Special thanks to Mr Flavio who checked us in! Amazingly kind and polite, asked if it was our first time in Rome. Since it was, he gave us a map and explained about busses, trains, spots of interest, etc. Superb service, breakfast buffet was great. Would recommend to 100% and most definitely stay again when (not if) we return to Rome.
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In the heart of the capital city, a few steps away from Termini Station, the new UNA Hotel Roma has 197 rooms with a style …More
Definitely recommend this hotel, My husband and I enjoyed the breakfast. The only negative that I can say is the staff are a bit rude for I went there to tell them we are going to check out but they wouldn't even say anything and I have to wait.
We stayed for 2 nights, with my friends, booked 2 rooms and we were on the 3rd floor. Rooms were very clean, with good WiFi connection, and rooftop breakfast was great, it wasn't the usual continental breakfast. Staff were very helpful and accommodating,
Decent hotel with most helpful and friendly staff I come across with. Hotel central location and the breakfast served was the highlight. Room adequate for couple with flat screen TV, locker/safe box, phone and very airy.
Will go again.
I liked the new king sized bed, short three block walk from Termini, an area notorious for fairly priced rooms & food. One drawback is one device limit for the free WiFi; each additional device comes at a fee, I believe $3.99 per day. The free breakfast has lots of donuts and sweets, lacked eggs/bacon, and salmon that you might find at four or five star breakfast, but for the nightly price that makes Europe affordable, I was happy. It looks like several hotels pool these rooms, which was interesting.
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Rome’s central train station, Termini is the entry point to the city from Fiumicino Airport, and is an impressive modern architectural sight. Between here and glamorous Via Veneto, there are several interesting places to visit. The Palazzo Barberini is a superb baroque palace, the Terme di Diocleziano was the city’s largest bath complex and the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione is remarkable for its Capuchin monks’ crypt.