The hostel is conveniently situated close to Roma-Termini underground, railway and coach Station. Surrounded by Rome's top tourist attractions such as the church Santa Maria Maggiore, Piazza della Repubblica, The Roman Forum, Aquarium Romano and a wide range of restaurants, pubs and bars, all within walking distance.
On approaching this lovely building, you walk through a beautiful flower garden to the main entrance. On entering you will notice the high ceilings and listed staircase. The hostel itself is intimate and friendly. There are various sizes of rooms and spaces to be either sociable or alone.
The rooms are with en-suite facilities or with external bathrooms. Each room has a direct phone and a TV. We do our utmost to ensure our clients have a pleasant and enjoyable stay with us and make their trip a memorable experience.
From Termini station:
The Hostel is located within a 5 minute walking distance from Termini train station. It's very easy to reach the hostel:
1. Exit Termini Station to Giovanni Giolitti street side
2. Make a left on Via Giolitti and continue walk in Giolitti street, and then take your fourth right down Via Rattazzi.
3. Continue down Via Rattazzi, until you reach the second street on the left after piazza Manfredo Fanti is via Principe Amedeo and at number 149 you find us.
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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Location was good. Breakfast was served in your room. Overall everything was good.
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