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The hotel is very much in the suburbs and opposite a University.
The first room we had was very small,therefore we upgraded to a larger room at an additional 10 euros per night.
The hotel is very clean and tidy and the staff very hepful...More
The hotel is located down a lane with no clear directions to thw hotel.It took us 2 hours to find this hotel .This hotel was part of the package for our trip. Thre reception area is ornate and bright. The reception staff were helpful. Breakfast...More
The “Hotel” St Paul is without doubt the worst hotel we have ever stayed in; do not stay here for ANY reason! Unfortunately I cannot give a rating below 1 star, which is FAR too generous for this dreadful place!
The four star rating is...More
In a less than fashionable area where there are many high rise apartments and lots of graffiti. It’s a local residential suburb with little to offer the visitor.
Few places to eat and drink around the hotel, here are a few we did find...More
Sitting in the airport and thought i’d write a review.
Firstly the city of Rome is fantastic, and I would definitely recommend visiting, we thought staying in a hotel on the outskirts was a good idea, what a mistake we made, do not stay in...More
$35 - $698 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#271 Luxury Hotel in Rome
Number of rooms
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Response from StephElaine93 | Reviewed this property |
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping... More
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping taking pics and videos :) very accessible where ever you want to go. I highly recommend downloading google maps if possible and using that! It was our life saver!
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"We found the hotel relatively quite and we were on the first floor overlooking the Univeristy."