We stayed for 3 nights and found it to be an excellent launching pad to explore Rome from. Within easy walking distance to everything you need and some great sights. VERY convenient for catching an early morning shuttle back the airport. There were crazy thunderstorms two of the nights we were there and it was a great home to run back to, warm bedroom and hot showers and a comfortable, cozy bed. It may be "budget" but it was everything we needed and more.
- 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