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Easy access, just a few metres from exit Triburtina metro station (via Lorenzo Il Magnifico). Pleasant reception, have to call before, though. Nice room with en-suite bathroom, small cooking corner, wifi, pc and wide screen tv. Comfy double bed, Airco, spacious terrace.
A few smaller...More
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What I liked about Internouno:
Internouno is strategically located thanks to its position right next to the Metro and the Tiburtina train station, the room was clean and it was cleaned everyday, there were all the comforts including a little fridge and a small kitchen...More
My boyfriend and I stayed in one of the Deluxe rooms last June (we've been meaning to write a review for a while as we had such a fantastic stay!!). We contacted the owner directly when booking to request a specific room we had seen...More
There are 2 locations. We stayed in the one close to the Tiburtina train station. The hotel was perfect for what we needed. We arrived by bus to Tiburtina station at 9pm and needed a place to sleep nearby before taking an 8am train to...More
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Response from Fly98, Proprietario at InternoUnoResponded 12 April 2012
We are very sorry for this problem. In the day of your stay, in the morning, there was a stop of water service for 2 hours in all our area for problems with water tubes. It not depend on our will. We will offer a...More
My apologies to InternoUno for this late review - (I somehow lost the email for the review, and I was very eager to leave a review because I had such a wonderful time here.)
I booked a standard double from 13-12-2011 to 18-12-2011, complete with...More
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