Ratings based on 312 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Midwest U.S.
Charming hotel in a quiet location in RomePosted Aug 11, 2014
Pros: Staff, location, breakfast.
Cons: Did not have an electric kettle. Seemed strange. Asked if I could get a 50 euro changed. Individual could not accommodate. Do not understand why.
Room was very clean and spacious. Breakfast was very good. Staff was, with one exception, very helpful and friendly.
by A verified traveler from Canada
Great Location But DONT' BOOK IF YOU ARE 4Posted Aug 7, 2014
Pros: The staff was not somewhat helpful however is that what all staff in every hotel should do ?
The Location is good because it is near a road "via vento" This road is very active at night and during the day however, not all italian restaurants are the same quality - so the first day I was there, the Italian Food Authority at least requires that restaurants disclose food that is simply heated up - and as such i noticed many restaurants with the following " * - deep frozen food..." Past that, the hotel is off a side road and very aged. The free breakfast is not bad - however, very limited selection and for those with kids that are picky eaters this will be an issue. The third day I was there, the entire hotel had a hot water issue and no one could take a shower for many hours. The biggest issue for me however was that the "family room" suite that they sell for four is effectively a double bed and two single beds. Assuming there are four medium sized luggage, two adults and two kids, the room demands you leave your clothes in your luggage and step on each other feet just to get to anyway. This hotel should not be selling rooms claiming they are for four - that is simply not the case. If you are open for some more money there are other hotels such as - Jerimah or weston or NH Hotels - etc.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from colombia
Ok hotel but far away from metro stationPosted Jul 11, 2014
TV is tiny and old, room is large but scarecely decorated. Bathroom was huge but worn down. Breakfast is very nice
by A verified traveler from New Zealand
Almost a very nice hotelPosted Jul 3, 2014
Pros: The hotel bar and barman.
Cons: Facilities water, air con, fridge
Location: Park, Aurelian wall, Villa Borghese museum
Hotel Victoria Roma was probably once a very nice hotel. There are grand remnants with stylish though dated restaurant and a nice lounge/bar but the hotel is a bit frayed around the edges. The air conditioning is ancient and can't keep rooms cool on hot nights, the fridges are museum pieces and struggle to cool, the water pressure is variable and sometimes nonexistent and the bathrooms while filled with nice tiles have black patches in the grout especially in the corners. But the staff are pleasant and efficient, on cooler nights the rooms are comfortable, the hotel is close to a nice park and Villa Borghese, is in a safe area and right next to an impressive section of the Aurelian wall. It is a long way from train lines and quite a distance from the historic area.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very well kept for a older hotel.Posted Jul 1, 2014
Cons: Old keys for new card passes Worried about lossing the key
Excellent location short walk to everywhere Very nice staff, everything worked well.
for Couplesby Maree from England
fantastic hotel near top attractionsPosted Jun 22, 2014
Pros: beautiful, clean, friendly
Location: very close to nice restaurants and a walk away from many wonderful attractions with tube stop for going further afield
staff were wonderful, room and bathroom were very clean and spacious, breakfast was perfect - nothing at all to complain of and would stay there again anytime
for Everyoneby Kristen from West Hartford, CT
Close to major attractions and great staff!Posted May 29, 2014
Pros: Location and comfortable room
Location: All major tourist attractions with within walking distance. The Vatican was the farthest and would have been a 2 mile walk or so.
Hotel Victoria was a very nice hotel that was only about a 10 minute walk to the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain/ The room was a good size for what we needed it for, and it had a large shower room (yes a whole room!) and a larger bathroom. The only complaint I really have is that the wife signal was very weak in our room (especially at night- probably during heavy usage), so I would go down to the lobby to Skype with family back home. The wifi is free though, which is not common in many European hotels. I would definitely stay here again if I return to Rome!
Recommendedby Will from UK
Quiet, good hotelPosted May 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very good trip. Hotel was excellent. Quiet location, but only a ~15min walk to more touristy areas.
for Everyoneby Marcia from Chicago, IL
Spacious hotel in quiet neighborhoodPosted May 12, 2014
We enjoyed our stay at the Victoria. Lovely windows overlooking the neighborhood. Our bathroom was so spacious I could have done cartwheels in there. Room size is comparable with American hotels. Decor was a little dated but still in good shape. Our concierge, Nicholas, was very helpful. Rest of staff was very professional. Nice neighborhood. About 10 mins to Spanish steps and 20 mins walk to Colosseo.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Carmen from Tasmania
Good LocationPosted May 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
Hotel was well appointed and clean and in a great part of the city but the room was very small and was quite expensive in comparison to other hotels. Also the shower was located in the room and not in the bathroom, separated by a clear screen, fine for couples perhaps not fine for travelling companions.