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We had a very nice time here. Hospitality is amazing, Giulia is very kind and helpful, showed us how to get to the main sights and even the best ice in Rome too :) The room was clean and well equipped, can only recommend this...More
had a great stay so all the sites easily as is beside termini and metro stop to get to city centre. julia was fantastic and encouraged us to contact her even in the evenings if we needed any help. she made the trip!!
Thank Hugh N
Response from Yang C, Responsabile reception at Soggiorno SunnyResponded 21 August 2017
Thank you very much for your kind review.
I am glad that you enjoyed your stay and that you appreciated my help. It was my pleasure to meet you and host you. I hope to see you again in the future!
We stayed here for 3 nights during month of March '17. The hotel is located very close to Roma termini station. Our stay was wonderful, the rooms were very comfortable, clean, spacious with lovely balcony. Gulia was very helpful she made us feel like home.
The location was very good, near the termini! Gulia was very very helpfull and willing to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The breakfast was good enough and they were cleaning the room everyday.
I stayed here with my friend for 5 days and it was just perfect !
The rooms are nice and spacious with free internet and air condition and nicely decorated. You can see that the owner has a passion for this industry by the way...More
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