Rome B&B Termini
Via Napoleone III , 48
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The Bed & Breakfast A Roma Termini is excellently located in the centre of Rome, just 100 metres from the Termini railway station, near the Opera house, the basilica Santa Maria Maggiore, restaurants, bars and shops.
The structure is situated on the third floor of a 19th century Umbertino style building with lift.
Public transportation that takes to other parts of the city is also easy to reach. Guests will easily reach the main Rome attractions.
The structure has 3 double rooms with private bathroom.
All the rooms are equipped with fan, private bathroom, hairdryer and cable TV.
Please note that the Double rooms with Shared Bathroom have actually private bathroom as well but it is not ensuite (it's outside the room).
All taxes fees and breakfast included Rome city tax is not included in the price: 2 00 per person (3 for hotel 4 and 5 stars) per night (up to 10 nights) will be charged and collected directly at the front desk. The tax does not apply to children under 10 years of age.
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Great place to stay, we only planned to sleep for one night but at the end slept te whole vacation in B&B Termini. Because we loved the place and location. Near the Metro
Clean, and you only have to share the place with 2 other rooms. So a lot of privacy. The price is ok comparing to other B&B and hostels.
But if you go there be sure you got the nummer of the owner of B&B Termini
Call: 00390644340797 or 0039 3384413029 because he's not living at the place.
Check also www.bbromatermini.it for pictures and more information
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Difficult to find, a small card stuck in the door bell was all, we walked past it several times. The owner does not live on site. We were lucky that a man who lived in the flat upstairs arriving home let us in (almost midnight). He then phoned the owner, who did arrive very shortly afterwards and we got access to the flat. The man upstairs said he frequently "rescued" tourists. The owner was friendly and helpful e.g. we had to check out at 11am but he let us leave our luggage til late afternoon and gave us a key and trusted us to leave key. The kitchen was adequately equipped and there was basic supplies bread and coffee ,tea etc. There is a supermarket nearby. There is a daily maid sevice she will wash up dishes. The flat was cold in the evening I complained and was given an extra blanket... No chance of the central heating being put on apparently in late Oct. We usually stay in hotels and hadnt realised that this was a flat share with ensuite. There are 4 rooms in the flat. We actually enjoyed sharing the kitchen in the evening with people from as far apart as Canada U.S.A Spain and Poland. Suggest you arange an access time before travelling and have owners phone no. Hope this is helpful
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