as you will read or have already read, yes the rooms are quite small, and yes there are "people" on here who who have very harshly criticised the hotel for that!! but being 'normal' i went to Rome in order to......well..... SEE ROME!!! if you're looking to spend a lot of time in in a room, with home cooked meals and a large screen TV to watch a film on just like at home....stay home!! if you're looking for a hotel to explore Rome from that is cheaper than the central hotels and in some instances more convenient look no further, there is a tram stop about 40 metres from the hotel (which is free and every 2 minutes) and it stops at Piazza del Popolo, one of the main piazzas, which has a metro station that costs 1.50 per trip to anywhere in Rome!! you can literally get from the hotel to the Colosseum or the Vatican in about 15 minutes without walking more than a few hundred steps!! If i visit Rome again i will definitely, without hesitation, book this place again!! the daytime staff were very good, very helpful and spoke English perfectly, the night staff weren't quite as friendly, or helpful, or polite, or happy, or as good at speaking English, or approachable, but at least there are night staff and someone at the desk 24 hours a day. also, the pizza place opposite the hotel was very good, they also do takeaways, if you wanted to have it in your room :s. the breakfast was average, cereals, eggs, breads, cheeses, hams and doughnuts (thats right, doughnuts!?), im quite happy with cereal so it was fine for me!!
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