“ Address: Via Principe Amedeo 14 / 00185 Roma / Italy „
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I stayed at this hotel in June 2008, as part of a week-long tour of Italy. As the hotel booking was part of a tour, I am not sure how much it cost per night, buti it's rated as a three-star.
The location of the hotel is brilliant - it's a five minute walk from Termini station & the nearest metro stop, and is within walking distance of all of the major historic sites & places of interest in Rome, for instance the Collosseum is about a five minute walk away.
The hotel appeared to be used quite a lot for tour groups, so seemed to attract a mixed group of nationalities & ages. There is a nice lounge area & bar, and a very small & slow lift serving the various floors. As we stayed at the hotel twice, both at the beginning & end of the tour, we stayed in two separate rooms, and both were a good size with patio doors which could be opened to let some air in.
The rooms are really what you pay for - don't expect immaculate decoration as there is a lot of peeling wallpaper & the shower in the first room was hanging quite precariously from the wall. In the second room, the bath was very small & the huge sink seemed to take up most of the space in the bathroom! There was however a multi-channel TV & air conditioning in the room, and lots of hanging space. We had a twin room on each occasion & both rooms were huge so you never felt like you were living on top of each other.
This is by far not a luxury choice of accommodation, but for us served its purpose very well - an excellent location & somewhere to sleep each night - if you are visiting Rome & planning on spending a lot of time in a hotel room, don't book this one, but you should be out exploring anyway!
Conveniently located in the centre of Rome and within walking distance to historic sites.