Lazzari Italy, RomeVIA CASTELFIDARDO 31, Termini Railway Station

Comfortably furnished bedrooms with modern facilities await guests in this small yet cosy hotel. The English-speaking staff are trained to be helpful and informative in order to satisfy guests' needs and answer their questions. This family-friendly air-conditioned hotel offers 14 rooms, and guests are welcomed in a lobby with 24-hour reception. Further facilities include a hotel safe, lift access and WLAN Internet access.

By car: From any point along the Grande Raccordo Anulare ring road, which is reachable from all motorways, follow the signs to 'Roma centro' and then to the 'Roma Termini' train station. By train: The hotel is just minutes from the Termini train station. Exit the station on the right and follow Via Marsala. Then take Via Marghera. Take the third street on the left, Via Varese, and continue straight on until reaching Piazza Indipendenza and Via Castelfidardo, where the hotel is located. Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is connected to the city by motorway or by the local train service, called Leonardo Express, leaving every 30 minutes for the Termini station. Rome Ciampino Airport is just a few bus stops from the Anagnina station on metro line A. The ride from there to Termini takes about 20 minutes.

With an excellent location in the centre of Rome, five minutes from the Termini central train station, the hotel is extremely well connected to all forms of transportation (bus, train, metro and tram). Guests thus enjoy easy access to the heart of the city and to most of the major monuments. Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is some 25 km away, while Rome Ciampino Airport is about 13 km from the hotel.

Well structured, modern rooms are available and suitably furnished, providing all the necessities for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Each room comes with an en suite bathroom with shower, bath and hairdryer. Further amenities include a double bed, direct dial telephone, TV, Internet access, safe, air conditioning, heating and a balcony or terrace.

A continental breakfast is served daily.
  • Train Station (2000 m)
  • Town centre (2000 m)

Room facilities

  • Vegetarian meal
  • Double bed
  • Single rooms: 2
  • Individual heating
  • Balcony
  • Double / twin rooms: 8
  • Bathroom
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Bath
  • Shower
  • Hairdryer
  • TV
  • Individual air-conditioned
  • Central air-conditioned

Distances

  • Central Heating

Credit cards

  • Visa
  • MasterCard

Catering

  • Continental breakfast

Hotel features

  • American Express
  • WLAN access point

Facilities & services

  • 24h. Reception
  • Air-conditioned in common areas
  • Safe

Entertainment

  • Located on a main street

Establishment type

  • Family friendly hotel
  • Reception Area
  • Lift-s
  • Mini fridge
  • Total number of rooms: 14

Building information

  • Number of floors (main building): 5

Anonymous Reviewed November 05, 2008

Positive: The Hotel is good placed in Rome not far away from the sights of the town.

Negative: The hotel has air-condition,but it doesn't work.There is no wireless access like in the information.The hotel is two stars,but the hotel has only one star.

Anonymous Reviewed October 20, 2008

Positive: Close to Central Station Safe.

Negative: Only that it was not well signposted and easy to miss.

Outside: A nice restaurant next door. Walking distance to transport.

