I think that the title says it all. You need a place to drop your travelling lugage and a bed to sleep in? This is a place to go to.
As all the other hotels are ridiculously expensive in Rome we tried this one. The entrance is very confusing and the best way in is via the lobby - which is reasonably nice and clean. The people behind the desk are very friendly and provide you instantly with a map of Rome and put a nice dot where to search the hotel on the map.
When searching for our room we got a little worried ... you need to climb a few stairs before you'll find the elavator ... what is the sense in that? Meanwhile you pass a staircase that looks badly damaged. That leafs a disturbing first impression.
The room (302) had a very strange shape and the door couldn't be opened completly, yet the basics are there: a (dirty!!) airconditioning, a toilet, a separate sink, a very uncomfortable bath tub, a television ... and a bed. What I did like the most was the lack of carpet ... I hope they'll keep it that way. The window could be opened but as the room was streetside located not really an option.
In the morning you can have your breakfast their, but once again ... all very basic stuff here: hot water for tea, discusting strong coffee, toast wrapped in plastic (cleary bought), jam and Nutella ... period. No fruit for on the go ... no extra's.
As described before: great place to park your lugage and sleep provided you're really very exhausted of visiting Rome.
One strong pro : the hotel is perfectly located between Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps.
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