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Here are the pros and cons as I see them, decide for,yourself.P
PROS:1. Very inexpensive 2. Very close to the Termini station from which you can get rains or busses or the Metro.3. Not too close to Termini so you you don't have the homeless...More
At first we had a little trouble finding the place because there are no directions online and Google gave a wrong address, but once we found it we were immensely pleased. It's very near to the train station- a 10 minute walk- and situated very...More
Overall we had a very nice stay. The hotel is very clean and comfortable. The couple that manages it was quite nice and gave us a map of Rome with their advice on what to visit and do. The location is ok- not much right...More
We slept in 3 bed room with bathroom. The room is big enough for 3 people, bathroom also. In room there are beds, wardrobe, table, chair, tv, air condition, electric kettle and fridge. In bathroom is bath, hair dryer, mirror, toilet, bidet. It was quite...More
Very nice and quiet place near Termini station. Circa about 5 minutes walk to the subway.
Owners are helpful and very friendly. Rooms are big, toilets clean, wifi very good.
I reccomend Cristinas Residence.
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San Lorenzo may look all street with its pulse in urban art and street food, but don’t be fooled. This gritty student neighbourhood immediately east of Termini train station is on the avant-garde rise. Art galleries, curated mural projects by artists like Rome’s favorite Alice, charming cafes, and boutique restaurants are slowly infiltrating the streets of San Lorenzo with counter-culture chic. Don’t worry, San
Lorenzo still retains its local vibe with weekend festivals and demonstrations, and is always a hub for Rome’s university student scene.