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Stayed bed & breakfast for 3 nights. In agreement with other reviews air conditioning didn't work continuously! Fortunately didn't need it during our stay as weather cooler so just opened window! Walk in shower. Clean with sachet supplies of shampoo/shower gel- ok. Room clean &...More
Very poor air conditioning service even though it was extremely hot weather. Breakfast buffet was adequate. Bed comfortable, but room lacked in other areas. Front desk staff too busy with personal calls to offer much assistance.
My sister and I were on a Europe trip, and we had been really happy with the places we stayed in Munich and Venice. Lodging in Rome was expensive, so we decided to stay a little less central to save some money. We thought this...More
Stayed 2 nights here as part of a 3 centre holiday.
We arrived by metro (Cornelia stop) which is about a 15 minute walk to the hotel. This was a very unpleasant introduction to Rome. Filthy streets, overflowing communal bins on the walk down Via...More
Although we found it initially hard to find, this was a very handy place, a short walk to the bus or metro, for seeing the sights in Rome. Breakfast was adequate, but many of the choices were sweet and being diabetic, I did not have...More
US$ 64 - US$ 262 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from margaretf513 | Reviewed this property |
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via... More
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via Gregorio. Marc Aurelia is about 300 yards on left. It is quite easy and we managed suitcases!
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