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Good location near the train station. We had booked months in advance and during my trip I had to cancel several hotels due to a family emergency. The hotel would not refund us our money even after I stayed only 1 night there and explained...More
The room is very small, and the bed not good, the breakfast is not include, and you have to go to the hotel luciani to take the breakfast and to make the check in and the ckeck out. the only good of the hotel is...More
The location is nice and the personnel is nice. The room was also fairly clean but the overhall hotel is not what I expected. The wifi didnt work and the window had such a thin glass that we could hear the central station chaos all...More
In practice it's apartments transformed into rooms managed by the hotel Luciani, by the way where is the check in and have breakfast.
Very central location. Opposite the train station of Termini with connections to buses and metro.
Friendly, helpful staff, and even given the...More
-I had read that the hotel was in a different building to a reception but on arrival I found out it is actual just a bedroom in a building owned by the hotel. I needed 3 keys to get to my room, building key, floor...More
US$59 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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