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All reviewsgreat budget hotelmelba toaststayed here for nightsroom was small but cleanclose to termini stationfriendly hotelpastriestea and coffeeshort staymajor sightspublic transportbreakfast was includedtrevi fountaineurobusesplugcheese
Great staff, very kind and helpful. 5 stars people always ready to help 24/7
The bathroom was so tiny you could almost fit.
Small TV, but that wasn't a priority.
Clean and near the Termini station.
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