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Nazional Rooms is a good place for young budget couples.
The location is just perfect - near the train station Termini and walking distance to almost every main attraction in the city. Used the subway only 2 times for 4 days.
The breakfast was very...More
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I couldn't agree more with the last 2 reviews. This b&b is awful! Uncomfortable beds, noisy rooms, and stale reheated pastries for breakfast. Do not be fooled by the online pictures/representation of these rooms because I'm sure that these pics where taken elsewhere. This is...More
Terrible. Just terrible.
We stayed for one night. We were meant to stay for 5 but we bailed straight away.
The staff were unhelpful and seemed to not care about our concerns.
Not only were the rooms terrible, the beds were uncomfortable and the shower...More
The above advise you can take or not but I would like to let you know our experience. We arrived at 3.00pm in the afternoon and made our way from the train station (15 min walk) and to the hotel. When we went to check...More
Stayed here for 10 days for a solo trip to Italy in their "Private Room". This was the best place I found for price (around $44 USD per nt), location, and reviews based on the website I used to book. Room was small, but had...More
US$61 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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