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We take this hotel for 3 night according booking rating. Unfortunately it was not good at all. The beds was damaged and we couldn't sleep and cars voice easly pentrate to room no privacy and every time for entrance you should ring the 2 doors...More
Enjoyed our stay here. clean, very cheap and very close to Termini station (which has a metro line underneath). Staff are very friendly, shared bathroom was clean. No A/C but fan kept us cool. Would stay again
Its location and staff are only good things in the hotel. It's so close to Termini station. But wi-fi connection is usually bad. My single room was so small. There wasn't air conditioner in the room, so the window was always open. I witnessed all...More
Clean, close to Termini station.
The bathroom it's old but clean, They could clean the shower head because the water fall all over the place. Very thin walls so could hear all the noises form the neighbours.
There are some good points and some horrible points....
Good points: sweet guys at reception they work very well. The room was clean. Reception open at every hours. Cheap as room price. Perfect location in the city center.
Negative points: one older man at reception...More
US$45 - US$65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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