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Stayed here with my mom for 4 nights. Only a few blocks from Termini station. Very accessible to restaurants and shops. Don't expect anything grand but it's clean enough and they also serve a simple breakfast of bread and juice on the time that you...More
I really enjoyed my stay at Hotel touring.
It's a 2 star hotel and not 5, so obviously don't expect golden floors, but it's an absolutely value for money.
We stayed here with my sister for 5 nights.
The rooms are basic, but we didn't...More
Stayed three nights at Hotel Touring. Me and my girlfriend enjoyed our stay. Breakfast was delivered directly to our room at the time we chose at our arrival. The breakfast itself wasn't great but decent. Cleaning was good and we were given new towels every...More
Stayed just a night, walkable to Termini (500 m) with luggage. Good for a very short stay if you want a value for money near to Termini. For me it was a transit accommodation, reached around 8:30 PM and left at 7 am.
Great value for money. Basic, clean, good size room (room 3). Nothing fancy. Breakfast is a hot and a cold drink and a croissant.
If you need a good base for touring (no pun intended) this is it. Cheap and cheerful.
US$65 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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