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Prince Inn - Rome

Via Principe Eugenio 15 - Rome

1-877-662-6988
Price starting from 25.00
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Prince Inn is situated in the historic center of Rome, near the Termini central train station and very close to the subway Line A. With a walking distance from the city's most important sights, such as Colosseum, Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Porta Maggiore, and more. In the area of our B&B it is very easy to find restaurants, shops, bars, supermarkets, laundromats, parks, and other public facilities.

All our rooms are quiet, clean, and comfortable. In each room there is a computer with 24-hour free Internet access. Furthermore, you also can use our fully-equipped kitchen.

You will enjoy a very special stay in our B&B during you holiday or business trip.
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Guest Rating 5.9 Ordinary
Based on 103 hotel reviews © 2014 Venere.com

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Breakfast at Prince Inn

A free continental breakfast is available between 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM.

Facilities at Prince Inn

  • Shuttle service from and/or to the railway station
  • Luggage room
  • Multilingual staff
  • City tour
  • Lift/elevator
  • Pets accepted
  • Internet/Email services

Know before you go

  • Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 999.99, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation.
  • Children 5 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding.

Check-in: between 2 PM and 11 PM.

Check-out: before noon.


Please contact the property ahead of time if you are planning to arrive after 11 PM.

Policy

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.

City tax and/or any other fees charged by the hotel

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Babysitting/childcare fee: EUR 15 per hour, per child (ages 5 to 10 years old)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.


Unless otherwise indicated, the charges below are not included in the overall room price. If not included in the overall room price, they will be charged by the property at check-in or check-out. Charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book. This property told us they will charge you for the following:

  • A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 3.5 per person, per night, up to 10 nights. This tax does not apply to children under 10 years of age.
 

We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.

Prince Inn is also known as

Bed & Breakfast Prince Inn
Bed And Breakfast Prince Inn
Bed & Breakfast Prince Hotel
Bed & Breakfast Prince Hotel Rome

6.5

Clean

5.2

Location

6.0

Quiet

5.9

Spacious

5.5

Service

Prince Inn reviews

5.3 Ordinary
  • December 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • Germany

the offered rooms are in a private appartment. in the evening the mother cooks in the kitchen and the little children are loud and come into your room. it smells because of the cooking in every room. our room didn´t have a window and was next to the stairway. we didn´t sleep well because of the noise. in the morning there is someone who makes coffee. the kitchen is very small and private so you don´t feel free to make tea or something...

2.1
  • November 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • France

Big surprise !! We called before to arrive to inform that we will arrive at 23:40 (check-in until 23:00). The owner told that there was no problem, that she will be there to our welcoming. But she never told that there are 10€ extra to an arrival after 23:00 !!! we agreed to pay but we would have liked to be notified before ... We don't find it very honest ! Moreover, for the price, (50€ for the room + 4€ of taxes + 10€ extra for a check-in after 23:00 = 64€ for the night)it's very expensive, we expected much ! Very hard to find the hotel, and breackfast doubtful.

4.6 Ordinary
  • September 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • France

It is actually an apartment in which you rent a room more than a Bed & Breakfast. Our room was spacious. Wifi works perfectly. Quite noisy during the evening, you can hear the neighbors or other flatmates talking (or their tv/music). Bathrooms are okay. For the breakfast you are welcome to take what you want from the kitchen. You have to pay the stay at the check-in.

8.2 Very Good
  • August 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • France

Very good hostel, good location, and nice people who works there. Rooms are very comfortable.

9.8 Outstanding!
  • June 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • Italy

The location within 10 minutes walk from Roma Termini among with nearness to Colloseum area makes this B&B to a top choice! The breakfast kitchen and one of the 2 shared WC/showers are small but personally I don't mind as whole place is very clean and the rooms mare great. Plus also for well functioning wi-fi.

3.8
  • April 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

Note this is a Bed-and-breakfast Not a hotel. Almost impossible to find Because it is hidden behind a large brown door with no signage. The family have a small child that screams most of time if you're staying in a room. Just like living with them they're always there. Went to have breakfast in their personal kitchen and they used a dirty rag just to wipe the dishes clean, pretty nasty. You might get breakfast with them wearing their robe and slippers. Room very small and floors and everything seems sticky. It was just like staying in a strangers home somewhere deep in a big city. Went to use Internet and it was a virus infested. The mother spoke good english but no one else did. The best part about this was there was a bathroom in room but it's not worth Staying at. You might come home and find they have gone through your stuff and the kids are in your room. My wife being a perfectionist did find inside our suitcases rearranged every day. The bed was made every day. Just remember this is a bed-and-breakfast. A word of advice cheap rooms in big cities not a good idea.

