Very near to Termini this B&B offers a good value for money. It occupies the third floor of a late 19th century building.
Though the outside area is (or it seems to be)quite old ,the interior is very different:cosy, comfortable and sparkling clean.Rooms are not so small and with attached bathroom and AC .Above all staffs are very friendly, especially if you are travelling with your child they are ready to help at all time.We really enjoyed our stay there.
There are plenty of resturants and a pub nearby and they remain open till midnight.
We booked the hotel before our journey and had to pay at the time of departure . so it was a great advantage.
Only problem is they do not speak English...but we faced the problem thrtoughout Italy....and may be you can manage the problem with sign language.
From Termini we used to go by bus no 38. But later saw many other also go towards that direction. I cannot remember very well but may be it was 217 too. Get down at third stop(via piave)cros the street and you will be at via Flavia. turn right and within 100 m you will find the hotel building. It is appx.15 minutes' walk from the Termini railway station.
Unique Quality: The helpful hotel staff organize guided tours of the city and day trips to Florence, Naples, Capri, Sorrento, Pompei, Tivoli and the Castelli Romani area. On request it is also possible to book a place at the Papal Audience on Wednsdays.
There is an Internet Point located at the reception too.
Our first impression was, wow !! Marble floors absolutely sparkled, the corridors spotless.
The rooms were clean, beds comfortable, with orthopedic mattresses, private baths, showers, and sufficient cupboard space. The rooms were quite small, and we both longed for a little more room to stretch out.
It was great to have a bath with an enclosed shower, but again size was a problem. Every time I turned around, I turned the water off with a part of my anatomy. That is not bragging, just a fact. If you are a large person, the shower stall may prove difficult.
Unique Quality: Breakfast is basic, but fresh, and plentiful. Lots of great yogurt, juice, cereal, rolls, and coffee upon request. All served with a smile.
The desk clerk was very accomodating, friendly, and proud of his hotel. Great care is taken to ensure his guests are happy.
We were satisfied in every way except room/shower size. I had the flu, however, and being in the smaller space felt very constricting. We would return, because management deserves a second chance. Prices were reasonable, and it was located within walking distance of major sites.
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