Galli Hotel is in a quiet area 100 metres from Termini Train and Metro Station, near shops, restaurants and bars. It offers large rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Galli is located on the 2nd and 4th floor of a historic building with small lift. All rooms have a private bathroom and satellite TV.
A free internet terminal is available in the lobby. An Italian breakfast is served at a bar, 10 metres away. Multilingual staff can provide tourist and travel info. Free luggage storage is available.
Hotel Galli is ideally located within short walking distance from Termini Railway Station and Piazza del Cinquecento. This 2 star hotel, splitted into two separate floors, is located on the second and on the fourth floor of a building with elevator.
his two star hotel is directly managed by the owners that will welcome you and help you with anything you might need. This family run hotel has a welcoming atmosphere in order to make you feel "At Home away from Home".
From Termini Station:
Take the exit to via Marsala and turn to the right: the first street on the left is via Milazzo.
From Tiburtina Station:
Take the metro to Termini Station (line B) and take the exit to via Marsala. Then turn to the right: the first street on the left is via Milazzo.
From "Leonardo da Vinci" airport (Fiumicino):
Take the train to Termini Station. Trains leave every 30 minutes and the distance from the town is about 30 Km. From there take the exit to via Marsala. Then turn to the right: the first street on the left is via Milazzo.
By Car: From the ring road G.R.A. (Grande Raccordo Anulare) exit at gate n° 48 - "Roma Centro"- direction and follow the signs to central railway station (Termini). Then follow the above listed directions.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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