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A room with heavy musty odor. The bathroom was damp and fusty.
There was only one roll of toilet paper in the bathroom. I was asking for an extra roll and I had to explain a great deal to convince the hostess why I need...More
It's really easy to get here from the airport,take the Leonardo Express (no stops in between,no transfers). The apartment is nice, neat n tidy place. Breakfast was nice and was served according to our schedule for the day.WiFi was gud too. The streets are super...More
We stayed there for 3 nights. Our room was big and very clean, it seemed like a hotel room, with a minibar and a safe. The location is good, really near the Termini Station, with connection to metro, bus, train and tram. The breakfast was...More
We stayed at Clarian for 5 nights.When we arrived we notice that floor was dirty.Double size room meant to be two single bed fused together.Towels was changed after 3 days.There was no wifi connection what so ever for 5 days we stayed in.We asked for...More
No new towels unless you asked for it. Breakfast was not a buffet, but just some stuff bought at the local supermarket. Bathroom seat was broken. 1 set of three regular keys, not the magnetic hotel type keys. Feels more like a bad apartment.
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US$72 - US$111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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