Via Marghera 8, Rome, Italy
Doubles from: $65 to $87
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
The Beehive Hotel is a sweet and tasty eco-friendly one-star, boasting a delightful, hidden in a garden near Termini Station.
The Beehive offers six private bedrooms and one eight-bed dorm. Bedrooms have funky floors, chunky wooden furniture and mosaic-tiled sinks (all rooms share bathrooms). All are equipped with a safe or locker, toiletries and free Wi-Fi. The hotel also offers four shared apartments in a nearby building.
There is a far-out hippie ethos at the Beehive Hotel. “Organic”—from the cleaning products to the tasty food served in the breakfast café—is a buzzword here, and eastern-inspired touches (striped rugs, candles, incense...) are mixed in. The white walls are decorated with the owner’s photographs, and the reception area often hosts art exhibitions.
Additionally, air conditioning is absent at the Beehive Hotel (on environmental grounds).There are no TVs either, but there is a great reading area with comfy settees and board games. The whimsical garden, with its grape vines and lemon trees, is another great place to unwind.
The Beehive Hotel also has a small café, which can cater to vegan and gluten-free requirements upon request—something not so easy to find in Rome. A lovely organic breakfast is also available here, for an additional charge.
Step out of the garden gate and you’ll see Termini Station. For connections to public transport, including airport connections, it’s just a two-minute walk.
» Samantha Collins, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Bathtubs Available
About the Beehive Hotel neighborhood
The largely residential area north of Stazione Centrale Termini is both convenient and affordable. Trains heading to Fumincino airport and across Italy depart from this massive station, the front of which is also a major bus and metro stop. Although not the most picturesque neighborhood in central Rome, lots of hotel competition can often mean good rates. The area is always crowded and sometimes a little seedy.