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All reviews sea view room was clean third floor tiny elevator across the street attached restaurant relaxing area fine dining restaurant a pet friendly hotel deck chairs no lift huge balcony bigger room budget option watch the sunset the rooms were nice rome metro
Stayed at this hotel for 1 week with family of 5 couples. We were celebrating my uncles 70th. Enjoyed every moment. Lovely staff, clean rooms. Very good breakfast. Downside was no brandy or vodka all week at bar. Even though we asked they did not...More
I’ve stayed at the hotel Sirenetta for a couple of nights in November. We were a party of four, in two rooms. We were very pleased with the hotel.
First of all, the crew at the desk was very helpful. They responded quickly and patiently...More
This hotel has a great location in Ostia. Close the the sea and also close to many restaurants intown. Our room was small and very clean. Large armoire and desk. The patio facing the sea was huge. Two deck chairs and a small table for...More
Stayed here for 3 nights with my daughter we had a sea view room, which was changed to second floor bigger room as the shutter wasn’t working. All the staff on reception were lovely and helpful. Breakfast was plentiful with a good choice. We loved...More
After traveling for 2 weeks, I wanted a hotel that we could relax in that was close to the Rome airport for a morning flight. Hotel Sirenetta was perfect for this. Located in the nearby town of Ostia Lido on the coast, the hotel offered...More
There is no kettle in the rooms. However, the staff at the desk are ready operate the machine at the bar area and freshly prepare cappuccino or espresso. If I remember correctly, the price for cappuccino is 1 Euro.
I didn't come back too late, but I did ask and remember that the last train from Rome departed from the Piramide/Poarta Sa Paolo station toward Lido di Ostia around midnight (a little after if I remember correctly).