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Reception room was CLOSED for few hours in the morning, therefore we were not able to get the breakfast voucher = no breakfast for one day, regardless we had been charged for that. No refund, no apologies just total ignorance! No one picked up the calls when I called the provided "emergency" number ! One of the receptionist speaks ZERO English. No WiFi, bathroom very very small. Only positive thing is the location!
It is close to the main station in Rome and that is were the positive things about this hotel stops. There are a few restaurants that are very loud which means that you can´t sleep in the evening. The hotel, staircase, room is looking like nobody cared about the building the last 40 years. Big patches of wallpaper has fallen off and you can see mold in the cracks of the wallpaper. The bathroom has big patches of mold and the whole room stinks like mold. That means that you need to keep the window open and will be bothered by the loud restaurants. Someone came past my first day and I told them about the mold. His answer was that he will get the boss but no boss ever came. The check-in personal was very nice but that doesn´t help too much when the hotel itself is short from falling apart. DO NOT BOOK.
Very good location, no WiFi in room on 4th floor only in the reception 3floors below. Good size room but toilet and shower room small. No tea/ coffee facilities. 1 night ok but not for longer. Receptionist was lovely and friendly. Needs a bit of an update.
Small room. Very, but very small bathroom. It is "Mission impossible" to take a shower there. The staff don't know English and it was very hard for communication. Wifi is more than bad, low or no signal. It is way too expensive for that kind of misery. Only location was good.
Well this was the cheapest hotel which I got. The hotel is located inside a building and the building has other hotels as well. So I think these people had 2 floors under their name. Hotel room was fine. I had only two problems. One is that shower box was two small to fit in. You can just stand and can't move your hands etc. Other was the breakfast. Which was outside the building in another restaurant where you are allowed only one tea or coffee and one croissant or a similar thing. Good thing was it's location. Just opposite to main termini station and on a walking distance to collosseum and other historical places. And you can get a bus to airport at termini at very nominal rate.
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighborhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighborhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic center. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.