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My boyfriend and I are currently travelling around Italy and thankfully we only booked this hotel for night.
The fan hardly worked so we were uncomfortable all night and both bitten to death by whatever bugs that were in the bed. Had to pay for...More
Front desk man was a bit unpolite. If you would like to check in earlier, you need to pay extra (another solution is just to use luggage storage). Toilet and shower are together, no place for soap or shower gel. Towels provided are like papers,...More
We're used to staying in cheap accommodation with minimal facilities but this was ridiculous! If I could have rated it a 0 I would have
Cons: extremely rude staff, especially the receptionist- we tried to explain to him that the room is not...More
Location right next to Termini station, metro.Very noisy (street), impossible to sleep without earplugs. No air-condition in rooms. (Fan available, difficult to find out how it works, no instructions.) Shared bathrooms are not cleaned enough often. Breakfast expensive (10 eu), and served in other hotel....More
1) Room was booked for £31 or 35 euros, to be paid on arrival. They instead reserved the right to take it out the bank instead, which was highly inconvenient.
2) Great location, just across the street from the train station.
3) He stood there...More
US$54 - US$170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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