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Quickly check-in, very friendly staff. Excellent location, near to Termini Station. Good breakfast, but not so various. The room was clean, and quiet (4th floor with windows to the backside). Elevator is vintage, but silent. Many restaurants nearby with tasty foods for good price.
Some rooms need upgrading and / or made some repairs: put a hose to the shower, changed the lock on the door because it's noisy changed battery sink etc.
The breakfast was ok, but they served the same food every day, I would have liked...More
+....Very friendly staff, they will help you with all the information you need. Clean room, vintage elevator, good breakfast, not that various, but good.
-... wifi free only at reception. Very noisy rooms, if you will chose the ones that have windows in the street...More
Very good accomodation, tasty breakfast and wide range of food, friendly staff, very good location: near Termini station. A lot of restaurants, cafees nearby, free wifi at the lobby, clean rooms and a beautiful view.
The room was not clean, the sheets were ok but they use old blankets. Inside it smelled like MC'Donald, because there was one nearby. There was a radiator but it didn't work all the time. For two days in a row the outlets didn't work....More
US$ 57 - US$ 147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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