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Scuff marks on the wall, broken shower, toilets that are practically hanging on by a thread and can be practically moved, hotel guests smoking on the daily yet nothing has been resolved even though smoking is supposedly prohibited. Received bug bites despite the bed lining...More
This hotel is advertised as a four star hotel but with shower doors that need repairing and a shower room that you couldn't swing a cat in, a bar that is only available for fours hours and one receptionist with an invisible manager, definitely only...More
Sorry we stayed a night and left. Too far out and not the safest neighborhood for families. Woke up with people hoking in bins and spoke to a few guests who had been pick pocketers at the station which is a 20min walk. Room was...More
Me and my partner went for 4 nights. Don't get me wrong, the hotel was actually really nice looking but everything else about it was horrible. Firstly, the are that it's in is a complete and utter dump, full of prostitutes, homeless people and graffiti...More
My husband and I stayed here for 4 days in July booked through groupon. Yes it is 20 mins metro journey outside of Rome, but it was good to get outside the city after long days and explore restaurants in the area of St Paul...More
Response from StephElaine93 | Reviewed this property |
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping... More
It's 10 mins from the train station and then that takes you right outside the collaseum! You're in walking distance of all the main attractions then! It took us 40 mins to walk to the Trevi fountain but that was stopping taking pics and videos :) very accessible where ever you want to go. I highly recommend downloading google maps if possible and using that! It was our life saver!
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"We found the hotel relatively quite and we were on the first floor overlooking the Univeristy."