Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Jim from Utah
Great HotelPosted Sep 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
great room, fast internet , great location if you have a car as parking is easy (not so for most hotels in Rome)
Recommendedby Alexander from Toronto
Less than what you expectPosted Aug 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location is less than convenient; from downtown Rome, a subway followed by regional train followed by bus are required. I was stranded at the deserted nearby bus depot with my wife and 3 children after dark on a Saturday night when the bus we were on went out of service. Attempts to have Eurogarden's night manager arrange a taxi fell on deaf ears. The night manager on duty (Aug 17/2013) refused to arrange a cab on our behalf to pick us up, despite the fact that I provided my name and room number (ie: proof that I was a hotel guest), and only offered the telephone number of a cab company (not very helpful if you are not conversant in Italian). He cut short my protests by hanging up the call. Otherwise, the hotel breakfast is quite decent, the pool is ok. Rooms are a little run-down and not overly clean, but then you get what you pay for in Rome during peak season for 90 Euros/night. Apart from the "no-can-do" attitude of the night manager (falls into the category of "disastrous" or "non-existant where customer service is concerned), our stay at Eurogarden can be characterized as acceptable.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice HotelPosted May 1, 2013
It is a very nice hotel, my only complaint is I was on a business trip and the hotel was pre-paid by my employers which the receptionist knew nothing about.
for Couplesby Yogi
Overall good hotel for short stayPosted Apr 7, 2013
Cons: Area where it's situated
Overall good, place is away from the city which was expected, Clean, good breakfast with variety . Quiet place, area around the Place is ok .
for Everyoneby David from California
Not the place for everyonePosted Jan 8, 2013
This place was not what I had on mind, the room needed to be updated years ago and the location is a complete pain. I would stay somewhere else. it Might be good if you had a car and where on a budget , but if you want to go out it is not walking distance to anywhere. The staff was friendly and they do have a shuttle to the train.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice HotelPosted Oct 10, 2012
This was a very nice hotel with a clean, comfortable room. The breakfast was lovely in a nice garden setting. We were driving and did have a little trouble finding it. The location was convenient if you're planning to drive up to Florence or some of the villages in Umbria.
Recommendedby R Mein
oasis in a big cityPosted Jun 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
My wife and I had a lovely stay at the EuroGarden Hotel. It was very picturesque. Had all we needed. Not real close to Rome's main attractions, but close enough. We would definitely stay there again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Oregon
Hotel Eurogarden (Fidene)Posted Oct 21, 2010 on Hotels.com
Receptionists very friendly. Rooms are clean and comfortable.The hotel is very far removed from Rome city. The shuttle from hotel runs only in the morning and only to the Metro station. From there you have to figure out the trains to take to get to the Museums, Vatican, etc. Our check out day was on a Sunday and there was NO shuttle or local train service. We had to pay a taxi to get to the Train Station. (20 euros) In the evening there is nothing within walking distance. If you dont have a car, your train takes you to the Fidene station and you have to arrange for a taxi or bus to get back to your hotel. Very confusing and hard to get around. Too bad because the hotel itself is really remarkable. No dinner is served and no restaurant within walking distance. Menu is for snacks only.
Recommendedby Mike from Fredericton, NB
Nice surprise, great bargain!Posted Aug 1, 2009
When we were booking our week-long Rome vacation, we wanted a hotel that was affordable and had easy access to public transportation into the city centre. Hotel Eurogarden was exactly that. The bus stop was a 2-minute walk, and the train station was a 3-5 minute ride from there. A short train / metro ride would take us anywhere in the city we wanted to go - Vatican, Colloseum, you name it. The hotel itself was quiet and well kept - most of the guests appeared to be business travelers, so we didn't see much of them. The pool was clean and refreshing. Room service was decent, and the continental breakfast was fine as well, consisting mainly of cold meats, cheeses, cereal, croissants or toast, juice and coffee. The cappuccino was awesome. Staff spoke decent enough English and were quite helpful. It's a bit far from the airport (30 minutes, 60 Euro cab ride) but the daily rate we got in our package made up for it. We saved enough by using this hotel that we could afford to see more attractions and enjoy some good meals in town.