Ratings based on 21 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Scott from Cleveland
Perfect price and locationPosted Aug 29, 2013
Cons: I believe that having staff there more would make it easier for some people, but not all. Shower and bathroom were small but that was insignificant.
Hotel is in a perfect location if you want to walk around Rome and have access to everything on foot. The cafe next door has a perfect breakfast which is included in the hotel cost. There is a lack of staff for most of the day, which was not a big deal to me, but if you are needing assistance it may not be for you.
for Everyoneby Liz from Hartford, ct
Nice hotel with a concierge for few hours a dayPosted Aug 7, 2013
Pros: The bathroom was the best part.
Cons: More info. in the Exp pack. re. staffing. Info: Check-in til 7pm & call re. check-in, not that they're not there; We wanted other phone #'s.
Location: The location was pretty good for us. Far from the subway, so only buses go there- complicated.
There is staff is very nice, but only there until 11 am so if you arrive to check in after that, there is no one to answer the door and let you in. Although they have another hotel, the phone number there was not listed on the Expedia information or on the door of the Domizia Sancti Angeli. When I asked about using a computer, they said I could use their lap top, but it took days to coordinate that since they are rarely there. Once I was able to use the computer, she let me use it for a long time and was very accommodating. It was just frustrating that it took days to get access. The room was nice and the bathroom was beautiful. It is on the ground floor, so the traffic outside is very loud. We were in the room closest to the entrance, so every time someone came or went it was loud (a buzzer system was used). There is a safe, but it is not attached to anything and it is so small that someone could easily take it with them if they chose to. The breakfast that is included is provided with a voucher from the cafe around the corner. It was ok, but stingy. It included one coffee, one croissant, and one half glass of orange juice.
for Everyoneby Drew from Colorado Springs, CO
Decent price, excellent locationPosted Jul 15, 2013
Pros: Size, affordability
Cons: A front desk to help you if you need someone, like arranged transportation to the airport.
Hotel room is spacious with a state of the art bathroom (although a little ding was our sink backed up and wasn't fixed for about a day and a half - but it didn't disrupt too much), had a fridge which was awesome to chill water/drinks, and overall room cleanliness/condition was awesome. It was very secure with not one but two passcode doors to get through, the location could not be more ideal, and the price was unbeatable for the facilities. CON: unfortunately the final impression was the lasting impression. This building is not located with the main front desk building - that's located about 6-7 blocks away. This place claims a 24 hr front desk. However we had an early morning flight and wanted to settle our bill the day prior. There was a lady that sometimes roamed the hallway in the morning, waiting for you to leave so she can clean the room. I spoke with her about settling our bill the day prior, but on that day she was no where to be found. As night fell we also wanted a taxi reserved since we spoke to taxi drivers and they said we'd be hard pressed to find one at 4:30am. I then made the walk to the main building only to find it closed! There were no instructions on how to use the phone, but since the main office was closed, there would have been no one to talk to. We got up even earlier, left a note about settling our bill, and searched forever for a taxi. Just disappointing there was no concierge to help us when we needed it most - otherwise it's a good place.
for Familiesby Shane Q from Dallas, TX
Great location, thin wallsPosted Jul 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
This is a pretty small place, only 5 rooms and no on-site staff 24/7. We had a bit of trouble getting in as I didn't read the confirmation email correctly and didn't know to call someone beforehand. We were a bit concerned that it lacked AC, but it turned out to be a non-issue as the temperature was quite comfortable even thought it was early July we were there. The walls are paper thin though. You can literally hear everything from the rooms surrounding you. Our neighbor decided to watch an action movie one evening which sounded like a sprint car racetrack had moved into our room. What it lacks in quiet and AC, the place makes up for in cleanliness and location. If you just need an affordable crash pad to explore Rome and you don't plan on spending any time in your room, I would recommend this place.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great location but wouldn't stay againPosted May 28, 2013
Cons: The noise
Location: Great location, just a short walk to The Vatican and the Piazza Navona
The hotel was in the perfect location, just a short walk to many of the sights, but unfortunately we left wishing that we had stayed elsewhere. There are only 5 rooms in this tiny hotel and the reception is only manned in the morning. 4 of the 5 rooms are facing a very busy main road, with the window being on street level. The walls were paper thin, meaning you could hear the tv and talking in the rooms next door. The entrance is accessible via a code and they are also very noisy. This combination meant I had little to no sleep throughout my stay. My overriding regret is not reading reviews before we booked. I recommend you do not book this hotel if you wish to sleep. It is fairly clean, well decorated and in a great location but I would have sacrificed this if I could have stayed somewhere where I could get a bit of sleep!
for Everyoneby Sara
nice hotel perfect location!Posted May 15, 2013
Pros: location was perfect a 7 min walk to vatican city, 15 min walk to coloseo, 10 min walk to spanish steps and just about 10-15 min walk to everything!
