Compared to the other places we stayed in Italy, this is quite basic, but you get what you paid for. The room is big, but our room was quite dark and the furniture hand me down type. Even though I'm sure the room was clean it just felt dirty, because of the darkness and the furniture. It was a bit noisy at night, even with the windows and shutters closed but luckily i had ear plugs. Its a short bus ride to termini (dont bother catching the train, its a further walk and their metro really sucks). We only discovered the market down the road on our last day and got the most amazing sandwich made at the deli there. Very simple but beat any of the meals we had in Rome! The bathroom was clean (you get a key to your own bathroom) although in ours, the shower leaked to the outside. Roberta was friendly and easy going.
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- The B&B Almacromondo is a modern but very welcoming apartment in the center of Rome, near "Dolce Vita" Via Veneto, Porta Pia and Villa Borghese park, supplied by Castro Pretorio metroB, Termini rail station and several bus-stops. Our large and colorful rooms have new private bathrooms (out of the room) and air-conditioning. We serve a good biological breakfast. A few steps from us is the Macro (Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome), a must. ... more less
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