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The hotel and staff are first class.nothing was to much trouble for them I had a problem with my return flight and hotel transfer the receptionist Valentina (I hope I have got her name right) went above and beyond to help me sort it out....More
We stayed at Saint Paul Hotel for two nights at the end of September.
Good hotel with everything you need for a few days stay. Wifi, hairdryer (very good one too!), extra pillows, blankets, air con, good shower facilities and towels.
Quiet hotel and comfy...More
Arrived late on Saturday to be greeted by a lovely man. He showed us to our room behind the reception desk, think it was room 02 or 03, the room seemed ok, nice and clean but felt we were trapped under ground with no windows....More
I booked a 4 night Italian stay with Groupon, 2 nights in Rome and 2 nights in Venice. Out of the two hotels we were allocated this was the better of the two.
This is the first time that myself or sister had visited Rome...More
We were somewhat disappointed with this hotel. Firstly it was some 15 minutes or so walk to the metro which was fine for us and took us to every where we wanted.
The staff were very good indeed and more than helpful in everyway.
US$50 - US$696 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#270 Luxury Hotel in Rome
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It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping... More
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping taking pics and videos :) very accessible where ever you want to go. I highly recommend downloading google maps if possible and using that! It was our life saver!
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"We found the hotel relatively quite and we were on the first floor overlooking the Univeristy."