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We have just returned from a 3 night stay in Rome and stayed here. Booked it due to the reasonable price and decent reviews.
Location: not very central and the area itself is quite rundown. Near the university so lots of students, but no good...More
The staff at the hotel were excellent, nothing was too much for them. However the hotel rooms left a lot to be desired.A member of our party had limited mobility and we were told that the lift did not travel to the lower ground floor...More
Location was a problem first time we got out of the metro, but using city map and with help of people on the street we managed to find the hotel. The little terrace in front is a nice way to drink your morning coffe. Also,...More
The best thing about this hotel is the customer service. The staff were very helpful and patient. They spoke very good English and gave good directions. The rooms were average. The metro is about a 10-15 minute walk. A lot of the street lights were...More
Response from StephElaine93 | Reviewed this property |
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping... More
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping taking pics and videos :) very accessible where ever you want to go. I highly recommend downloading google maps if possible and using that! It was our life saver!