7.9 Good
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Canada

Not expensive and perfect to sleep. Beds are comfortable. Good ratio price quality

6.9 Fair
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • USA

I brought some photos of what the area looked like to help me find the place which helped a lot. The room was quiet for being off a major street. The breakfast was pretty much a selection of sugar treats. The owner did not speak any English but her daughter, I think, came to help translate. She spoke enough English to get by but not so much in being able to help with sight seeing questions. The room was clean and the computer in the room was nice but limited.

4.4 Ordinary
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Spain

In my opinion...if you can,choose another place...this is like an appartment where the owners cooked in the kitchen,had the kids walking around and you had your room,kind of weird for me to be honest. On the other hand they look nice people,are kind and friendly...so if you don't mind being in a room with no hotel services that's your place.

3.0
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • Italy

Prince Inn isn't a hotel. When I searched at venere.com I thought that I'm going to a hotel. I don't think that the location of it is good because there were strange people. Nobody can return there without fear. Finally Prince Inn was a disappointment for me.

0.8
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Spain

I was in May 2012. The "hostel" is so shabby and expensive.

7.1 Good
  • August 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Argentina

In short: We stayed for 5 nights. The place is ok considering we were looking for the cheapest place within walking distance from Rome’s main attractions. The neighborhood is not at all touristic but an immigrants place. The Inn is a hard to find apartment hidden in the back of a building with four bedrooms for rent. The owner is a charming Chinese woman with two kids. It’s not the best staff or attention, but you are getting a good place where to sleep and have a light breakfast (coffee, bread, yogurt, marmalade, butter and just a few more things). It’s one block from a park where you can take the metro, the subway or a bus, it’s a 15-20 minutes’ walk to the Coliseum and less than 10 blocks away from the train station from the airport. It might be a little bit desolated if you plan to go out at night or return late. So if you’re not picky and just want a nice place to spend the night while spending all day outside visiting the city, this is a good place for you!

1.8
  • September 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Romania

1. It s in a strange chinese neighbourhood , dirty . 2. Staff consists of 2 not too much english speakers . 3 . Rooms are kitch and not well maintained . 4. Baths ... like ''country of nobody'' . 5 . Breakfest - u dont wanna use the kitchen , trust me and u dont find many things to eat if u still dare to go in . 6 . Maybe it s cheap , but it doesnt worth 60 euro per room ! No way !

0.8
  • September 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • South Africa

Not recommended as tourist accommodation. The bathroom facilities were not clean e.g. hair in shower, bin containing sanitary towels not emptied. The kitchen facilities were dirty and the breakfast offered consisted of pre-packaged breads. We did not use these facilities as we felt they were not of a hygienic standard. This was the worst accommodation that we experienced in 3 1/2 weeks in Italy.

3.2
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • Saudi Arabia

We stayed here for 2 nights. When I arrived there with family, to our utter shock the caretaker was not available (despite my prior notice about my arrival time) and only the locked doors welcomed us. None of the neighbours could speak English, nor were they obviously able to assist us in finding the keeper. The keeper, who is a chinese guy, does not speak English either. With the help of two neighbours I called him on his mobile no displayed on the locked door, but the phone was just ringing. Only later I noted that he leaves the mobile phone inside the apartment itself, as it was ringing sometimes at nights. He finally arrived after nearly 40 tensed minutes. I really pity the guests who would arrive here after 7 pm, when the main door of the whole building would be locked, and they would be stranded at the streets, without being able to reach the care taker to get inside the building. Only if one does not have any other alternative in Rome, would I recommend this place.

1.9
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • USA

This is someone's attempt at making their apartment a bed and breakfast. We requested a triple non-smoking. Smoke smell pervaded the room and the towels we were provided smelled the same. The sheets did not appear clean and the bathroom was less than desirable -- some mold on the ceilings. We waited outside the "B&B" for 10 minutes until someone came to the door to let us in, and he treated us as if we were surprise guests. It is a 10-15 minute walk to the SW of Termini Station. The only positive I can say is that there was a computer with full internet access provided. I would not stay here again nor would I recommend anyone stay here. You would be well served to pay 15eur more for a much better place. We stayed in other B&B/hostels throughout our trip to Italy and this was the worst by far; this was a mistake on my part for booking here.

