Address

Viale Augusto Righi 4

Price rates

€ 77 average price per room/bed (the price is per 1 night only)
€ 22 average price per Dorm/bed (the price is per 1 night only)

Info & Description

The YHA Hostel of Florence Villa Camerata occupies a gorgeous villa of the 15th century decorated with stucco and frescoes and equipped with all modern comforts, sourrended by a huge park, away from the noise of the town but very close to the city center that can be easily reached by bus.

The YHA Hostel of Florence Villa Camerata is located at the bottom of the hill of Fiesole (beautiful village famous for the roman theatre and the archaeological museum), close to a public swimming pool, the soccer stadium and the Nelson Mandela forum that hosts important concerts, theatrical shows and cultural events.

The hostel offers the following wide selection of services to its guests: brakfast, dinner, bar, meeting rooms, satellite Tv, internet point at 1 Euro per hour and FREE WI-FI, telephones, table tennis, table soccer, washing machines and dryers, city and tourist sight-seeing bus tickets, reservations for other hostels of the Association, reservations for tours in Florence and Tuscany, credit card payments, safe for valuables, garden, parking and camping.

Apart from enjoying the relaxation in the garden and the entertainment offered by the hostel, here it's possible to meet young people and make friends from all over the world.

In the YHA Hostel of Florence Villa Camerata you will find a variety of offers regarding guided tours of: Florence and its worldwide famous museums, palaces and gardens, the most important towns in Tuscany (Pisa, Siena, Lucca, Arezzo, San Gimignano, Volterra...), the most famous medieval villages (Monteriggioni, Certaldo...), the picturesque Tuscan countryside (Chianti, Casentino, Crete senesi...). And furthermore: samples and/or wine and food courses (wine tasting, cooking course..) or cultural tours (typical Florentine workshops) or shopping (the most fasionable shops in town and outskirts' outlets).

The hostel offers various possibilities of accommodation: from the classic bed in a 4 beds dorm in separate males and females sections to single, twin, double, triple and quad private rooms with or without bathroom. We also have double or single rooms with bathroom in our camping or much space outdoor if you are well equipped.

The YHA Hostel of Florence Villa Camerata is wheelchair friendly: it offers room (total 50 beds) and also a bathroom (with toilette, shower, washbasin) at the ground floor, that you can easily reach by wheelchair (Please Note: to reach the hostel there's an uphill road of 600 meters).

Please note, if you are not a Member of Hostelling International you have to pay 2 Euro extra for the membership card.

According to the City Council resolution n. 230/33 of 06/20/2011, from July 1st 2011 the City of Florence has introduced the tourism tax, applied to non-residents overnight staying, for a maximum of 7 consecutive nights.
The tourism tax rate is Euro 1 per person per night

Please note, rooms are closed between 10.00 a.m. and 2 p.m. In the hostel there are no lockers for baggage but there is a safe for valuables.

# Breakfast Included
# Restaurant
# Car Parking Available
# Internet Access
# Laundry
# Wheelchair Friendly
# Linen Included
# Credit Cards Accepted
# Bar
# Telephone Facilities
# Bureau de Change
# Common Room
# Bike Parking
# Free Car Park
# No Smoking
# Meeting Facilities

Facilities

  • Parking lot
  • Laundry
  • Bar
  • Heating
  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair access
  • Children accepted
  • 24h reception

Rooms

  • 1 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 2 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 3 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 2 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 1 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 3 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s female dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s male dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 8 bed/s female dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 8 bed/s male dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)

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Read what others are saying about YHA Ostello di FIRENZE Villa Camerata

  1. Lea From Germany On November 30, -0001

    the Hostel is located in a beautiful environment a bit outside the city center of Florence. Its great value even though rooms are quite small and matrasses are not the newest anymore. I woyld come and stay again!

  2. Sameer From Pakistan On November 30, -0001

    Good but they charge you 2 euro/night/person extra for their compulsory membership :/

  3. Caroline From USA On November 30, -0001

    It was a fantastic surprise to arrive to the hostel and see how new it was!

