Hotel Merulana Star
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We arrived in Rome at a busy time, and booked online not knowing area at all. Our room was really basic, but really clean, and cleaned every day..... Felt very secure here, though noisy...Ear plugs good if you don't use Air Conditioning (extra) WiFi extra. This area is convenient to Metro, Main Train Station (Termini), Supermarket around corner, Information Booth not far near Santa Maria Maggoria.
From Termini take main entrance (largest area) and turn left...Take street you are facing and walk 4 blocks, turn left..at Cathedral.....Santa Maria Maggoria and walk to Piazza Vittoria Emmanuele 11. Take 3rd street Via Merulana and walk on left 3 blocks, cross road, and viola you will be at the right number...Restuarant on corner, then. Large wooden doors. Reception on first floor.
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