Rome is notoriously expensive so we knew that a budget of 150 euros for 3 nights wasn't going to get us anything immaculate.
But what we got was fine. The rooms are old fashioned, and the shower and bathroom is not up to modern standard - but it did the job. Having walked around Rome relentlessly for the day, and finished with some great wine on the little pedestrianised street about 5 mins walk from hotel, we slept very well every night.
It's about a 15 min walk to the nearest metro, so I would say that this is NOT a place for people with walking difficulties. The lift also wasn't working so we had to to hike up the 6-7 floors to the hotel.
Wifi only works near the reception area.
Overall, I would say that were this hotel in another city then I would probably share the largely negative views on this page. However, if you want to go and discover Rome then this is a good place to drop the bags, and go wondering for the day in a glorious city. Save your money for that!! Also, the little street of bars I mentioned earlier is lively at weekends and I would recommend dropping by there to finish the day.
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