  4. Lia From Brazil On November 30, -0001

    Nice place inside a green area!Nice attendance!

  5. Trevor From South Africa On November 30, -0001

    My four night stay was great. Also enjoyed the breakfast

  6. Cherie From USA On November 30, -0001

    Though adequate the facility was very noisy.

  7. Hanumantha Rao From India On November 30, -0001

    Different atmosphere from usual hostel. Did not see many actual tourist there. Good connection from train station. need to revise the check in policy. reached the hostel at 900am made to wait till 0200pm. Wasted a whole valuable day. Reception Staff very unhelpful

  8. Zoran From Austria On November 30, -0001

    Great

  9. gabriel From Senegal On November 30, -0001

    this is a refugee camp and with very poor services. u have to lay your own bed. terrible breakfast services too. i feel i've been duped or extorted. won't recommend it to anyone. it's far from the city centre too

  10. Nadya From USA On November 30, -0001

    Very strange location- far away from city center. The staff seemed like they didn't want to help and the entire place felt very unsafe and I comfortable. Would not recommend.

  11. Catherine From Guatemala On November 30, -0001

    Its far away from the center and a refugee for africans. Not recomended for turists. I lasted 20 minutes there and payed for both nights. I hope you refund me both nights. Thank you

  12. Gabriel From Brazil On November 30, -0001

    Nice place! It´s worth to stay...

  13. Marlon From Germany On November 30, -0001

    very sparse breakfast, mattress was very old, quite clean, showers are good

  14. Lisa From USA On November 30, -0001

    The hostel of a thousand mosquito bites. In addition to the rugby match and girl-getting-slapped-around party (that's what it sounded like) that was happening outside our window at 2 in the morning, we couldn't close the window because of the heat. I had 24 mosquito bites just on my arms shoulders and face, I didn't count how many on my legs and torso. I booked for 3 nights but only stayed for one, moved to a place in the city with a fan and a door that I wouldn't get locked out of by my roommates.

  15. Aline From France On November 30, -0001

    This hostel is quite far from the city, personal are not friendly at all. If you don't want to be kind with customers change your job ! Don't feel so safe !

  16. Richard From USA On November 30, -0001

    This is absolutely the worst hostel I've ever stayed in. It was more like a prison than a hostel with no soft furnishings and doors that closed noisily, the slams echoing down the hallway. Even breakfast was a miserable affair, white bread and jam, with coffee doled out by an unfriendly prison guard. I'd never stay here again.

  17. Khaled From Egypt On November 30, -0001

    It is a good place for short time stay at Florence.

  18. Andreas From Greece On November 30, -0001

    apart from the fact that the beds have bed bugs it was a pretty dignified hostel. The location is very good, and the staff is friendly

  19. Isadora From Brazil On November 30, -0001

    Was for sure one of the worst experience while traveling of my life. I was alone in Florence and I'm aware that this made the situations worse but anyway. First, It is located on a grove and is far from the city (and public transport in Florence is expensive), so you take at least about 30m to be anywhere, walking is like an hour and something. I was there during the winter, so the sunrise and sunset was respectively around 8h and 16h and the path inside the grove to the building is not well lit and also in terrible condition mainly for the trolley wheels. So I was there always in the dark. But for me the worse was the reception, they don't have ANY care with you, you are just someone there. I went to rent a towel and wasn't none available left, although the place was creeply empty! All that they had was face towels and the guy didn't have any comprehension with the situation, I asked if they could lend me the face towel since they didn't have a body one for rent and he was super rude, telling me that if I want the towel I would need to pay the 2,5 euros. They also don't really have a kitchen, zero utensil, just a microwave and a refrigerator and far from each other. And There's no locker in the room. I couldn't be there for the second night, also because I would travel in the morning to Rome and to arrive at the station in time from there wouldn't be possible with public transportation, because of the time that it takes plus the time that it starts to work. Anyway, is personal, but if you are alone and the time of the day is short, DON'T GO THERE. And again, worse staff I ever saw.

  20. Margit From Estonia On November 30, -0001

    There is no road to lead customers to the hostel.