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Loved staying here. Great location. Great breakfast. Room was clean and spacious and private. Bed comfortable and good block out blinds, for when we siesta'd. Wifi only works in the communal breakfast areas. Would return.
The location is perfect, literally two-min walk from Roma Termini. The downside is the road noise. Breakfast is available between 0700-1000 and is decent. The bathroom is very basic and cramped; there's also no shower curtain.
One thing I disliked about the hotel is the...More
The location of this hotel is excellent. Many attractions are in walking distance, and the train and bus stations are right there. Room was small, but clean. Staff good. Unfortunately, because of the central location, it was also quite noisy.
We have just stayed 2 nights here. We arrived early and were able to leave our bags as the room was not ready. It is right next to the station so that was excellent. There was a lot of noise on the road outside but...More
Arriving in Italy we proceeded to the Siracusa hotel by a licenced taxi situated outside the main airport entrance, the fee was 45 euros which seemed the going rate as the journey was around 40 minutes or so..the Hotel was easy to locate and was...More
US$ 49 - US$ 122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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