4 or 5 mins from Station Termini, Metro & Buses. Perfectly sited for getting around Rome on foot or by public transport.
Don't be put off by the area (it looks rough but there are so many Hotels, cafe bars, restaurants there that you are never alone in the dark streets and never feel threatened in any way), the exterior of the building or your first view inside the front door. The reception, as has been mentioned in other reviews, is on the 3rd floor. I don't know if they have rooms on that floor but mine was on the 5th. The lift that has been criticized is fine! Small? Yes ... but it's quick, so if you're in a party of 4, with large bags, and used it one person at a time, it would take 4-5 mins for all 4 to get to the 3rd floor reception. I have no idea why somebody quoted an hour!!
The room I had was very clean (and cleaned each day), 2 single beds in the room, which were comfortable, plenty of hot water & good water pressure in the shower. As for noise, I had no disturbance at all from outside. Yes, you occasionally hear a door close in another room nearby, but only if you are awake anyway .... or so light a sleeper that the sound of your own breathing would probably wake you up!!
I paid 40 euros a night for the 3 nights I stayed there (7th,8th,9th Dec) when another Hotel (with a FAR worse lift!) only 5 mins away was asking for 100 euros a night!!
As regards the comments made earlier about 'passport being held until cash was paid' 'cash was demanded' etc.. This is the way most, if not all, Hotels in this area work. I was told the same thing, "I'll keep your passport until you get the cash" ... so what? It meant I could have paid at anytime during the stay, and that I wouldn't/couldn't skip out without paying. I had the cash on me anyway as I knew what to expect. Unless you are VERY naive, you know why they ask for cash payment ;)
I will definitely stay here again the next time I'm in Rome :)
By the way, if you like Chinese food, there is an excellent Chinese restaurant 2 mins away ... exit the building, turn right, take the first road on the left & then the first left. Restaurant is maybe 20yards/metres along on the left hand side :))
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel is located at the third floor of an XIX century building near the main Railway Station Termini and near the Tome University “La Sapienza”.Its location is ideal for tourists who want to spend a few days in the most famous historical-cultural city of the world, or for people who’s just passing through. It’s possible to reach, just by walking, some of the best sites of the city, such as the “S. Maria Maggiore Church”, the Colossuem, the “Terme di Diocleziano”, the “Porta Pia Museum”, and the wonderful “Villa Borghese”. ... more less
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