After having read rave reviews about this hotel we decided to give it a go. After three very painful 3 days, our only conclusion is that our fellow reviwers have very very low expectations. While the rooms are more modern than you'll find in most other hotels in the Termini area, the staff members are surly and unhelpful, the rooms are under stocked (no kettles available and they tried to charge us 3 euros for boiling water- what a joke!) And the breakfast is among the very worst I've had. If you pay for peanuts you'll get monkeys...spend a bit of extra money and stay at a reputable hotel chain. Trips to Rome should be about enjoying this gorgeous city not bemoaning a terrible hotel room. Stay at your own risk.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the historic centre of Rome, close to the train station, the new UNA Hotel Roma is characterized by a strong architectural design throughout its 6 floors. It features 197 rooms, 5 meeting rooms, restaurant and bar. Private garage.The hotel is: a few steps from the Opera Theatre, Santa Maria Maggiore Church .15 Min on foot, 5 min ( 2 stops) by metro, from the Coliseum / Fori imperiali 20 min on foot from Trevi Fountain, Quirinale, Altare della Patria 30 min on foot from Piazza di Spagna, Panteon. ... more less
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