Ratings based on 71 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Jeremy from NW, England
Excelent location for Colesuem, Roman Fori&TreviPosted Nov 15, 2013
Pros: room , pleasant staff and free wifi
Cons: toast, layout of breakfast area.
Location: idea location for main sight seeing attactions
Hotel was perfect for sight seeing being close to a lot of the sights and made access easy and save your legs for the amount of sight seeing walks rather than expending energy in having to get their. The Room I was in was pleasant and well decorated and the bathroom was excellent. Buffet Breakfast was great in that you could eat what you wanted although not really English as no toast but quite a good choice of food available. For the price I felt this was a very good choice and would stay again.
for Couplesby Grace from London
Good hotel in the old center of the townPosted Nov 14, 2013
We stayed in the hotel for four nights in November.The hotel is little bit dated,but very clean.Towels and sheets are changed daily,extra blankets if you need in the wardrobe.We were checked-in very quickly and before the time by very nice receptionist Luigi,who gave us a room with a view- the only one with a balcony and a beautiful view of Trajan column and the main entrance to Trajan markets.(room 211).The hotel is on the main road,but windows are double glazed,so it is not too bad. Very comfordable beds.Breakfast served from 7-10, very good choice of cold meats,cerals,cheese, cakes ,pasteries, eggs and bacon etc. Good TV reception BBC and Sky News.The hotel is in the heart of old city, so all the main attractions are within walking distance, 10 min to Fontanna di Trevi, 15 minutes to Capitol Hill and 5min to Piazza Venezia from where buses go to all parts of Rome.All in all we had a wonderful stay and we highly recommend it- we will be back!!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 3, 2013
Pros: Close walking distance to most of what's Rome known for
Cons: The rooms decor
Location: Trevi fountain , roman forum, a few churches train station 15 to 20 minute walk.
We stayed there 4 days and the hotel staff was great. Always willing to help.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
policy not friendly to kids noisyPosted Oct 28, 2013
Hotel policy not friendly to kid. I booked a double room. They asked for euro 30 per day extra charge because my 8 year old son travelled with me( without extra bed). After argument, reduced to euro 10 per day for the breakfast. Service of receptionist very bad. Very noisy during night because sound insulation is not good enough, and the hotel is along side main street .
for Everyoneby Anna from london
Great location!Posted Oct 10, 2013
Location: Colosseum, trevi de fountain etc
This hotel is close to everything what tourist want to see! Staff is very friendly and helpful. And breakfast is delicious! I would definitely recommend this hotel.
for Everyoneby Adamski from UK
Good hotel, excellent locationPosted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: The location is perfect, the staff incredibly friendly (and spoke perfect English) and the ceiling in the dining room is not out of place in this city
Cons: The décor in the room and cupboards looked a bit shabby. Also a bit more noise-proofing wouldn't go amiss.
Location: Right in the centre of Rome, all the tourist attractions are easily walkable, even the Vatican, although 30+ mins unnoticed if you take a scenic route
The hotel is in an ideal location in the middle of this beautiful city. I wouldn't say luxurious, but plenty more than adequate. The downstairs area (lobby, dining room) is charming, as were the staff. Right next to a fairly busy road, one can hear the traffic noise, although it never stopped me getting a good night's sleep, and I'm a light sleeper. The room was comfortable without being luxurious, and our family room had a divider between the double and kids' beds. Bathroom is well-appointed, although the shower was almost uncomfortably powerful. Mini bar, but no tea/coffee facilities. The breakfast was typical continental buffet fare with a reasonable choice, and don't forget to look up at the ornate ceiling. Hotel has a bar, although we didn't use it. Although we only used them to book a taxi, the staff were willing to book tours and more. We preferred to walk everywhere - everything touristy is walkable, which is made more pleasant by the plethora of art, architecture and history you can't help stumble across on just about every corner. If you want luxury, this isn't for you; if you want somewhere comfortable and convenient, it definitely is. And who wants more than that when visiting this wonderful place? I would have no qualms in returning here.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Dublin, Ireland
Can't beat location- amazingPosted Jul 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Highly recommend this hotel if you're interested in seeing all the 'must see' sights and like to walk and explore the city centre. It's ultra convenient and well positioned for sightseeing, getting into different parts of the city easily, to public transport and walking distance to train station/shopping and restaurants. Hotel has certain old world charm and the staff are really friendly. It's comfortable and has all the basic essentials but if you're looking for glitz, sparkle and ultra-modern, this is not it. Comfort in a low-key, friendly way with a superb location. Good breakfasts! Only criticism was I wished my room had been hoovered daily and as a single occupant, my room was absolutely tiny. Ear plugs helped with other guests who felt the place was entirely theres but this is not a hotel issue. Do recommend for a cost effective visit to Rome allowing you splurge on other things but you've comfort and ease also.
Recommendedby Darryl from New Jersey, US
Posted Jun 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was nowhere near as nice as the pics made it seem. The location was good but on extremely busy very loud street (trucks etc). Our room was terrible. Extremely in need of updating-bare bones of a room. Literally not worth $100. Very disappointed. But the two guys manning the front desk where great-super friendly, helpful. Without them we may have left to seach for a different hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Rome, Italy
Perfect LocationPosted Jun 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was situated in a perfect spot for seeing everything one should see in Rome! We walked to the Trevi Fountain and Pantheon, as well as the Colosseum. There is a Tratorria called Melo's that should not be passed up. It was by far the best food, atmosphere, and service we had in three weeks in Italy! The Desk person "Giuseppe" was absolutely the highlight of the Triano hotel !!! He was amazing.... what a wonderful person!
for Everyoneby Colin from Manchester, UK
Great hotel for sightseeingPosted May 13, 2013
Good central location near to restaurants, shops and landmarks. Friendly staff.