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We booked the place on the base of all the great comments but we did not even make it to experience the place. We booked it for 2 nights and they told us the house organized airport pick up service will have the key for...More
My friends and I stayed in this place in the beginning of April 2016. We rent quadruple room. The location is near to Termini Terminal and tourist spot. The room was neat and tidy. There was a small kitchen for breakfast, they provide coffee, tea,...More
A value for money guesthouse that I would suggest to any kind of traveller that wants to combine decent clean room and tight budget!
It is very conveniently located close to Termini station (2minutes literally on foot) from where you can reach all major sights...More
The entrance of this place can be hard to find. I knew what it looked like purely from other people's reviews on here.
We went inside and was greeted by the owner who said he had been waiting for us. I did tell him what...More
The Dem guesthouse is located very close to termini station, making it ideal as didn't have to take cases on the metro. Although a little hard to find as the sign is very small, we finally seen it and were greeted by the owner, he...More
US$ 119 - US$ 207 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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