2.7
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Bulgaria

We - me and my wife stayed at room with privite bathroom.There is only one.Very small,separate with the bathroom with sliding door.The room was very dirty,with dust and mould everywhere.Hair in the bathroom.We asked for vacuum-cleaner but boy /I guess the son of the owner/ said there is not.He doesnt speek english good and also he's not so friendly and talkative.For breakfast there are only sweet things.

7.1 Good
  • April 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Slovakia

First of all..it's simply apartment in apartment building with 3 rooms, kitchen and 2 toilets/showers. Each room has its own key and was occupied by different people.Very hard to find..no sign on the building and the numbers on the building are hardly visible, especially at the dark. We arrived around 10pm and no one waited for us. We called phone number from the reservation confirmation but no one answered. So we actually weren't able to get into the building, because front doors are always locked. We got in to the building only thanks to the people that came in and they told us what entrance and floor we should go to (through hallway and terrace, left entrance, 2nd floor). We knocked and the apartment doors but no answer again. There is a business card sticked to the doors with mobile phone number so we called the number and a men came within 15 minutes and checked us in. Doesn't speak english very well. You can pay only cash, computer wasn't running in our room but there is a free wirelles. So be prepared for all of this. Otherwise I think it's good price/quality and location is great.

2.7
  • April 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • United Kingdom

This is the worst hotel we booked for our italy trip. The shared toilets were very dirty and wet, there was no housekeeping for 3 days even we made a complaint to the owner. The breakfast was very bad as well, they only left the small amount of prepacked breads and cookies for 6 person and never refill for 3 days, and you have to cook for your own coffe. we had decided to eat outside as the food was so bad. The location wise is closed to termini station, only 15 mins walk. But we do not recommend this hotel unless you have a tight budget and do not mind for the cleaniness of this hotel.

9.8 Outstanding!
  • January 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Italy

Very good luxory b&b at good price, very clean.

0.4
  • December 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

The instructions that were given to find this Bed & Breakfast were extremely unhelpful. Not even the locals could find it and many other guests there agreed that they wasted a lot of time trying to locate the Prince Bed & Breakfast. While carrying everything I owned, I was wiped out-in pain- by the time I got in. (I was lucky that someone who lived there, showed me into the building.) The manager did not come to help me with my things and they put me in the wrong room. Although the room looked made, the trays in the shower were not clean, sheets had crumbs and hair and the shower drain was clogged so when I showered, water filled the entire room up to the entry door. The internet was in Chinese. That night and every night to follow, her son would come and yell as loud as his lungs would allow. Cute but painful. They basically had playtime right outside my door. I was pretty upset, hungry and tired but this was my vacation and it was too late to change accommodations given I could only afford to visit Rome for 3 days. In the morning, when I told the host about the water, she suggested that I was not being careful and when I asked for new towels since I paid for a double, she said, “I do not see any boyfriend.” I restrained myself and politely reiterated my request. Breakfast was a spread of plastic wrapped 1 Euro store pastries and there was no room to sit sometimes since she was often entertaining other visitors not staying at the B&B Prince Inn. I'm thinking, "Just eat it, right? You paid 170 something Euros for this!" (Do you know what that is in USD?) In the morning and late at night, the kitchen was locked since she would have relatives/friends staying there at night so you could not use the kitchen or have access to your food. The only reason someone would stay here is if it was FREE, they brought camping supplies & food and they did not need a shower. I do not recommend paying for this. Visiting Rome deserves a good night and breakfast.

9.6 Outstanding!
  • November 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • USA

Positive: The staff was friendly and went out of their way to make our stay a good one, even purchasing an alarm clock so that we could wake up to make our early flight. The price was very good. Location was excellent, close to the metro and easy to find. Neighborhood was good but not overly touristy. Having internet and computer right in our room was an excellent addition. The bed was comfortable. I think the room could probably use a bedside lamp. Negative: The room was noisy during the early evening (right next to the stairs). Ventilation for our room was poor and it smelled heavily of cigarette smoke (this may not be true for all of the rooms). Even with the negatives, the value was good.

7.3 Good
  • November 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

It is a good idea to put a pc in every room with an Internet connection 24h!

9.9 Outstanding!
  • November 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Hungary

Everything was very good, we will return.

