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Piumith

Piumith

Via Principe Amedeo 85/A, Rome, Italy Map Send to a friend
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Accommodation Italy Rome Piumith

Piumith

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Set on the 2nd floor of an elegant 19th-century building, Piumith offers comfortable accommodation and a cosy atmosphere just a short walk from Termini Station.

All of our rooms are tastefully furnished and overlook the inner courtyard for a peaceful atmosphere whatever the time of day or night. All rooms have private bathrooms as well as facilities including air conditioning, TV and internet access. A continental breakfast is included in the rates.

With a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, staff are always on hand to offer you any assistance you may need or provide information about Rome. Piumith is well connected by public transport to all parts of the city.

We offer free WiFi and on-street parking.

Check in 12pm, check out 10.30am

48hrs cancellation policy.

Payment is required in cash on arrival.

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Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Air Conditioning

Important Information

48 hrs cancellation policy, check in 12pm, check out 10.30am. Payment cash on arrival.

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Hotel Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast Included
  • Hairdryers

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