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The hotel is really poor
Chambers are very basic (small toilet, small TV -in my experience unfortunately not working-)
Unfortunately it's not nicely sound-proof and from the room you hear lots of annoying noises
Breakfast only starts at 7.30 which is problematic if you need...More
The worst experience in my life, after a long journey and a lot of fatigue, the hotelier told us she does not have the room and we go to another hotel next to the train station one night !! A hotel ghetto worth no more...More
My wife and I enjoyed our stay at Trinita Dei Monti,
The room was clean everyday and the staff was very nice. Fabio did a wonderful job accommodating us with rides to and from the Fiumicino airport. I noticed that there was maintenance on site...More
Watch out for scammers trying to give you "free" roses on the row upon row of steps leading to the church. The church itself is worth a quick perusal. The view of the city & the throngs of people on the Spanish steps below is...More
When we first arrived we were relocated to a building two and half blocks away from the hotel with no front desk or working wifi (we spoke to the reception desk twice about the wifi and they did nothing). The room had not been clean....More
US$80 - US$202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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