My best friend and I stayed here for 4 nights mid August. We are two females in our early 30s.
Our plane landed late, we checked in after midnight no problem. Thanks to the central location we were able to walk from where the coach dropped us off to the hotel in a few minutes. There were a couple of "working girls" at that time, on the road you walk down, but they didn't bother us and with it being a main road there were always cars about and at no point did we feel unsafe.
The hotel has a lovely classic vibe. We had a twin room which was a decent size, a large flat screen TV was on the wall opposite our beds & plenty of mirrors which us girls appreciate! Clean crisp linen & bright white towels greeted us every day. The bathroom had a bidet & complimentary toiletries were provided.
Breakfast is on the top floor in a large room with two sides being windows gives a beautiful panoramic view of Rome. Food consisted of various different fresh breads & jams, butter, honey, chocolate spread, variety of cereals & fresh pastries. There was a hot drinks & juice machine. I recommend the macchiato & my friend the grapefruit juice!
The two gentleman receptionists (they took it in turns) were really helpful. Wi-Fi is only available in reception, but there are two separate rooms with sofas so you can surf there. This is the first time I've stayed in a hotel which didn't have Wi-Fi in the rooms but in a way was a good thing as was forced to put online world on hold and soak in Rome :)
Our first trip to Rome, Italy and the staff were so patient with our questions. We asked for recommendations on transportation, things to see/do and restaurants and all met our expectations. Bathroom was a little bit small and I am petite. Breakfast was great with different varieties. Location close to the bus station that will take you to central Rome. Will definitely recommend this place.
Traveller from White Oak, Georgia
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WE HAVE BEEN TO ROME ABOUT 4 TIMES AND THIS HOTEL HAS CONTINUED TO IMPROVE. WE ENJOYED THE CITY TOUR ON THE HOP ON HOP OFF BUS. BAR ACROSS STREET FRIENDLY, GOOD FOOD AND PRICES. WENT TO AN OPERA AND WALKED AROUND ALL THE MEMORY STREETS AND PLACES. LOVE THE MIRANO GLASS AND MORE. A WONDERFUL CITY TO VISIT.
We had a great experience here. For the money we paid (less than $100 Canadian/night), it was an excellent stay. The room was spacious and clean, the breakfast was your typical European style - cold meats and pastries. It was a 15 minute walk from the train station - in a not nice neighbourhood but easy to find and only 5 minute walk to the nearest metro. Depending on how many people were up using the shower, the hot water could be a little finicky but once you got it, it was hot! The WI-FI was unreliable sometimes - had to leave phone and PlayBook in one spot to keep connection in our room but in the lobby was fine. The staff was friendly and all spoke English fairly well. The "double bed" again was 2 singles pushed together - not what we booked and the reason for the lower rating.
Traveller from Canada
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"Modern hotel and great location- breakfast poor "
The hotel was modern, clean and in a good location is about all the good things I can say about this hotel.
The staff here do not seem willing to help you and are not very approachable, the hotel room was very loud on a night from the adjacent tram and people on the street. Breakfast also was a let down and was very cheep product it's a shame to say that breakfast at the hotel was the worst meal we had in Rome.
Traveller from York
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Rome’s central train station, Termini is the entry point to the city from Fiumicino Airport, and is an impressive modern architectural sight. Between here and glamorous Via Veneto, there are several interesting places to visit. The Palazzo Barberini is a superb baroque palace, the Terme di Diocleziano was the city’s largest bath complex and the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione is remarkable for its Capuchin monks’ crypt.
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