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Basic room, clean, good airco, with a little fridge which was nice because it was so hot outside- so we could cool our drinks in the room.
Breakfast was in a nearby cafe, with coffee a croissant and juice. Was okay.
To start off this disappointing review, upon arriving at Palma Residence we thought we'd been sentenced to 3 nights in prison. The place had a very unsettling vibe, and the reception staff were unhelpful. The hotel rooms are located in a block of flats, which...More
Hotel is very well located (3 minutes walk from termini station : go out from the VIA MARSALA exit (next to VYTA BOULANGERIE), walk straight (look for Hotel Archimede sign) and at the end of the road, go left: Palma Residence is a big building...More
They say intercontinental breakfast. First off all. You need to go to cafe 2 block's away from the hotel. Second point you only get one croissant And one glass off thee or coffee per person thats it.
Shower wass broken and there wass no warm/hot...More
5 minutes walk from Termini, 20 minutes walk from Trevi fontane, Spanish steps...30 minutes walk from Coloseum... very quiet neighborhood. Rooms are newly renovated with modern decor and A/C. Bathroom was great, spacious with a large shower and plenty of space for changing and putting...More
US$49 - US$115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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