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Even though I booked a single room, I got a room with two double beds and a little balcony. The room was quite spacious and clean. Unfortunately, the AC was not working (I was told it is turned on later in the year) so that...More
Large rooms, cleaned every day and good breakfast. The location Is a little bit far from the touristic area, but the "Policlinico" metro station Is a just 5 minutes away and the centre can be reached în maximum 30 minutes with the metro.
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Hotel was pleasant enough. Fairly near the Metro. Rooms adequate, bathroom very small. Pillows bit hard although bed comfy. Hotel very clean. Breakfast very good. Staff helpful at the desk and checking in and out quick.
An extremely good hotel, perfect for anybody visiting Rome.
Located near the university, it is very easy to get to using public transport. I used the metro to get there from the Termini train station as it is just 2 stops away on Line B....More
This is a standard 3* hotel in a location convenient for La Sapienza University, or if you want to save money and don't mind being a bit further out of town.
The staff is friendly and helpful, almost un-Italian.
San Lorenzo may look all street with its pulse in urban art and street food, but don’t be fooled. This gritty student neighbourhood immediately east of Termini train station is on the avant-garde rise. Art galleries, curated mural projects by artists like Rome’s favorite Alice, charming cafes, and boutique restaurants are slowly infiltrating the streets of San Lorenzo with counter-culture chic. Don’t worry, San
Lorenzo still retains its local vibe with weekend festivals and demonstrations, and is always a hub for Rome’s university student scene.