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Ideal location, 2 min walk to the train station/metro. Room was big, clean and very comfortable with much needed air conditioning. Staff polite and friendly. Breakfast was good, usual continental breakfasts of cheese, ham, cakes, yoghurts, fruit, toast etc
Booked the hotel on booking.com and advised that we would arrive between 10-11pm. When we landed we had various voicemails from a very rude man asking whereabouts we were at 7pm stating that the hotel was very full that night.
Room is very basic and...More
My partner and i stayed here for 3 nights. We were very impressed. The room was clean and we had fresh towels everyday. The staff were lovely and helpful. Breakfast was good, finished at 10am but we came down one morning at 10 but they...More
I recently stayed at this hotel as part of a school trip.
The room are pretty big with very efficient and modern air conditioning. Some beds need replacing and the wallpaper is stained and peeling. The bathrooms are big however our toilet seat was loose...More
Next to termini. Until 23:00 there are local mini markets and fleet sellers open to keep you safe. After then I felt unsafe.
Towels (low quality) changed every day. Pretty clean functional room (no refrigerator).
Kind, English_speaking stuff...
$61 - $137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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