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Nice room, friendly staff, nice breakfast, in quiet residential area away from hustle and bustle of central Rome, metro 5 mins walk away very easy to get around Rome and very cheap, tv has couple of English channels, couldn’t fault it and a very reasonable...More
We stupidly booked our Rome holiday through an agent and didn't do enough research before hand so were quite disappointed we had this hotel.
It's a very basic hotel in a very residential area. Walking from the metro with your luggage makes you feel quite...More
Such Friendly and helpful staff. Spacious clean room with welcomed air conditioning and the continental breakfast was plentiful, free Wi-fi too. Just a short walk through the local town which has many shops and places to eat to the metro where an €18 ticket gives...More
We had a triple room on the 4th Floor- Beds a little hard and really not enough space for 3 adults with luggage (as we were moving around Italy). Breakfast was plentiful. It appears that the Hotel is used by coach trips and therefore the...More
A friendly hotel that is 10 minutes walk from the Cornelia metro station, from where it is about 15 or 20 minutes to the centre of Rome. So from the airport take the Leonardo Express and change at Termini. Metro is easier than bus; buses...More
Response from margaretf513 | Reviewed this property |
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via... More
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via Gregorio. Marc Aurelia is about 300 yards on left. It is quite easy and we managed suitcases!
Hope this helps.