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Arriving in Italy we proceeded to the Siracusa hotel by a licenced taxi situated outside the main airport entrance, the fee was 45 euros which seemed the going rate as the journey was around 40 minutes or so..the Hotel was easy to locate and was...More
Location is really convenient - right next to termini station and good walking distance to attractions- definitely adds on the extra star for this hotel as otherwise I would say 2 stars.
Hotel is very very basic and very very dated. We normally stay in...More
I stayed in this hotel for 7 days. From the first day problems started. Main problem in this hotel is its receptionist: a women. I have never met someone like her. First of all she is a liar: we asked for twin room she told...More
If you are looking for a reasonably priced hotel for a short stay, Hotel Siracusa is for you. It is located directly across from the Rome Termini Station which is only two stops from the airport. I would not recommend it for a long term...More
I was looking for a hotel close to the train station because we were spending a few days in Roma prior to a 7 night cruise through the med sea and back to Roma to fly home. I picked the Siracusa because it said it...More
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$64 - $152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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