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We stayed at the Opera hotel in Via Nazeonale in Rome for five days.
The best thing about this hotel is the location, all the attractions are within walking distance. The room is small but adequate, it lacks lighting, unless you like to sit and...More
Nice Room for the money. Very close to all major attractions and public transport. Highly recommend spending the extra for their terrace room. Huge terrace with sunset views. Only issue was the wifi. Staff kept insisting there was wifi with password but could never locate...More
On booking Opera Dreams, I was under the impression that it was a luxurious large hotel, in which we had a room booked. On arrival, I had to ask the security guard at the Opera centre opposite where the place is located for directions as...More
The keys did not work, we went down to the reception 4 times when the receptionist bothered to cme up. They did not fix it but gave us a metal key instead of the card.
The bathroom cealing was literally melting on me and water...More
Stayed for 3 nights, great location and staff were really helpful and breakfast was good. However on departing they said we hadn't paid, even gave receipt of proof we had paid. They called us at our next location the following day and still said we...More
US$118 - US$201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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