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My family and I stayed at this hotel for a week and had a great time. Location is great, walking distance from termini. Hotel staff are very friendly and helpful. Hotel is clean and breakfast is very good. I would stay there again if I...More
Stayed here for 3 nights, it's in a good location near the train station, and round the corner from the hop on hop off buses.
The hotel has a strange layout and lift but once you get past that it's fine.
The staff were really...More
Great staff, very kind and helpful. 5 stars people always ready to help 24/7
The bathroom was so tiny you could almost fit.
Small TV, but that wasn't a priority.
Clean and near the Termini station.
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Hotel is in a great location, a very short walk to Termini Station. We arrived quite late in the evening, there was an older gentleman at the reception desk, He didn't speak English, didn't smile, but he got us checked in and showed us to...More
It is close of termini station at about 5 min walk. No beggars or anything around. The zone were the hotel is placed is packed with other hotels and restaurants . Friendly staff and very good breakfast ( 7.30_9.30 am) . We don't usually eat...More
US$72 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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