How many places in Rome, adjacent to Termini station, have a 40 metre terrace where you can relax, sunbathe or read a book and, why not, smoke a cigarette in peace? Termini Terrace offers all guests the possibility to enjoy its terrace ovelooking Rome.
Our terrace is equipped with couches, armchairs and tables. It is open in every season, from the afternoon until late in the evening and it's the ideal place to relax after a day of work or excursions in the city.
When cold winter mornings give way to pleasant spring temperatures, breakfast here on our terrace becomes an extremely relaxing moment. You can savour fragrant cornetti, juicy fresh fruit salads, fresh Sorrento orange juice, pastries straight from the oven, all of which while being immersed in the splendid atmosphere of our terrace, where flowers and the tepid morning sun will help you kick off your day with a splendid and essential moment.
At sunset or underneath the stars' embrace and a romantic moon, the terrace can turn into an intimate and cosy spot to sip an aperitif in company.
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Breakfast was great. The TV had Netflix which was nice after a long day exploring Rome. Mario was amazing and very helpful. The location was perfect for us as well.
Breakfast was super, good coffee, croissants, juices, toast with ham, chees, jam or nutella. You are also able to use the fridge, it is a really convivient solution. You can have a light dinner on the amazing terrace
Very friendly, accommodating staff. Quiet. Terrace was a nice bonus. Very clean & centrally located (for our needs). Highly recommend.
There was nothing to not like, this place was absolutely perfect , great restaurants in the street,train station and bus stop just around the corner and Mario was very welcoming, he has done a great job of renovating his apartment it is clean comfortable and has a lovely terrace to go and sit after a long day, Mario has gone to a lot of trouble to make sure you’re stay is pleasant he has even gone to the trouble of doing a suggested itinerary of 2/4or 7days to see the best of Rome, much better than any hotel I have ever stayed in , if I could I’d give 12 out of 10 Cheers Mario and thank you