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Don't let first impressions deceive you as walk up to this B&B, because the interior is far nicer than the external surround. We were really grateful that the owner Damiana was able to check us in an hour early at no extra cost so we...More
Family of 5-stayed in their family room for 3 nights. Size of the room was on the bigger side (for European standards), and their bathrooms were pretty large. Fridge and mini kitchen were nice to have to bring home leftovers or store drinks/snacks. Wifi had...More
We found the hotel slightly hard to find as the sign and door are in a porch way slightly obscured by plants. when we arrived the door was locked, there was a sign on the door saying to ring a number, we did so and...More
we stayed 3 nights in the hotel,the hotel is clean and nice
The situation of the hotel is really good, there are 2 Metro stations walking distance from the hotel,
and there is a Bus stop 50 meter walking from the hotel,
A nice supermarket...More
We were given a room across the road from hotel. We were happy with this as we had a good room that was peaceful. The bathroom was good with a large shower. There was a small kitchenette which was handy for storing food and drinks....More
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San Lorenzo may look all street with its pulse in urban art and street food, but don’t be fooled. This gritty student neighbourhood immediately east of Termini train station is on the avant-garde rise. Art galleries, curated mural projects by artists like Rome’s favorite Alice, charming cafes, and boutique restaurants are slowly infiltrating the streets of San Lorenzo with counter-culture chic. Don’t worry, San
Lorenzo still retains its local vibe with weekend festivals and demonstrations, and is always a hub for Rome’s university student scene.