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This hotel is located two minutes away from a Mero station from where you can reach all the main attractions in Rome. Good breakfast for a 3 star hotel. Staff were always ready to help and answer our questions. Our room was vey clean and...More
The hotel is good to get your head down if you like hard beds, the beds are extremely hard, if you like a soft bed after a day walking suggest looking else where. The breakfast was free however only 10 tables for over 40 rooms,...More
The room is a little small, but in Rome, that is to be expected. The staff were wonderful. The hotel, not to mention the street, can be a little difficult to locate if you get off at the wrong street exit at the subway station...More
I was in Rome for 4 nights. The hotel was excellent for me. The breakfast had everything. The staff was very kind and willing to help you and give you the proper directions. Moreover, the room was clean, with modern furniture and design. Also, the...More
Great little hotel with friendly desk staff and terrific location near the Re di Roma subway station. Great value for the price. Continental breakfast was more than adequate. It's in a neighborhood with many shops and restaurants.
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US$71 - US$169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#67 Family Hotel in Rome
#82 Best Value Hotel in Rome
#106 Business Hotel in Rome
#112 Romantic Hotel in Rome
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It's a 3 to 4 minute walk to metro and about 20 mins down town, you can buy 2/3/4 etc day tickets, price is very reasonable. The colosseum isn't actually on a metro line! Bit before modern transport, so you'll either have... More
It's a 3 to 4 minute walk to metro and about 20 mins down town, you can buy 2/3/4 etc day tickets, price is very reasonable. The colosseum isn't actually on a metro line! Bit before modern transport, so you'll either have to walk from closest or we took a bus tour from central station which stops at Colosseum, Rome is surprisingly small and walking to various sites very easy. We took a taxi back from the Pantheon one evening and I think it cost about 15 Euros which I thought very reasonable. In fact we found a Rome cheap compared with the rip off Spaniards. Our 9 year old daughter was looking for something to buy in the summer whilst in Spain, even she said she wasn't paying 10E for a small purse with a flamenco dancer on it! Same purse made in exactly the same place- China! With the Colosseum on it- 3.90E !!!!! Guess where we won't be going again! Hope this helps, gave nice time.
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Hello, the hotel did not transfer us from the hotel, we used the public transportation. It is way easy to get the bus and then take the subway train until Re di Roma. You take the bus until the last station and then you have... More
Hello, the hotel did not transfer us from the hotel, we used the public transportation. It is way easy to get the bus and then take the subway train until Re di Roma. You take the bus until the last station and then you have direct subway route to Re di Roma.