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Room was nice and clean. Metro station was near the hotel and across the street there was a good and cheap pizza place honestly the best we found in Rome Breakfast was simple and same every day: a chocolate croissant and coffee however, it was ok since it was just Metro station was near the hotel and across the street there was a good and cheap pizza place honestly the best we found in Rome Breakfast was simple and same every day: a chocolate croissant and coffee however, it was ok since it was just complimentary!
The only thing was the front desk girl during the day. She was polite but seemed to have little knowledge about many things about the city! Hotel was in a very quite and residential neighbourhood so other than her, you had no other person to ask. So make sure you don't get to this place expecting the hotel staff to guide you in the city. The stay was great. We moved here for the last night in Rome from another hotel m away that sucked. For less the price, this place was absolutely better.
The room was bid and spacious, there was internet in the common area and although the staff said that there would be no internet in the room, the signal reached the room no prob. Pro: Just right beside rome termini station. Very convenient for people who needs to take early train. Metro is very near and lots of restaurants around. Host are kind and the place is clean. Con: the place is difficult to find. Just follow the google map and you see a green door with a small label 'coconut hostel' beside.
The lift to the hostel was really old school The lift to the hostel was really old school and honestly i was really scare to take the lift. The hot water heater really took so long to warm almost when i am almost done with shower and the water flow is so small. It is reallllly not safe for a girl to walk alone at night. I met some really scary guy hanging around along my way back. Do bring cash for the payment! If you need only a place to sleep at night and on budget, this is a good choice. The roof top bar is awesome. A bottle of wine costs only 7 euro.
The room was perfect, the hotel on the outside seemed a bit old but the rooms were absolutely perfect. Open, spacious, and well lit. It's obviously not a 5 star hotel but its one of the better 4 star hotels I have stayed in. To put it simply if you are ever looking for a place and are stuck on whether to stay here or not, stay here.
The hotel room is great. The hotel The hotel itself is old. The age of the hotel is visible via the elevators. It's also not a huge hotel. Those are the only 2 reasons I can see why it's not a 5 star hotel. My only minor issue was that we asked for a double bed and got was obviously 2 twin beds squeezed together. They put enough bedding on to where it wasn't uncomfortable but the dip in the middle of the bed was obvious. Another thing to note was that there isn't much in terms of shopping near the hotel. There are souvenir shops but no big named brand stores.
One great thing though, the vatican is about a minute walk away from the hotel. A nice shopping area and also Trastevere district is probably a minute walk away. If I was looking for a hotel in Rome, especially if I wanted to be near the vatican, I would choose this hotel. We stayed for six days in a junior suite, booked independently.
The hotel staff were friendly, helpful and efficient throughout, always going the extra mile. The room was very large for Rome , well equipped and comfortable, with a king size bed, big marble shower and separate bath with two additional shower heads. Breakfast good, typical Italian but with a few nods Best Rome hotel I have stayed in. Donna Camilla Savelli is the best place we stayed in Rome, this was our 4th visit.
Great location, beautiful rooms and the best breakfast we ever had, served in a tranquille elegant formal garden. Wonderful view from the roof terrace over Rome! However, some of the rooms are facing towards the street and the windows have no seals at all allowing in all db of the traffi However, some of the rooms are facing towards the street and the windows have no seals at all allowing in all db of the traffic noise. We pointed this out to the staff and they really went out of their way to help us. They offered us to change rooms but the problem remained in another form -air condition outlets on the roof.
We realized the hotel was almost fully booked and no chance for a room towards the garden and bought earplugs to use in the night and this worked just fine. To make the best even better it would take a little effort from the hotel management to adress the problem and put proper seals in the window, that would not only save on the electricity bills for air-con and heating but benefit the guests as well. Very modern and was exceptionally clean. Lovely room but a little smaller than what we are used to staying in. Higher end bathroom amenities with large soft towels.
Good water pressure. Breakfast was excellent and was good value at 7.
Lots of choices and was tasty. This hotel is my first choice when visiting Rome. Hotel is right across the stree Hotel is right across the street from Termini station. You can get anywhere in Rome in minutes by metro, cab or walking. We loved the Monti Palace. We felt it was great value for the money, and it had all the style and convenience of a modern hotel. Wifi, AC, mini-fridge, tea kettle, coffee service, free breakfast, and was walking distance to the Termini Rome rail station, and the Colosseum among other things. It is in the heart of Rome.
