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Spent two nights here in a triple room with my parents when we visited Rome in early May 2017. It is strategically located in close proximity to Roma Termini, Metro and walking distance to Carrefour. The room is very spacious (with lot of moving space...More
This is a great hotel, the location is fantastic, the Termini Station, Spagna, Spanish steps, and other Roman Landmarks are easily accessible by walking. The size of the room was very decent and excellent bathrooms with extras like tooth brush, toothpaste, shower caps. Then there...More
The hotel is situated near the Termini trainstation. The staff was very friendly. perfect reception, very clean room and superb massagabed; nice bathroom. Breakfast was more than enough. price/quailty excellent !
from my personal experience
* leisure walk towards Roma Termini about 15 minutes
* leisure walk towards HOP ON HOP OFF buses
* a 20-minute taxi ride towards the Vatican
* hearty comfort food breakfast 6:30 til 10
* a big room to accommodate 4...More
I recently spent several nights at the Augusta Lucilla Palace Hotel in Rome with family members. It was a wonderful experience...the staff was very helpful, the breakfast was excellent and the hotel was very clean. An excellent location.
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic centre. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
Response from kennethbachkb | Reviewed this property |
Hej Jill. The train is at the airport , just follow the signs at the airport and it goes to timini station, from there it is 3-5min walk, have taken the trip twice , and it is very easy and fast , 15euro pr person.
I did not have any issues with this. My luggage and that of others in my group was left at reception the day of departure for a short time with no problems. Very safe place, I went walking on my own several times at night... More
I did not have any issues with this. My luggage and that of others in my group was left at reception the day of departure for a short time with no problems. Very safe place, I went walking on my own several times at night with no fear or worries at all, was safe. Rooms felt vert safe as well.
Response from annette p | Reviewed this property |
Train is 30 minutes travelling time with a cost of 14 euro per person from Rome Fiumicino Airport to termini station which is just around the corner from the hotel. Plenty of cabs at airport only charging a flat rate of 55... More
Train is 30 minutes travelling time with a cost of 14 euro per person from Rome Fiumicino Airport to termini station which is just around the corner from the hotel. Plenty of cabs at airport only charging a flat rate of 55 euros directly to hotels in Rome. The room I stayed in had kettle for tea/coffee making but I know some rooms did not have these facilities. This might be due to the different prices and sizes of rooms available at hotel.
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"Get a room away from the street side as it is noisy"