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Very well positioned for foot access to sites and public transport. Always helpful staff.
Good location but facilities are dated. We stayed in a junior suite and the bathroom was ridiculously small with no space for toiletries. Overall it was fine for 1 night in transit - close to the Termini station. But we could have done better
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