We'd stay there again! I was very impressed with the amazing hospitality of Fabrizio I am sorry if I got your name wrong, he is the front desk staff who checked us in on the 2nd of April , and the room quality of Gioberti Art hotel! I am really delighted by his service. I was looking forward to my return stay on 9th April but I accidentally overlooked and booked Gioberti Hotel instead. I was anxious at first when Elisa told me I did not have a booking for the 9th, she wanted to help me transfer but unfortunately they were fully booked.
Thankfully, our room at Gioberti Hotel did not disappoint.
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A welcome message was flashed on the TV, very thoughtful. I thought we have to pay for bottled mineral water and only found out from its parent Gioberti Hotel that it is complimentary. Perhaps it would be thoughtful to inform guests that bottled water is complimentary. If Gioberti Art bedroom is as modern as Hotel Gioberti, it would be a match made in heaven. I highly recommend this hotel to my family and friends. Gioberti is my first choice. I hope they upgrade me for my loyalty. Stayed 1 night before an early morning flight from Rome Fiumicino airport but wish we could have stayed longer.
So much better than most Rome hotels we've stayed in, at least in our price range. This place is a great find with good restaurants within walking distance. Hotel looked really great and was really nice in overall. Spa was like heaven on earth after long walks in the city and the staff there made it even better! The man at the reception and the bartender were the most professional people there and they genuinely wanted us to feel comfortable.
Rooms were kept clean and the air conditioning was amazing the room was approxim A clear minus was the breakfast. It was really poor for a five star hotel and the staff in the restaurant usually smiled at you when speaking but when facing other direction you could see and feel how they really thought about serving you. There was no bar at all, only bottles on a window shelf and the bar table was the same table where you took your breakfast from. One minus is that when we were eating dinner in restaurant they started to put on breakfast tableware and toaster and other equipment for breakfast even when there were people still dining.
The bartender at the roof was really nice and made his utmost best to serve the customer and to make them feel comfortable. Minus there was also the lack of bar table. The table there looked temporary and the bottles were just around one wooden chopping board on the table.
One thing left me wondering was how in the reception there worked nice and polite lady but she didn't know English that well. She couldn't understand what means "scale" or what "weight" or "luggage" means, but luckily the male receptionist and we got the weight of our luggage measured for flight. The food was good and the stay was pleasant, but still it didn't convince me to choose this hotel next time I'll visit Rome. The hotel is only a 3 minute walk to Roma Termini train station therefore it makes it so much more convenient to travel to anywhere in Italy by train and hop in and out of the airport train.
There are many shops, restaurants, and the main attractions in Rome are walkable from mins. The hotel itself is a bit outdated in terms of furnishings, bathroom was from the The hotel itself is a bit outdated in terms of furnishings, bathroom was from the 80s, but otherwise clean. The rate is a bit expensive but the convenient location made it worth it to stay in this hotel. We stayed at Terrace Pantheon Relais for 3 night for our honeymoon and it was truly amazing!!! Our first night in Rome we stayed in NH hotel and it was much much worse, so we were really glad that we could relocate here, where everything was just perfect.
Moreover, we received a bottle o And as for the location it couldn't be more central, so if you still hesitate where to stay in Rome, wait no more and book this amazing hidden gem! Excellent stay - it was our anniversary and we were delighted to receive an upgrade to a suite and a complimentary bottle of wine to celebrate. There was a good breakfast, 5 star service from staff throughout the hotel by the pool, at breakfast etc.
The concierges were very helpful in recommending and booking restaurants for us in Rome and also proved very helpful when we left a bag in a taxi one evening - they tracked it down for us and when we returned that evening it was waiting in our room for us no charge for whatever it may have cost the taxi to return it to the hotel either. Excellent hotel that I would be happy to return to on our next visit to Rome. If you want to reward yourself, or a loved one, this is the ultimate place to stay. Remember this is a Palace in its own right -so expect wow factor from its rooms, steps, artwork, and over all history.
If you want to be central to ALL the touristy things to do in Rome then this is a wonderful choice to stay at. We walked to all our touristy locations! Most wher Most where 5 to 10 mins walk. The furthest where the Vatican and Coloseum which where 25 min walks.
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Walk out the front door and its quite a big door! The fun starts immediately. Instantly you are caught up in the buzz and excitement that is via Del Corso. Night lights, shopping, music, food, and taxis - all at your doorstep. Yet behind the big closed door, peace and quiet afforded good nights sleep. Greta and Ricardo speak English well, and provide great service, advice, and help. We even got a chance to speak to Princess Maria Pia, who also was friendly at welcoming. Thanks to all for a great stay.
