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penelope is located in an apartment building near roma termini station. reception was in the 2nd floor and we were given a room on the 3rd floor in another apartment housing 3 other rooms. room was clean and spacious. bathroom was huge though the shower...More
3 nights, very friendly staff, elevator for luggage, available 24 hrs and helpful staff, address totally accurate and labeled on the front door. Close to termini and nice places to eat nearby. Lots of room and storage on room
very basic appartment close to the termini (train and bus station) these are rooms in a residental block tiny reception to collect your keys and then a tiny two person lift to the 5th floor we had a two bedroom appartment it had 2 single...More
The advantages with the hotel is the price and the location - only five minutes by foot from the Termini train station.
The problem was the cold rooms, the toilets with empty soap bottles and the thin walls - you could hear everything which was...More
I always stay in Termini when I'm in Rome.this is the best room i ever stayed in Termini area.very big room and bathroom with minimal decoration.very comfortable beds and warm room.good wifi signal.3 blocks away from Termini from Marsala str.the rooms are in the 1st...More
USD 62 - USD 103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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