We arrived here for the Rugby Six Nations so we’re there for 4 nights, upon arrival we couldn’t get the owner to answer the door bell, a local came out and told us 14:30 open so we went for food and drinks until then. We went back but still struggled to get an answer until someone came out and we slipped in. The building has a mixture of businesses, hotels and residents so it’s really strange. Once we got into the hotel the young guy who ran it was really helpful and made us feel very welcome to be honest.
The rooms are very basic a twin room with a wardrobe and a fridge, shower and toilet that’s it. I will say though the beds were very comfortable so had no problem sleeping.
The area seems rough with a lot of homeless around, graffiti is everywhere as is litter and a lot of migrant Africans but saying that we never felt threatened but we were in a group of 6 and all over 6ft rugby players so whether you’d feel uncomfortable in a couple I’m not sure. Not many restaurants around they all seem to be grab a kebab type places all offering the same things but we did find that these places were the cheapest for beers.
Would I go back then I’d say yes but only with the lads because of the area and the hotel being basic
This holiday was booked due to another firm going down .Two days before travelling we sent time details of our flight and phone numbers .On arrival we made our way to 55 inn for 2 o'clock .We waited nobody came ,rang the intercom still no answer .Then we decided after waiting almost an hour we would make our way over to their b&b which they told us about in an email that cost us 7 euros in a taxi then when we got to there same story no answer .then we decided to phone booking .com who must have phone the owner because out of nowhere he appeared.He had our phone numbers so why didn't he phone. Then he took us through the metro to get to where we were meant to stay.Once we got in after opening three doors we eventually get into our room .The room is ok tea/coffee facilities ,nice big fridge with ice tray,good hot shower,Could not fault the room and the cleaner was excellent .
Nice and near the railway station for day trips away ,metro station 2 mins away and tram stop at the door.Easy to find just follow the tram lines round from the station.
Close to metro station though environment was a little strange at night. Clean, central and value for money. A reasonable and comfortable place to rest after a whole day of walking and traveling. Host was helpful.
Clean hotel close to the metro, but not in the nicest area. I dont think the photos gave a fair idea of my room (don´t know whether they match the other rooms better). It had very little floor space and a tiny bathroom, but for a few nights it was okay. No public areas, but that didnt bother me, as I am not travelling to see the inside of the hotel Im staying at. All in all the rooms provide the basic things you need, and for this price one can not expect a luxourious stay. However, I found in particular one thing disturbing about this stay. The owner called me several times on my phone to ask me out for breakfast, to go for a drink and so on. To me that is totally unprofessional and it made my stay less enjoyable, as it made me feel somewhat uncomfortable on the hotel premises. I would therefore recomend this place to a guys (single travellers) or couples, preferly young ones as the older generation might want a bit more service, facilities and comfort.
It is about 10 min walk from Termini station. Was bit hard to find it. The location of 55 inn is quite good, close to metro stop Vittorio Emanuelle. Andrea speaks good English and he was very helpful host. Room is spacious, tidy and free from outside noises.