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1. bed mattress was very hard and lumpy.
2. shower hot water was tied to running the hot water in the sink. need to fix.
3. toilet seat was loose.
4. location provided walking distance to alot of attractions.
5. several good eating spots within...More
I have mixed feelings for this place. Some things were very good, some not.
Plus: - close to Metro
10 min walk to Colloseum and other attractions
10 min walk to Termini
rooms 4 and 5 are big, and also quiet
First off, the price is very cheap - you instantly see why as soon as you arrive. Though well located, close to Termini and the Colloseum, the inn is poorly signposted - we walked passed the doors.
The reception area has a very bizarre smell,...More
Myself and my two other 3ish friends visted from September 16-21st. First impression was not that good at all,it took 2 different taxis to find the place from the airport. Once we arrived it took about an hour to find someone to help us even...More
Last minute break in Rome meeting up with family who were travelling across Europe from Australia. We really just wanted a room that was within walking distance of the sights. Booked flights and hotel together......flight got in close to midnight and on arrival (when we...More
$84 - $576 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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