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All reviewssan lorenzotiburtina stationterrace roomnice clean roomsfriendly hotelbars and restaurantsplenty of hot watercleaning staffwater pressurebreakfast was excellentcontinental breakfastminute walksingle roomtourist attractionshotel is situatedaround the cornera great place to stay
This hotel is a 12 to 15 minute walk from Termini Station where you can access more or less all of Rome from. The hotel is in an area that looks a little run down but it's not rough and is surrounded by lots of...More
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel LaurentiaResponded 9 September 2017
Thank you so much for choosing us and for taking the time to share your review on our Laurentia Hotel!
We are happy to hear that you spent very pleasant days in our hotel and location.
We apologies about the inconvenience of the...More
Very nice city hotel with everything you need for a couple nights stay. Descent breakfast, quite small but still very tasty! Small but comfortable rooms, nice beds and quiet environment. The staff was extremely polite and helpful with everything including transportation to airport at night!...More
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel LaurentiaResponded 3 September 2017
Thank you for choosing our Laurentia Hotel and for sharing with other travellers your kind opinion about our facilities and services!
We are delighted to hear that you have enjoyed your stay with us!
Looking forward to welcoming you soon back again,
The staff is attentive and very pleasing to speak to. They will gladly share general information about areas, sights and the best ways to get from A to B. Since (i assume) one of their premium rooms was unbooked during our visit they let us...More
Thank Richard L
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel LaurentiaResponded 19 August 2017
Dear Mr. Richard L ,
We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed the upgrade in one of our best rooftop terrace rooms!
Thank you for the nice words about the staff and the services of Laurentia Hotel!
We're grateful for your comments about our...More
I stayed at this hotel with my partner , my mum and my brother for our last 2 nights in Rome. What an amazing hotel. I was not to sure about this hotel when i booked it but it was amazing. I would recommend anyone...More
Thank marika r
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel LaurentiaResponded 6 August 2017
Dear marika r,
Thank you for your super amazing review of Laurentia Hotel!
We are very happy to hear that we could exceed your expectations!!
A special thank for giving us a perfect rating and for recommending our hotel to other travelers!!!
We are looking...More
When we checked in we were treated like family arriving. Helpful staff very helpful all shifts the whole six days we were there. Minor glitch with reservation corrected immediately with patience and respect. Rooms clean, neat, and breakfast was great.
A/C Issues on the first...More
1 Thank Mike S
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel LaurentiaResponded 10 June 2017
Dear Mr. Mike S.,
Thank you so much for choosing Laurentia hotel for your recent stay in Rome!
We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed your overall experience and we would be more than happy to have you with us soon again!
San Lorenzo may look all street with its pulse in urban art and street food, but don’t be fooled. This gritty student neighbourhood immediately east of Termini train station is on the avant-garde rise. Art galleries, curated mural projects by artists like Rome’s favorite Alice, charming cafes, and boutique restaurants are slowly infiltrating the streets of San Lorenzo with counter-culture chic. Don’t worry, San
Lorenzo still retains its local vibe with weekend festivals and demonstrations, and is always a hub for Rome’s university student scene.