Ratings based on 326 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
a due passi dai mezzi pubbliciPosted Dec 9, 2014
Pros: il silenzio
tutto bene l'unico problema non c'era accordo tra il personale. alcuni ci hanno fatto pagare il caffe la mattina altri no
by A verified traveler
I would not recommendPosted Nov 20, 2014
Hotel is located well for the University Sapienza but has no restaurant, no English speaking channels on TV, and the bath/shower in room 209 barely deliver any water. This was not fixed when reported to reception. Good internet access, and good breakfast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Grazioso albergo vecchio stilePosted Oct 24, 2014
Tutto a posto, locali puliti e carini, anche se vecchio stile (ma può piacere, e infatti trovo bello l'insieme). Il punto di forza è il prezzo, anche se trovo che l'aggiunta di tasse, e tassa di soggiorno, che aumenta di 20% il prezzo (non bene esplicitato su Expedia) è una rottura non da poco. Comunque sia, a parte questo, un buon hotel. La colazione è piuttosto essenziale e classica italiana (anche se vuole essere internazionale), ma buona l'omelette con il bacon.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Oxford
Highly recommendedPosted Oct 10, 2014
Lovely small hotel, rooms smallish but stylish, breakfast on the roof terrace very good. Metro 100mtrs away and 4 short stops to the colosseum. Cafe restaurant opposite the hotel used by local business people, and a super traditional Italian restaurant Gran Sasso 300 yards away( recommended by the hotel, good food, good host and too cheap for what you were getting, we went twice) . Dont forget Rome tourist tax added on departure. Ps use the trip advisor site for restaurants and you wont slip up, we did apart from one lunch and one dinner , they were the worst. The Taverna dei fori Imperiali near the Forum also recommended , had a great night with friendly owners daughter. Dont forget Roma pass and the Omni pass for Vatican, no queuing and free transport. We did yhe 3 day Omni pass for £75 ,free admission, no queues, open top bus for 3 days and metro, great buy.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom United Kingdom
ElegantPosted Oct 7, 2014
Pros: The staff were fantastico.
Cons: A USB port to charge my apple products and digital camera.
Location: Cotten Club jazz bar and Ristorante on the Via Bellinzona.
Although not in the bustling centre of the City this charming property is well worth the visit, the staff were professional, efficient and delightful. They were happy to help me with any query and would go out there way to find out information if it wasn't to hand. The room was utterly beautiful, immaculate and so serene from the hustle of the metropolis outside. Breakfast that was included in the price was priceless, everything that a hungry tourist like me would need to set him up for the day was there, fresh and delicious. If I were to have any negative points it would be that on my first day I made the trip back to the Hotel especially for the 16:30 opening of the turkish bath and sauna, only to find out that although this is advertised as a facility for all guests it does carry a significant financial charge and will only be turned on if a resident requests it, which could incur a lengthy wait for the facility to get up to the required temperature. This information made me wary to ask for WIFI, which if it was available the password should be given to residents on their arrival. I wish to conclude on a positive note though and say that if you wish to find a little gem hidden away from the heart of a this stunning city all roads lead to the Hotel Morgagni.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Più che soddisfattoPosted Aug 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Birmingham
Nice hotel close to metroPosted Aug 19, 2014
Very nice hotel, friendly English speaking staff, room a little small but comfortable, breakfast buffet a little sparse
by A verified travelerfrom Texas
Posted Jul 19, 2014
Pros: location near subway...very nice breakfast
Cons: staff did not speak English well and were not able to help as much as we needed with directions
good location close to subway.... room was nicely decorated....
Recommendedby A verified traveler
terriblePosted Jul 19, 2014 on Hotels.com
when we arrived, they moved us and two other guests to another "four star hotel" because there were "problems" with the rooms. we actually chose hotel villa morgagni because it was close to a metro station. the new hotel we were moved to was so bad and very very far away from the metro station. the area was very ghetto with tons of graffiti everywhere. we are very displeased and would not choose this hotel again.
by A verified travelerfrom Singapore
Location isnt everythingPosted Jul 3, 2014
Cons: see above experience
I have stayed at this hotel several times, largely because its location across from Policlinico metro is so convenient, and I could walk to where I was working. It is a beautiful building, but woefully inadequate on all other counts. It charges 10 euros/day for wifi! Its breakfast is mediocre, the coffee undrinkable, eg. Its staff is largely unhelpful, with a few exceptions. It hawks overpriced car services. The breakfast room itself is unbearably hot in the summer. The TVs are vintage 1980s analogue screens the size of a small PCs. You pay for a king/queen size bed and get two small beds shoved together with the resulting gap in between that you fall through. Dont expect many romantic moments as a consequence! But perhaps worst of all is the "sewer gas" problem in the rooms. Because of inadequate exhaust ventilation and plumbing, the rooms begin to smell like stagnant water, often with the odor of sewage. I have stayed in several different rooms over the last two years, and they all have this very unfortunate problem.