Acacia is a 3 bedroom guesthouse with communal kitchen, shared bathroom and free wifi (as well as computer) that's about 3 blocks south of Termini Station in the center of Rome. About two buildings down is the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and the Colosseum is about a 20 minute walk.
The apartment is very safe, on the 5th floor of a residential building, and has large rooms with big, tall windows. It's professionally cleaned and run under the management of The Beehive Hotel.
The rooms can be made up with a double bed for couples, or with 2 single beds. We also have a crib we can add free of charge.
It's a good combination of having a private, hotel-style room, but also having some other guests about to socialize with and having use of a kitchen to save money on meals. Since our hotel's reception is open all day, you also have someone to refer to for advice or help during your stay.
Please note that check-in takes place a 5 minute walk away at the reception of our hotel, The Beehive. Once you book we'll send you a confirmation letter with all the details.
Location is perfect!! Just a few mins distance to terminal. Easy to go anywhere. If u had be Rome b4, u will know this is the perfect location in Roma. And also the apartment were clean. Even though just have 1 share bath room. And Steven are so nice! I will be back roma again. And I sure I will stay in Steven apartment in the next.
Clean and comfortable... we chose this place because of its location near the Termini Station. As we expected from reading other reviews, the street below is a bit noisy, but if you close the shutters and are all tuckered out from walking all over Rome all day, you won't lose any sleep from it!
The access to the building and apartment felt very secure. We had no problems and enjoyed our stay!!
Smooth transaction. Clean place but very noisy street.
Yes, Rome is very loud and the rooms face the street where there is a tram. We'll be putting in double paned windows soon which should help, but it's also just a reality of the city. When it's not street noise it could very well be construction. As a warning to anyone coming to Rome - noise is hit and miss and you ought to be prepared for that!