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It's close to Termini, the place smells good. The first person I met there was Claudia she doesn't speak English but the body language is enough to understand her. You will get a nice breakfast, you will sleep in a tiny adorable room.
Thank sara amina m
Response from Antonio T, Proprietario at B&T RoomsResponded 3 March 2016
grazie mille bellissima , ti aspettiamo per la prossima volta . un abbraccio
I've been at B&T Rooms Trani with my boyfriend for a couple nights. The room was super, and so the people who welcomed us. The location is very close to Termini station, from where you can go everywhere. Quite silent at night. I had a...More
We initially made the rookie mistake of staying outside Rome to enjoy some relaxing facilities. Having paid the price of Tokyo-like train and bus rides (being packed into public transport like sardines is admittedly one way of getting close to the locals) we moved into...More
Convenient location, very close to Roma Termini train station. Cheap accommodation with clean rooms and toilets. Antonio helped planning our visit in Rome.
However, our rooms weren't ready on check-in. In the night, we could hear every single noise coming from outside. Somebody was ringing...More
First the good things... Close to Termini station and Aurelia let me leave my bags until the afternoon as I had a night flight and a room upgrade. The rest is not so good...poor bathroom situation, a little too communal, poor breakfast, no milk both...More
US$31 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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