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We stayed there for 2 nights in October 2015, the hotel location is close to central railway station first timers may take 10-15 minutes walk asking the directions from passerby , I think Italians are not so courteous in answering correctly in one go...so be...More
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We stayed at this hotel for three nights prior to an Italian tour. It is located a within walking distance of the main railway station, with many restaurants, transport and a laundromat nearby. The room we had was small, especially the bathroom, but comfortable, breakfast...More
The hotel is very close to Roma termini from where you can get the metro and buses to all the tourists spots. The hotel room is small and so is the bed, but good enough if you are just looking to stay in the night...More
Location is good, close to Termini station and lots of restaurants and shops close by. Hotel needs renovation, it looks old and dated. Wifi doesnt work in all the rooms, some rooms are better than other. Dont go for room 103 (terrible room if you...More
The hotel had a great location, next to termini, and really helpful staff. Even though the beds arent the best, its still great. close to everything by public transport, and good prices, and the breakfast was decent. If youre just staying for a few days...More
US$71 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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