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Practically no TV, weak WI-FI, persistant urine stink, poor cleaning, meager breakfast, "staff" playing the surprised attitude at every complaint, no A/C. altough close to Termini/subway train station the neigborhood is rough, quiet rough
I stayed in Hotel Aristotele with my wife and daughter.The room as well as the bathroom
were nice and clean, and the couple that run the business, Maouro and Cynthia, are friendly and helpful.
Breakfast was satisfactory and generous.
The hotel is five minutes walk...More
The hotel is located a few minutes walk from Roma Termini and in a building containing a few other hotels. We took the lift to the second floor (for reception) and rang the bell. The owner seemed a bit confused when he opened the door...More
Great hotel for the price. Best attribute is the location to Termini. Wifi worked on my phone but not my laptop for some reason - might be my laptop's fault. Guy was nice. A/C helped a lot in a hot summer day.
Stayed in Aristotele Hotel for a week with my mother. The room was very small and not very clean, furnitures are very old, bathroom dirty and old, toilet very noisy when flashing. Location excellent, neighborhood quiet, lift wasn't working always. Breakfast ok but the same...More
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