Anonymous Reviewed October 03, 2008

Positive: location to termini, nice african restaurant not far

Negative: Whats to say???? Its basically a pile of s**** if you get put on the 2nd or 3rd floor, refuse to even enter the room. ask for the 4th or 5th floor. was put in 206, next to the reception, you may as well set up your pillow on the check in desk. at 5am, a gang of drunk italians came back to their room, and the waffer thin walls may as well let me be in their room with them and make donkey and cow noises along with them. on the door of each floor is a sign saying please keep your tv to a minimum after 10pm, although this room was by the recption desk and these drunks had theirs on full blast and nothing was said to them. Then at 7am, the loudest woman in the world started work, (also the fattest) she was too lazy to get off her ar$e to go talk to the cleaner, so the pair of them barked orders from where they were, may as well have had a conversation over my bed. it got the point that my girlfriend had had enough, got up, went out and said move us now, with a death stare that no one could look at without turning to stone, but it did the trick. we were moved to the 5th floor, this was quiet, and we actually got 3 more decent nights sleep. although the view was of an old shed on the roof. The first room wasnt cleaned when we got there, there was a pube on the fresh toilet roll and there was toothpaste in the plastic cups provided in broken seeled wrapping (so obviously re-used). Didn?t try the food as mainly couldn?t be bothered staying in this place for anymore time than I had to, and if it was anything like the rest of the service they provided?..it would be dog poo on toast. Stayed in Florence, siena, and viareggio, and all rooms where around the same prices and lovely, but this was the pits. on check out, at 6:30 (checked out early to catch a flight) the guy on the 3rd floor reception (for overnight opening of the main door) had the tv on so loud it emulated a light aircraft taking off, so god knows how anyone on that floor slept. Me personnally would have put his head through the tv if it was on that loud. all in all, if you want cheap, then stay here, but theres other better places for the same prices, and without the trauma. or pay an extra £10 a night and stay else where.

Outside: half recent restaurants, close to the main station, a bit dodgy at night if you've not got your wits about you. Dont go with a partner here, play it safe instead. suppose its ok if your travelling alone or your prepared to demand to be moved / request a decent sleep

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Anonymous Reviewed November 05, 2008

Positive:The Hotel is good placed in Rome not far away from the sights of the town.

Negative:The hotel has air-condition,but it doesn't work.There is no wireless access like in the information.The hotel is two stars,but the hotel has only one star.

Anonymous Reviewed October 20, 2008

Positive:Close to Central Station Safe.

Negative:Only that it was not well signposted and easy to miss.

Outside:A nice restaurant next door. Walking distance to transport.

Anonymous Reviewed October 03, 2008

Positive:location to termini, nice african restaurant not far

Negative:Whats to say???? Its basically a pile of s**** if you get put on the 2nd or 3rd floor, refuse to even enter the room. ask for the 4th or 5th floor. was put in 206, next to the reception, you may as well set up your pillow on the check in desk. at 5am, a gang of drunk italians came back to their room, and the waffer thin walls may as well let me be in their room with them and make donkey and cow noises along with them. on the door of each floor is a sign saying please keep your tv to a minimum after 10pm, although this room was by the recption desk and these drunks had theirs on full blast and nothing was said to them. Then at 7am, the loudest woman in the world started work, (also the fattest) she was too lazy to get off her ar$e to go talk to the cleaner, so the pair of them barked orders from where they were, may as well have had a conversation over my bed. it got the point that my girlfriend had had enough, got up, went out and said move us now, with a death stare that no one could look at without turning to stone, but it did the trick. we were moved to the 5th floor, this was quiet, and we actually got 3 more decent nights sleep. although the view was of an old shed on the roof. The first room wasnt cleaned when we got there, there was a pube on the fresh toilet roll and there was toothpaste in the plastic cups provided in broken seeled wrapping (so obviously re-used). Didn?t try the food as mainly couldn?t be bothered staying in this place for anymore time than I had to, and if it was anything like the rest of the service they provided?..it would be dog poo on toast. Stayed in Florence, siena, and viareggio, and all rooms where around the same prices and lovely, but this was the pits. on check out, at 6:30 (checked out early to catch a flight) the guy on the 3rd floor reception (for overnight opening of the main door) had the tv on so loud it emulated a light aircraft taking off, so god knows how anyone on that floor slept. Me personnally would have put his head through the tv if it was on that loud. all in all, if you want cheap, then stay here, but theres other better places for the same prices, and without the trauma. or pay an extra £10 a night and stay else where.

Outside:half recent restaurants, close to the main station, a bit dodgy at night if you've not got your wits about you. Dont go with a partner here, play it safe instead. suppose its ok if your travelling alone or your prepared to demand to be moved / request a decent sleep


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