Ratings based on 26 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Ok cheap hotelPosted May 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel was miles from the centre, certainly not walking distance(about 15 euros taxi to some of the sights) Was near a tram stop but we didn't use that during our stay. Hotel was clean and tidy, staff were friendly and helpful. Rooms had air conditioning. Breakfast was juice, coffee, cereal,yoghurt and an assortment of preserved/packet foods ie crispy toast, biscuits, croissants and that cheese you put on burgers. In a nutshell bad area, bad breakfast, but hotel and staff are good, what do you expect for a budget price
for Personal Eventby Maxim from Chicago
The best deal you can get in a budget.Posted May 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
I was more than satisfied. This hotel gives you a room with a bed and bathroom. But in addition you get your own small terrace. They have free wifi and breakfast. Now you aren't going to get help from the staff about where to eat or how to get to tours or anything like that. But you are only four stops from the main train station in Rome. There you can take sightseeing tours find places to eat, etc. The room even has a small fridge, so in case you get hungry you can bring back eats, in case you get hungry. The room even has a small television, but I did not watch much tv. If you are on a budget, then this is your hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Please read this before going.Posted May 15, 2013
My room was very very small. Otherwise, it was fine. Clean, had AC. Not all single rooms are this small as I got to see several rooms within the hotel - Seems hit and miss what you get. **** On leaving, they will charge you for any drinks you drink from the room - they dont warn you this until you leave. They also charge you for "rome tax" which is 2 euros per night - it is said that it is included in the price, but they will still charge you **** **** Breakfast is very dissapointing - e.g. toast is dried biscuit shaped like a toast ***** If it wasnt for the above 3 points, it makes sense to stay at this hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Uk
Clean basic hotelPosted May 11, 2013
Pros: Beds were comfortable
The only thing i liked about this Hotel was the fact that it was clean. We had booked a double room but when we got there we were put into a single room and when we complained they said that it was our fault for booking at the last minute and the hotel was full so they couldn't put us into another room that night but would give us a double bed! Breakfast was pretty bad - nothing warm except tea/coffee and toast. Location of the hotel was ok but not only it was far from town, there were no restaurants nearby but on the plus side there was a tram station and bus station close by to get into the town which took ~25mins but felt longer as it was always crowed!
for Everyoneby JT from London, UK
Clean, low-budget accommodationPosted Oct 3, 2012
Pros: Cheap and cheerful
Cons: Basic breakfast
Location: 10 minute tram ride from Termini
The room was very smal,l even for a single, but that's ok as I wasn't going to spend any time there except to sleep. It was spotlessly clean, which is more important to me than spaciousness. Reception staff were very helpful and friendly. Breakfast was basic-packaged bread and croissants, juice and coffee from a machine. Since I was looking for an inexpensive, clean room relatively close to Termini this hotel was just right. I used both the tram and bus to get to Termini, an easy 10 minute journey. I also got a cab at night from the centre of Rome which cost 15 euros. If you don't like to use public transportation and want to be in the centre of it, this wouldn't be the hotel for you. If you are on a tight budget and don't mind a short bus or tram ride then this hotel offers good value.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 25, 2012 on Hotels.com
The Hotel staff were very friendly but unless you can speak Italian you will not converse much, not that you need to. The location is very close to a tram but the area is out of the way from all the major attractions. It is easy to get the Rome Termini to get links to central Rome but it can feel laboured after a day of exploring on a hot day. The breakfast was very basic and I would have expected more. The room we were situated in was below the breakfast terrace so were woken up every morning by chairs scraping and the rooms do not sound proof well. The room was very small in comparison to the impression the pictures give. It was clean and the bed was comfy. The fridge in the room was handy as it was so hot in rome. The room had aircon which was nice. Overall, it was ok, not great but not bad.
for Everyoneby Omar
Great hotel, tricky location!Posted May 3, 2012
Pros: Price, staff
Location: Not too central, but absolutely not in the suburbs!
The hotel is OK for the money and the staff is very courteous. The only problem that I found is that no tour agency offers pick-up service for this hotel. They say it is not a central hotel, but it looked pretty central to me, I walked to the colosseum in half an hour. The big problem is that you have to spend a fortune in taxis just to go to the tour agencies and come back. They usually cost more than the tours themselves, which puts a big hole in your wallet!!! Otherwise this hotel is perfect for what you pay for it.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Alabama
Hotel Antico AcquedottoPosted Jan 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
All and all it was good. The neighborhood isn't dangerous but it is very run down. On Sunday the buses and trains do not run early so getting to the terminal was an issue. Very friendly staff and a clean room.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Tirana, Alb
Posted Dec 24, 2011 on Hotels.com
Nice hotel, very clean. Nice breakfast at the terrace. Very good price/conditions ratio. Would recommend to everybody.
Not Recommendedby Ricky from Statesboro, GA
Great for Price but.....not for the Roman ExperiecePosted Nov 7, 2011
Location: Centrally Located or near Termini Station
Hotel was great, quality price, staff were friendly, room was very small and cramped, the wifi didn't work beyond the lobby. They were telling us that it was due to "technical difficulties" Well, I stayed there a week, and there was no attempt to correct this technical difficulty. So, other people in the hotel were camped out in the lobby each night to try to use the internet. The WORST thing is that the hotel is far outside of the city center! You have to take a train to the Termini station. Depending the time of the day these trains were so packed that you practically were chest to back. Also, there are few places to eat in the area of the hotel, and it's like being in a "ghetto" of Rome. Graffiti is sprayed everywhere in the area of where the hotel is located and you will need to carry your wallet in your front pocket when you walk around the neighborhood. Very few people in this area, that I tried speaking to, spoke English. I would suggest to anyone, if you want to go to Rome for vacation, pay the extra cash and stay in one of the more centrally located in Rome. You'd have a better experience. I did that on my first trip to Rome, wishing I had did that on this time.