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The room is quite spacious for the 4 of us with single bed each.
The front desk staff helped us to call for airport transfer.
Bathroom is sharing on basis.
Lots of restaurants around the hotel which makes it easy to find food.
If you're a budget traveller then Hotel Cervia is great choice! It's located very close to a metro station and Roma Termini station and therefore easy to access wherever you are arriving from. The hostel was clean and the room was very comfy!
Just stayed here for one night passing through Rome. The hotel is located close enough to walk from the train station. The room was clean with basic facilities. No A/C so the window has to stay open all night. It is a busy street and...More
+ Perfect location next to metro and train station.
+ Friendly and helpful staff.
+ Clean facility.
- Very poor breakfast (5Eur for tee/coffee, croissant and some sweet bread) - more value for less money offers The Yellow bar accross the street.
- The street...More
US$49 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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