Evening Star Termini is located in Rome, just a 10-minute walk from Termini Metro Station. This guest house offers classic rooms
Evening Star Termini is located in Rome, just a 10-minute walk from Termini Metro Station. This guest house offers classic rooms with free WiFi. The rooms are provided with air conditioning, a TV, and an en suite bathroom with shower. The Coliseum is a 20-minute walk from the Termini Evening Star. Via Nazionale shopping street is a 10-minute walk away.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 1 PM, Check-out Time is 11 PM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
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10 Jun 2018
When booking this 'hotel' me and my partner thought it was great that it is close to the Termini where our bus transfer pick up/drop off is.. Took us 30 minutes and having to ask two people where the hell this place is, to which we found by luck a tiny plaque on an unassuming sub-urban building.
When we checked in the gentleman showed us to our 'room'/shoe box and unlike the list of facilities and pictures, it's not as it seems. We had our own bathroom, that had mould growing around the cistern and around the shower tray. The light switch had a selector missing leaving exposed cables in the switch box.
Next to the bed was a power socket with the switch box missing leaving exposed power cables and a light socket had been previously damaged with a light fitting hanging out of the ceiling. Luckily for us we had a fan in the room providing us with some cool air comfort.
Comparing this to staying in some 1 and 2 star bunkhouses and terrible camping locations I've stayed at in the past, I would not suggest this to even someone who just needs to use it to get their head down for the night. Especially considering they attempted to charge us €240 for the pleasure!
21 Aug 2017
Ruined our trip to Rome
My partner and I booked to stay at the Belvedere termini, just over the road from the station through booking.com. When we arrived at the hotel we booked, we waited for 60 minutes buzzing and calling to no avail. Eventually an Indian looking man showed up, and took us about ten minutes away through streets that smelled of urine to a residential looking block.
This was most definitely not the place I had booked, and the payment had been taken upon making the reservation even though it clearly said on my reservation 'pay on arrival in the local currency'. To be frank, had they shown me this place and I had not paid id have walked straight back out.
There was a strong air freshener smell in the corridor outside our room, and once shown inside I was devastated. The walls looked graffitied and scuffed in places, there was a microwave balancing precariously on top of an unplugged fridge and barely enough room to swing a cat. The bathroom was covered in black mould and there was actually moss growing on the side of the toilet cistern. I could've cried, it was that bad.
Thankfully it is still quite close to termini station, and the main monuments are walking distance away but sadly the thought of returning to this dive at the end of the day extinguished all excitement and optimism I had for Rome.
I would strongly advise people to stay away from this hotel. I'm not bothered by budget or basic accommodation if I know what I'm getting, but when it comes as a surprise like this did it rather ruins your day.
09 Jun 2017
Don't do it
We arrived in at 11.00 pm and after searching streets for over an hour, we were hot, tired and hungry, we finally found a small plaque on a wall. Upon entering and travelling up a dodgy lift we were told we weren't staying here, he had a better place. We were concerned as it was late and the place smelt bad, we followed him for a 5 minute walk through streets full of homeless people and urine smells to another just as bad building to be shown a room I wouldn't make my dog sleep in. The place reeked and was dimly lit. My husband said we are not staying here, and we proceeded to leave, he said wait I can do better, so off we went again through the urine smelling building and streets to another "motel" which was no better, I asked him for my copy of passports back and told him we were not staying.
17 Apr 2017
Not as bad as people make it s....
Yes, if you're used to stopping at the Ritz, you would probably not enjoy your stay at Evening Star.
However it's not _that_ bad, our room was tidy, and clean (to a certain extent), initially the hotel is quite hard to find, it was not signposted at all!
There was no wifi or hairdryer (as advertised) but considering it is one of the cheapest hotels in Rome what do you really expect?
If anyone is looking for a cheap, no thrills, essentially just a bed for the night and a shower for the morning, I cannot fault this "hotel" at all.
30 May 2016
I truly believe this is a "nightmare in Rome".
What can I say about our tiny dirty room full of noise from the reception...although we had (unfortunately ) prepaid our 7_night stay we left at day 4.
Please please dont stay in this awful dirty stinky noisy bad-smelling hostel...