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I was a solo traveler, so I gave it a try because of the good price for three nights (which was expensive for a B&B, but cheap for Rome). It was an awful experience. I never got on my email the instructions that the check...More
Pros: good location and friendly staff
Cons: dirty. I doubt if they wash the blanket and bed cover for every use, as we got itchy legs after first night sleep. I found hair (not belonging to us) in towel.
Overall: not recommended.
Great location, a 2-3 minute walk from Termini station, in a
surprisingly quiet street, polite staff (note that check-in is in a
different hotel down the street), free use of a computer with
internet, free wifi. TV, fridge, kettle, hairdryer, laptop, air conditioning,...More
:) The rooms are nice and clean, staff is very friendly and helpful. Overall atmosphere is very good, the location near central station allows you to get anywhere quickly. The 24/7 reception is very handy.
:( The "breakfast" was a big disappointment. We were given...More
To avoid hassles, you have to understand the check in drill, which is to go to the Hotel Viennese first. The Evergreen site is not staffed, and even if you find it on your own, you will have to find the Viennese to check in....More
US$53 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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