Great hotel very close to the metro with great links to all the sights in Rome you would want too see e.g. he coliseum, Vatican. Staff are very welcoming and friendly and helped us telling us where everything was an where was good to eat locally
We were very pleased with our stay here, while travelling on a budget. Receptionist gentleman was very helpful after a long flight coming into Rome at midnight. We were given useful information on places to visit, and convenient bus lines.
Best of all, the room was nice and spacious, clean and so comfortable! Plus a breakfast buffet each morning.
Traveller from Australia
The modern and stylish Lloyd Hotel is located in the heart of the Rome , at a stone's throw away from the historic Piazza …More
The staff were very helpful and friendly they gave out maps of the city, metro and directions. They also assisted in printing out boarding pass for flight and booked transportation to the airport. The breakfast buffet had ample choices, cheese, meat, eggs, cereals, breads, juice, coffee, yogurt, fruit so it was very filling and worked for the whole family. I took a cab from the train station that was 5euro, you can take the metro there but it is at least a 10 walk to the hotel wouldn't want to pull my luggage that far. My room did not have good internet which seems to be a problem in Italy (I had the same problem in Florence). Wifi works great in the lobby and common areas but once you close your room door it is spotty. There was a large grocery store two blocks away restaurants were located by the metro entrance which is a bit of a walk so I would eat closer to the central city before going back to hotel.
Make sure you realize there is a 6euro per person, per night city tax and extra person policy of 30 euro per night. So your room goes up by 48euro per night for three people!
I reallly enjoyed my time here. Rooms were very spacious and had a balcony. The washroom was the biggest I have ever stayed in with super hot water! The staff was okay but it depends on who you got. The lady was very unhelpful, couldn't even bother to google something for me but the men were okay. Seconds away from bus stops and minutes away from their metro stop with a 24 hr grocery store nearby. Overall, Id definitely come back here and recommend it to my friends and family. Breakfast buffet was good as well.
The staff was very pleasant and friendly. Good breakfast included.
Our room had some electrical issues, so they switched us after the first night, and were very apologetic.
Not close to main tourist sights, but we were there for business, so it was fine. Check on bus lines.
As the other reviews have emphasized, this hotel is not in the touristy center of Rome, but a little more towards the residential areas outside the City's inner loop. Far from being a liability, I think that's one of this hotel's strengths from the perspective of an international traveler. We bought the one week transit pass which gives you unlimited transit access and saved a ton on taxis. There is an express bus which is close to the hotel which will take you downtown, but it's slow. The Metro is much faster, but a bit more of a hike (though you get to see and visit all the little shops and restaurants on the way). Being outside of the city center, you can find much more reasonable prices for food at the nearby restaurants. Several of the nearby sit down places were excellent, with fresh high quality handmade pastas. Plenty of Gellato nearby, And there's a particular pizza by the pound shop near the metro station where a couple can eat a decent meal for about $8 total if you're feeling tapped out. The hotel was in good condition and the rooms were comfortable. We were there in June, when it gets quite warm in Rome and I think the A/Cs in the room could use a little maintenance. Breakfast was good. The property is very charming, and has a great rooftop balcony to sit and socialize in the cool summer evening. I probably slept better here then I would have in the noisy downtown area, and it was cheaper. Would definitely stay here again.
The hotel is about 5 minutes walk from S.agnese/annibaliano (metro line B), in a nice, quite area. The rooms were clean and comfortable and made for a good base whilst we stayed in Rome. We visited the roof bar one evening, this was a nice place to chill out after a busy day of sightseeing. The staff at the front desk were very nice, helpful and made some great recommendations.
Set in northern Rome near a bend in the Tiber River, Parioli-Normentano is one of Rome's wealthier neighborhoods. The National Gallery of Modern Art is located here, along with two large parks, Villa Borghese and Villa Ada. The neighborhood also has a zoo, Bioparco, which has more than 1,000 animals.
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