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A név kötelez, ahogyan a szállás neve is mutatja Róma szívéhez közel található szállás. Igényes gyors transzfer, kedves személyzet, tiszta szobák. Baldo Degli Ubaldi metromegálló 5-7 perc sétára a szállástól. Bátran merem ajánlani, ár-érték arányban tökéletes!
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Not too pricey, bus stops are near so its easy to explore the city. But. Beds were very hard. I have to put pillow under my back so I was able to sleep somehow.. brekkie was also bad but better than nothing. Ok hotel. :)
The Heart of Rome B&B is a great value for your money. Michele and Cristiano were absolutely fantastic lads on every level. They helped us figure out what we needed to do to get around the city, made reservations for us for dinner, called taxis...More
The only problem was the noisy staff during afternoon we couldn't rest. If u dont rest there at afternoon its very pleasant clean and central about 20 min. the bus is near. Thanksssss gracieeeed gracieee333eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
This is a great place to stay. For the price is worth the money. The rooms are clean and nice and the decor is new.
The balcony is a little dirty and old but that's about it.
It's not easy to find and hidden away...More
The main railway station (Roma Termini) is in the centre of the city, and approximately 4 miles from the hotel. There is a bus route from outside the station along Via Gregorio IX, I think it is 916 or 196. A taxi from the... More
The main railway station (Roma Termini) is in the centre of the city, and approximately 4 miles from the hotel. There is a bus route from outside the station along Via Gregorio IX, I think it is 916 or 196. A taxi from the station would be about €12-15.
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