Born from the partial conversion of the old college E.N.A.O.L.I., the Pomposa Hostel is located in Pomposa about 700 m. homonymous Benedictine abbey. Our structure, easy and comfortable at full capacity can hold up to 52 people in double, triple and quadruple rooms.
Thanks to its strategic location (about 90 km. From Venice and 45 km. From Ravenna, near the Park of the Po Delta), the Pomposa Hostel is an ideal staging point for both organized groups, both for customers individual.
Accommodation only bed or bed and breakfast, are the types of stays; However, you can also enjoy half boardor full board for the moment in a nearby restaurant, and in the future will bebuilt inside the restaurant.
Accessible from two different entrances (north side and west side), the Pomposa Hostel has 16 rooms spread partly on the ground floor and part at the first floor. The Hostel can accommodate up to 52 people in double, triple and quadruple rooms.
Simply furnished and functional rooms typically have multiple beds or bunk. The common bathroom, are equipped with toilet, bidet, sink (double and single), shower or bath. The Pomposa Hostel is also equipped some rooms with private facilities (toilet, washbasin, bidet, bathtub or shower).
Pomposa Hostel has large bar with breakfast hall, if necessary be used for parties, meetings and conferences. The breakfast Hall is equipped with satellite TV.
Simple but advanced accomodation; to Pomposa Hostel Wi-Fi internet connections it's free for guests with their own equipment (laptop, PDA, cellular phone, gaming platform, etc.). Large parking area can accommodate cars and buses. The Hostel is affiliated AIG, has Fax Service (fee on request) and has family rooms.
48 hrs cancellation policy. Not accept credit cards!
The Pomposa Hostel is located in Pomposa about 700 m. from the homonymous Benedictine Abbey. Along the main road Romea (SS 309), turn right at the junction Pomposa, follow signs for Codigoro and after about 500 m. turn right again at the first intersection
Pomposa Abbey (IX century). Built on the Via dei Romei (also called the Adriatic Francigena), represented a point of rest and refreshment for all Christian pilgrims traveling from the north to Rome. The Cathedral, consisting of three naves, is enriched with frescoes depicting scenes of the Bolognese school of the Old and New Testament. The characteristic mosaic floor reproducing the pomposiana star of five points. Beside the Abbey, a working small center with bars, souvenir kiosks, toilets.
Internet Access, Linen Included, Bar, Common Room, Breakfast Not Included, Web access in lobby, WiFi in room