Just returned from our 4 night stay. It was one of the best places i have ever stayed at. Location is amazing, walking distance to all that Rome has to offer. Free parking which helped us as we had a car. Great breakfast with plenty of fresh and yummy options. The room was so big and specious, set out in traditional Italian style and super clean.
But the best thing abo But the best thing about this place was the friendly and helpful service and staff. We absolutely loved our stay and could not recommend it enough. Got to Agoda through TripAdvisor. Seemed like an unusual name but was rated really well so we gave it a shot. Down a rather unlikely alley but nice front entrance. They sit you down in a small office to check in and bring you a glass of proseco. Lots of interesting and quirky art.
We had a standard premium room which was nice albeit rather small. Fabulous looking Fabulous looking shower. Terrific roof deck. Wouldn't hesitate to return. Just wouldn't drink in the bar. No one in dining room on a Thur. The real differences of this hotel is the staff, Christine at the front desk was incredible in how she accommodated eve The real differences of this hotel is the staff, Christine at the front desk was incredible in how she accommodated every need with a smile.
Rooms were fairly spacious for Rome. Hotel is on a quiet street in a central location to all the sites. Staff was helpful. Breakfast was fresh and delicious. If you're looking for a luxurious experience in Rome, Hotel Splendide Royal is the place to go. On our second night at the hotel, they provided essential oils and bath salts complimentary for guests who've enjoyed 'a long day at the Eternal City'. It's also a 5 minute walk to the beautiful Villa Bourghese.
When we told taxi drivers to go to 'Via di Porta Pin The breakfast was a tad lackluster though. Nothing exciting. We had to pay when we requested for fried eggs, for example. They only had scrambled eggs. But overall, it's a beautiful and luxuriously decorated hotel. Beautiful hotel on the street with the poshest hotels in the city. The area around the bar is stunning! Probably one of the best properties in Rome. Large rooms with equally large washrooms. Our room had a balcony as well. Reception staff is curt, concierge team is very sweet not amazing w Reception staff is curt, concierge team is very sweet not amazing with their suggestions , restaurant staff is helpful and so is the bell desk.
Certain parts of the hotel certainly need upgradation and modernisation. Such as the TVs not like we are watching much while travelling , the corridor to the rooms and some other smaller and insignificant things. I guess for this reason the Westing Excelsior is cheaper than some other 5 stars in the city. Overall it was completely worth it, had a great stay and totally glad I picked it. Highly recommended and will stay again. The room was dated, the bathroom was really dark and small, and we needed to flush the toilet several times for the toilet paper to go in. It was supposed to be double bed but it It was supposed to be double bed but it really were two single beds put together.
And they charged more than other stars hotels that were far more new and tidy! The staffs were nice and attentive, though. So it was really a shame when the staffs are doing their best under a hotel that has lost its prime time. Hotel is stunning in a fantastic location. We booked as it was one of the only places in Rome with an outdoor pool, so happy we did! The only downside was the noise until 1am due to an event in the pool area, the staff were very accommodating to try and rectify the issue but it was an issue non the less.
Should there have been no events on we would not have been abl Should there have been no events on we would not have been able to find fault. Our first time in Rome, the nice staffs made it like home. We were upgraded to a room with a long balcony towards the street, you know, it is Rome, I never expect you could have a room with such layout and new design, what's more, you could see the Piazza Venezia directly just right there! So nice!
After the 1st day, I started to realize how wonderful the hotel's locat After the 1st day, I started to realize how wonderful the hotel's location is! And I have to mention, the hotel's staffs and service are rally excellent, the second night during our stay, there were some construction ongoing in the lobby, the following day when we got back to our room, surprisingly we received a warm gift, nice fruits, a bottle of Italian sparkling wine and a hand-written letter from the hotel manager apologizing for the noise by the construction! It is really considerate :- Corso gave us a really wonderful start for our Italy trip, I will definitely recommend this hotel to everyone and come back again!
Not too far out of the Town, can be walked 20 mins through the park to the Piazza. Relaxing facilities, nice pool, great Spa foc. Clean rooms with good TV options. Easy to criticise but I would book again in a heart beat. Staff are polite and helpful. I didn't eat in the restaurant but for no reasons other than wanting to go out to eat. If you're looking for a Hot If you're looking for a Hotel without the frills in the thick of it, I recommend the Albergo Del Senata in the Pantheon square. We were in Rome as tourists. The hotel was closed to a number of tourist attractions.
