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When we arrived at 10pm there was no answer to the bell. There was a man, 'Bernardo', outside who told us that he was there because there was a booking mess up, and that he would find us a new accommodation. Basically, as we found...More
My girlfriend and I booked this hotel for 4 nights in Rome. First thing is that there is no sign of any kind telling you there's a hotel there (oh and btw ignore the 'nino' in 'nino bixio', the street is just 'via bixio'), it...More
We booked Old Roma knowing it wouldn't be the most luxurious place. We took a taxi from Termini as we did not know where to go. When we got there the Host Bernard reprimanded us for taking a taxi claiming it is a 10 minute...More
1. No people around there when I wanted to check in and out. you and have to call and wait for god's sake how long.
2. The room is dark (only one light bulb is functioning)
3. No breakfast is provided as said (Got cheated).
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