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One should not choose this hotel. Breakfast is as cold as the staff. There is hardly anything to eat. Coffee is also not hot nor is the milk. Even bread is missing in the breakfast menu. Bathroom fittings are in deplorable condition...no WiFi in rooms..to...More
Booked thru Thomas cook this is 2 star at best. Hotel basic but was advised by locals not to go out at night. Gangs on every corner eyeing us up. Asked tc to move us but rep who called abandoned us as they did not...More
Room was clean but very small.
Bathroom was clean'ish, but found hairs on toilet and in shower
Very close (5min walk) to metro and also main station Termini.
Near a busy road and could hear loud traffic all night long. It became extremely hot during...More
Perfect location, close to central train & metro station. Ideal for short stay - rooms clean & functional , no frills. Breakfast included which was adequate with tea/coffee/croissants/toast/cheese & cold meats.
Staff very helpful, particularly Alexandra who went out of his way to assist us...More
First of all the location is perfect! It's a 2 minute walk from the termini, which is the main train and metro station which gives easy access to the city. Tge rooms are basic but clean, there are no facilities apart from the basic room,...More
US$63 - US$177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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