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We stayed at Art in Accommodation for 4 nights and had a great experience. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the room and bathrooms were clean and pleasant. The location was very convenient and made travelling back in the evenings very easy. The...More
The room was very cold and has not heating (in january) . :( We were cold every nights. In the building we haven't telephone signal, it was very uncomfortable.
The hostel is very cheap and the Colosseum is very near but not good in winter...More
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Been there for a weekend with my girlfriend. Don't really know where to start.
Room: The window wouldn't close, bed was a joke the springs made noise when one moves a bit, bedsheets where ichy and they gave you a blanket to sleep with.
Bed bugs in 2 rooms! The woman who works at 'the reception' doesn't speak English at all. Only cold water in all bathrooms. Cannot contact with the owner, he turned off the phone. I tried to get a refund but I can't.
Are to many to say, I add few lines:
- first of all, what is in the picture is not what you pay for
- when I woke up, the bed was full of red bugs.
- in the room you don't have a box...More
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$47 - $65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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