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Stayed 8 nights/9 days with my sister.
The room was clean and pretty standard, even better than we expected from the reviews. Our room was on the smaller side, but we did catch a glimpse of a bigger room with a balcony (that seemed very...More
The Saint Paul hotel is located in south of the city . There is a 10 minutes walk from San Paolo metro station . The rooms are pretty small, smaller than i expected, the bed is comfy. They cleaned the room daily , changed towels...More
We rented a double room for a weekend and it was well worth the price. The room itself was a good size although a bit on the small side. The views weren't great but we were out most of the time so It didn't bother...More
Does not worth much, the room for solo is too small, so better to book a double bedroom, if you have a big suitcase, or you sleep in the corridor.
Internet was very slow, AC does not work well and the bed not relaxing. And...More
Room: We got a double room for a week, and it came with a good sized en suite, a fridge, TV, and a safe for any valuables. The air conditioning was great, which was important as we were there in the height of summer. The...More
US$34 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#261 Luxury Hotel in Rome
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Response from StephElaine93 | Reviewed this property |
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping... More
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping taking pics and videos :) very accessible where ever you want to go. I highly recommend downloading google maps if possible and using that! It was our life saver!
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"Avoid rooms behind reception, request 1st or 2nd floor rooms to avoid noise of kitchen"