Ratings based on 376 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from a
Magnifique week endPosted Aug 29, 2015
Superbe hotel, terrasse magnifique, c'est un vrai plaisir d'y prendre son petit dejeuner ou juste un petit verre en rentrant le soir et personnel tres agreable et parlant francais . Je le recommande vivement.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
charmant hôtelPosted Aug 24, 2015
Il est situé dans un quartier typique de Rome, essentiellement fréquenté par les romains et pourtant en plein centre. Son jardin est très agréable et permet de se reposer dans une atmosphère de calme après une journée de ballade dans les rues de Rome. Mais attention certaine notre chambre "excecutive" donne sur la rue, et les fenêtres n'étant pas isolées phoniquement, le bruit de la circulation a été un réel problème. Heureusement, nous avons pu changer de chambre au bout de 24 heures.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Bærum
SjarmerendePosted Aug 23, 2015
Fint hotell i sjarmende " nabolag " Gangavstand til de fleste attraksjoner
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New York
Nice hotel in good area.Posted Aug 21, 2015
Amazing hotel in used to be monastery. Quiet atmosphere,good breakfast, nice service, good restaurants on walking distance, even has nice church on premises The only one problem was to find it. It's located on hill road and is not seen on down hill direction. I would suggest them to put big signs on both sides of entry gates.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Amsterdam
prachtig kloosterhotelPosted Aug 20, 2015
Pros: de ligging en het uiterlijk
Cons: drankjes zijn wel erg duur
Location: het hotel ligt in Trastevere. Alle hoogtepunten van Rome zijn op loopafstand
Het is een heel mooi en goed onderhouden hotel. De kamers zijn ruim, schoon en mooi. Er is een prachtige tuin waar het ontbijt genuttigd kan worden en waar je s avonds ook nog wat kan drinken. Het hotel ligt zeer rustig maar binnen 5 minuten ben je in het drukke gedeelte van Trastevere.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kent
Fantastic hotel, would be go back tomorrow!Posted Aug 14, 2015
Arrived home from an incredible 4 nights in Rome staying at the VOI Donna Camilla Seville hotel just yesterday, and wow, what a simply fantastic hotel this is! My partner and I were blown away with its great history, amazing staff, impeccable cleanliness, delicious buffet breakfast and phenomenal accessibility to the sites of the city. We chose to walk every where to experience the most we possibly could, with all the main attractions, the colleseum, the Vatican, the Parthenon and so on, all within a comfortable 30 minutes stroll away and with a thousand and one attractions along the way! We had an absolute sensational trip away and would recommend the hotel to anyone, 10/10.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Stockholm
UnderbartPosted Aug 10, 2015
Så otroligt mysigt, suveränt läge, AC på rummet, behövdes i hettan. Stor frukostbuffe som man äter på den vackra innergården. Rummet var stort och rent. Hela hotellet andas historia och det finns en liten kyrka som är öppen i entrén och det går förbi en och annan nunna. Takterrassen var grym och du ser ut över hela ROM. Verkligen underbart hotell. Kommer åka hit igen.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from N. Ireland
Staying in Trastevere, RomePosted Aug 3, 2015
Pros: I loved that it was a monastery. One of the staff members took us down to see the cellar. The staff were excellent and helpful. It has a roof terrace.
Cons: There is no restaurant to dine at in the evening and the roof terrace only have chairs and a table at the 4 corners. There was no kettle provided free
Location: It is in an excellent location with lots of places to eat. You can walk to most places but is about 20mins walk away from a Metro station.
I and my husband stayed in this Hotel for 7 nights. It a converted monastery and has a certain charm about it. It's modest in it's appearance and facilities but was in an excellent location. I loved the way they provided clean towels in the evening after a much needed shower after very hot walks out in the morning. The roof terrace has great views of the city.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from jerusalem, israel
Nice, different and with characterPosted Aug 3, 2015
Pros: centrally located and yet quiet away from the hustle and bustle during summer months in Rome.
Cons: the numbering system of their floors and elevators unless this is part of the charm and keep guests guessing.
Location: close to the vatican, piazza de navonna, the pantheon, tons of restaurants and shops
we spent 3 pleasant nights at the voi donna camilla hotel in Rome. This is an old monastery converted to a hotel and tastefully done. the staff was very nice. The courtyard where breakfast was served every day was lovely but the coffee was not very good. we realized that coffee throughout Italy was not as good as it was 30 years ago the last time we were there. A funny thing happened. our room number was 500 something. when we checked in, the bellman took us to the elevator. we pushed 5 for fifth floor and were convinced we were going up. our window in the room gave on a patio and we thought it was a high patio. after two days of thinking that we were on the 5th floor, we realized we were in the ground floor. we tried to use the stairs and came up 6 or 7 stairs and here we were in the lobby. it did not look like a basement, but it was. the room was still lovely. the next time i return to Italy and decide to stay in the same place, i will try to get a room with a view if possible.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Glasgow
Great part of town, staff friendly and helpful.Posted Aug 1, 2015
Located in a great part of the city, good restaurants, bars and ice cream. Close to most historical attractions, city is very easy to walk about and to navigate. Great city break had, will certainly return to do further sight seeing.