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Booked this place without reading reviews through Booking.com. I should have read the reviews on Trip Advisor to know what a pit this place was.
Regrettably my partners father died and we could not stay.
The establishment showed absolutely no understanding at all, refused any...More
I have never in my life been on such a bad hotel! There was leftovers (chips and food) under the bed, and they did not want to remove it when we asked!
The bed broke and the room had mold... we where very unpleased with...More
The best part of this hotel is it is located close to Termini station and there are many restaurants located in the surrounding. The hotel corridor and lift are in very pathetic state we were scared to even use the lift.
But rooms are clean...More
Not a hotel to recommend. Very loud. The service shouts to each other, and the floor in the corridor is made of tiles, so it's very acoustic - you can hardly sleep a wink, so loud it is. The prices are quite low and the...More
Hotel has good location,just 3 minutes from Termini. Rooms are quite small,especially bathroom. Sound isolation does not exist, you can hear everything . Breakfast is ok
It is not expensive. And naybe 15 min by walk far from center (Colloseum).
$62 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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