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Its a ok hotel if you want to stay near termini.the staff were very warm and friendly.the room was clean and tidy and cleaned daily .i cant really think of any complaints that i had. I would probably visit again.
Wss a bit f a wsit to get in, couldnt raise the stsff but the room eas lesrge and realy comfrtable. Yes a bit noisy as on a busy road but to be exdcted in a large city. I didnt mind having tk go to...More
Very hospitable service! Free Wi-Fi, close to major sightseeings. A bit scary to return to the hotel in the evening through long shopping galleries. Bath cabin looks a bit old, not very clean (mould on junction), not very pleasantly to wash there... But the host...More
We had our reservation in B&B Cosmos, but we were relocated to B&B Rudy, which was a good thing, cause it was closer to Termini station. Its in kinda chinese neigbourhood. We got free breakfast cause of relocation. Breakfast was just croissant and coffee, We...More
I was accomodated in Cosmos having a reservation in Rudy B&B. The hotel is located farther from the city than Rudy, so I was not happy to be relocated.
The room was very, very noisy because of a rather busy street behind the window.
US$50 - US$577 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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