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The walk from Termini was a little daunting as the map took us through the lower end of the street and we felt quite uneasy. However hotel entrance was pleasant and cool with a friendly reception from staff.
Room 403 was clean though only two...More
We enjoy the stay in this hotel very much - in the center, near by metro-station, clean, everyone nice and helpful, breakfast very tasty. The only "mistake" was a cold water...But we welcomed the nice approach for our requet for early breakfast. We recommend stay...More
What a lovely hotel easy access to the bus and train terminals and in a quiet street. The room was lovely we were on the 4th floor the breakfast was ok . It was. Easy to get to main attractions but would recommend the hop...More
We arrived at the hotel, the entrance looked well presentable - but no sooner had we tried checking in, we was sent to the hotel next door 'Hotel Montreal'
The receptionist made out the two hotels were the same, but they're not! We complained &...More
Upon arriving at the hotel, the reception area was lovely, a lot of time has been spent doing this area up to a good standard
This room slept 4 people. 2 single beds and 1 double. was perfect size for 4 females...More
US$70 - US$235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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