Ratings based on 30 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Close to public transportPosted Nov 3, 2013
Pros: wasnt too big more cosy
Cons: Rooms need updating eg grouting in tiles, walls freshened by painting.There were not enough power points in the rooms
Location: close to shops and restaurants and buses, 10minute walk to metro
We were initially put in quite a small room especially w for 3 of us it was just too cosy. When we complained they did move us to a slightly bigger room. We would question wether it should really a 4 star rated
for Couplesby Liz from Washington, DC
Lovely hotel with access to public transportationPosted Jul 9, 2013
Pros: The Staff and the building. The location. Parking available (not really possible with a hotel in the city)
Cons: invisible chairs in the room. Seriously. Clear chairs. Difficult to see - not difficult to miss (with a shin)
Location: Not much in the immediate location - but good food recommendations within walking distance for non-tourist prices. Easy access to the city.
The staff at the ARS Hotel made our experience truly wonderful. The hotel itself is quiet, small, neatly done place in a nice suburban area with modern decoration and clean lines. The room itself was a bit small (what room in Rome isn't?) but pleasant. There is easy access to the bus (for less than 2 euros, the #60 bus will take you directly to Piazza Venezia), and to the train line. The staff were so kind and helpful, even with our gauche American ways. They never made us feel uncomfortable or out-of-place. Well done!
for Business Travelersby W.S from France
Not For BusinessPosted Jun 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
Really nice hotel. Nice design, nice terrasse for chilling. Not for business, that's inacceptable that there is no iron or laundery service. No restaurant (even you can call for a pizza). Desk for working not really adapted. Personnel is nice. Hotel is nice. Business service is poor.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
A lovely hotel but far from where tourists in Rome would like to be. The hotel is nice, little and clean, as I like it, but too far from the center.
for Everyoneby Clairebear from Kent, UK
ARS hotelPosted Jun 20, 2012
Pros: THe friendly and helpful staff
Cons: the beds were very hard
Location: good location with easy access to central Rome
despite having to stay in another hotel the first night (which was very disappointing) our stay in the ARS hotel was wonderful. The staff were always friendly and very helpful, the room was clean and inviting. We shall definately recommend the ARS hotel to friends and family and should we go to Rome again will stay there again.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Far from all must-see sightsPosted May 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel staff were friendly, they served complimentry breakfast, complimentry wired internet in all guest room but it is not sufficient for all guest in room so you should stay at reception hall to connect with wi fi complimentry internet service. Also they serve a shuttle service one way only to closest metro station (repuplica station) by advance reservation since the hotel is far from all must seen sights in rome.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from NEW YORK
ARS NOT WHAT WE EXPECTEDPosted May 24, 2011
This hotel is not in the city center nor near it. It was very annoying to take buses to get anywhere. The hotel staff is not helpful at all, each of them have different answers for everything and they were all wrong and not informative or helpful AT ALL. The hotel it self was not so bad but it was more of a house not a hotel. This is not a 4 star hotel, i would say 3 star. Not worth going to ROME unless you stay in the city center.
for Couplesby Jeff from Cumbria UK
Rome in AutumnPosted Oct 30, 2010
Very good public transport system, metro is a little shoddy and strewn with graffiti. there appear to be a lot of beggars on every street, not sure if they are real or just taking advantage of tourists. a lot of pedlars of african origin try to sell you anything from tripods, sunglasses, umbrellas, scalves, etc and they can get on your nerves as they push their wares under your nose.... all the ruins are great to see if you are interested.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from NY
NIGHTMARE ON ROME STREET.Posted Aug 25, 2010
95% DISSATISFIED. POOR LOCATION, AREA, STAFF.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from south shropshire, england
rome's best kept secretPosted Oct 1, 2009
we stayed here for our wedding aniversary,although a little way from the sights this was not a problem, you just get the number 90 bus from termini and get off at sempione turn right at the cross roads and you are there. the hotel was great ,the hotel staff were very helpful at all times. the free wi fi was a great help for printing our boarding cards for the trip back. breakfast was good and plenty of it.we would come back to this hotel again for sure. and it was also very peaceful at night on the terrace also free gym and spa if you want to use it, although we didn't.