- It's a 5min walk from the Train station & subway, down a fairly quiet street ( compared to the other parallel streets that saw a lot of shady people hanging around) . There are restaurants nearby so you don't really have to hunt to far to get food especially when you arrive near mealtimes.
- The rooms were spotlessly clean and had a very modern, minimalist feel.
- Room was equipped with a PC and internet connection. It was a somewhat slow computer but hey! it had all I needed to get online and do a bit of research on Rome.
- Generally quiet. I didn't even see or hear much of the other folks staying in the same apartment except when they fiddled with the main doors to leave in the morning and return at night.
- The service: Franco was on duty when we arrived and he gave us maps and such for Rome and made the effort to help us look for the location of a particular restaurant we wanted to dine at...the other B&B we stayed elsewhere in Italy weren't quite as helpful.
- Satellite TV: Mostly in Italian but there was BBC to watch if you need something in English. Anyway, most people wouldn't be huddled in their room to watch TV.
- It's indicated on their site that breakfast is not included but each day they left us a little peach tart, plum cake and coffee capsules ( to use in the pantry's coffee machine), crostinis , honey and jam in the room. That was a nice touch and I found it more than adequate for a light breakfast!
- The bed was a bit squeaky and too soft for me.
- The walls are bit thin so early in the morning, you can hear neighbors in the building walking about, going about their daily business... but it can get noisy if you are a light sleeper.
- Keys to the main doors are a little bit challenging to use. I couldn't seem to open the doors to the apartments! It would also be helpful if the keys to the 2 apartment doors are labelled.
- The shower stall has a see-through glass door that looks into the room. Not really an issue but something to note if you're travelling with a friend and shy ;). Shower stall may also be small if you're bigger built - maybe about 1 metre width and less depth.
- Stairs: If you're lugging around a huge luggage, take note you'll have to walk 1 flight of stairs ( up/ down depending which floor you take the elevator to) . This seems common of old buildings. I had a backpack so there was no issue. My partner had a HUGE bag. Thankfully, it was still pretty empty when we got to Rome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- WRH Termini is situated on the third floor of a building (with lift/elevator) which dates back to the early 1900s. It is located just few metres away from the city's main transport hub and train station, Termini (and the Air Terminal). WRH Termini has 6 rooms in total which have been tastefully furnished and decorated, all with a private bathroom and all are equipped with several modern conveniences, such as air conditioning, telephone, satellite television. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wrh Termini Hotel Rome