Hostel Roma Inn 2000, Rome

Near Termini
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Only stay here if you have no other option.

This place is nice only because of its location close to termini station, which means that backpackers don't have to walk a million miles with their backpacks. Negatives -- You have to pay extra for Wi-Fi and it does not work at all. Out of a 4 day stay, I had access to it for about three hours when no one else was in the hostel. Otherwise totally useless. No kitchen. You have to pay to leave your bags after check out. The man owning the hostel lost my reservation and had sold out of beds so we had to sleep on cots. I booked a five bedroom and was put in a 9 bedroom and was given no money in return for having to stay in a cheaper room. When one of the guys in my room physically threatened others in the room in the middle of the night, the owner refused to kick him out and said "all he could do was ask him to leave" despite many people feeling strange and unsafe. If it's the cheapest place and your on a budget, so be it this place will work! But it certainly will not be an enjoyable experience.

Age 20 | USA

Hostel Roma Inn 2000 is a family-run hostel at a residential building, and is actually a flat with only two or three rooms. All rooms and all facilities make you feel at home rather than a hostel. Staff are friendly and proactive and they provide a city map and brief introduction of the city upon arrival. The setting is suitable for meeting people, but the facilities and services provided are inadequate and overcharged. There is a Wi-Fi connection charge, a laundry charge, and even a charge to store your luggage after check-out; these plus the various restrictions and conditions make the hostel feel unwelcoming.

The Location

The hostel is located at the city centre and close to various point of interests as well as public transport. It is only a few minute walk from the central station (Roma Termini) and the route is straightforward and along a main street. It is quite safe to arrive even at night time. However, the door is easy to miss, as there is virtually no signage along the street, and the entrance is just an ordinary residential building. To enter the hostel, you will need to press the ring bell and go up six floors and look for flat twelve. You are advised to keep the address and number in hand so as not to miss it.

Rooms and Bathrooms

While a key for the main entrance of the building and the flat is provided, the dorm door is not equipped with a separate lock, so you can enter any rooms you like without a key. There are two toilets, one of which is equipped with bath and shower. The toilets are clean and spacious, but there could be a long queue when the hostel is full, as there is only one room for showering.

Common Spaces

There are not many common spaces in the hostel due to its scale. Guests are quiet and go to sleep early, possibly because guests are required to keep silence after midnight and there is a curfew from 1 a.m. This place is quiet and peaceful to stay.


The place is generally a good place to stay if what you need is a cheap place just for sleeping. Its location definitely a plus, but extra services are not to be expected.

Himson Tam
Hong Kong

This place is a bit bizarre, really. It's just this guy's apartment and he's got multiple beds in the rooms. If you're a female traveler you almost feel like you've just invaded a bachelor pad, and there's no phone you can use. Altogether it was decent, in an okay area and within walking distance to attractions, but it feels a bit weird. Also, there's only ONE BATHROOM in the whole place, which makes the lines for the showers very long.


There was no curfew when I stayed here. It was clean and Mario is a nice and friendly host (and he looks a bit like Tony Soprano). The location was pretty decent it's on a cleaner side of Termini station. On the downside, the rooms are really, really packed. I would say that one can probably find better value for one's money in Rome.


A very clean place to stay; it feels safe and is very close to the train station. There is no common room and a lot of rules, so not much atmosphere, but, all in all, it was a good place that I would visit again. You do get your own key, so that is a plus. There is no free internet and the laundry is a rip, but everything else is great. Mario is a great guy and quite helpful.


Not really a hostel but a great place to crash. Not too expensive, Mario is very friendly, and the elevator is the coolest :). You get your own key, so there is no curfew. This one time though, I gave the key to my friends and hit town alone. They turned off their phones and I sat on the porch for like 2 hours before I could get in. :)

Anyways: Despite the lack of free internet and a kitchen, we still like coming back here. I went there with 6 friends in 2000, and this and last year with my girlfriend. (And the two showers in the bathroom come in handy then!)


A good place to stay in Rome, but not really a "hostel." It's more like an apartment with lots of beds in the rooms. There's no common area, kitchen, etc. But it's clean and friendly, and in a great location. There are lots of rules, but no lock-out. If you're looking for a social party atmosphere, don't stay here. If you just need a safe place to crash, close to the train station, this is it.


It was an okay hostel for only 19 euros. And they have no curfew because you get your own key, so you can come and go whenever you want!


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Hostel Roma Inn 2000 Reviews from the Web

Its near a lot of atraccion. But it's a bit dirty, doesn't have a kitchen. And the owner is not always at the apartment. But if you looking for something to go and sleep it's perfect


Doesnt offer breakfast and Charges you to leave your bags after check out. doesnt have kitchen or dining room so you only have your bedroom to stay. Is nice but a little expensive for what it offers.


I would not go here again. There were bed bugs and the owner was a bit weird. It did't have a kitchen, the bed were uncomfortable and there were not even table in the room on wich you could eat. Bathrooms were nice and roomy, but all and all I didn't feel comfortable there.


We stayed there for 4 nights - it was a good experience. I liked the big bathroom. The room was small and was full (7 people) so it felt crowded, but I expected that so it was perfectly fine. I had my earplugs and the thing you put on eyes to block light, so I have no complaints. Overall, a good experience!!


super position(very near to Termini),good price for s small place so dont think about to meet new and new people..but if you look for cheap-clean place at the center,just go on:)

ibrahim rahman

They have an amazing free breakfast. Enzo and the staff are ultra helpful. Great deal overall, would definitely stay again. Not a place of high partying but great central location.


Nice location, owner not very sociable, basically just a room. In cold weather the place is freezing with little heat.


me and my friend lived on two different hostels when we were in rome and this one was definitely the best one. its cheap, clean, good position och the staff is nice. but its a very small hostel and to use internet and such things is quite expensive.



Roma Inn 2000 is an economic hostel situated in the historic center of Rome. It has a warm, familiar atmosphere and is an optimal bed and breakfast for young people and families.Close to the train station Roma Termini, It is possible to visit by foot the main monuments, such as, the Colosseum, Forum Romanum, the Spanish Steps, Trevi's Fountain etc.
No curfew, Inteernet,Freezer, Laundry, Telephone, TV, radio.
Double, triple and dormitory rooms.the rooms are with shared bathrooms (baths are in the corridor)

Location and Contact


• Roma Inn 2000 Close to the train station Roma Termini, It is possible to visit by foot the main monuments, such as, the Colosseum, Forum Romanum, the Spanish Steps, Trevi's Fountain etc.
• From Station Roma Termini you have to take street ''VIA CAVOUR'' until big church ''Santa Maria Maggiore'' after you have to go to the right ''Piazza Esquilino'' continuous 200 meters you arrive n° 65 Via Agostino Depretis



Address: Via Agostino Depretis 65 Int.12, Near Termini, Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Phone Number: +39 06474 0378
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Facilities and Amenities



Bike Rental

Lockers in Lobby

Luggage Storage

Wi-Fi in Lobby/Commons


Concierge/Info Desk


Entirely Non-Smoking

Hair Dryers

Hot Showers




Airport Pickup

Credit Card Payments

Wheelchair Accessible

Service Animals

Checkout: 10:00 (10 AM)

Curfew: No Curfew

Lockout: No

Minimum Stay: 2 nights

Open Dates: All Year

Reception Hours: 8:30 AM - 23:00 PM

Size: Small (less than 30 beds)


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