We stayed at a lot of hotels during my recent trip to Italy. It was predominantly for business and since we had to travel quite a bit we tried to keep the costs down while still staying at decent places. The hotels we stayed at were between 3-5 stars. This was one of the cheapest we stayed at.
This place was a good deal for Rome. We paid approximately 60 eu per night and had a decent room, basic continental breakfast and private, clean bathroom.
The cons were that internet only worked in the lobby and you had to pay for it. However, the internet cost was about a tenth of what they charged at many of the other places so still not so bad.
Breakfast was very basic so don't expect much, but again, at this price I thought it was still pretty cool that we even got free breakfast.
The location is near the train station. As anyone who has ever been to most of Europe knows, anywhere near train stations is generally where the crustier areas of town are. But again, it's also where the better hotel deals are. So I'm never sure why people get a cheap hotel by the train station and then complain that the area wasn't awesome. it's to be expected that you aren't going to be across the street from the Vatican.
This definitely isn't a honeymoon rental but if you want a clean place to crash at a good price I think it's a good deal.
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