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After arriving quite late after a long flight, my partner and I were very happy that the lady at reception had waited up for us to check in.
We only stayed for one night, and had a trouble free stay. For 30euros a night we...More
Good - position, price and nice owners, kitchen (but without pots so you can cook nothing)
We were in Fiory rooms just for one night (fortunately) - sheets were used and unwashed - smelled like homeless from Termini station.
We also witnessed the departure of...More
Fiory rooms is in the centre of Rome. We didn't looked at the check in time at the reservation and we were to late. They were still there for us, that was really nice!!
The rooms are next to the street and not really well...More
When you visit Rome for only two days (on budget), you don't look for for fancy place. You look for places like Fiory rooms. Clean rooms (we didn't watch TV so I can't tell you what channels they have), clean bathroom (didn't even notice that...More
The place is in city center. Bedrooms are tidy, breakfast is sufficent. Bedroom with windows to the street is bit noizy in the evening, although for me it was ok. The only inconvenience is that bathroom is shared, you have to wait in line in...More
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Response from Fiory R, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Fiory RoomsResponded 19 June 2014
Thanks so much for your comment and for your stay in our hotel.
We hope to welcome you again.
US$67 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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