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All reviewssan lorenzotiburtina stationterrace roomnice clean roomsfriendly hotelfirst floorbars and restaurantstwo single bedsplenty of hot watercleaning staffwater pressurebreakfast was excellentpublic transportcontinental breakfasthotel is situatedtourist attractionsaround the corner
The best part about this hotel is the staff, especially the man at the front desk. He took us to a "special" room he had for us, which was OK, but came back a few minutes later to say the Manager had booked it, so...More
15 minute walk from the train station, with helpful signs along the way. Located in the university district with some nice local restaurants. Room was large but a little out dated. Breakfast was average. Front desk tried to get us to spend 40 euros on...More
I stayed at Hotel Laurentia for 6 days and thought it was absolutely awesome! The staff are extremely friendly and helpful, helped advise us on places to eat and visit, and how to get there. It is a bit set back from the city centre,...More
Reserved a taxi with the hotel people that never showed up and had to find one on my own after 1 hour of waiting. The area around is trashy and you see more graffity there than in any bad part of New York. The room...More
My son and I spent a week at the Laurentia in June 2003 and found it absolutely charming. It is in the real Italian district near the University and the train station so there were lots of restaurants all around us and very reasonable. The...More
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.