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The management said that they had no responsability at all about the fire in two apartments in the hotel building.
While the fire was going on at the night of 15 may the alarm did not go off in our room or corridor
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Response from hotel m, Proprietario at Marc'Aurelio HotelResponded yesterday
-What described does not correspond to an event that happened in our structure. it is therefore an error and will be immediately reported to those in charge, as it strongly damages the image of our hotel.
Lo que se describe no corresponde a un evento...More
A lovely, clean and friendly hotel offering a very comfortable room. Had no issues whatsoever and is only 5 minutes walk from the Metro so the location is good. Very friendly and helpful staff and would be happy to come again.
The hotel is classed as a 4 star. This cannot be correct. It needs revisiting and at least 1 star removed! The rooms are basic, the beds are terrible!!!! We had twin wooden boxes with hard mattresses and a poor pillow! The walls are thin,...More
Hotel with a great location, at a price, close to the metro, in a quiet neighborhood.
Nearby there are shops and a location with excellent ice cream.
Very friendly staff, instant check-in, clean room and in general.
Continental breakfast, repeatable but tasty and enough to...More
The hotel is situated quite a way from the city,in a residential area,not a lot near by,a few shops, staff nice the manager reminded me a Bit of Basil Faulty, must have gone to same school, it took about an hour to get into city...More
Response from margaretf513 | Reviewed this property |
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via... More
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via Gregorio. Marc Aurelia is about 300 yards on left. It is quite easy and we managed suitcases!
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