We stayed for 4 nights at the end of September. The hotel is in a good location not far from the Vatican. The bar/breakfast room is openair on the top floor of the hotel with incredible views. The barman Willy is a gem. He provided us with hot snacks with our drinks which were reasonably priced.
Overall our stay was enjoyable the only downside was the traffic noise which sometimes went on late into the evening. The breakfast was very good with a great choice. Lift and air con available. Bathroom large and stylish but a little impractical.
Considering the price of the hotel, the location of the hotel is ideal. The room was sufficient for a three night stay(although no longer than that) and the bathroom was adequate enough. The are a few downsides to staying in this hotel, namely; the poor wifi service and uncomfortable beds. Overall I'd recommend this hotel to students who aren't too fused about cleanliness and who wouldn't spend much time in the hotel, but anyone looking for a more relaxed stay in a hotel then maybe look elsewhere.
This hotel is a little out of the way, but worth it. It has a peaceful spa-like quality. Great staff, although breakfast staff is a bit rude. They argued with each other both mornings we were there. Otherwise, a wonderful hotel.
Hotel was spotlessly clean. Room comfortable , shower was good with plenty of hot water. Towels were changed on second day. No courtesy tray in room but drinks machine available in tv room. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Very nice little hotel located 5 minutes walk from the Vatican and 1 minute from St Peter's Square. Whilst the hotel is a little out of the main centre, it's an easy walk over the bridge to the other big Rome attractions. The staff were very helpful and very friendly and actually took us up to our room to explain how everything works etc. Water was supplied every day in the room fridge as well as tea, coffee & breakfast cakes. Our room was quite small but was fine for us. Very impressed and woukd certainly recommend / stay there again in future.
Traveller from Sunderland
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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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