It was also only a walking distance to the Metro station. They offered a nice BBQ dinner at the roof top restaurant in the summer. The food was nice and the cool breeze in the summer night was a great after a hot summer day of walking. The only issue that I had found during my stay The only issue that I had found during my stay was the wifi where I had rather weak signal in my room. Luckily, I carried my own wifi router connected to the LAN that solved the problem.
I would highly recommend this cosy and beautiful place in the very heart of Rome! High speed service, friendly, cheerful and helpful staff. Definitely my hotel for next Roman holiday. We had a phenomenal stay at the Hotel. Friendly and attentive personnel, Nice and clean rooms! Great breakfast. It's recommended. We will stay there again when visiting Rome next time.
Feels like a 5 star hotel. Keep up your high standard Grand Hotel Ritz! What makes a good hotel a great hotel is the staff at the Bernini. We stayed for 3 nights to celebrate our anniversary and had a lovely room with a balcony. Nothing was too much trouble and all staff were attentive The concierge helped us map out our days and they got it right every time The location is excellent If you visit Rome then stay here Everyone smiles Nothing was too much trouble and all staff were attentive The concierge helped us map out our days and they got it right every time The location is excellent If you visit Rome then stay here Everyone smiles and it's obviously a very well run hotel We enjoyed our stay and will certainly return.
We were not far from the Trevi fountain and situated well forbid most areas which were readily accessible by taxi! Would definite Would definitely recommend this for a weekend city break. There is a bad smell at the property and the bed was terrible and the facilities of the room was very poor. I took my elderly mother to Rome from 11th to 15 th December. The location of this hotel is second to none. The Pantheon is steps away and other major sites such as Trevi Fountain although currently being renovated , Spanish Steps, Piazza Venezia and the Colesseum where short strolls away.
The lobby of The lobby of the hotel is elegant and certainly feels 5 star. We had a lovely room overlooking the small Piazza Minerve to the front of the hotel. Yes some nights I heard revellers walking by but for me it added to the Roman Holiday!! We had breakfast twice up on the rooftop. The first morning was a beautiful clear sunny day and we were mesmerised at the view across Rome. You could see the Vatican, Piazza Venezia, Pantheon and so many amazing church spires. It was a privilege but one you pay for dearly.
Breakfast was extremely expensive but I guess it is no ordinary view. Our room was large and pretty with high ceilings and a lovely bathroom. Staff were lovely especially the staff at the rooftop restaurant. All in all a magnificent stay. Staffs are super helpful, attentive and friendly. Beautifully decorated rooms and public space. Feel like home away from home.
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Breakfast and inroom minibar are complimentary and always be refilled. Everything is detail oriented. Will definitely come back for our next trip to Rome. The only negative thing is the space for the bedroom is a little too small given a prope The only negative thing is the space for the bedroom is a little too small given a propersized bathroom and Balcony.
More space could have been allocated to the bedroom than the bathroom and balcony. The property is being refurbed and it needs it!
Bedrooms v tired. Not the most glamorous location but fairly central and good for the train to the airport. We booked the Deluxe Double with 4 poster bed based on the promotion photo. After checking in we we very dissapointed to receive a room that looked nothing like the picture and was smaller. We enquired with the checkin counter and the receptionist was rude and told us all other rooms are full and too bad. We felt that we were down graded due to over booking and were no We felt that we were down graded due to over booking and were not told the truth.
The hotel itself is in a nice location but rooms had minimal amenities and the shower did not work properly. This hotel is not 5 star as stated and would struggle to obtain 4 star at best. Great service and clean , comfortable , I love to stay at Sofitel in Rome also the best location Very pleasant but I would pay more attention to selection of food at breakfast.
Too much pork and my group of 13 staying there don't eat it. Rome is lovely. It has plenty of good restaurants, historical sites and of course, a lot of cathedrals and churches that revives your sense of spirituality. You can do this city in one day. Be aware of the people in Vatican. Just ignore them if they said your ticket does not include St. Peter Basilica. Will surely return to this beautiful city and will stay much longer next time!
A nice city with a lot of historical remaining, arts, architect to discover. Shopping is also great. Roma just a city with long history, old city with limited development caused can not higher than Vatican tower. A city with parking problem so you will easily see how people spend 1 hour just looking for parking space.
