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out of 137 reviews
“Very good hotel!”
This hotel is very clean and the staff are extremely helpful and knowledgable. They provide their own private bus to take you to a variety to locations such as the local airport and a close Metro stop. The breakfast is good. We had no complaints whatsoever and totally enjoyed our stay.
“Returning again next year”
What a pleasant surprise! This hotel -in fact this area of Rome - was new to us, but we took the recommendations of our Expedia representative and we were off to Rome for probably the 20th time in as many years. We were booked into the Domina for 17 days and cannot say enough about the hotel, the staff, the cleanliness, the conveniences and - if you ever go to Rome in August - the pool! Getting around was so easy because of their shuttle buses to the Metro. We became Metro veterans after the first day. We look forward to returning to the Domina for at least 17 days next year!
“Nice hotel. Had a great stay.”
The hotel was very clean and nice. The staff were very pleasant, friendly and helpful. The only drawback was that the hotel was a bit far from the city...but they provided shuttle service to the train station..so that was good. Our stay at the hotel was comfortable and we enjoyed our time in Rome. Hopefully we will be able to go back!
“nice place to stay”
Very clean hotel, great service. Breakfast excellent. The only area of improvement can be pool, it was open only limited hours.
“STAYING THERE WAS A REAL PLEASURE!”
We had been worrying abpout the distannce of the hotel and Down towne. Then, upon arrival, we experienced an excellent comuting possibility , whiich is: combining Metro and bus. Any hotel of similar quality charges at least 100 dollars more. Thus, the 25-30 minutes of travel time is more than counter-balanced.
“Hotel Domina Rome”
A great hotel located in a nice quiet neighborhood. A good alternative to being in the central part of the city where the trade off if distance to historic attractions. With this choice you get better value, bigger and more modern room and facilities.
“Great Hotel, great breakfast, location not too bad”
It is a safe place to be at. The hotel is well kept, and the staff was friendly. They speak good english and spanish. There is a supermarket half a block from the hotel, also a cuban restaurant. There is a bus shuttle that takes you into the subway station, but half a block from the hotel there is a public bus station that takes you into the subway as well (you can buy a tourist pass and ride all you need in the metro or buses). It is true you are not in the historic district, but the hotel is so quiet, you get good night sleep, also, in Rome most of the attractions are close to the metro, so it really didn't matter to us to have to take the train, it is like 30 mins away from downtown. The breakfast is really outstanding, delicious fruits, eggs, bacon, yoghurts, natural fruit juices, etc etc. Rome is a beautiful city, where ever you stay just enjoy it!.
This hotel is by far one of the best hotel I have stayed at, the staff is very nice and informative. The hotel is a brand new hotel so everything in the hotel is new and clean, the service they provide for breakfast is great as well! Woul stay there again in a heart beat.
“Very nice hotel for visiting Rome”
Location was not a problem at all. Easy access to subway with shuttle. Hotel staff very friendly and helpful.
nice hotel that was close to the airport. the shuttle (big comfortable tourist bus) service to the metro was great. Room was clean and new. the front desk service was good - they had a lot of customer traffic and it seemed like a lot of issues to deal with. we checked our bag and jumped on the bus the 1st and last day of our trip and were able to enjoy Rome for more time even on travel days. The restruant was ok - but the food seemed limited. Room service food was also limited and expensive (14 euro for a small dish of lasagna). The front desk is quick to assist, but you have to ask the question. I wish I would have known about the near by grocery store the first day (but I didn't ask).