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My family went here and this place was simple. It was not “the life” but the receptionist was kind and spoke tagalog which is the Philippino language . The room was nice but it was empty and dark . There was a bunk bed for...More
In the beginning I was given a "room" with mold on the ceiling, at the last floor, insisting, the personnel, who is nice, change it to another with foot prints on the walls, where one couldn't sleep because of a continuous annoying noise, then I...More
The hotel was run down. The walls were marked and about 10 years short of a paint. There was no hot water on two occasions. Wifi was intermittent and had to be re booted. Furniture was old. The location was a bit far from attractions....More
The room we booked was disgustingly dirty, the website states it's a few mins walk from places but it's actually very far. The shower leaked and flooded the entire room and all the staff did was put a towel down and leave, it got all...More
We booked this hotel as it seemed like a central location. It is, if you can find your way around. Easier to use the metro rather than walk. On arrival, the entrance hall is quite grim but the man who met us there was very...More
Thanks to Fellini and La Dolce Vita, the Ludovisi and Via Veneto neighbourhood earned its reputation as a posh area where gorgeous Marcellos wooed actresses and models while bored housewives hung out in streetside cafes. The cafes are still there, and so are the cocktails, but the neighbourhood is now home to five-star businesses including hotels, banks, law firms, and embassies. The area is also right next to
Villa Borghese, a beautiful park for sporting and cultural adventures. If you're looking for tranquility by night, this may be the place: Ludovisi and Veneto tend to shut down after 20:00.