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Property have very good location - only 2 min walk from Termini train station. Many shops and nice restaurants around.
Rooms are good for stay - clean with shower and tv.
Only it is hard to understand how to get in house from street.
The owners of this property are rude and ignorant. I tried to change a booking with them and sent them many emails over 5days. THEY DID NOT RESPOND when I called in at the property at 4pm and there was no answer at the door....More
This relatively new hotel seems to be a renovated apartment building. It has no signage at all and the taxi driver was hard pressed to find the hotel. It is marked only by two large wooden doors that are immediately next door to a trattoria....More
This hotel and adjoining restaurant is almost next door to the Termini train and bus stations.
Trust your navigation devices but you have to keep your eyes open to see the entrance to the hotel bit.
The entrance has no lights but a small wall...More
The location is great but not easy to reach because of the small sign on the door.you get 3 keys for 3 different doors to reach you room which is annoying.1st morning we went for breakfast and the doors of restaurant were closed
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