The overall location of the "hostel" is great as it is close to the main station however it is really hard to find. We arrived a few hours before when we said we would as there was a change in trains, so nobody was in the office area to let us into the building, so we had to call a contact number and wait for the friend to let us into the building. There is no communal area, it is just the top floor of a building with several rooms which are rented out with en-suites. The "breakfast" was 1 croissant and a little juice carton which we only had once even though we stayed 3 nights. It was an average place to sleep and they did have air con which was really good for us. My advice for eating in Rome would be to head over to the Baberini area, the prices are about 15 euros for a meal but everywhere else that we went to tasted like microwaveable pasta.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Centrally located just 150 metres from Termini Station, Sun Moon has excellent transport links around Rome. It offers colourful air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.Each room at bed and breakfast Sun Moon has a cosy atmosphere created by wood floors and furniture. They all come with a private bathroom and some have a balcony.Guests of this family-run property can have breakfast in a bar located 20 metres away.The Trevi Fountain and the Coliseum are just 2 metro stops away. ... more less
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