This particular hotel is on the 4th floor, but you need to check-in at the reception on the second floor. They also request you drop your keys off when leaving the hotel, which means you see a lot of the 2nd floor. The main entry is through a locked gate. This can be a little intimidating when you first arrive, so just buzz and explain you've got a room in the hotel. After that, you just need to buzz and give your room number. The hotel staff are very friendly and helpful and are very willing to explain where the sites are. They are also very happy to store your luggage after checkout. A ciao and a grazie go a long way in Rome.
The hotel is less than 5 minutes from Termini station, which is also a shopping centre. There are also a number of restaurants nearby that stay open well into the night. Very handy, but can result in noise when you're trying to sleep, even when the windows are closed.
The hotel itself is quite small, just a few rooms on the 4th floor. My room was of a good size and the bed was comfy. The bidet in the bathroom was particularly useful as I used it to soak my aching feet. I know that's not what it's there for, but it works well!
Breakfast was basic and practical. Bread, yoghurt, fruit, cakes. Enough to set you up for the day.
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- Also Known As:
- Andreina Hotel Rome