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Well I stayed here for 2 nights. Signage out front discrete / hidden. If front gate shut not clear what call bell to press. 2nd gate a little clearer which button to press! If gates open no problem. Room ok for a budget hotel. Short...More
This 2-star hotel is based on a great location, very close to the Vatican and with a bus station right outside to talk you to the historic center. The metro station (Ottaviano) is 10-minutes away. The street is full of high end shopping choices and...More
Booked room on cheaptickets for one nite. They charged me for seven, Within 24 hours, I informed them of the error. After a week, Cheaptickets informed me that the hotel will not refund. After reading reviews, I decided not to say there at all.
Rooms are small but clean. Complementary continental breakfast. Minus points the bathrooms are small like a closet.Located in a residential building.Vintage elevator can accommodate two or three people at a time. difficult when you have heavy or a lot of baggage. The friendly staff makes...More
Pros: Great location. Good price. Friendly Staff.
Cons: WiFi only at lobby. Hotel and facilities are aged. Small Room.
It’s about 10 minutes’ walk from the major MTR station and train station (Termini station). There is a street market right in front of the hotel...More
Just steps away from the chaos of the centre, Prati is the closest Rome gets to calm. Meticulously planned in a neat grid, quite unlike neighbouring Borgo, Prati is a local favourite for its aesthetic organisation and wide streets lined with a range of boutiques for every shopping fantasy. Nonnis pushing baby carriages and gossiping teens own every inch of the sidewalk, but that’s only during business hours. Once the sun sets,
quirky sidestreet bars celebrate aperitivo hour, those evening cocktails that help wash away the tensions of Roman life.