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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Stella Rome
Was very happy with our stay here. Ticked all the boxes: free WIFi, hot showers, comfy beds, clean, helpful reception staff, close to Metro stations (Termini, Repubblica & Castro Pretoria). Needed to print off vouchers for pre-booked reservations to Colosseum - no problem! Would stay here again. Bathroom was very small, however this seemed to be consistent across Italy.
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