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All reviewsother hotelstermini stationcaught the traincleaned dailytiny lifton foottour buscity taxsanta maria maggiorestayed for nightsdecent sizecontinental breakfastrooms were very cleanhotel is locatedpastriescity breakwould highly recommend this hotel
We had a very nice stay at hotel Argentina!The staff was very friendly and helpfull.
The room was very clean and nicely decorated. Although the busy via Cavour was right out of our window, there is very little noise in the room.
Breakfast is fine...More
stayed for 3 nights as a couple. Ended up having to email hotel fro heathrow as flights delayed due to Italian strike. Prompt reply from them reassuring me that I could check in anytime.
We caught the train from the airport and walked the 5...More
I stayed here for only 1 night and i was very impressed. I just got a room with a single bed and private bathroom and the room was still a decent size! The staff were lovely as well, making sure that I had eaten breakfast...More
This hotel is located very close to Rome termini, just a 5 minute walk away, which I found very convenient.
Our room was very clean, and it was cleaned daily, offering clean towels daily etc. The hotel offers free wifi. It also offers a very...More
Spent three nights here in April. Hotel was surprising after getting passed the exterior and old school elevator.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. and the location was ideal being close o the trains station, and bus routes.
Rooms were very clean, as were the...More
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic centre. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
Sorry for the delay in responding. You can take the bus from the airport to the termini station which costs 5 Euros per person and takes about one hour depending on the traffic conditions. Usually the bus stops on Via... More
Sorry for the delay in responding. You can take the bus from the airport to the termini station which costs 5 Euros per person and takes about one hour depending on the traffic conditions. Usually the bus stops on Via Giovanni Giolitti next to the termini station. From where you get down you have to continue to (Same direction the bus is facing) walk for about 2 blocks and on the left hand side you get Via Cavour. Walk on the right hand side of the road for about 3 blocks and you will find the Hotel Argentina entrance. It is a bit diificult to find the entrance at first since it just the entrance to the building ( the hotel is on the fourth Floor). There is a Pizza restaurant right opposite.
The return trip from termini to the airport costs 4 euros. The walk from the hotel entrance to the termini Station is less than 10 minutes with luggage. Hope this will help you. Have a nice stay in Rome!