The hotel is great, there are only 5 rooms in total, it is very quiet, the decoration is new and warm, the people are very nice, and the breakfast is also good. The elevator has a history of a hundred years and is very flavorful.
The location is particularly good to go out to the subway bus, opposite to the Piazza del Popolo, 10 minutes walk from Piazza del Popolo to the Plaza de España.
Offering luxury accommodation, attentive service and breakfast served in the comfort of your room, Casa Montani is set on the third floors of an 18th-century building overlooking Piazza del Popolo.Each room at Montani Casa features designer furniture, top-quality fabrics and a deluxe courtesy set. Rooms are air conditioned and soundproofed and come with free Wi-Fi and an LCD TV with Sky channels.With such central location in Rome, Casa Montani is a short walk from most attractions including the Spanish Steps 10 minutes' walk away.Flaminio Metro Station is right next door, providing connection to Termini Train Station and Vatican City.
The Relais is located on the 3rd floor of a historic building with views of Porta Flaminia, the entrance to Piazza del Popolo. Rooms at this B&B offer elegant parquet floors and a wide-screen LCD TV.Rooms are furnished with unique furniture and fabrics made by skilled craftsmen. Each room features air conditioning, free internet, and a large bathroom with a hydromasage bath or shower.Breakfast is continental style at Relais Piazza Del Popolo. The early 20th-century building is equipped with video-surveillance devices and lift. There is a printer on site.The entrance of the building is opposite Flaminio - Piazza del Popolo Metro Station on line A, and at the terminus of Tram Line 2 providing links to the Auditorium.
Popolo Rooms&Suites offers accommodation in Rome.Every room at this guest house is air conditioned and is fitted with a Smart flat-screen TV. Certain rooms include a seating area to relax in after a busy day. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.A daily breakfast is offered at a café nearby.Piazza del Popolo is 200 metres from Popolo Rooms&Suites, while Via Margutta is 600 metres from the property. The nearest airport is Rome Ciampino Airport, 16 km from Popolo Rooms&Suites.
The Flaminiarooms is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Flaminiarooms offers a pleasant stay in Rome for those traveling for business or leisure. The hotel is only 4km from Roma Termini and 31km from Fiumicino – Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. Transportation around the city is also convenient, with Flaminio – Piazza Del Popolo Metro Station within walking distance. Keeping busy is easy, with Explora, Obelisco Flaminio and Piazza Mancini all nearby. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
Spent five nights here with a family member in a twin room. The hotel takes up some floors of a building and is approached via a quiet courtyard entry. You have choice of a marvellous old lift or the stairs to get up to the fourth floor. There are several rooms available off a bright corridor with reception opening onto a an attractive terrace with tables and comfy chairs where they serve the breakfast. Rooms have everything you would want; there is wifi, lots of powerpoints (adapters are available if you forget), scrupulously clean and with air conditioning which is a must in a hot Roman summer. Reception is staffed by really kind, helpful people who go out of their way to make you feel welcome and at home. Location is really good - close to train (metro) and easily walkable into Rome (main tourist sites like Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Villa Barberini, Villa Julia etc.) shops, parks and you can easily take the metro to the Colosseum or to the central station to get the express train to the FCO airport. Breakfast is a buffet with an array of offerings (cereals, fruit, cold meat, cheese, tomatoes, toast) or they will make you some eggs and bacon if that is your thing. Also coffee or tea. Although you can't check in until 2 (people checkout at 10 and then they have to clean, so fair enough) you can leave luggage there from 10 once breakfast is over. Really enjoyed the stay. Really recommend this place. Would definitely stay there again if I were to return.
Alex Luxury Suites offers accommodation in Rome.Some units include a seating area for your convenience. The rooms come with a private bathroom with a bidet and shower, with slippers, free toiletries and a hair dryer provided. Alex Luxury Suites features free WiFi .You will find concierge service at the property.Piazza del Popolo is 200 metres from Alex Luxury Suites, while Via Margutta is 600 metres away. The nearest airport is Ciampino Airport, 16 km from the property.
