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I stayed 2 nights at Hotel Principe Amedeo in june. I had a good experienc. Rooms are simple but clean, the staff is friendly. It is located near Termini train station. There is no breakfast but you have café bar around which provide breakfast.
The hotel room itself was nice but very very basic ( no mirror in the room itself only in bathroom and shower was tiny!! ) the Positives staff on reception were very friendly and rooms were kept very clean hotel is very good location to...More
This was what you would expect from a 2 star hotel - clean and comfortable. The staff were absolutely lovely and very helpful with showing us places to see and storing our luggage. We would happily stay again.
Our only issues were the wi fi...More
This hotel is perfect if you want to sleep nice on a tight budget. Perfect emplacement. The rooms are clean and spacey, bathrooms are clean (though room service could wash more often the toilet brush). Keys must be left to the reception in the morning...More
Ignore the rogue review from Bill S of Homburg and his photographs. Bill obviously stayed at a different hotel. There is no courtyard garden or breakfast, let alone a breakfast buffet. Not that the place is bad. It's a budget hotel with clean and relatively...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$58 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#21 Best Value Hotel in Rome
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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