!  , age 21, Spain ()
1   Terrible, terrible I would not ever, ever, ever stay here again. This hostel is by far the worst one I've ever chosen! The hosts are really awkward, not welcoming, hardly speak English or Italian, and seem annoyed by our presence. The place is dirty, with only one bathroom, and we stayed in a room with a horribly smelly, unpleasant guy (not the hosts fault, I know). Location was not as good as expected, with 30 minutes to the Rialto and more to the Piazza. I wish I'd read the reviews more carefully.  , age 25, U.S. ()
2   Well located but not so good The location, a short walk from the train station (in cannaregio), is the only great thing about this Hostel. They have one toilet (the bidet was not connected to water for those who are interested), no dryer (wash is €6), checkout is early (10am) with no option of leaving your bags for the day and the breakfast is very very meagre. Feels clean and is in a cute labyrinth of alleys but is double the price of many other hostels in Italy offering much much more.  , age 27, Canada ()
4   Good location and cozy room. This hostel is about 10-15 minutes walk from the St. Lucia station and is not hard to be found. The beds are comfortable and the room is very clean and homey. The only "common room" is a small kitchen with a small wood table and a fridge. There's also a good wifi too. Just be prepared if the rooms are fully booked or if there are many people staying in this hostel, because as far as I've seen, there are only two shower rooms and one toilet, which are shared. However, overall it's a very nice place for short stay.  , age 23, Indonesia ()
4   Good This is more of a guesthouse than a hostel. The beds are very comfortable. There is a small dining room with a microwave. There is no other common area. Bathroom setup is not great; no lock on the main door for the bathroom, only on the shower doors, which would be fine if there was space in the shower cubicle to hang your clothes and towel, but there is not. There is no proper holder for the shower head, just a bent coat hanger, so I ended up just holding it. Wifi signal is good in the dining room. The owner is very friendly and helpful. Ideally if you are on a budget you should book somewhere that can be easily reached on foot, otherwise you have to pay €7 for the water bus, so the location is great, only 10 minutes walk from the train station. You do need to tell them your arrival time, as there is not always someone home to let you in. If this was in any other city I would give it a lower rating, but for Venice it's good.  , Australia ()
5   Great location and friendly staff This hostel is about a ten minute walk from the train station and very easy to find using the map in the site. The rooms are nice and big and very clean. The lady running the hostel was very nice and provided a nice breakfast every morning. Venice is amazing and this is a great hub for exploring the city.  , US ()
5   Really Excellent. The hostel is close to the main train station, just walking distance and easy to find out. It is really convenient. The environment is clean and quiet. They provide free and good breakfast. It's really nice. The quality of free WIFI is good. The host is kind and likes to help people. She gave me a really good suggestion how to travel in Venice and the other small islands. And She helps me a lot. The hostel is a really nice place I stayed in Italy. Choose it and you will never regret. Strongly recommended.  ()
5   Good A very nice hostel with comfortable beds. The owner is really nice and helped us a lot. The place is not difficult to find even we arrived at late night and it is really close to city centre. There are supermarkets and resturants nearby too.  , age 20, Hong Kong ()
5   Great The hostel is well located in the city and the owner is very friendly to the travelers. Strongly recommended!  , age 23, Taiwan ()
4   More like a room in a home It didn't feel like a hostel, more like a room in a one-floor home. The place was clean, my room had a bathroom inside so that was convenient. The place is quiet and very safe. Internet is good in the "living room" area (just a table and chairs) but low reception in rooms. Breakfast was ok -- milk, cornflakes, white bread and jam. Landlady and her husband are Chinese, English is ok. The place was surprisingly always booked (surprised bc it's not on another hostel booking site), so I met a lot of travelers and explored Venice with them. Your first feeling for the place might be disappointment since it looks a bit run down on the outside and looks spooky in the hallway, but looking back it was a peaceful and satisfying stay. Overall it was a different but good experience.  , age 19, USA ()
3   Do Not Recommend The bathroom + toilet is the problem. As far as I noticed, it was only cleaned once a day, so what do you expect for the cleanliness if 10 people is using it? But as this is one of the cheapest bed on Venice's main island you could find online, you get what you pay for. As for the beds, the positive side they aren't in double-decker. P.S., Venice city tax for B&B is 3 Euro. Given the breakfast provided is basic and simple, it would be a better bet if you opt for another similar price hostel which doesn't provided breakfast, save the city tax, and get a decent breakfast at a cafe/bar.  , age 32, Malaysia ()
4   Clean, good location, terrible bed The hostel is clean but shows its age. The location is perfect if you want to use it as a base to visit every sestiere (parts of town). It is very close to the Rialto bridge, so once you've found it, you should not have a problem to find it again, even tough Venice is a maze. The breakfast has nothing amazing, but it exists, and there is a kitchen with fridge and micro wave. The bed was terrible, I could feel the springs which is really the worst thing about this place.  , age 34, France ()
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