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Hotel has good location,just 3 minutes from Termini. Rooms are quite small,especially bathroom. Sound isolation does not exist, you can hear everything . Breakfast is ok
It is not expensive. And naybe 15 min by walk far from center (Colloseum).
Good value for the room , waste of money paid for breakfast (only 2 rooms check in that time ,said one staff member ) - no juices , no milk , only 2 slice toast , we ask for espresso , they got us this...More
First of all: if you're a light sleeper and easily disturbed by noise, you should choose a different hotel. The walls are quite thin and you get a lot of street noise. If you, like us, can sleep through quite a lot without problems, I'd...More
In the core of Rome.Within reach of Termini station.Very clean hotel with an efficient receptionist.Buffet breakfast more than sufficient.I highly reccommend this hotel which is good value for money.Will surely return!
We stayed in Hotel Cherubini for 2 nights and we had a great time. The hotel is a 2 minute walk from Termini station, the rooms were very clean, the bed was very comfortable. The most important thing is that the staff was very very...More
US$ 64 - US$ 576 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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