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Our whole experience was excellent. From initial booking right through to departure.
We stayed in deluxe room, complete with spa, kitchenette and terrace area. Staff were very accommodating, and helpful. Transfer arranged through staff was also top quality.
Highly recommend. Wish we had found this...More
All the service is being good so far, but still a bit far from the town center, which isn't a problem because we have the metro about 8 minutes walking! Recommend for a simple accommodation and not to expensive.
✔ nice place #room R ( internoUno via campaldino 6)
✔ near Tiburtina Station ( bus 490 from the station for 2 stops)
✔ clean room
✔ free wifi ( tv computer)
✔ friendly & very accomodating staff ( most esp. Leo )
Place was ok untill I went to bed and bugs were all over in the bed so I have to sleep on the floor because it is not 24/7 reception. Really - for 70 Euro - bad, bad, bad!!! We booked online for total price...More
2 Thank Sandra K
Response from Fly98, Proprietario at InternoUnoResponded March 22, 2016
If you really had bugs in the beds I think the over 110 reviews would speak only of this problem. Customers annoyed because you probably would not pay the tourist tax, not understanding that the asking price difference was for this tax is not included...More
My girlfriend and I stayed at InternoUno for a week. We got the economy double room which is a part of a complex located near Tiburtina station (separate from the main building). It is essentially an apartment or two in a residential building the various...More
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