After originally booking the Bee Hive we were transferred to Cover. We'd stayed at the Bee Hive before and were very satisfied but Clover didn't disappoint. It's in aclassic palazzo building close to Termini. (which is really convenient for the airport buses - 4 - 5 euros compared to 14 on the train.). Clover was really clean, well equipped, beautiful big bedroom with small balcony. We especially liked the informal, friendly atmosphere of meeting the other tourists.(only 5 bedrooms). We decided to eat at the BeeHive cafe and really enjoyed the freshly made food. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend it and will certainly stay there on our next visit to Rome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Clover has 3 large, bright, double/triple rooms and 2 single rooms. There are two brand new bathrooms shared between the rooms and a common kitchen. Each of the rooms are decorated with a different theme: pop art, cinema and antique. Using the large, eat-in kitchen is a great way to socialize and save money on meals. There is a small entrance hall area where the computer and phone are located. Very close to Rome's largest fruit and vegetable market - Mercato Esquilino, the Piazza Vittorio metro stop, and 2 blocks from Termini station. It's located on the 5th floor, with elevator in a very safe building. ... more less