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out of 21 reviews
First class hotel all the way. Only problem was late check-in time - 4 pm.
“Would definitely stay there again.”
Decor is lovely. Location great--it's an upscale residential area. About two blocks to subway station and then one stop to Rome city center. The breakfast buffet, included free, is a full breakfast--not just roll and coffe like you usually get. Had dinner in the restaurant it was excellent and medium priced for Rome--pasta dishes about $14 euros. Hotel staff is very polite and some even friendly.
“Great hotel in awesome location”
All three of us (me, my husband, and dog) loved this hotel and its service. I think they cater to American and other English-speaking business people because almost everyone spoke fluent English. The internet is free and accessible in the lobby. When a light bulb in our bathroom burnt out, we walked down to the lobby to ask for a replacement bulb or something and the repairman was up to fix it before we even got back to the room less than a minute later. Also, the neighborhood surrounding this hotel is beautiful to walk through; we did at least once a day.
Hotel was in a nice, quiet, residential section of Rome, away from the crowds. Easy access to local trains and Metro. Staff pleasant and helpful--room clean and bright. Full breakfast, a great way to start the day. Variety of restaurants in close proximity to hotel. Would definitely recommend this establishment.
“Quiet and secure, prompt service”
This is a great hotel to stay in. Staff was a little odd at times but were always willing to serve. One morning the shower hose broke and by the end of the day it was replaced with a new one. Only thing about far location is that tours took long for pick ups and we had to get up at the crack of dawn for them.
“Nice Hotel in Northern Rome”
This hotel is very nice. Rooms not too spacious, but clean and interesting. Good spread for breakfast. Hotel staff a little impersonal.
“nice place to stay”
overall it is worth 3-start prices it is charging. You will not find here luxorious accomodations, pool or a full-size bath. However, why would you: it is *** hotel. Friendly people, all speak english, clean room, clean bathroom, wireless internet included. I found it very easy to get to. 5-min walk from Euclid train station. e7 to get to Termini on taxi.
Away from major attractions but one train stop from Euclid to Flaminio will put you right on Red Metro. There is a supermarket 50 yards from the hotel. A few resturants by the Euclid train station(e.g, a chinese resturant). The staff is helpful. Free internet in the lobby. Breakfast buffet is great. We took a tour to Pompeii arranged by the hotel. The tour operator will pick you up and drop you off at the hotel. For a comparable hotel near attractions you will pay 20-30% more easily. 5 minute walk from hotel to Euclid train station.
“Not central but quiet and classy”
while slightly out of the way this elegant and discreetly run hotel is in a quiet and relaxed residential area which is one stop from the Flammia (Plazza Popolo) metro station. The hotel has small rooms which are fully furnished and a breakfats which will set you up nicely for several hours of sightseeing. It is a 15 to 20 minute walk from the Borgehese Museum and the zoo. And is run with superior distinction by a multi-lingual staff. You knw you are the right place when most of your fellow breakfast diners are Italian.