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I have been staying here again and it was just a warm welcoming and make myself happy to chose again this nice hotel. The room super clean and smart. As well the breakfast and the complete hotel and it’s area!
We would highly recommend this hotel for a holiday or business stay in Rome. It was well managed, all the staff were helpful and friendly and there was always a high standard of service. Our room was clean and well maintained. Breakfast offered a good...More
Stayed here for a 2 day business trip.meary to reach location via the Mwtro from Termmini. The rooms are small but very clean and the bed is super comfortable. Staff were lovely and very helpful. Will stay here again for further business trips. Oh
If you need a clean, safe, free parking or just unwind this is Just right. It has small rooms. But it was still more than enough. I slept good in a clean bed and felt safe. This was just right. You can also walk around...More
Response from GMMPB3304, Front Office Manager at Mercure Roma Piazza BolognaResponded 24 January 2018
Thank you for sharing some comments about your stay.
I am very glad you had an enjoyable stay and I really look forward to welcoming you again.
Front Office Manager
We stayed for five nights (New Year's Eve) in this wonderful 3-star hotel in a very authentic Roman neighbourhood. Simple but decent breakfast, lovely staf (breakfast, bar and front desk, always with a smile and very helpful), large, clean rooms. Hotel is ideally situated near...More
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We took the Leonardo Express from the airport. About 20 minutes to Rome Termini. You can then get a Metro direct to Bologna. There is a bus which does the same journey from the bus station outside Termini station but I... More
We took the Leonardo Express from the airport. About 20 minutes to Rome Termini. You can then get a Metro direct to Bologna. There is a bus which does the same journey from the bus station outside Termini station but I think the Metro is easier and probably quicker. Even with luggage you should be able to walk to the hotel in under 5 minutes from the Metro station. The Leonardo is probably the most expensive way to get in from the airport - apart from a taxi - but it is direct and specially equipped for people with luggage and it goes straight into the main transport interchange at Termini. Remember to endorse your ticket before getting on the trains.