We wanted to check out at 6AM and we asked them to give us breakfas pack but they didn't cooperate and refused to do that, when we wanted to check out the staff asked to pay for the bar, although we had not used. Finally we didnt pay but it wasn't expectable.
The hotel is clean and comfortable. Although it is outside the central/tourist area, it is not that far from the main transit hub. It takes 10-15 minute walk to the tram stop and another 25-30 minute tram ride to Termini Station. It is good if you plan to spend your days to explore Rome and just need a nice place to rest at night.
The hotel staff were very helpful and pleasant, particularly the waiter/barman in the restaurant. The bathroom was spotlessly clean with a superb shower. Some of the electrical sockets were a little loose on the wall which was disturbing but nothing untoward happened. The hotel set menu in the dining room was very good with fresh ingredients cooked to perfection. The hotel is a bus ride to Rebibbia Metro station then a subway ride into Rome. It's not too difficult to get into Rome centre. Unfortunately the area around the hotel is a little run-down and the only store nearby was closed for the duration. There are no good restaurants nearby which was disappointing but overall the stay was satisfactory for the price.
Fantastic helpful staff! Room was very comfortable and clean. Quite a distance from the centre however transport is fantastic and we wanted this area due to family close by. Would definitely recommend!!
Local family run bed and breakfast business. Since family run, staff does go out of there way on service. It is clean, although shower seemed small compared to what this US couple had been used to. Still enough room to shower, etc. We stayed a week, and it was a good base for our trip to Rome.
Non hotel notes: We chose to stay near the metro line (3 blocks away) and out of the central Rome for less expense. This was a good option. Metro ride to main Termini (terminal) is around 30 min. So a little longer than would have preferred, but the metro was a good option for us. Breakfast was typically Italian (not English or American) didn't bother us, but some may not appreciate.
The Rome Tiburtina railway station, one of the most important stations in the city, is located in the Tiburtina Est neighborhood. The area is also an excellent starting point for a visit to the famous San Lorenzo district, known for its nightlife, and for daytrips to the medieval town of Tivoli and its ancient villas such as Villa d'Este and Villa Gregoriana.
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