Ratings based on 27 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.4 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom b
Basic but cleanPosted Nov 1, 2014
No frills, but room was clean and shower was hot. Pastry and coffee was in next door cafe.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Hotel roomPosted Jun 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
The room is so small, dusty , the shower dies not have enclosure, no glass/cup to use in the tiny bathroom sink, the water was draining that makes the floor wet, electrical outlet was not working, the toilet is very dirty. I don't want to recommend this hotel to anybody
by PJfrom NOrthamptonshire
Centrally placed near railway stationPosted Jun 9, 2014
Pros: Centrally situated and cheap!
Cons: A refurbishment is needed and brighter light bulbs- very dingy. It would be good to have tourist info available at the reception desk.
Location: Everywhere is walkable from the hotel. Buses and trains are also very near.
A basic hostel rather than a hotel in need of refurbishment with plenty of hot running water. The staff were polite enough. The room was very dark but it was good value for accommodation in the centre of Rome. Breakfast was provided in the cafe next door- coffee and a pastry. It was annoying to be greeted on arrival with a demand for an extra 16 euro per room, the staff telling us it was a Rome room tax. We understood the price we paid was inclusive of all taxes.
for Everyoneby Toni & Kieranfrom England
Excellent location right next to the trainsPosted May 28, 2014
All you need for a trip to Rome - bed, shower and basic facilities. Towels changed everyday and room cleaned. Nothing spectacular but not awful either! The location was great as you could get the train from the airport and get on the metro as the station was over the road! Would stay here again although breakfast wasn't great!
by Mariafrom london
Hotel well located but below averagePosted May 26, 2014
The hotel is very well located but the overall experience was horrible. The area was a bit unsafe and the hotel was below average. It was a bit odd where we have to ring the door bell to enter the hotel and through out the night people keep ringing the bell which kept us up, in addition it had an odd smell and breakfast was horrible. On the positive side you can walk to a lot of attractions.
by Denisfrom MI
No FrillsPosted May 4, 2014
This is a very simple series of rooms with bathrooms. It was clean and comfortable enough but nothing else. Perks: near termini, not very loud. Downsides: lots of stairs, slow elevator that makes great "I'm breaking noises", relatively expensive internet, breakfast voucher at the cafe on the street, multiple floors if you are a group. Again, simple accommodation, but you might do better if you get a room at a religious house.
by A verified travelerfrom London
This has to be the worst hotel I've ever stayed inPosted Apr 27, 2014
Everything about it was poor, to have no idea why expedia would put it on their list of hotels. We had to be moved on our first nights stay and the room was terrible, the best sheets weren't changed, cleanliness was poor, nobody was ever around. I would never recommend this hotel, expedia need to take it off their hotel list
by Millerfrom London
Shouldn't we stay here?Posted Jan 21, 2014
Location: The only thing good about the hotel it's the location, it's near Termini Station, easy access to monuments, etc.
Me and my family were supposed to stay in this hotel, but as soon as we arrived the receptionist told us that we should be moved to another hotel across the street and said, 'It's the same owner, don't worry.'. The hotel was poor cleaned, the lady never changed our sheets or looked under the bed to clean the floor, I think ever! We found dirty from the previous guests there when my ring fell off. The bathroom it's a story a part, if you moved you could easily turn the shower off with your elbow, I know, unbelievable! To be honest I wouldn't recommend the place to an enemy imagine to a friend?!
by A verified traveler
Too expensive for what it is.Posted Oct 27, 2013
The location of the hotel in conveniently placed next to the train station, employees are nice, and the rooms were clean. However the good points stop here. It is far too expensive for what you get, i paid 180 for 2 nights in a very worn out room and a tiny bed that was too short for me as well (I am 182 cm tall). Breakfast only includes one croissant and one coffee per person. However, when you are in a city like rome, you should not be spending your time in the hotel room, rather you should be exploring the city. I would only stay there again if I couldn't find any better deals.
for Everyoneby unknownfrom guildford, surrey
very close to termini stationPosted Jul 30, 2013
Pros: close proximity to roma termini
very helpful filipino staff - able to assist with our queries