Ratings based on 58 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Nicole from New York
Excellent hotel and staff also great neighborhoodPosted Aug 22, 2013
Pros: Helpfulness of Staff, cleanliness
Cons: Sizes of the room, they too small ex rm 107 is literally the size of a walk in closet
Location: Eat across the street at Firseria good food and better prices than the Center of Rome Also tram is a 1 min walk from hotel and takes 6 mins center
My husband and I stayed 7 nights, nice experience 6 mins tram ride to center of Rome, small but nice rooms
for Everyoneby Leane
nice hotelPosted Aug 4, 2013
Pros: clean and friendly
Cons: a few more tv channels provided
Location: close to bus as well as several yummy pizzeria's
Was a nice hotel..close to bus service and the staff were very friendly..was only there one night...Room was very small, but was accommodating.. free wifi was nice to have in the room
Recommendedby Rhonda from Silver Spring
Really charming HotelPosted Jul 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location. Trolley right outside straight to Piazza del Poppola,lots of little cafes, stores etc, nearby.. Rooms are very small and close together, so be aware of that..
Recommendedby Gita from US
Lovely hotelPosted Jul 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
We loved staying there. It was cute, clean and close to the sights we wanted to see. Many resturants in the walking distance. Breakfast room was very cute and the food was great.
Recommendedby Chuck from Sausalito, CA USA
Very Nice except the wifiPosted May 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
We had a great stay except that the WiFi was out the whole time we were there. The staff was good at communicating this. When I told Nicolas in the morning that I would need to use their computer when I returned later that night, he said he would arrange it. We got back so late that the third person was on duty and was unaware of the promise. He said "No, and we don't have second computer", actually semi-rude (I knew there was a second computer because had been told that was the one that I could use. I was able to use iot the next day to book a Milan hotel for that night but it was a bit stressful. Otherwise, all the rooms are small (I knew this before based upon reveiws), the stay was fine and the location right near the tram to Piazza del Popolo was great.
Recommendedby Maggie from Gran canaria
Good location sweet hotelPosted Apr 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
I travel alone so the hotel was just right for me clean small but comfy ,very helpful staff and easy access to all main sight s loved my stay and would certainly recommend villa glori
Recommendedby A verified traveler
terrible location if driving a rental carPosted Jan 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
DO NOT DRIVE RENTAL CAR IN THIS AREA!! The streets are so narrow, many one-way, you might have to fight tickets because it's a restricted area (although tourists are allowed to drive there, tickets are automatically sent to all license plates). Did over 400E worth of damage to rental car trying to get to the hotel. Arrived after 2am and the man was very nice and even parked our car for us and took us to our room. Other than for driving the location was decent. Many restaurants nearby. Balcony overlooked several.
for Everyoneby Menon from Botswana, Africa
smaller that a match boxPosted Dec 27, 2012
The hotel is in the middle of town but thats all it has going for it. The rooms are tiny and the bath rooms are tinnier. Unless your going to stay by yourself don't book this. The staff are all not accommodating so thats not much of a help too.
for Couplesby A.Griffiths
Great service, but a bit of a walk to town!Posted Sep 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
Villa Glori is a lovely little hotel on the edge of Rome. The staff were friendly and helpful (advising us not to buy the queue jump ticket for the vatican museum for example, even though they'd make some more money from it!) and breakfast was a good spread. There isn't a great deal around in the local neighbourhood as it's quite residential, but it's about a 20minute walk to the edge of the sights, 30minutes to the Vatican and about an hour to walk to the Colosseum, but for those who don't like to walk you can get a tram or bus too. Rooms are quite small (but ample) but overall, a great hotel!
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Overall good valuePosted Sep 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
Overall a good hotel with nice friendly staff. Room was a bit small but I have stayed in smaller and paid more money. The location is close enough to main tourist attractions, but it takes a bit of getting use to the Tram - Train service so check it out before you arrive. Location / area does not look very nice at first glance but there are a few nice nice places to eat and, also a couple of bars close by. Hotel and location not very suitable for young children.