Ratings based on 57 Verified Reviews
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
Nice B&B good valuePosted Oct 17, 2016 on Hotels
I was in Rome for a conference so was looking for a place to sleep that was good value and comfortable.
by A verified traveler from Cape Town South Africa
Never again, Rome is dirty with litter everywhere.Posted Jun 8, 2016
Pros: It is convenient to the Termini train station and a metro, but I am sure there are others with the same benefit which are better than The Confort.
Cons: The staff attitude, the breakfast if to be included at least serve fresh continental, there is not much can be done about the other issues.
Location: Next to a park and a metro, otherwise not much to see or do but possible to get to other locations easily.
We had the room at the back of the hotel overlooking a courtyard and not the road, quiet we thought, not a chance. Music until 03:30 from a restaurant backing onto the courtyard from another street obviously finishing up after a night working. Then some crazy person screaming from another flat in the area. The bathroom was so small it was probably converted from the original built in cupboard and a tiny shower, every time I moved I hit the water handle either changing the water from freezing cold to hot, or just turning it off. To wash my face in the washbasin required some very tricky moves to avoid banging my forehead on the stupidly positioned rack directly at head level over the basin. As for breakfast, rather not include it in the deal because everything is supplied prepacked in plastic, croissants, toast the works and if you want cold milk in your coffee, it is added once the coffee has been nucked in the microwave at a rate of 50/50 so it is cold when it is served in your room. The last problem was when it came to paying, and this is something that the website needs to learn from. The voucher states 'taxes included' so when I was asked to pay the city tax I said no because this was included. The reply was no, the wifi, TV, breakfast and linen are all included, but not the tax. My response was 'since when was a service a tax?' The staff did not understand my point and phoned her boss, he accepted my position and agreed with me.
by A verified traveler from england
Not bad once you're inPosted May 24, 2016
This is basically a room in a converted apartment. Large enough room with small en-suite. Situated on a busy large square which is only 10 minutes from Termini railway station. A word of warning though. This is not a hotel so there is no staff there. When we arrived we couldn't access the property and calling the number on the bell only got an angry Italian woman. Expedia eventually found the guy with the keys only after waiting 4 hrs.
by Kyle from Edinburgh
Posted Jun 22, 2015 on Hotels
Excellent location the staff was fantastic. I really enjoyed my stay here.
by A verified traveler
Good location, breakfast, Free Wi-fi, cheap stayPosted Jan 5, 2015 on Hotels
My husband and I stayed here for 4 days, 3 nights. We were emailed ahead of time in order to schedule a check-in time since there is not 24/7 staff. The location is great since there is a Metro station 2 minutes when walking out of the B&B on the left. There are some great restaurants nearby (Indian, Chinese, and cafe shops). 15 minute walk from the Colosseum and arches, 40 minute walk to the Vatican. Taxi to some good clubs if you are interested is about 15Euro and is a 10-15 drive. You get a breakfast that consist of the following: yogurt, cafe (or coffee American sized if you prefer), Croissant, bread and butter/jam. The staff is normally there in the morning from 8:30-10am. She was nice enough to let us keep our bags there the last day when we checked out for free in order to allow us to walk around the city for a little bit more and come back to pick them up to catch our train. Free wi-fi
by Annmarie from Sweden
Posted Jul 23, 2014 on Hotels
Nice and helpfull owners, but when calling the b&b phonenumber, we were not able to get to talk to anyone speaking english. On spot english wasn't any problem.
for Couplesby Mary Lou from Tinley Park Il near Chicago
It was a nice hotel, not the best neighborhood . IPosted May 18, 2014
Pros: Close to metro, staffwas very nice, room clean.
Location: Not much near the hotel. there isa park across the street but we didn't go to it.
The woman at the hotel was very nice and very helpful. Hotel is close to metra which is important if you a sightseeing. Breakfast was nice and plenty of it. I would recommmend the hotel.
by Richard from Zurich
cleanPosted Oct 27, 2013 on Hotels
The location is perfect with the metro that comes every 3mins.
by Austin from New York
Small, charming B&B not far from Termini StationPosted Oct 18, 2013 on Hotels
My wife and I were passing through Rome on our way to Venice, and we booked the Confort B&B for the night we had in the city. The place was about a 10-minute walk from Termini Station, which was good for us. The woman who met us there to pass along the room key was very friendly and helpful, even pointing out a few things nearby on a map for us to check out during our short stay. The room itself was comfortable and clean, and the breakfast in the morning was tasty (and generous in portion--we wound up taking some of it with us for train snacks later.) We loved that entry to the room came via a big, old-looking skeleton key.
for Everyoneby MJT from New Zealand
Basic but comfortable rooms in central RomePosted Jun 17, 2013
Pros: Location to sights and transport
Cons: Beds were a bit saggy in the middle
Handily located within walking distance of the main train station and in an area where there were heaps of dining options. We even walked to the Colosseum from here. Rooms were basic but comfortable. Breakfast was simple but satisfying.