Good place to stay nice and clean. Redemption was helpful.
Spacious rooms and very clean. Great location next to train station
Close to lots of amenities, perfect for exploring all that Rome has to offer.
Location, stuff very helpful. Breakfast is good and the bar areis excellent.
Convenient location to the transportation, restaurants and tourist sites. The staff are wonderful and professional.
Good location, walking distance to many monuments and great reassurance, nice and helpful staff, good breakfast and view from the top roof restaurant where breakfast is served. However, If you’re looking for comfortable beds, the hotel’s low to average bed quality is disappointing:(
Could not fault the hotel in any way. The only negative is it is not in a great area and not very central. 20-30 mins walk away from anything you might want to see. It seems a bit strange to have such a nice smart hotel where it is. The stay was great though and would recommend it.
Roberto, the manager provided a wine tasting the night we stayed. He personally went around and talked with each guest asking if they were happy with their accommodations and telling this was a family property. A very good experience. There breakfast was one of the best we had during our 16 days ...
Very clean, easily accessible. Staff very friendly. Very near to station.
Esquilino is an historic neighbourhood known for its array of dining options and stunning cathedral. You might plan a visit to Colosseum while you're in town. Start by booking your hotel in Esquilino, and then enjoy the sights in the greater Rome area.
You’ll find several accommodation choices in this romantic neighbourhood, and you may want to consider one of these top places to stay:
Esquilino may not have the type of accommodation you're looking for, so consider staying in a nearby Rome neighbourhood instead. Guests like the San Lorenzo neighbourhood for its bars. This neighbourhood is home to 29 hotels and other accommodation options including these favourites:
Attractions like Colosseum, Teatro Ambra Jovinelli and Historic Museum of the Liberation highlight Rome's local culture. Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II and Porta Magica are some other places worth a visit when you're in the the neighbourhood.
San Lorenzo is a nearby neighbourhood, and you might consider a stop by Via Marsala while you're checking out Rome.
If you want to see more of the city, S Bibiana Station is the closest metro stop. Others nearby include Vittorio Emanuele Station and Manzoni Museo della Liberazione Station. If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at Rome Termini Station.
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