Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.4 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby nena from california
hmm, not going to do it againPosted Nov 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
its ok if you are passing by, just so you don't have to sleep on the street...
for Familiesby Garrett B. from Stuart Florida
find another hotelPosted Aug 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel's location is the only thing going for it. It is right next door to Termini train station and subway. The street has many restaurants and stores to choose from. The room was small but comfy. The furniture was in terrible shape. The bathroom was large but the shower was awful. The doors to the shower were very difficult to close. The showerhead was clogged and needed some CLR desperately. The internet worked pretty good. Upon check out there was a sign that said no credit cards accepted due to some difficulty. Thank God we planned on paying in Euros from the start. The website said it includes a buffet breakfast. Not true. It only includes a cup of coffee and a croissant from a very rude attendant at a restaurant across the street. All in all it is not worth the money. Go some place else. There are many options in Rome to choose from. Enjoy Rome, we did.
Recommendedby Bob from Canada
Very GoodPosted Apr 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very Good. It is what you ask for, and what the add has writen. In ten minutes we requested on line via Hotels.com,, and got in the room, with no problems. Yes internet, good location, clean, comfort,
for Everyoneby jaggy from Malaysia
okPosted Dec 27, 2012
for Everyoneby ci from boca raton fl
hotel reviewPosted Jul 23, 2012
Pros: the main entrance an old building just beautiful
Cons: breakfast the guy simply chose some pastries for us without asking what we wanted and would not change
Location: perfect 5 minutes walm from the main metro station
the workers were very nice but did not speak english other then that its a great cheap clean hotel right by the terminal at the center of the city easy acess to everywhere great food nearby
by A verified traveler from London
Viennese Due - very close to Main metro in RomePosted Nov 16, 2011 on Hotels.com
When we arrived the room was semi clean . that night when we came back from our first night in Rome the room had still not been cleaned fully. I choose this hotel as it stated it has a lap top in room with wireless internet. NOT SO . When I complained I was promised the lap top would be replaced . NOTHING was done. The hotel is in a good location and the staff were okay.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Miami Florida
For a Family of 5 on a budget, perfect !Posted Jul 26, 2011 on Hotels.com
We stayed 3 nights at the hotel before going on a Cruise and when we came back we stayed one more night. Is it the best , no but it fit my husband and I, our 3 Teenage Kids, and our luggage, no spare room to walk so it was really cozy. One double bed one bunkbed and a single twin.If you have no humor or appreciation for the short walk to the train, City Bus station, Metro and litterally accross the street from the Airport Shuttle ( 8 euros to Fiumicino) it is not for you. The elevator is a trip( you got to see this) they dont make them like that anymore, again humor is of essence. Breakfast is an Italian pastry and coffe in a coffe shop nearby, just enough to get us going. Across the street is a little grocery store to buy anything you need. The room had a refridgerator so one night we bought a nice Italian dinner with wine, olives, bread, fruits, ready to go salads and salami to grocery prices. The staff was helpful, the sheets clean and the shower good for one person. Tiny but functional, had plenty of soap, shampoo and hot water. I have to say we just went there to sleep. It had a nice flatscreen tv ( no english channels) but we brought some movies for those wind down times and the dvd player of the room worked perfect. We will stay there again, just because we rather spend 11 Days on a luxury cruise going to Sicilly, Greece and Turkey made more sense to us then spend money on super expensive hotels in Rome. Hope you have a great time in Rome and get a cozy small place to sleep, after all it is all you need.
by A verified traveler from OK
Good location, bad shapePosted Jul 11, 2011
Excellent location directly across from Termini. Front desk lady extremely nice. Hotel however not in very good condition. Booked this one because it included wireless internet. However, it didn't work...they also provide an in room laptop for internet access; it didn't work either. Air conditioner leaked huge puddle of water during the night and woke us up. Lots of other hotels in region I would try one of them.
by A verified traveler from Florida
Bad HotelPosted Jun 27, 2011
Bad place, dirty, small rooms,
by A verified traveler from Huntington Beach
Hotel Viennese Due near Termini StationPosted May 4, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is like many budget hotels in Italy: It is located in an old building with other hotels. There was no sign in front identifying the hotel. I had to ask locals for its location. The cramped lobby was on the fourth floor. My room was on the sixth floor after I entered a primary door. The room itself was ok and it included a slow laptop computer and a TV. The breakfast provided was not at a hotel but rather at a coffee shop/bakery around the corner. While the hotel's literature bragged about the breakfast, it was totally inadequate. It consisted of a Cloisant and a cup of coffee. There was no fruit, cereal or any other dishes. I was happy to vacate this hotel.