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Radisson Blu es. Hotel

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • distinctive design
  • convenient, transportation-wise, as it's so close to Termini
  • friendly and helpful staff, plus a lot of extras (like free Wi-Fi)

    Cons

  • Termini can be a bit unsavory at night
  • see-through bathrooms don't allow for much privacy

Radisson Blu es. Hotel Review

Imagine your guest room was at a big-city modern art museum and you'll start to get the picture here: spacious bedrooms with funky fixtures (beds often smack in the middle of the room), windows that light up at night, and plenty of other minimalist and ultra-contemporary design touches, most in complete contrast to what you'll find throughout Rome. Colorful accents throughout contrast with an overarching theme of white or muted tones, or sheer minimalism (bathroom walls are glass, which may be a little too open for the more private traveler). In addition to a swimming pool and sundeck on the roof, the hotel has a health and fitness room with spa, plus a bar, two restaurants, and free high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi everywhere.

    Hotel Details

  • 232 rooms, 27 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-19-2014

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