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Not the most luxurious of hotels but the rooms are clean, the beds comfortable and the staff very friendly
Easy access into central Rome by subway with just one change
A short walk away from the main (but small) shopping area and restaurants
We stayed here one night on our way from New York to Malta, as my husband wanted to see the nearby Ostia port historical site (see separate review). The hotel has a great fun "vibe", decorated wth retro 1940s/50s items (like old cameras, and travel...More
Sorry to tell, but i was expecting more based on the reviews. there is no doubt yhe staff is super helpful and friendly and probably this is the reason of the good reviews. the hotel is located about 100 Meters from the sea, but there...More
Thoe area itself is overated and the accommodation is very pricy. If you are used in 4 and 5 proper hotels this hotel is not for you. It reminded me of cheap hotels used while I was a student. I liked the breakfast as it...More
I often stay in Ostia when visiting Rome as the hotels are significantly less expensive (and much quieter) than those in Rome and there is easy access to the airport. The Eternal City is just a 20-minute train ride away with trains every 15-minutes. The...More
US$38 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I didn't come back too late, but I did ask and remember that the last train from Rome departed from the Piramide/Poarta Sa Paolo station toward Lido di Ostia around midnight (a little after if I remember correctly).