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The hotel is situated about 30 minutes outside of central Rome but don't let that put you off. The buses run very regularly and go to the main bus terminal, number 90 or number 60 to one of the main Piazza areas where you can...More
No clear directions and a severe lack of signage to find the place!! On arrival we had booked a twin room to be offered a cupboard on the ground floor! Didn't realise I was travelling with Harry Potter! Eventually moved to the second floor, no...More
Stayed few days here, was clean and tidy no English to and Internet was non existent so had to go back to old fashion talking which was nice I guess in a simple way, no signs for hot tub didn't know it existed till we...More
Not the flashest hotel but lovely staff friendly and helpful enjoyed our stay :) bright. Clean and pleasant easy buses in to Rome city centre .lovely area too .stairs aren't to much leading up from the street
Stayed at the Sunrise Hotel in March for 2 nights. From Rome airport, we got a train to Termini station then bus number 90 to Bus Stop called Corso Sempione. Then it’s a 5-10 minute walk from there. NOTE to remember, you have to validate...More
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There are buses that run from the airport to the main Terminal in Rome which was around 4 Euro then jump on the No 60 or No 90 and that will take you to the place where the hotel is.. You need to get off at Semionie bus... More
There are buses that run from the airport to the main Terminal in Rome which was around 4 Euro then jump on the No 60 or No 90 and that will take you to the place where the hotel is.. You need to get off at Semionie bus stop.. It's easy to find from there.