8.5 Excellent
  • October 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Australia

The Prince Inn is an apartment in a multi storey block with about 4 guest rooms. It is very clean and the Asian owners are friendly quiet people. Good points - close to main train terminal and buses. Close to a park, several restaurants and central to tourist sights. Great if you like to live like the local people. You can hang your washing out the window like everyone else! Small challenges - The hostess has limited English language skill, but son speaks very clearly. The 2 share bathrooms are very small but kept clean. The kitchen is very small. If you prefer meeting local people and experiencing another countries' lifestyle, this may suit you. Not a good idea for those wanting 5 star. The block, like many in Europe has a large courtyard in the middle with plants and paving. The occasional noise comes mostly from other apartments and did not disturb our sleep. We really enjoyed our stay here.

7.2 Good
  • September 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Argentina

Thanks to Lucio and his mom, they both treat us very nice and did their best to made our stayed confortable.

10 Outstanding!
  • September 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Italy

This little B&B is in the private apartment of a very kind Chinese couple. The rooms are large and clean. There are no private bathrooms, but the bathrooms provided are very clean. I was shocked to find such a nice place for such a small price. The inn is located not far from the train station in what seems to be Rome's China Town. There is a metro stop, and a bus and trolley stop just one block away. If you are on a tight budget, I can't think of a better place for the price.

9.3 Wonderful!
  • July 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Germany

The family was quiet nice and we are very welcome. The breakfast was better than I ecepted from all I heard before from italian breakfast but only sweet. Every morning your getting homemade cappucino or coffee. The BB was near the terminal station and you only have a short walk to the underground. It seems to be the "china town" of rome. In the end I can say that for the Price/quality relationship I would take it again when I go to rome for a short trip.

8.8 Excellent
  • May 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • France

Location très agréable et très propre. Proche de la gare et d'une station de métro, la résidence est située au fond d'une petite cour intérieure, on n'entend pas le bruit de la rue. Le petit déjeuner est tout à fait suffisant si on aime ce qui est proposé. Les hôtes sont accueillants et discrets, dommage qu'on ne puisse pas communiquer avec eux autrement qu'en italien. Leur fils nous a aidé, il parle anglais. Nous y reviendrons sans hésitation.

9.3 Wonderful!
  • April 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • United Kingdom

The landlady even made us a small dinner when we arrived late on our check-in day!! This is a small B&B which is well located near a central metro station and they made us feel very welcome.

8.6 Excellent
  • April 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Spain

La habitacion era espaciosa y al volver por las noches estaba limpia y con la cama hecha. Los propieterios son amables y muy serviciales, sobretodo Lucio, que nos aconsejo bien en un par de ocasiones. El balance general de la estancia es positivo, lo unico que nos sorprendio un poco es que el propieterio y su familia vivian en el piso tambien.

9.3 Wonderful!
  • April 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • United Kingdom

Unfortunately I wasn't able to learn any Italian before my trip, so communication was a bit difficult with staff, but with a little improvisation I was able to get around that. Fortunately for me, the owner's son spoke some English and my girlfriend speaks Italian. The Prince Inn is owned by a friendly and welcoming couple. Their son didn't seem to live on the premises but was present every day and was very helpful. The Prince Inn is very clean and good value for money. It's definitely for low budget travellers who want more privacy than your usual hostel can offer. The breakfast was basic but plentiful, and was a good way to start the day. The kitchen area is very small however, so it's best to avoid when the other guests are in there. Fortunately there are only about 4 rooms though, so we didn't have any problems with waiting for the kitchen or bathroom. Having a computer with internet access in the bedroom was useful and was a nice touch. On one of the evenings we returned to find that the power went out in the whole building. I don't know if this is a common problem in that area or whether it was just a one-off. I think the power was out for a couple of hours, so we had to get by with my torch and the light from our mobile phones. Again, the staff were really helpful and brought through a candle for us. In the end, we were quite disappointed when the power came back on as it was nice to sit by candlelight. The immediate area isn't the most attractive part of Rome but it is only a 15 minute walk from Termini station and only a two minute walk from the nearest metro station. Overall, I would recommend the Prince Inn for anyone looking for double-bed private rooms at prices cheaper than a lot of the hostels we looked at. It's not the sort of place where you can hang out and socialise lots of other travellers, but it is somewhere clean, comfortable and cheap to sleep. After all, we went to Rome to see Rome.

9.8 Outstanding!
  • March 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Japan

People in this hotel are really kind and helpful.I want a little bit improvement for a breakfast.

