This very modern and beautiful hotel was home for the two days we were in Rome. At night, you can get amazing gelato at the bar, and sit on top of the spacious roof seating on top of the building to watch the sunset.
The hotel was ok for just a base as we were out all day. The breakfast was awful. Cold coffee, cold "hot water" for tea. Not enough food put out for breakfast. One morning there had been a party of around 25 students arrived and when we arrived for breakfast there was almost nothing left to eat. No milk, no juice, no eggs, no croissants, no honey, no ham, no cheese. The young girl waitress was very ignorant and rude. Maybe she needs a training course on how to treat customers!!!
Didn't have much time or money for the trip. This hotel is like a western hotel, very nice, staff helpful and rate with full breakfast buffet included was a deal! Close to Vatican, you can see dome of St Peter's so close you feel like you could throw a rock at it. Staff was helpful with taxis when needed and free wifi in the room was great for keeping in touch with the states.
The hotel is clean an well kept. The best part is a full breakfast buffet (eggs, meats, cereals, pastries, coffees - no special orders but more than enough to start each day) and free wifi needs to be re-logged every 24 hours but still free.
Staff was very friendly and most spoke English - exchange fee is high at the desk so you may want to exchange money elsewhere.
Room was not large but fine and well kept - bathroom clean - shower, toilet, bidet & sink - no washcloths but plenty of towels.
Overall was a great place to stay and the full breakfast and walking round the corner to St. Peter's was the best.
We were 3 and they gave us 3 single beds! (nice surprise as we didn't seem to be able to choose) close to the station and buses and within reasonable walking distances to major Sites (Vatican). Would recommend!
Traveller from London
The hotel Delle Vittorie is ideally situated in the heart of Rome, in the exclusive Prati district , amidst late 19th …More
Had a 4 night stay here and was very pleased with the overall experience. The room was very large, so it felt comfortable to be in, and the views over the surrounding hills were lovely. The room had plenty of windows, and even a balcony to enjoy. The staff were very helpful throughout our stay.
The hotel is located in a residential area, which may not sound ideal, but it is an easy 15 minute walk to St Peters Square, and there is a train station within 5 minutes walk, which is also served by a number of bus routes that will take you into the city centre. The benefit of its location is that there are some excellent local places to eat nearby, which serve very good food without charging tourist prices.
The hotel is at the top of a hill, which certainly isn't an issue until you've had a long day walking around the city and then are faced with the final walk back to the hotel, but as taxis from the hotel to a central spot like The Pantheon aren't that expensive (around €13) its not an expensive treat.
This hotel is 3 blocks from the vatican, near a shopping district and within walking distance of all of the sights. The price was right but we were worried about the accommodations at the price. Well it turned out to be a good stay.
The rooms were clean and comfortable but the pillows were flat. It was a little noisy on the first floor with a bar across the street but not too bad.
The staff was courteous and informative. There is a bar if you ask them to open it on the evening and breakfast for sale in the mornings (I recommend walking about 2 blocks to one of several cafes by the Vatican for coffee and a croissant instead)
One lesson I am learning about over seas travel is to pack a portable iron.
Check out the rooftop in the evening for a nightcap or better yet, walk over to their other hotel Atlante Star hotel for their rooftop bar and a view of all of Rome. That view of Rome is amazing.
Over all, the stay was great and we will definately stay again.
The world's smallest country, Vatican City is dominated by St Peter's, Christendom's largest church. Michelangelo's humbling 'Pietà' and his Sistine Chapel ceiling frescos are among the world's greatest works of art. The Aurelio area is named after the ancient Via Aurelia, the main road that connected Rome with Spain, and is convenient for visiting the city's sights.
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