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I stayed @ Hotel Galli for 5 nights in early November 2017. The hotel is central and convenient to trains and Metro @Roma Termini. It is advisable to stay near their central terminal to access to train to the airport @€14 and other cities and...More
The hotel is on the second floor of a flat one minute walk from Termini which is very handy. Furniture is old, the bed cover a little dusty and there is no breakfast. Lots of restaurants and cafes near it. Still it is good value...More
About 10mins from Termini station important to print map for easy arrival at your hotel especially in the night. Termini station is very big so it is quite a walking distance with baggages to your hotel.
At the hotel buzz for attention and reception is...More
I have stayed there over my euro trip. The location is very good to discover the city, termini station is just around 100 meters only as well as the collisium which is 15 minutes by walk. I would like to mention the receptionist (lady) unfortunately...More
This hotel has been perfect. It's easy to find, very close to Roma Termini train station. It's a secure hotel, using a buzzer to enter and exit and the reception is manned 24 hours. The location is great, you can use the metro to get...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$50 - US$153 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms
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