3.9
  • October 2014
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Turkey

0.1
  • March 2014
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • France

4.8 Ordinary
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Italy

5.1 Ordinary
  • June 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with young children
  • France

6.0 Fair
  • March 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Italy

6.8 Fair
  • March 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Germany

6.6 Fair
  • February 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

8.8 Excellent
  • February 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Turkey

2.2
  • September 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Italy

8.7 Excellent
  • August 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • Czech Republic

2.2
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

7.9 Good
  • April 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Argentina

7.4 Good
  • March 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Thailand

6.6 Fair
  • January 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

5.0 Ordinary
  • January 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Spain

4.4 Ordinary
  • December 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

8.5 Excellent
  • September 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Russia

8.8 Excellent
  • August 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • Italy

9.8 Outstanding!
  • June 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Slovakia

5.7 Ordinary
  • June 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Italy

8.4 Very Good
  • May 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

6.3 Fair
  • April 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • Italy

8.1 Very Good
  • April 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Netherlands

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7.9 Good
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8.4 Very Good
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1.5
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1.4
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8.4 Very Good
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7.4 Good
  • May 2014
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0.2
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7.0 Good
  • April 2014
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0.9
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0.0
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0.0
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3.1
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9.3 Wonderful!
  • July 2012
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6.8 Fair
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4.9 Ordinary
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5.7 Ordinary
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5.6 Ordinary
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0.9
  • March 2011
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7.1 Good
  • February 2011
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3.6
  • March 2010
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7.9 Good
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7.4 Good
  • February 2010
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7.8 Good
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7.8 Good
  • May 2009
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8.1 Very Good
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5.0 Ordinary
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1.1
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9.7 Outstanding!
  • October 2013
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9.1 Wonderful!
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2.8
  • January 2011
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7.9 Good
  • March 2009
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5.6 Ordinary
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5.3 Ordinary
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8.2 Very Good
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1.7
  • July 2013
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7.1 Good
  • February 2011
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8.7 Excellent
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7.2 Good
  • June 2009
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Room Details

Book your pet-friendly accommodation at Prince Inn, offering 4 guest rooms with Egyptian cotton sheets. Corporate travelers visiting the Termini Central Station area will benefit from free wireless high-speed Internet access as well as desks.

A good night's sleep in supportive Select Comfort mattresses with down comforters will have visitors waking up refreshed and well-rested throughout their holiday or business trip. Shared bathrooms are outfitted with showers and hair dryers. Additional comforts include ceiling fans.

Irons/ironing boards can be provided on request.

Accommodation Services

  • Ironing facilities on request
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Desk
  • Fan
  • Wireless Internet access

How to reach Prince Inn

By car
Our B&B is easily reachable from any point of the Grande Raccordo Anulare, connected to all main highways; follow the indications to Roma centro and then to Termini station. Via Principe Eugenio is located between via Giolitti and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.


By train
Our B & B is located about 500 meters from Roma Termini railway station. Take the exit on the left and turn left onto via Giolitti and then right onto via Gioberti; after 150 meters turn left into via Principe Amedeo. Continue straight until you reach via Lamarmora. Turn left and you will reach Via Principe Eugenio.

By airplane
The Roma Fiumicino airport is connected to the city by highway or by a local train service, called Leonardo Express, leaving every 30 minutes for Termini station.
The Roma Ciampino airport is just a few bus stops from underground line A terminus Anagnina. The ride to Termini takes about 20 minutes.

By public transportation
From the Termini Station you can take the underground line A for 1 stop either bus No.105 or tram No.5 or No.14.

Our Bed and breakfast is also reachable from the station within a few minutes walk.

Distances from Prince Inn

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
Teatro Ambra Jovinelli - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
National Museum of Oriental Art - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
Historic Museum of the Liberation - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi
Santa Prassede - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi
Colle Oppio Park - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi
Baths of Trajan - 0.7 km / 0.5 mi
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi
Porta Maggiore - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi
Palace of the Holy Steps - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi
Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi
Santi Quattro Coronati - 0.9 km / 0.6 mi
Basilica di San Clemente - 0.9 km / 0.6 mi
Museo degli Strumenti Musicali - 0.9 km / 0.6 mi
The closest major airports to Prince Inn are:
Rome (CIA-Ciampino) - 12.7 km / 7.9 mi
Rome (FCO-Leonardo Da Vinci) - 23.8 km / 14.8 mi

The preferred airport for Prince Inn is Rome (FCO-Leonardo Da Vinci).

Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance.

Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.

Transportation services Prince Inn

  • Shuttle service from and/or to the railway station