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I booked this hotel as my friends where staying there. Price was reasonable for Rome.
The hotel is close to Roma Termini station and away from the main tourist areas. Check-in staff where friendly and happy to store my bag until the room was ready....More
We stayed at this hotel for 1 night on our way out of Italy. My only reason for booking this hotel was to be near the train station (to take an early train to the airport).
However, it so turned out that the Hotel was...More
We slept there for 4 night. First, we arrived at the middle of the night from the airport to Termini station. The hotel is very close to the station and also has a check in during the night. When we arrived someone from stuff waited...More
Great location, the room was clean and cozy. There was Wi-Fi available in the room, staff was friendly. Could get quite noisy.
Breakfast was pastry so it could be a good idea to have some variety. Coffee was OK.
Clean and refurnished hotel in older housingbuilding. Staircase and elevator to second floor reception. Close to Termini Station ( 500 mts). Rather dense area with middle class hotels. Thanks to the refurnishing and nice re-decorating good hotel standard. Breakfast OK, though not to compare with...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$57 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#29 Best Value Hotel in Rome
#198 Business Hotel in Rome
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