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"Sweet Dream" is location at the top floor of an apartment block
(there is elevator so no worries)
Location is excellent as it is walking distance from Termini station
(but do ask Emanuele for direction guide before hand)
The bedroom is beautifully decorated and it...More
My second visit, 4 years after my first visit. Nothing has changed, this Boutique Hotel near the train station is amazing. Simply amazing. Two air conditioners in the room, free bottled water, great TV, great beds, great breakfast, etc etc... I cant say enough how...More
Me and my friend stayed at 'Sweet Dream' B&B during June 2013 and it definitely exceeded our expectations.
The B&B is in an excellent location, right near Termini station. Which makes the whole city easily accessible via overground train and the metro. Or if you...More
1 Thank CJakubecz
Response from emanuele m, Proprietario at Sweet DreamResponded 20 June 2013
Thank you very much for your review, it was a pleasure to have you as guests.
I hope to see you soon. Greetings to you and your friend
USD 113 - USD 157 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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