Cons: the staff being present would of made my stay go a lot smoother
Location: everything is near by it really is a great location
Great experience only complaint is I only saw the staff when i checked in. They were never there to assist me with questions or reserving a taxi when needed.
for Everyoneby KerryF from Kent, UK
Clean, functional, great location, terrible noise!Posted Mar 14, 2013
Pros: Location, spotlessly clean, really hot shower which is a plus after a hard day sighseeing!
Cons: The noise from other rooms, lack of hotel staff, squeaky campbeds.
Location: The location is perfect for exploring on foot but miles away from the Metro which wasn't a problem. Vatican 10 mins away, Colluseum 25 mins walking.
Location of this hotel is great. Very quiet but central - 10 minute walk to the Vatican and 25 minutes to the Colluseum. The rooms were small but functional and spotlessly clean. The beds are basically campbeds with a wrought iron frame placed around them to make them look like bedsteads. They were comfortable but every time you moved they squeeked which was a bit annoying! We didn't suffer from any road noise which we were concerned about after reading other reviews. The BIGGEST problem with this hotel is the noise from the other rooms. I can honestly say I have never experienced anything like it. The walls are so thin we could hear people sneezing and going to the toilet. It was horrendous. I had to buy earplugs in the end just to try and get a few hours sleep. I would not describe this place as a hotel, it is more of an upmarket hostel/apartment mainly due to the noise and lack of hotel staff. However that said, it was a perfect base from which to explore Rome and we literally used it as a place to lay our heads after a hectic day out sightseeing.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kentucky, USA
Location, Location, Location!!Posted Jan 17, 2013
Pros: Location & Price
Cons: Lack of staff...
We stayed at Domizia Sancti Angeli for 12 nights. The rooms are on ground level and next to a busy highway; so it was a little noisy at times but nothing to bad. The room seemed to have been newly remodeled and was nice. The bed was not a king bed; instead it was 2 twin beds put together but they slept ok. The staff was helpful and nice when they were there (from 10 am to 2 pm only). The location was GREAT!!! Would stay there again.
for Everyoneby PATRICIA from Glasgow, Glasgow City, UK
ROME VISITPosted Dec 15, 2012
WE DID NOT STAY IN ROOM BOOKED BUT AT THE ONE WHERE THE RECEPTION IS AT. FIRST WE WERE DISSAPOINTED AT THE ROOM WE WHERE GIVEN AS IT DID NOT LOOK AS MODERN, BUT IT WAS LARGER AND RIGHT NEXT TO PIAZZIA NAVONA, THE STAFF WERE SO HELPFUL AND COULD NOT DO ENOUGH FOR US,MAKING SURE WE HAD ROOM HOT ENOUGH,KETTLE HAD RIGHT ADAPTER, AND EVERYTHING WAS OK FOR US . THOMASSO AND CHRISTINA WERE VERY HELPFUL AND HELPED US TO ENJOY OUR HOLDAY ONLY NEGATIVE WAS BREAKFAST ,WE DID NOT GO TO CAFE BUT SUPERMARKET AND BOUGHT WHAT WE WANTED. AS WE HAD FRIDGE AND KETTLE
for Otherby A verified traveler
Really liked itPosted Nov 25, 2012
The hotel was exactly what I expected. Is more a room than a hotel. Of course you have private bathroom, is all modern, you have breakfast included in the bar next to it, breakfast is basic, just juice, something to drink (tea or coffee), and one croissant or other pastry. If you want something else, you can pay for it. The location is near everything, but more quiet than being in the center of all the most important points, but really close to everything. I walked everywhere from there, and I also took the bus to the termini one block from here and took only 10 mins to get in the termini. They have no amenities at all, but I knew that. I would really recommend it.