Holiday Inn Express Rome-East
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Rome-East
We stayed at this hotel as we had a car and needed parking space, and were not keen to drive into the city of Rome. The hotel has great amenities, including the great coffee that can be purchased from the bar in the lobby. We found everything we needed, including a supermarket close by. The district is a fair way out of town, and on approach doesn't look the best, but give it a go, you will be pleasantly surprised. We were very pleased with the GP, and the breakfast buffet was pretty good too.
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