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Me and my partner booked this hotel for our weekend in Rome. As soon as we showed up to the hotel the staff were amazing and all spoke English and were exceptionally friendly, they even gave us a map of the city to show us...More
Located a little out of the way in a residential area. No wi-fi available unless you pay. Ancient computer available for guests; very very slow. Poor choice at breakfast and one slice of bread had mould. Mistakenly overcharged for tourist tax by one day. I...More
Staff very helpful and professional
Very clean ( sheets, towels, room)
Quite away from the metro, 15 min walking no rush
The breakfast is correct, nothing special - very, very bad coffee; same ham every day, so far from what expected in Italy
Four stars on the door, but obviously not when you walk in.
Beds like sleeping on concrete. Breakfast very uninspired in large semi basement room.Carpet leading down to this room absolutely filthy. Slightly odd to sit in the bar area at 9.15 pm whilst a...More
Found it pretentious, noisy, old (my bedroom had a terrible smell and everything was a little bit old fashion) although functional. Staff very helpful and professional.
The breakfast is good, the buffet (that terrible music on Friday evening...) nothing special and very expensive.
Response from margaretf513 | Reviewed this property |
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via... More
From the airport you can get a nonstop train to Rome termini. From there get the metro to Cornelia (line A towards Battistini) . Get off, turn to left and go down via Boccea. About 3 turnings to the left is via Gregorio. Marc Aurelia is about 300 yards on left. It is quite easy and we managed suitcases!
Hope this helps.