If you have a list of hotels and have trouble finding them it appears that you get 3 or 4 hotels in one block. You will see a hotel sign, then outside will be 3 or 4 different names of various hotels.
I took it that each floor housed a different quality of room/service?
Most of the one's we first come across had no reception desk either, very confusing.
We come across the Giorgina hotel just a spit from the termini station. This had a reception desk and the owner sitting there who looked like the french actor who always plays the gangster/hitman. A twin room was 60 euro.
Had a shower/toilet in the room, a old t.v. and was clean enough. Also had a safe in the room that you could open with anything, Be Warned!
You got a breakfast aswell which consisted of stale bread rolls and coffee. And they do not give you a plate for some reason, so you leave a table full of crumbs.
It was 24hour reception and all in all for the money was fine i thought.
The guy on the desk was helpfull when we asked him a few things too.
Via Principe Amedeo 69.
Directions: From Termini go down Via Cavour and turn into Via Principe Amedo. 5 min walk from station.
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Address: Via Principe Amedeo 69, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy