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Starhotels Metropole - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£90
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Starhotels Metropole

Via Principe Amedeo 3, Rome - Map
 
 
Very nice hotel. Comparable to a Mariott in the US. Only complaint was the wifi really is as as bad as everyone says it is. Breakfast was always nice and well managed. Rooms are spacious compared to typical european hotel rooms. The family rooms are two full sized rooms that are adjoining.
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Venetia Palace Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£77
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Venetia Palace Hotel

Via Marghera 47 A, Rome - Map
 
 
"Good central location"
The hotel is close to Termini station and very handy for restaurants and bars - some excellent. The hotel itself is good - rooms are quiet, clean and air conditioned with comfortable beds. Staff were helpful and friendly. The rooftop 'solarium' and jacuzzi were a real bonus. Breakfasts were buffet-style and, again, very good. A couple of minor niggles - the room had very little in the way of surfaces for suitcase unpacking or storage and the coffee at breakfast was not of a standard one has grown to expect in Italy. These comments aside, a lovely, well-located hotel that we are very happy to recommend.
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Aleph Hotel Rome - Rome Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
£109
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Aleph Hotel Rome

Via di San Basilio 15, Rome - Map
 
 
"Excellent location"
We stayed at Aleph for 10days in July 2015 and were very pleased with hospitality and service of this boutique hotel. Location of the hotel is excellent- close to Spanish steps, Borghese gardens and Trevi fountain with its great restaurants. Metro station is about 100m away. Rooms have lovely modern design ( we stayed at renovated suit with two balconies and hardwood floor) Breakfast buffet was small, but, surprisingly, we could find all we needed: selection of cold cuts, 2-3 sorts of cheese, variety of amazing pastry and fresh fruit. But the special word deserves the hotel staff – front desk staff speaks English quite well, attentive and made ever effort to accommodate our needs. Special thanks to Chiara and Francesca, the hotel manager. But I especially would like to acknowledge Svetlana whose restaurant service was the highlight of our stay and made the whole experience very positive. Highly recommend
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Des Epoques Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£62
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Des Epoques Hotel

Via Nomentana, 31-33, Rome - Map
 
 
"Awesome hotel"
the only Con: no parking, but that was spected because of the location. closest metro station 10 mins walk
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Hotel Europa - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hotel Europa

Via Varese 26, Rome - Map
 
 
"Good location on which to base your trip to Rome "
We had a triple room, which did make it a bit of a squeeze but we had three full sized beds which was good. The hotel is located about 4 blocks behind Termini Station. Don't be put off by the busy station, which like any major station does look a bit seedy, Via Vasese is a quiet street and it is easy to get the shuttle bus from the airport to to Termini and Hotel Europa is a short walk. The staff at Hotel Europa were friendly and helpful, the room and bathroom were nicely decorated and clean. When I asked questions (how does the safe work or is the air conditioning broken) they sent someone to sort it out immediately. We stayed bed and breakfast which is something I would recommend, plenty of fruit, cereals pastries, meats or cheeses - a real convenience to start your day sightseeing in Rome. Hotel Europa isn't The Waldorf, it doesn't pretend to be but it is a quality hotel and perfect for a short break in Rome. The Trevi Fountain was closed for refurbishment when we were there so i didn't throw my coins (and I wasn't going to throw the coins into the foot bath provided) therefore I may never return to Rome. However if I do visit Rome again I would have no hesitation in booking Hotel Europa.
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The La Griffe Classic Rome - Hotel Europa is a great starting location whether you want to visit Rome's ancient historical …More
Champagne Palace Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£41
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Champagne Palace Hotel

Via Principe Amedeo 82, Rome - Map
 
 
"City centre"
The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Breakfast was ok although maybe more of a selection on cereals would be nice. Rooms were ok and fairly clean. One day no fresh towels were delivered or bed made, however this was due to a huge group departing. Staff did apologise once they realised at 4pm. There is a wonderful fountain at the bottom of the road which is beautiful to sit at all times of the day. The restaurant across the road is really reasonable price and super friendly. Perfect city break.
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Hotel Villa Torlonia - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hotel Villa Torlonia

Via Bartolomeo Eustachio 7/A, Rome - Map
 
 
Eurostars International Palace - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£70
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Eurostars International Palace

Via Nazionale 46, Rome - Map
 
 
"Close to main attractions."
This hotel is all about location. I would recommend this hotel for people that are commuting into Termini from the Airport. From there it is just a short walk to the hotel. The streets are somewhat confusing for a first time traveller to Rome and it can be quite intimidating. It's a hectic place. I would recommend walking out to the big statue by the buses from the exit nearest Chao restaurant in termini. Once there turn left with your back facing the statue to the street walking straight to the the green Farmacia sign roughly 6 blocks north. Turn right at the street, you will hit Via Nationale and the hotel in 10 mins. Other locations are 15-20 mins away. Pantheon, Spanish Steps, and Trevi Fountain.
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Abitart Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£59
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Abitart Hotel

Via Matteucci Pellegrino 10/20, Rome - Map
 
 
The hotel is located near a subway station that is only 2 stations away from all the major city sites. There is a restaurant on site and the staff are friendly. There is no pool or hot tub. There are no irons in the room to straighten your clothes. Otherwise, its a clean room and nice atmosphere.
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A modern hotel, functional, contempory, refined and looked after in every detail. Of new construction it happily combines the …More
Kolbe Hotel Rome - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£84
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Kolbe Hotel Rome

Via di San Teodoro 48, Rome - Map
 
 
"Lovely Reprieve from the Hustle and Bustle of Rome"
initinially hard to find as we caught the metro from Temini and so a bit of a walk in the hot sun with our kids to get there. However, as soon as we entered the doors of the hotel we were met with a clean, cool, modern interior with great Roman costumes on display. The staff were very helpful and courteous. Our room was spacious, cool and overlooked the lovely garden. Breakfast was great. The hotel was so close to the Forum, Colesseum, Paletine Hill and also walking distance to Trevi Fountain and shopping streets. We ate down at the Tiber River as there was some sort of International Food Festival on so great vibe. Rome was hot and crowded so the Kolbe Hotel was a welcome little oasis. We felt very safe walking the streets around it and this was important to us as we had small children. Would love to stay here again!!
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