I was hesitant to write the review , my reason , i dont want to be booked next time i am in Rome , but I have to be fair and honest , so I take my risk . ( i always plan my trip the very last minute , literay) i want to begin to say , as world well traveled , and solo traveler 90% of the time , i have stayed in luxury hotel , like 4 seasson in Tokyo , Sofitel in Dubai , and and few youth hostel when I was in my 20's . This BB it is very good for the price, the room is big , bathroom is inside, near metro station Manzoni, and a few bloks to Termini central station . They serve a basic breakfast , continental , not bad to get you thru lunch. before I booked the hotel , read some of the trip advisors post, some post lead me to believe, that they were people not very well experience travelers, so i took my chances and went for my on judgement and some of the good review of the more experience travelers. This is Rome and if you want luxury , you will have to pay for it, this is perfect , for what I wanted to accomplish, Rome under €100. Per day. Voila , I did it , Thanks to this hotel . And for some of the post you read saying that the area is unsafe , i feel safer here than anytown US , no guns. Just use your judgments , and do go wondering in the wee hours of the night by your lonesone. As a single woman , ( that always managed to have a unsolicited bodyguard to want to tag along with me) this area is safe , I got my hair done today in a salon two doors down the hotel for $12. I mean for the same thing i would have pay in the US 40 with tips . I am getting my hair done again before i go back home. But what is for sure , next time I am in Rome , hello Prince Eugene. Loved it , a decent meal under €20 around the corner .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Principe Eugenio is located on the Esquilino hill, between the Basilicas of San Giovanni (St. John in Lateran), S. Croce (Holy Cross), Santa Maria Maggiore (St. Mary Major), the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Thanks to its position, the hotel is only 3 bus stops or one subway stop away from the main Termini train station, from where it is easy and quick to get to the two Roman airports. The hotel has been completely renovated and offers large, sunny rooms with essential style, every comfort and free wi-fi. The reception is accessible directly from the street and the Hotel has the following rooms: - double room for one person - double room for two people - triple room - family room All rooms are equipped with: - Individually regulatable air conditioning - bath with shower or tub and complete with hair dryer, towel warmer and toiletry kit - sat tv - free wi fi - electronic safe - writing table - minibar - direct line telephone ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Principe Eugenio Rome
- Principe Eugenio Hotel Rome