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Hotel Principe Di Piemonte

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 April 2016 via mobile

Hotels in a great location, within easy access to most of the tourist attractions. My first time in Rome and travelling alone so was not to hard. Nice and friendly staff, all the basics you'll need. Bed, shower and toilet. What more do you need???

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Daytona Beach
Reviewed 18 April 2016

First of all, Let me commend Fabio and Lorna for their excellent customer service skills; however, Willie is arrogant, argumentative, and combative. Willie will throw you under the bus... This hotel's designation of 3-Star is undeserving; more aptly, no-star should be merited for this place. Let me count thy ways: - no internet in rooms; however, there is internet in...

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Birmingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 April 2016

This is a basic budget hotel. Its near the station although the trams make more noise! With the windows shut the noise nelts into the background. The hotel is clean tidy and comfortable. The staff are all welcoming and helpful. Breakfast is a buffet cereal and croissants. There are some great restaurants within a 5 minute walk. The hotel is...

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Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 March 2016

A lovely little hotel on the outskirts of the city of Rome, great travel connections using tram, bus or subway. We were in room 104 with a small balcony. Room has decent bed and ensuite shower room. Staff were so pleasant and helpful. Fabio a very lovely man, works hotel reception and couldn't be more helpful. No request was too...

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Reviewed 28 September 2015

We were announced that we will be relocated an Hotel Principe Di Piemonte from Hotel Cilicia 2 days before our trip. I was truly worried about the place because of the reviews I've read and also because I've heard that the surroundings of Termini station are noisy and not very safe. However I was very pleasantly surprised by the experience...

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London
Reviewed 24 September 2015 via mobile

The hotel is a three star. It is basic but it is clean, the room had a decent shower. Our room was next to the main road and the train line. If you left the window open at noisy it was noisy. The windows were double glazed and when shut you did not notice the noise. The air conditioning is...

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Southampton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 September 2015

Not centrally situated but with trams, buses and metro close by, it didn't take us long to get around. Very friendly owners and staff, they'll advise you where to go and how to try and beat the queues. Room are basic but very clean, breakfast is fine, as reported by others. Two local restaurants recommended by staff, we ate twice...

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1Thank alan j
Rome, Italy
Reviewed 16 September 2015

My wife and I had booked a week in this hotel but we stayed there for about a month due to a housing emergency. We had booked with an advantageous tariff. The first few days all the staff was friendly. After a few days the towels we used were not changed every day. The oldest maid also said to us...

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Belgrade, Serbia
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Everything is pretty much close for walking,15-20min to Roman Forum,10min to metro stations (blue and red). Quiet street, nice rooms (not excellent), the comfort is good in rooms, bathroom could be better, but everything is nice

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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 June 2015

My wife and I enjoyed our first trip to Rome together with the Hotel Principe Di Piemonte as our base. The hotel is on a long, quiet street bordering the main railway station - Termini. We found the place friendly and welcoming right from the start, the reception staff being excellent - something we were very grateful for later in...

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“very quiet, but not the safest location”
loulouBallarat, 17 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Room 105 overlooks the entrance. No good views and people are loud. Plus they stand right outside the window and smoke.”
Ryan3467, 20 Jul 2016 | Read review
“There is a bus that get you from Rome airport to the center of city just for 4 euro at anytime.”
TampaFloridaBruni, 24 May 2016 | Read review
“Get a room away from the street because of noise”
Chrizalene, 18 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Rooms at the back would be quieter. Towels are typical Roman.... linen not fluffy!”
suzb18, 6 Apr 2016 | Read review
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