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I was not expecting much from the property, but was pleasantly surprised. The room was very elegant and well furnished. There was free water, croissants, juice coffee. Nice collection of movies and city guides. Location is close to Termini and very convenient. Several Halal restaurants...More
Me and my partner have just got back from Rome and we stayed at 69 manin street, and we was very satisfied with the stay!
We didn't pay a lot to stay here which I was kind of apprehensive about, but when we got to...More
+ Location is great.
Close to train station.
Police station is around the corner.
Bus tour stop at next street.
mini supermaket and self laundry within 5 mins walk
+ Food (around) is great.
Many restaurants around from 6 euro.
+ Room is good.
My friend and I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights, my friend had previously stayed here before, so knew what to expect in terms of decor, which is drab and dated, but in a fine location and fine for what we needed.
Stayed four nights at this hotel and was very satisfied with my stay. The room was smart and tidy and the air conditioning worked well. The B&B owner and employee were very pleasant and made us feel welcome.
This B&B is very near the Rome...More
US$61 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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