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Location near termini station but i think near clossoem was better than termini.termini is not safe.rooms is avarage.tax free was very expensive with 3.5 for each person each night.bath room and toilet were not in rooms and shared.
Stayed here for 2 nights in December. We didn't spend much time here but was perfect for just somewhere to sleep and grab a coffee in the morning. It's clean and 5 minutes from the station. Fresh croissants for breakfast were nice.
We liked this place. Near the Termini station, safe location, clean and spacious, breakfast is good and filling. They clean the room everyday. Host/owner was helpful though English was not very good but she did her best to understand. Wifi connection is good. We recommend...More
The b&b is located very close to the Termini station, and only 10 mins from the Colosseo. Although at first the neighbourhood might seem dangerous at night, I can surely say it isn't. The room with own bathroom is spacious and very clean, we had...More
Me and my husband we spent 2 nights in this B&B. It is actually a flat with several bedrooms (I think 3-4), a kitchen and a bathroom for bedrooms without their proper bath. Whole apartment is non-smoking, so you have to go down 3 floors...More
US$74 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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