The Radisson Blu offers a lot more than most Roman hotels in terms of amenities. Number one is the large outdoor pool -- pretty much unheard of in this city. It also boasts a small fitness center, a spa, and two decent dining options. But the tradeoff for these perks is that the hotel is located in the neighborhood around the Termini station -- an area filled with graffiti and run-down shops, known to be unsafe at times. Guests who want to brave the area can take advantage of the amenities, plus trendy rooms with an IKEA-esque feel, but it's far from most tourist sights, so families and couples might be better off looking elsewhere. For business travelers who don't plan on leaving the hotel, though, it could be a good choice, since there's a lot of meeting space and a theater, on top of the restaurants and pool.