I agree with other reviews about the position and cleanliness, and the shower was very good. Our twin room was tiny with 70cm beds, which is as wide as a baby's cot, so beware if you are not tiny! The aircon costs 15 euros per day and must be prebooked (it was disconnected in our room) and is a must in summer. If you get this hotel at 25 euros per person it's good value, but we ended up paying much more, so without breakfast and air con it wasn't good value. Fir breakfast i would recommend going a bit further away than the 2 cafes next door, they are rude and expensive. Mama Angeles a couple of streets away is fab for dinner. If you are staying in rome several days I would recommend staying nearer the sights, pantheon, trevi etc but fir a stop over its close to the station.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel is located at the third floor of an XIX century building near the main Railway Station Termini and near the Tome University “La Sapienza”.Its location is ideal for tourists who want to spend a few days in the most famous historical-cultural city of the world, or for people who’s just passing through. It’s possible to reach, just by walking, some of the best sites of the city, such as the “S. Maria Maggiore Church”, the Colossuem, the “Terme di Diocleziano”, the “Porta Pia Museum”, and the wonderful “Villa Borghese”. ... more less
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