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My wife and I stayed at Sweety for 2 nights as it was so close to the termini (train station) so we could get to the airport easily. Sweety was clean, modern and a very reasonable price. I would class Sweety as a short stay...More
- nice room with air conditioner
- very close to Termini Station
- the girl from reception was very kind
- everything is clean
- black people with really bad smell (if you came to Sweety between...More
Let me start from the goods things:
- the owner was friendly and helpful. Gave us the change to keep the rooms until 14h.
- Rooms were ok, clean and new.
That's all folks!!!
The rest I've not enjoyed a bit. Location is very closed...More
Would have been Excellent if the showers worked properly. Furnishings a good standard, comfy beds. Bathroom could do with a shelf for toiletries. Great location by the Metro making it easy to get around. Walking distance of Rome Termini and good restaurants.
Lots of people wrote it already but again.
Look really weird from outside.
Homeless afroamericans all around. Chinese people smoking near Chinese restaurant next door. Etc.
BUT. Police station on the next side of the road makes everybody calm :)
The host Emmanuele is...More
US$61 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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