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We stayed at Corot for 2 nights. We were super pleased with the Location, Termini station was barely 2 minutes walk and so were super markets and good eateries.
Our room was on the 3rd floor, nothing exciting about it but nothing disappointing either. Room...More
We found this hotel as our lifesaver after having a horrific experience with the supposed hostel we booked online, more like an improvised shelter/business but anyways we wanted to be near the train station since we needed to take a very early train to the...More
When we went to the reception area in the rimini,we were told to return at 13.30 because we were to early.
The employee behind the reception came across so rude, not sure if he was having a bad day or not.
We return to the...More
The location was superb! Close to termini station. Everything was ok. With some efforts they can be better. The room service wasn't so good. We stayed there for 4 days and they didn't put new soaps. We took shower with the shampoo. That was ridiculous!...More
I titled my review this way because while I booked the Hotel Corot, the elevator to our room was in the Remini, and the soap in the bathroom was labeled as the Rimini so who knows which hotel I was really in. I wanted to...More
US$60 - US$170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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