Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.2 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Gd locationPosted Jul 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
Basic hotel, staff friendly
for Everyoneby Fitzgerald from Cardiff, Wales, UK
BasicPosted May 7, 2013
Pros: Proximity to Termini Station
Cons: The grumpy man who welcomed/greeted us!
A very basic hotel - not for the fussy traveller! If you just want somewhere to rest your head in basic comfort and surroundings then it's fine. If it's splendour you're looking for, then go elsewhere.
for Couplesby Bash from Whitstable, Kent, UK
Would definitely return!Posted Feb 16, 2012
Pros: Friendly and convenient
Location: Perfect for getting around Rome
Great location for a shightseeing or short stay, right near the station; friendly and helpful staff (even phoned for our cab for the return to the airport as my Italian is non-existant!). Cleaned with fresh towels daily, breakfast is the typical continental pastry and coffee at an equally friendly, although mightily busy cafe about 20 yards away. Can also recommend the restaurant just next door!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Melbourne
Posted Oct 3, 2011 on Hotels.com
What you pay for is what you get. However, the staff are very friendly and checked us in early, the room was clean and most importantly great location, 2 minute walk from the Termini station. If you want a really fancy room, dont stay here, but if you plan to be sight seeing all day, this is the place for you.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Potomac Falls, VA
Do Not Make Reservation HerePosted Sep 7, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is not recommended. While the location is convient, you have other choices in the area for similar prices that are safer and better selection for your hard-earned lodging dollars.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Hotel Soggiorno BluPosted Apr 9, 2011 on Hotels.com
Excellent location to Roma Termini, less than a 5 minute walk. Hotel was on second floor, the room was clean and adequate size however the bathroom was small. The shower was small but did the job. Not a typical American hotel but certainly more of the European standard for the smaller venues. Left luggage in the morning - returned late afternoon to check in. No Street noice however could here others in hotel at times. I feel we got what we paid for and the positive out-weighed the negative.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Nashville
Good for Students on a BudgetPosted Nov 17, 2009 on Hotels.com
This hotel is literally a block away from Termini, which makes it a good place to be if you plan on travelling all throughout the city on bus and the metro. It's very cheap, so you can't really expect incredible amenities or services. When we checked in, they tried to hustle us into another hotel a block away, but we were firm and eventually they gave us a hotel in the Soggiorno Blu. Our room was located next to the check in desk, and you could hear people talking and walking in. Also, the people above us were very noisy. There's no view whatsoever, but for budget students that doesn't really matter. The bathroom is very small and the shower isn't separated from the toilet and sink, so if you plan on showering, everything gets extremely soaked (including the toilet paper). The beds are relatively comfortable, with clean sheets, but the duvet was dirty. The room as a whole was well lit and the floors were clean. However, there was some dust in the corners. The neighborhood is not a bad one, don't be deceived by the graffiti. It seemed to me that there were lots of other students staying in the hotel, I would definitely not recommend this for a nice family or romantic vacation, but it is comparable to a nice hostel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Close to main train station so very convenient location!Posted Jul 28, 2009 on Hotels.com
The hotel was ideally situated. Close to Termini station the main station in Rome. It helped to stay there because it saved on using local transport and all main tours depart from this station as well as trains and buses to the airport and other destinations in Italy.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from OKC
Nice enoughPosted Jul 1, 2009 on Hotels.com
Our room was very clean. Small, a view of the ally. But very comfortable for as much as we were in it. They did speak some english. One thing I would have liked to have known was that when they say internet available, that means if you pay extra you will be able to access wifi. Also you need to tell them up front that you want wifi. Certain rooms do not have it. So not knowing this, and the language difference that was hard to finally understand. Then I was told that they need to know that you want wifi upfront, then they would have put me to room with access to it. Another good thing to know is that paying extra for wifi is common in Italy. They do not have coffee shops with free access to wifi. Good to know:)
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Australia
NOT HAPPYPosted Dec 6, 2008
Would like to have known before squeezing into an elevator with our luggage to find reception, that we would not be staying in that building we were walked to another building two streets away then the room looked ok on arrival but first night was the eyeopener. The double bed was really two foldaway beds put together with springs digging into your back all night. The noisy fan in the bathroom just came on whenever all night and the people in the room above walked around in their high heel shoes from 5.30a.m. every morning and to top it off the CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST was ONE cup of coffee and ONE pastry ONLY in a bar around the corner of the hotel. This just spoilt our trip to Rome as we hardly got any sleep.