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Hotel is in a fab location, 2 minute walk from Termini Station. Everywhere is within walking distance from the hotel, all the site and tourist attractions. The hotel has basic rooms but they are comfortable and clean and they do the job. Stayed here for...More
Very good location, just next to Termini. Warm and clean rooms, every day cleaning services. There is hot water all day long. The breakfast is rich. There is no internet in the room, only in the lobby.
The locațion of the hotel is very good nearticulat Termini station, but the hotel doesent have 3 stars.
The breakfast îs Basic but îs enough.
A major disavandtages îs the hotel not have Wi-Fi în The rooms, Have only on the recepțion lobby.
I stayed in this hotel in sep with my family for 3 nights, it was awful, room smell so bad which we ask for another room ,but that one also had the same problem ,the bathroom was dirty ,beds and the covers was very bad...More
Great location near Termini station! Hotel is very basic and clean. Towels are changed every day. Hotel staff- extremly helpful and kind. The biggest problem is that there is no wi-fi in the rooms, just in the lobby, but we could live with that:)
US$69 - US$120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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