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We were very lucky to stay at Guest Haus Praetorium for 7 nights. The owner Emiliano was wonderful - he waited for us to check us in even though we were an hour late, let us store our bags in his office when we needed...More
Located very close to Termini. We were met by the owner when we arrived. He was very friendly and accommodating. He gave us some travel tips and some breakfast coupons that is included in our room.
We stayed in the blue room even if we...More
The Guest Haus is about 5 rooms each with their own private bathroom (ours was across the hall but we were the only people that could use it) and is located really close to the Termini train station. It's not the nicest part of town...More
After this experience in the Guest Haus Praetorium, there's no other place I'll stay when in Rome. The location is perfect, just a couple of blocks away from Termini (which will connect you to any place in the city) and even within walking distance from...More
good location - near central railway station; excellent staff - not 24/7 but if you book room they will wait you, also very friendly; excellent rooms - clean and with all staff you need; probably some problems with wifi signal in some places but its...More
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US$77 - US$159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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