This hotel is very central to Rome Termini and the Metro Links (Rome only has 2 lines A & B, so very easy to navigate.) I was a bit worried when reading the reviews but knew we would be spending a busy 3 days sightseeing and only using the Hotel to crash in. Upon arrival we were told the lift was not working, but if we did not mind a room without a view it would save us climbing 3 floors to our room, (we had requested front of the hotel with a view). The room is basic, large bed, clean bathroom with power shower, our ‘view’ was the back fire escape – but we did not want to spend much time in our room. We did venture down for breakfast but it was your typical buffet style you get on all inclusive and for 10 euros each we much preferred to have breakfast in one of the many quaint restaurants dotted around. Or you can get excellent pastries and snacks from the bakery in the Supermarket in the Termini. I would recommend this hotel if you want a good base to explore Rome and would definitely stay there again. Couple Liverpool.
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- Hotel offers modern comforts; located on a quiet street near Termini Station; staff is multilingual. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Europa Hotel Rome