2.0 on April 26, 2010
We stayed here for three days in April 2010. We reached the inn from the Termini Station in about 5 min. We were welcomed by a smiling receptionist who was glad to see us. She was aware that we had a reservation and had our room ready. We were taken aback to see that the room had some old furniture (not of antique value!) and the outlook was very modest. The private bath was along the corridor. The breakfast was at Bar Turrati at the adjoining street. This lacunae was more than compensated by the courtesy, friendliness and knowledge of the receptionist. She was intent on making our stay pleasant. She gave us instructions on how to see the historic sites in Rome and kept our spirits up with small talk.