Ratings based on 37 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice little hotel close to most historic sitesPosted Feb 8, 2014
Pros: Clean, friendly and central
Location: Most places of interest are within walking distance.
Great little hotel with a little lift! Comfy and clean. Buffet breakfast with plenty of choice. The staff were very helpful, Regina in particular. She was born in the US so has excellent English and Italian. The Spanish steps, Panthenon, Trevi fountain and Colosseum are within walking distance as is the Vatican, Very central. Make sure you take paracetomol as I paid 6 euro for 12 at the local pharmacy! I went on the 31st Jan 2014 when the rain started and it didn't stop. Regardless, it was a great experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Excellent location and modern roomPosted Oct 31, 2013
We spent 3 nights at this hotel at the end of October, 2013. The best thing about this hotel is its central location. It allowed us to take a break back at the hotel after seeing one site before going out again. We also liked its modern decoration and the beds are very comfy. Very clean. The continental breakfast is fine, but the room is quite small, like a UK B&B. It's a great hotel for sightseeing.
by Carli from Hoboken, NJ
ScammedPosted Oct 29, 2013
Pros: The lobby looked nice. That was all we got to see.
We were bumped to a different "sister" property that they said was 4 star. Not even close. When I looked into it, I found the rates were significantly cheaper so they hooked us with a good rate and then moved us when they realized they could sell the room for more. Ruined the end of what had been a wonderful tour of Italy. They offered no compensation or apology of any kind. It seemed like it was standard practice at this place and the other hotel was used to seeing moved guests.
for Getaway With Friendsby Darryl from St Louis, MO
A great choice the 4 of us.Posted Sep 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was perfect for us in a location close to everything! I would return and highly recommend to friends and family.
Recommendedby Katherine from Toronto, Canada
Hotel RinascimentoPosted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
We really enjoyed our stay. The staff were excellent! They took their time to explain and answer all our questions. The room was small but exactly what we needed - it's Rome, u only need to sleep in there at night. The shower was great. And I was traveling with my mom and we felt very safe in the area. It was central enough to walk to alot of sights. We took the bus from the central station and the stop was minutes from the hotel. Piazza Navona is very close, as well as many restaurants and a grocery store. Breakfast was well done. They made fresh quiche and bruschetta every morning as well as fruit salads. They had yogurt, juices and pastries as well. Enough to start the day. We were never unable to sit down for breakfast in the room as well, even though it is small. I would definitely recommend anyone to stay here.
by A verified traveler
Great to be in Rome, hotel stay OKPosted Aug 1, 2013
Pros: Breakfast with the stay was OK
Cons: Include wash cloths with bath towels. Get rid of the second toilet or whatever that was sitting next to the toilet.
Location: Rome was exciting everyday. Rome was what I had expected.
Disappointed in the size of the room, especially the bathroom. Too small for both.
Recommendedby Jeanne from Usa
Posted Jun 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Rooms a little tight on space but Very clean and modern. Breakfast was a charming surprise - how good it was. Great central location. Would highly recomend!
for Couplesby Andres from Houston, Tx
Great Location, Great HotelPosted Jun 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location could not be any better. The hotel is just steps off Campo de Fiori, really close to Campo Navona and a short walk off the Vatican, Spanish steps and Fontana Trevi. The hotel is well maintained with a comtemporary look. The breakfast was great and the staff was super friendly. The location of the hotel is absolutely the best, we already recommended it to friends visiting Rome soon.
for Couplesby Leah from North Yorkshire
Great hotel for a couple!Posted Jun 16, 2013
Pros: The location. Perfect distance.
Cons: The size of the room. A little on the small side.
Location: Perfect. Right next door to wonderful Campo De Fioro!
The hotel was in the perfect location for a couple wishing to see the sights of Rome, as it was the same distance to walk to every landmark and easy to navigate around and find once your sightseeing is done with. It is also right next door to the Campo De Fiori and Piazza Navona, both amazing areas to dine and drink wine in the evening. The continental breakfast catered for everyone and was always fresh, with the chef constantly appearing to top up the buffet and ensure everyone was pleased with their food. The staff were also very helpful in guiding us to trains and transport around Rome, letting us leave our bags in the lobby on the last day of the holiday. The only down side was our initial expectation of the room. The photos suggested the room would be large, but the room we were given was actually rather small. But it was still a very good standard and the open roman window shutters were a lovely touch. Definately recommend!
for Everyoneby roman from chicago
great location in heart of rome away from crowds!Posted Jun 13, 2013
Pros: The location (relatively quiet), the quaintness and the ultracompetent staff.
Cons: Answering phone calls. Maybe get a multi-line phone. Quick orientation on how to use the room electronics (thermostat, lighting, TV).
Location: Wow its great! Campo de Fiori about 2 blocks; Piazza Navona about 10 minutes; ancient Rome maybe 15 and the Vatican about 12 to 15- all walking!
We stayed for 6 nites w/ our 2 boys 12 and 14. We fretted about warnings of sleeping a family in rome. We failed to verify our accommodations via phone; all we had was an e-mail classifying quadruple. We arrived quickly from the airport and had our room available before noon. The bed situation was classic Europe cute. More than enough room for the 4 of us and comfortable too. Once we figured out the lighting, the window and thermostat made us masters of our domain. The staff was great; multi-lingual, pleasant and helpful (with directions, local customs and knowledge of the city workings). There was a computer for general use in the waiting area which helped; as we made this an electronics free trip! The highlight of our experience with this gem of a hotel (only 15 rooms or so), was morning buffet. With prices in Rome at restaurants exorbitantly high, the varied and delicious offerings at breakfast made it our main meal of the day. Considering the high prices on lodging in Rome, I would recommend the Hotel Rinascimento to any traveller to the "Eternal City."