A charming little budget accommodation on Via Principe Amadeo, the Hotel Maryelen prides itself on providing a warm and welcoming family environment with hotel services at B&B prices. Spread over five floors with a lift, this modest Rome city centre hotel has just fourteen rooms - three singles and eleven doubles or twins. Each room has a private bathroom so there are no shared facilities and each private bathroom is fitted with a shower, unlike many budget hotels in Rome. Rooms are tastefully decorated and secure and several have a private balcony overlooking the inner courtyard. The immediate surroundings include Termini Station, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, where many a bargain can be found in the daily market and nearby shops and restaurants. The student quarter of San Lorenzo is also to be found just on the other side of the train station, while a cluster of Irish bars are also located within easy walking distance. From Termini, guests can get a metro or a bus to just about anywhere in the city, as well as out to the coast, to either of the city airports and to the wine producing towns around Rome. The local area is also abundant with useful amenities such as a post office, 24 hour pharmacy, international supermarket, banks and a police station.
A pleasant and brightly lit accommodation, the Hotel Maryelen Rome is a value for money option in the budget category ideal for those visitors more interested in the city of Rome than a swimming pool or Pay TV. There are several internet cafes in the local area to compensate for the lack of internet connection within the property and with a fresh Italian breakfast every morning and friendly and informed advice on where to go and what to do, this cheap hotel in the heart of the city is a nice, cheap option just above the hostel category of accommodation.