Ratings based on 19 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Julio from Costa Rica
A hostel close to TerminiPosted Jun 12, 2014
I had never stayed a hostel. I am 44 yrs old and the crowd in this place was half my age. Even though I had a private room, I had a bit of a hard time trying to sleep because of the noise my neighbors were doing. Apart from this, the hostel was very clean and 2 blocks away from Termini Station from where you can take trains and metro. Area is not too nice, lots of beggars sleeping on the streets but they didn't cause any problem and I felt safe at all times.
for Couplesby Cristian from Warsaw
Nice HotelPosted Jun 2, 2014
The hotel rooms was quite comfortable and clean, but it was situated in another building. The staff were also very helpful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hostel with friendly staff, but very noisy.Posted May 6, 2014
This hostel was very clean and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was spacious and clean. Only downside was that we barely slept due to the extreme noise from passers-by walking the streets all evening.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Tara from Wilson
Clean place to stay.Posted Aug 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
Cute comfortable rooms and very clean. Close to the terminal (Termini). The lady was very helpful and spoke English. Iv'e stayed here twice and plan to stay again.
for Personal Eventby aussie traveler from sydney
Posted Jul 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
affordable and simple hostel. the hotel is a little hard to find but it's not too bad. The hostel does not have a lift but it's located on the first floor so it's not too bad. the hostel is clean and sufficient. internet was free for 1.5 hours only then you have to pay for extra time. the air cond was good.overall it was ok as a hostel
for Everyoneby Sarah from London, UK
Great apartment hotel close to terminiPosted Jun 25, 2013
Pros: space and location
Cons: breakfast and comunal areas
Location: not a long walk to the center and 2 mins from the train station
The hotel was great. very easy access to the termini and a short (25 min) walk to the spanish steps. My room (although not in the hotel block) was very spacious. It felt like I had my own apartment in Rome! there was a big kitchen which means travelers can try and save money if needs be and the bathroom was great - only being shared with one other room. The only downside is that if you're traveing alone there is no common room so meeting others has to be done in the city. This didn't seem a problem for me though! Also, the breakfast could definitely be better (only a croisant and one coffee sachet) however this stopped me being greedy and eating my own bodyweight in pastries (which I did at other places) so i can't really complain. On the whole an amazing stay and I would most definitely reccommend. The staff were also very helpful letting me use their personal computer when the comunal one woudlnt work.
by Lisa from United States
AveragePosted Oct 24, 2012
Pros: Diana was very helpful and friendly.
Cons: Breakfast and the condition of the showers.
Location: The location is great. It was very convenient to be so close to the train station.
Diana is very nice and did a great job explaining the rooms/showers and offering to answer any questions for us. She scheduled a cab for us to get to the airport as well since we had to be there before any of the trains/shuttles were leaving. Just an FYI for those that need/expect wireless (especially if you plan to use it to check in for a flight), they have two different buildings that rooms are rented from. If you need the internet, request a room on Via Mille, the rooms on Via Marghera DO NOT have wireless access. We were really irritated to learn that although they advertise that they have wireless in all rooms, only one of the buildings actually does. The breakfast was smaller than we were expecting. It included a croissant/toast plus jam and an espresso. The food they put out was good, but we chose this place so that one of our meals would be included. We ended up stopping for breakfast/snack later in the morning because it wasn’t filling. Our room on Via Marghera also had what looked like mold along the ceiling. If we hadn’t paid for our stay at the beginning, we probably would have moved hotels. It seemed like more of a hassle than it was worth though. Our last comment is that it wasn’t clear in the description of the hotel that the bathrooms are not attached to the rooms. They are shared bathrooms amongst all the rooms (2 showers on Via Mille and 1 shower on Via Marghera).
Posted Oct 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
We booked online, for the location by Termini station, which was really convenient to get to & find. Once there the staff were lovely, and asked if they could put us in a different building. The new building was even more centrally located, and they drove us there and gave us instructions how to get back to Termini station for our bus back to the airport. And gave us a bottle of wine too. it was a smaller room, but clean & comfortable & a great experience.
by Julia from London, UK
Best worst location with lots of BUTsPosted Oct 14, 2012
Pros: good location
Cons: NOISE, breakfast, value
Location: very central, less than 5 walking minutes from Termini station
First of all, we booked this hotel very last minute as something went wrong with the initial booking of a 4-star hotel (not Expedia) so obviously this wasn't our first choice. The location is very central (5 mins from Termini station) but the hotel address is not where our apartment was located. As we booked a room with an ensuite bathroom, the apartment was around the corner in another residential building. There are several apartments which share one kitchenette. There was no Wi-fi as suggested by the description (it seems that internet access is only available when the apartment is located in the same building as the hotel address). The continental breakfast was complimentary but disappointing. The room was clean and the staff friendly and helpful but the worst part was the noise. Although not on a main road, the noise from the street was deafening around the clock. Sleeping with an open window is definitely not an option here. There are many pizzerias/trattorias in the neighbourhood. "Rossi" offers free Wi-Fi, friendly staff and yummy pizzas. Avoid "4 Stagioni" if you don't like greasy plates, smelly glasses, unfriendly staff and a Coperto plus service charge.
for Everyoneby Mike from birmngham uk
A Nice Place to stay when in RomePosted Jul 15, 2012
Place was easy to find as just a few minuites walk from Main Train station also near buses that go to and from the airports. However on check in I rang the outside door bell and no one answered therefore I telephoned the hotel and someone came to the hotel within a few mins to check me in Room was nice and within the main building that was next to a lounge and having keys to let myself in and out made it feel very secure and it felt like it was my own place very good value and if visiting Rome again I would stay at B & T Rooms again