Ancient city with plenty of place of interest to visit. We loved Rome, just wish we had longer to explore, We did everything we wanted to but it was a bit of a rush. The shops are fantastic as a women they had everything at reasonable prices. There is so much to see and do.
Have a look at Lonley Planet, as I can't list them all. We will be back and staying at the same hotel. Wonderful city full of culture and unbelievable history. A bit expensive. The sights are out of this world. A juxtaposition of dramatic historical architecture and manic modern European city, Rome is full on.
Crammed with tourists mingling with elegant Roman residents easy to tell apart as the Romans were usually slender, poised and elegantly dressed whereas the tourists were usually fat and spoke with American accents the defining feature once away from the architecture was the traffic.
Despite appearing to be 'out of control manic' the Italians are remarkable drivers, without exception using a sliding scale of vulnerability where pedestrians are accorded absolute priority, followed by two wheeled vehicles and then four wheeled vehicles according to size. Drivers would frequently not just pull slightly over to allow a traffic splitting scooter to slip through, but even reverse or move forward to make a gap big enough. The only caveat to keeping one's sanity was that as a rider of a scooter, you had to be fast, aiming for and negotiating traffic snarl-ups with confidence.
If you didn't, a horde of scooter-borne locals would thrash past on either side, looking for the front of the queue to get away from the lights first.
If you've been a dispatch rider, you'll love it, if not you'll be overwhelmed, but fear not, the Italians will take care of even the most inept as long as you remember not to swerve about as you go in case an overtaking bike clips you from behind. This is my third stay in Rome and fourth time I've used two wheels in Italy and the awareness and care afforded to other road users is universal.
Drivers seem to very very chilled. I think because one can ride a cc scooter on a car license there so car drivers HAVE a choice of whether drive or ride, and those that use a car expect the traffic jams and do not resent two wheeled riders. We had travel a lot and think Rome is one of the most wonderful cities of the world.
Is a rich history and culture. It has sophisticated and elegant places and women tend to dress nicely. Men are handsome. Is Europe at its best. Rome is one of the best cities in the world, you can lose yourself in it - it is wonderful to stroll in the ancient streets, particularly at night. Every time it reveals itself with something new. In this city you must take things slowly Excellent shopping, with independent craftsmen, look out for hand made gloves and hats.
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Beautiful tree lined streets and lots of small quaint shops. Might be a large city but maintains small village charms. Rome is really easy to get around on foot, but beware of tours to the Vatican and Colosseum as these can take hours to get around so may need to get a taxi to and from depending on where your hotel is. There are so many types of places to eat so restaurants don't mean the food is better than tratorias or pizzerias, just more expensive but depends on what you are looking for too.
Good cultural city to visit with many museums easily accessible. Too many pickpockets running around in the city so just be careful. Have been to Rome a few times now. Loved staying out a little, at Tolonia this time. Having seen the main beautiful tourist places before we opted for the parkland areas and local eateries and bars. Local churches are intimate and buildings are naturally historical. Different side of Rome and really enjoyable. Beautiful city, some what overwhelming.
Be prepared to queue for cultural sights or pay for guided tours in advance as we did and skip the queues. Totally geared to tourism as you would expect and the taxi drivers and Others will try and rip you off if given half the chance. Make sure vthe taxi puts the meter on!!! Didnt find the people very friendly even though we tried Italian with them.
At our hotel the Desk Manager was rude and abrupt, not what you would expect. The sightseeing is un believable and we are so glad we stayed there apart from a few hiccups. There are a few things to do while in Rome, the main tourist attractions being the Collosseum, Ancient Ruins, The Vatican and chapels.
The beautiful artwork you see in these places are magnificent, photos would not do it justice and you have to just see it with your own eyes. It is quite a busy city compared to Venice for example. If you are after history and culture, Rome is definitely a place to go see. Watch out for the con artists at the Spanish steps. One rotten mongrel conned my husband into paying for some roses, I chased after him and got some of the money back, but that was the only thing to spoil it for us.
This is my first time visted in Rome. I was disappointed as this city was quite dirty, messy and unorganised. The talented performer Lambros Fisfis, presented the Bar Awards nominations with hints of stand-up comedy. The team of Barequip. You are amazing!! The 4th BeerBartender Awards, were held last night, in Maroussi Plaza, honoring once more, the hardship and the ideas in the brewing scene, in Greece. The event, hosted the 1st International Beer Conference, in Greece, gathering beer experts from abroad, to discuss and do, case studies on issues considered critical in both Greek and global brewing scene.
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