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Right next to the Termini station
The UNA Hotel is within walking distance of a few attractions and trattorias, and is just a block from Termini station, the main bus and train hub in Rome. This means lots of traffic, but a convenient location for those arriving to the city by train for a short visit.
This area is oftentimes not the "Rome" that people expect upon arriving, meaning it's not super picturesque -- roads here are paved rather than cobblestone. But it has slowly been improving over the last couple of decades, and is home to several centuries-old structures, such as the ruins of the Baths of Diocletian (ancient public baths dating back to 298 AD), the adjacent Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, and the Michelangelo-designed Santa Maria degli Angeli.
The 197-room Una Hotel is an upscale option near Termini station, a gritty area that's a bit far from popular tourist sights. The rooms are clean and modern, with wooden accents, white and beige decor, and flat-screen TVs. Large slate bathrooms are the highlight, and come with bidets and rainfall showerheads. There is an on-site restaurant and bar, but the hotel offers little else in the way of amenities for a hotel its size -- there is no fitness center and the free breakfast is average. For the price, it's possible to find comparable options in quainter, more central areas, such as the Hotel Trevi Collection.