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Reviewed July 28, 2017

We stayed here for 3 nights while doing a tour. The location is superb- near the train station, hop on/off bus, great restaurants (walk out the door and go straight across the street to Binario 37 for cocktails- AMAZING) and a short walk to the Coliseum and St. Mary Major. Super clean rooms & bathrooms. Comfy beds. A better than average hotel, but not luxury standards.

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Reviewed July 27, 2017 via mobile

The hotel was fine enough with comfortable rooms, though the pillows and beds were hard, but the location was at the very heart of Rome (6 stops on the metro to the Vatican) and 2 minutes on foot from Termini central station.
The breakfast was decent, and the personnel was knowledgeable about the area and good recommendations from front desk about restaurants in the area

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Reviewed July 23, 2017

This is good location near the central Metro and Train Station. It's also a walkable to most of Rome's attractions, including colosseum.

But that's where the positives end, as the rest are all negatives -

Room was old, towels smelled musty, and there was noise constantly from everywhere, including a high pitched sound that required ear plugs to sleep.

Breakfast is included but only average, nothing special nothing too great.

Lobby is very nice but reception and staff were not as courteous or had a very rushed and brusque demeanor.

2/5, would not stay again.

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank michaeljzhang
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Reviewed July 16, 2017 via mobile

We stayed at this hotel for one night before flying home in the morning. The front desk staff were very courteous and gracious and were able to reserve us a car ride to the airport in the morning, which was much appreciated!

In regard to the room, it was very plain and could use an update, and a little cleaning. The walls had scuffs all over them, the full size mirror in the room had smudges everywhere and there was quite a bit of dust in the room.

Since we were only there for one night, the room itself was not that big of a deal. However, the disappointing part of hotel is how paper thin the walls are. You could here everything going on in the hallway.

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 14, 2017 via mobile

First off the location is worth the stay. It's super close to about 20-30 restaurants within a few blocks. Also close to a supermarket which is a plus. We were only 2 blocks from the termini, which is the train station where most of the big bus tours depart from. We did the 3 day tour so it was about a 4 minute walk from our hotel to where we needed to be everyday for the bus pickup and drop off which was super convenient, we did Green Line Tours in case you're interested in the one we used. Another pro was the air conditioner, I know this may sound crazy but there are many many places here in Rome without AC-as a Texan this is mind blowing but i guess it's less common here. Breakfast was free and offered from 7-1030 which was nice. Selection was comparable to other hotels I've stayed at before (ie: assorted coffees and juices, breads, danishes, eggs and meat and cheese, and yogurt and cereal, etc). Now for the cons: room wasn't the cleanest, dusty nightstands and floors which I'm not a fan of. The towels were terrible, and I don't use that lightly. They got fuzz all over after showering. It's not just one towel, it's every single towel. To have fuzz on your face and body after showering after a hot day in Rome is less than ideal. And also the pillows feel like paper, not really comfortable. And he pictures of the room on the internet, let's just say the rooms don't look like that- they are much more outdated and smaller. But I get it, this building is probably 100s of years old. Overall though, the location makes this hotel a 4/5, would stay here again if needed just wish the towels were better!

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
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