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The hotel is conveniently located close to the Policlinico subway stop, as well as railway and coach stations. The famous park of Villa Torlonia and a wide range of restaurants are all within walking distance. This hotel adjoins the busy shopping district and the financial and commercial centre of the city, yet is generally quiet and respectable. It is well connected with the rest of the city. The metro is 3 minutes' walk away and all of the major archaeological sites are within easy reach. Termini railway station is easily reachable as is Rome's Fiumicino Airport, which is 35 km from the hote...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Ok, but 2 stars at most
Reviewed 5 may, 2019
Staff were really helpfull and nice. The hotel is quite outdated and old. Bathroom was quite bad (rusted pipes and no cover on toilet catle). The smell in the room was not very good and you could hear guest in the next room like there were no walls. Breakfast was very basic. The hotel is quite near the metro and city center.
Reviewed 26 january, 2019
Wonderful stay! Very accommodating to all my needs. Eager to please. Lovely hotel at a good price. Highly recommended! In a beautiful part of Rome. You won't find a better hotel at this price point. Thanks Alexander and all the wonderful staff.
The best host I've ever seen and the best price in EU
Reviewed 14 october, 2018
I've visited Rome in February, I stayed at Christina's hotel. Christina's breakfast was so good, everything was perfect. Rooms are so clean. So tasty croissants and Italian cookies, Salami and Cheese were so tasty. We have booked 7 nights but our flight was delayed, they waited for us and we did late check in. We added One night Stuff is so friendly, I lost 50 Euros under the bed and the maid put that on my table. Location is perfect, 1 minute walk from the metro station Policlinico, 2 stations away from the main station Termini. In front of the station Policlinico is a small Cafe/Shop where are the best Pizza and tasty food, cheap prices compare to others. Market is 45 seconds walk. I think you will enjoy staying at Rome with Christina, she will give you maps and circles all the things. P.S. Christina knows Taxi Driver's phone numb and so on.
Reviewed 27 july, 2018
Good hotel for the price you get. The location is great, 5 minutes on foot to the closest metro station which is just 3 stops away from the central station. The staff is friendly and the room is quite big. Room service cleaned everyday. The facilities though were not what we expected to be. WiFi barely reached the room and the breakfast was okay, nothing special. Better to have breakfast in the city.
Reviewed 18 may, 2018
This hotel was perfect for our stay in Rome. Not just due to its 3-4min walk from the metro/tram/bus, not just coz it did breakfast at 3€ per person or the fact that it had hot running water every moring for the nice size bathroom shower, but due to the hospitality and warm welcome of its owner! ! Cristina (the owner) kept in touch through email to ask about our arrival times and informed us that either her or the night staff will be able to greet us when we arrive. So when we arrived Cristina told us all about the places in Rome that we should see and explained them in such detail. She even gave us a map of the city. She showed us to our room and explained how the electronic cardkey worked and said we could get intouch with her if we needed anything. She also explained breakfast to us and where it was and at what time (we got first morning for free for being her guests). Now the room was a great size, with a fan, desk, bedside cupboards, towels, wardrobe, tv (italian channels, but am not there to watch tv!!) and the bathroom had a good sized shower, towels and hairdryer which was quite powerful. We slept very well and the beds were comfortable too. For breakfast Cristina greeted us again and asked if we would like any hot drinks making. Breakfast is a continental breakfast of cerals, biscuits, crossiants, toast, jams, meats, yoghurts etc. There was also juices and water. The hotel itself I think is some kind of art gallery too, so many art pictures on the wall which were great to look at. The hotel also has free wifi which had great signal. The hotel is in an area of Rome that we felt safe to walk around at night time in. I would defo stay at this hotel again.