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B&B Andy E Lu's staff speaks: Italian, Spanish, English
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Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Shuttle Service (surcharge), Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, Air Conditioning
Italian, Spanish, English
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Please inform B&B Andy E Lu of your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly using the contact details provided in your confirmation.
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-Location (easy walking from Roma termini) -Price -Clean -Daily house keeping
-Wifi only worked on one side of the room. -Very small bathroom -Bed was decently comfortable, but short.
The location, 10 mins walk from Termini. budget place to stay,clean rooms not decorated ones, hot and cold water, satellite tv.
Little difficult to spot one floor in a multistoreyed building, (with 3 other hotels) Wifi signal very weak in our room. Very small rooms, cramped for space. you wont find anyone in the reception apart from couple of hours in the morning (you need to call them for any information). breakfast not served in the hotel. manager not good in English.
Even though it's B&B, there is no breakfast included if you book throught booking.com (we were informed of that on the next morning) Staff doesnt speak English (they state that they do) Double room is very small - no space to open our luggages. A lot of surrounding noises (constructions, neighbours and etc.) Really hard to find since there are no signs saying Andy E Lu....
This hotel is located in a clean and quite new district close to Termini station, you can also use C. Pretorio station. The place is not far from center, however you can always use public transport. Thanks to closeness to Termini it's easy to get back here at any time time of day or night. The hotel is very quiet at night, be sure you will sleep well, because the windows are opening into the inner backyard. That's very important because Rome can be very noisy ;) the stuff is friendly. Rooms are clean, housekeeping is done everyday. There are plenty of restaurants around in the area, some food shops and a supermarket Conad (3 min walk)
They do not change towels everyday The safe did not work coz of the batteries low or whatever, anyway it was fine in the other rooms
Safe hotel in the city center (10 minutes to Termini and metro, 7 minutes to supermarket). I had a clean room with bathroom, which was cleaning every day. It is a really calm place. I recommend this place when sightseeing it's the most important thing for you and you are looking for comfortable, safety and clean place to sleep after all day in the city.
Staff aren't in this hostel all day, so after coming I didn't know what i have to do, but the man from the hotel on the third floor gave me keys to my room. I haven't got blanket or something like that in my room. I said that and staff gave me old blanket. But in the summer nights are warm so it wasn't a really big problem.
Location, cleanliness, very tidy and nicely decorated, feeling of an old building and an awesome old elevator,
We never approached any of the staff. Had to contact staff from another hotel upstairs in order to ask anything.
The neighbourhood was pleasant
Newly arriving guests buzzing the main door & banging on the "hotel" door - because there is NO permanent receptionist.
Nice staff, clean linen and towels.
Dirty bathroom with molds in the shower area.
Close to train station.
This is NOT a B&B. It said "meals not included" but we assumed that meant lunch and dinner due to the name. Barely a basic hotel room. No resemblance to a B&B AT ALL!. WiFi was erratic. Had to stand next to the office desk to avoid re-connecting every 3 minutes. Staff couldn't fix it. Same dirt and cigarette butts in the hallway for 3 days. Of the 5 places we stayed on this trip, all same price range and reviews, this ranks at the bottom.
Clean, good value for money, excellent location
Practically no wifi in the rooms
It's close to Termini.
I stayed at B&B Andy E Lu since 5 August till 19 August. When I arrived, the receptionist Andrea Perret asked me to pay in 2 attempts: 12 August for the first week and 19 August for the second week. I agreed. In the morning 7 August, while I was taking a shower, they stared to knock loudly at the door of my room. I replied that I couldn’t open, but they continued to knock. When I was able to open the door, I saw a woman who started to cry at me. My Italian is very poor, I couldn’t understand her and I was bewildered. I said that I couldn’t understand, then she cried that I simulated. I repeated that I couldn’t understand, then she said in English the word “money”, I did understand and I told her about the Andrea Perret’s words. She cried again that she is the hostess and not Andrea and that I must pay in this day. I was nervous and I couldn’t shut the door, this woman snatched out of my hands the key, shut the door and threatened me with the policy. I had all my papers printed from Booking in the room, I said that if I’m able to enter to my room, I would pay. She opened the door, I took my papers and my money, then she said that I must pay for first week this day and 12 August for the next week. This is my experience in Rome and I never before was in such situation, never saw such rudeness and insolence. It was disgusting! The name of this woman is Maria.
The staff were very friendly.
No tea/coffee making facilities.
Tiny washrooms. Room window opening in the center pit of other building where we could smell the garbage of other residents. A/c was a pathetic split system that could barely keep up with the normal heat of the day. The B&B is in an unmarked building which we actually passed by when initially trying to locate it.There are two other "hotels" in that building with a common concierge on another floor. The building is quite old. The"breakfast included" option was there but there was not breakfast to speak of what-so-ever. The check-in attendant who showed us to our room casually declared that they used to give a voucher of a croissant and a cup of coffee from a nearby bar. However, that was also unavailable at that time. I really can't find anything positive, except maybe the price and the relatively close location from the main train station (about 7 minutes walk).
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