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out of 6 reviews
The staff at this hotel are extremely pleasant and helpful, especially the manager. It was easy to get around from here with buses, trains and the metro all within a short distance. The only down side to this hotel is there is some road noise, but with the window shut this is not a problem. There is air conditioning, but this is controled from the reception area. We would stay at this hotel again.
Front desk staff very helpful all spoke very good English was told the right bus's to catch and told the easy way to get around Rome Very helpful right up to the day we left Room was always clean and tidy after we returned from a long day sightseeing
Nice little budget hotel in a good location. You can walk from Termini station - or get a tram or bus for a couple of stops. You are then in the centre of Rome - you can walk pretty much anywhere! Breakfast is not great, but bear in mind it is a budget choice. The coffee is terrible but the croissants are fresh. Room is basic and clean. There is a small refrigerator but no facilities for tea/coffee. Biggest negative point is the noise from other guests. The rooms facing the back of the hotel are relatively free from street noise. However walls are paper thin!
We would happily stay here again, however we are more than happy to walk and regularly did the 20 min walk from more central areas of rome. If you're not prepared to do this, you may want to stay nearer the main sites and pay more. The metro is fairly close (5 min walk) but we only used it once so can't really comment on waits for tubes.
“Clean friendly but cramped”
The hotel is situated near to transport for all the main sites of Rome as well as the main train station to other Italian cities and EU countries. It was clean, staff were polite and helpful but the towels were inadequate, the room was too small for two and the 'full breakfast' was continental.
“Not the greatest location but good hotel”
As the title says, a good, clean and friendly hotel in not the most salubrious areas of town. The walk from Termini station takes you along a smelly, run down street, which isn't the best way to start a trip to Rome, but it is near Porto Maggiore, which has decent tram and bus links to the rest of town.