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YMCA

#1,073 of 1,267 Hotels in Rome
Via Varese, 5, 00185 Rome, Italy
YMCA
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed July 19, 2008

The YMCA near the Termini Railway Station, Rome can be easily missed by anybody. Firstly, the guide map sent along your hotel confirmation is Wrong. Second there are no sign boards outside. Thirdly, the YMCA hostel is perched on the first floor of one section of a green coloured nameless condominium. But dont take the maps arrow for real guidance.... More 

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