Ratings based on 136 Verified Reviews

4.1 out of 5
88% of guests recommend
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
5 out of 5
by Katia

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 24-Jan-2017 on Hotels
5 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Clean and modern Hotel

Posted 07-Nov-2016 on Hotels
Balcony is huge. Room is very clean and modern. It is very close to train station
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 05-Oct-2016 on Hotels
4 out of 5
by Rachel from Naples, Italy

Posted 05-Jun-2016 on Hotels
My husband and I had a great weekend stay, the staff was friendly and accommodating. The room was lovely and comfortable, and the balcony was amazing! If you are visiting Rome to see the city center, the Colosseum, the Vatican, etc., the location is not ideal unless you plan on taking public transit. However, being in Trastevere, there are great restaurants, bars and whatnot. We would stay again!
4 out of 5
by Michel from Montreal

In the heart of roman life

Posted 24-May-2016 on Hotels
The hotel is pretty nice but about 30 minutes away (by foot) from the main roman sites. On the plus side, the areas around are inhabited by real romans (not tourists) and the restaurants are very good with reasonable prices.
4 out of 5
by Ho-joon

Clean room and nice kitchen hotel

Posted 05-Apr-2016 on Hotels
Kitchen was very nice and many kind of kitchenware were avaiable. Balcony was so big. Room was clean. Room cleaning was serviced every other day.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 27-Oct-2015
Nice hotel but very noisy on Friday and Sathurday evenings. Need a few touch ups to stay clean and up to date (in the shower and the bathtoom sink). Big room and huge terrasse.
5 out of 5
by Michael from Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Very modern accomodation.

Posted 19-Jul-2015 on Hotels
A very good location if one needs to catch the train to the airport in the morning. Also close to the tram that will take you into the heart of Rome.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller from London

Unwelcome, plonked in the middle of nowhere

Posted 08-Jun-2015
Pros: The room was clean, comfortable and modern.
Cons: It seems this hotel was more for locals, or Italians. The staff struggled to understand us, and we felt we were not welcome.
Location: The area was almost derelict, and so run down. We did not feel safe walking around at night. A short tram ride would get you into the city, though.
We just got back from two nights stay at this Hotel and were very disappointed. The hotel itself is in a very rural and frankly run down area away from the city, a tram or train is needed to get into the main touristy areas (which was fine) but it was up to us to find these modes of transport - the staff were not helpful at all as they spoke near to no English. They gave very vague answers to our simple questions. For example they didn't know where the local supermarket was (?!) and by chance we found one literally round the corner of the hotel while walking back one day. They said the tram stop was 'on the main road', pointing us in the wrong direction. The room itself was nice, clean and modern with a large balcony. There were odd consistencies with the room though, such as our plugs only fitting into certain sockets, meaning we had to charge our phones in the bathroom. Also soap was provided in the bathroom, but not the expected little bottles of shampoo and conditioner (which we assumed were a standard part of a hotel room) meaning we had to go out and buy our own, which was a waste only for two nights. No phone was present in the room, meaning we didn't have a number to call down to reception if needed (only an 'emergency' number was given). When I booked the room it said a 'continental breakfast' was included. On our first morning we were given the option of one croissant each, or a piece of fruit (literally an apple etc) a small glass of juice or a coffee.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Los Angeles, CA

Earplugs provided + bad customer service, caution!

Posted 20-May-2015
We spent 3 nights at this pseudo hotel in Rome and it was an unfortunate way to begin our honeymoon. For starters, the accommodations are in the same building as a gym, run by the same proprietor. They play obnoxiously loud music until 11pm without any consideration for their guests. During our stay there was a music festival very close to the hotel. The music went on until 3am for three nights straight and was blaring so loud we were unable to sleep through it or enjoy any peace and quiet in our room. When I spoke to the front desk staff about how unpleasant our stay had been, they made no efforts to compensate us in anyway for the significant inconvenience and accepted no responsibility for not informing us of the concert in advance so we could have gotten a different hotel. They even suggested that we should have called the police with a noise complaint. Seriously. I understand that they have a business to run but we were on a once in lifetime trip and they made no effort to make is special or even adequate. Very disappointing and many other good options for the price.