I think I luckily caught some kind of discount on our room, but it is definitely a good accomodation if you're looking for something cheap, nice and clean with friendly staff, this is the way to go ;)
The owner, Andrea, is a very nice and friendly man. It is written on the website of the hotel that you should send the details about your flight before you come - that's what I did and he was ready to welcome us when we came ;) He also gave us good maps of Rome and marked the interesting points for us ;)
Only two things - or advice:
1) I think it's better if you pay when you see Andrea for the first time OR at least have your phone ready to call him / text him when you want to meet him (Andrea's phone number is a cell phone number, so you can send messages, too) ...we didn't really run into him after he accomodated us... but, to his defense, we also stayed only a few days. But he's very flexible, so you'll definitely be able to agree on a time to meet ;)
2) The accomodation is on a quite noisy street... (buses + cars + people passing by) ...I think it's a whole lot better if you close the window, but for some people the Rome weather is too hot and they want it open... We could sleep okay also in the noise, also because being a tourist in Rome can be quite exhausting and we were really tired :D But it is unfortunately not for light sleepers...
Oh and the breakfast is served in a café near the Metro station in case you'll be looking for it ;)
In the end I want to say it IS a GOOD accomodation all in all ;)
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- In the centre of Rome, close to Colosseum and Termini central station,we are in an old building 1886, facing one of the most beautiful park of the city. ... more less
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