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I read mixed reviews about this hotel here on TripAdvisor, but my partner and I loved this hotel! We stayed here four nights and had a great time.
- Close to Termini station
- Big room and bathroom
- Nicely decorated rooms
This was a lovely clean Hotel.
Staff were very nice and couldn't do enough for you.
Location is very good and 5 mins walk would get you to the local Train Station.
The breakfast was nice but basic.
This is the first time that I...More
Lovely little hotel, clean, comfortable and very friendly staff. Continental breakfast adequate. The hotel is right next to the bus and train station and also only 20 minutes walk from the sites like Colliseum and Forum. Only 25 mins from Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps...More
The room was very small. The bathroom was even smaller. There was no kettle to make cup of tea or coffee. Neighborhood was dirty and unsafe. Some staff were ok. The young girl in the kitchen for breakfast was so happy and cheerful. The older...More
This was an average hotel. It was clean, great location and the staff was quite helpful. Nice a close to the metro and the train station which made it very convenient. If you are not looking for something fancy this is it. I would return...More
US$49 - US$160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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