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Stayed four nights; the room was small but the bathroom was tiny. Wouldn't suit s tall or large person. The breakfast was less than adequate considering the cost if the room. Plastic cheese, luncheon meat, cheap stale cornflakes served with room temperature milk. The water...More
Hubby and myself stayed at this hotel for three nights. The hotel is excellently located both for connections to major airports and metro, train station and buses. It is also within a pleasant walking distance to the major attractions.
As for the hotel itself it...More
The hotel is very close to Termini Station in a quiet neighbourhood.The place is easy to find and u can reach it in about 10 minutes walk from Termini Station.There is a Supermarket across the street and a pharmacy.There are some restaurants really close to...More
This hotel is reasonably priced and for us was great value for money. We got a triple ensuite room (3 beds and shower and toilet inside our room). The room was very clean and tidy and everyday in the afternoon they come and clean your...More
We stayed here for 4 nights from 13th May 17. The location of the hotel was great, just a 5 minute walk to Termini train station.
Breakfast was included with the room price with limited choice and we only used once - bread, cheese slices,...More
$60 - $162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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