Located on the beach in Ostia, Litus Roma offers free parking, a billiards room and private cinema. It is 800 metres from Ostia Lido
Located on the beach in Ostia, Litus Roma offers free parking, a billiards room and private cinema. It is 800 metres from Ostia Lido Centro Station for trains to Rome. Litus Roma Hostel is a historic building featuring a variety of accommodation types. Rooms and dormitories come with a TV, fan and bathroom with toiletries, bed linen and towels included. A buffet breakfast is served each morning. You will have a free Wi-Fi zone and a different film in Italian or English in the cinema every evening. Litus Roma is a 10-minute walk along the seafront to Ostia's port, home to many restaurants and tourist attractions. The archaeological ruins at Ostia Antica are 10 minutes' drive away or 2 stops on the train for Rome. You can reach Rome in 30 minutes by the Freccia del Mare metro, with buses to the station stopping right outside the hostel. Fiumicino Airport is a short drive away.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 12 PM, Check-out Time is 11 PM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 14 reviews
VERY GOOD 23 reviews
AVERAGE 21 reviews
POOR 12 reviews
TERRIBLE 9 reviews
09 Jun 2017
A big hostel with seaside loca....
My husband and I (middle aged),have stayed in many hostels around the world,and this one rates high.An old imposing building on the exterior,yet airy and spacious with high ceilings and archways,on the inside.Also lots of bold,colourful artwork,make the place cheery.
We could park our car securely in the grounds,there is a laundry,cafe,cinema,games room and a lift.The location is excellent,
literally right across the road from the beach.The traffic is busy and noisy however. Our private room (no.201)was large with an ensuite,desk,TV and a brilliant view across to the beach.Linens and towels were provided and the breakfast was quite good and plentiful too.Considering this is a hostel,we had a very comfortable stay at a budget price.Rome is easily accessible by train too.
Solo travel Traveller
08 Mar 2018
Close to the sea, well connected to public transport, clean rooms, great wifi connection, nice and friendly staff.
The building is even better inside than outside: you can even watch the sea from your window. Best quality/price ratio for a hostel in Rome. Recommended especially for Not only a hostel, but a family... you come as a client, you go out as a friend! ??
24 Jul 2017
Nice people and better looking....
Mainentrance is not from beachfront, it is from other side of the building. Building looks quite ruffy from outside but hostel is nice inside and very very nice people working there.
Breakfast is mostly sugarstuff, but coffeis quite ok.
Our room was big, clean and nice, bathroom ensuite.
From backdoor you just cross the street and you are at a free beach.
Restaurants, pizzeria, ATM and everything else you need is close to Litus.
I could definately stay here next timme I go to Ostia.
Friends getaway Traveller
02 Jan 2017
I went here in august with 9 friends. You pay per bed instead of rooms so we took a lot of space for ourselves. We stayed at the 4 rooms on the top floor which all had an incredible view. It's a great place if you want to combine a beach vacation with a city trip.
Friends getaway Traveller
27 Jul 2016
So it's coming to the end of July 2016 and me and my mate are rounding up a just under 4 week trip through Europe. Our last destination is Rome and we think ''we'll head to the coast, spend a few days on the beach, that way we're close to the airport, it'll be a lovely end to a really fantastic trip''. Well… Let me begin by stating for the record that this was by no means the 'worst' hostel we stayed in, oh no. The place is big, huge in fact, relatively clean, with spacious rooms etc. However, make no mistake, this is NOT a traveller's hostel. At best I can describe this hostel as… Italy's answer to Butlins. Mobbed with nothing but locals who looked down on us, were rude, inconsiderate and don't even get me going on sharing a room with them. So lets start with the building shall we, as stated it's huge, however, it also looks like you've just walked onto the set of 'The Shining'. We quickly deduced, an abandoned school/warehouse/mental institution with a so called 'Ensuite' room actually transpiring to be a room with a bathroom 20 metres down the hall to which only you had the key. Oh joy. So we wake in our hospital ward of a room, on our first morning here and my only thought is 'we're in Italy, the location has to be great right?'. Wrong. Apparently the coast of Rome is the land that, the once great empire, forgot to make any use of at all. To add to this the future generations don't seem to have given 2 s**ts either. Now I grew up in London, trust me, I know rough areas, I went to a local comprehensive that, by the time I was in my 3rd year, had the local met office based next door for 'convenience'. However, never have I ever seen such a dump of a place. Again, not a tourist in sight, it was 72 hours of funny looks, being told in loud, angry Italian to move off of grey, dingy beaches and pushed out of cues for food. Me and my friend didn't even feel comfortable staying out past 7 o clock and spent most of our time sat in the lobby of the hostel (there's no wifi in the rooms) connecting and reconnecting to a mediocre internet.
Needless to say, I'll certainly never be returning here, or perhaps even Italy, ever again.
Final note: There are rats in the walls and ceilings of the hostel, but hey, at least they're making someone, other than their own, feel welcome.