The hotel is only a few hundred meters from People’s Square and 20 minutes walk to Rome’s main business centre and the Spanish Steps. Walk along the river bank for an hour or so to the cathedral, and it is especially convenient to go there. A lot of restaurants outside the hotel are more convenient to eat. We stayed here for six days, the old hotel room was small but the health was very good, the breakfast was simple but the basic things were there, especially the raw ham and all kinds of sausages I loved. Unfortunately, the elevator broke down for three days and climbed the stairs every day. However, it is also a good price-performance hotel in Rome.
Featuring free WiFi access available throughout, Domina Popolo offers rooms in the very heart of Rome, a 4-minute walk from Piazza del Popolo. Il Pincio is 1.2 km from the property.With air conditioning, each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV and coffee machine. The private bathroom comes with a shower, bidet and hairdryer.A typical Italian breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room. It includes freshly brewed coffee or cappuccino and sweet pastries.Piazza di Spagna is a 15-minute walk from Domina Popolo, while Castel Sant’Angelo is 1.4 km away.
Myself and Girlfriend stayed here for 3 nights in the middle of October here’s what we found. We ordered airport transfer through the ‘hotel’ 10€ extra than the going rate but thought it would be more safe secure, the driver was no where to be seen, tried phoning the ‘hotel’ to no avail and then the two numbers provided for the transfer, they answered and said it would be 10 minutes, after 25 minutes I phoned back and was told 2 minutes - eventually he turned up after about a total of 40 minutes, this was the only the start of the experience. We arrived at the destination had no idea where to go as it was just a run down apartment block with no signs or directions. We went up a floor and come to a little reception desk for the ‘Rome Central Inn’ with nobody there, we waited a couple of minutes and it turned out to be the correct place. Although we previously agreed an early check inn the room wasn’t ready and so the receptionist put the bags round the corner (not secure) and told us to check in later. We went for some lunch around the Piazza Del Popolo, upon returning the room was ready; we paid the city tax and also the €50 deposit (in cash, I’ll come back to this) and we were given 3 keys, one for the apartment block, one for the floor of the hotel and one for the room. On entering Room 106 which was not easy due to the door opening outwards, it looked clean and was well presented even if a little old fashioned this is about as good as it got; The shower didn’t work properly and was at times cold, the flow of water was more like a trickle also it was tiny with no shelves for products making showering very difficult and unpractical. There was no mirror in the room making doing makeup and hair more difficult, there was a chip in the mirror in the shower room and the door frame was falling off. When opening the beside draws they practically collapsed and were unusable making things difficult as there was a lack of coat hangers. Got bit one night and bled on the bedding, this wasn’t changed although the towels were daily. There was never anyone from the hotel to complain to and the phone was either engaged or not answered which caused worry about the 50€; luckily we managed to get through on the phone on the last day and got the deposit back. The location was quite good but that’s about it.
Suite Beccaria A Piazza Del Popolo is conveniently located in the popular Flaminio & Parioli area. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Family room, laundry service/dry cleaning, car park, airport transfer, Wi-Fi in public areas are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep, including satellite/cable TV, mini bar, air conditioning, non smoking rooms, hair dryer. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Suite Beccaria A Piazza Del Popolo.
Wow! What an amazing surprise in the Eternal City! I have been hunting for an exceptional Roman hotel for the past few years and while I had previously gotten close, the De Russie clears all the bars with ease. From the first interaction with the Concierge, the staff is warm, friendly, solicitous (without being pushy) and accommodating. The staff is truly proud of the hotel and take their jobs very seriously. Dinner in the Garden is amazing! Breakfast in the Garden is even better! The food is incredible! I am so glad I selected this hotel!
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The staff is Always Very kind and professional, they let us check in at 7 am. Room generally clean but not at an attentive eye. Breakfast was good, but no buffet due to covid 19 restrictions. They are Very careful to hygiene in public space. Overall recommended
The staff here were pleasant and we communicated okay, however there was rarely anyone on reception. The rooms and reception are on the 4th floor and you get given 4 keys on your check in, the front door key sticks slightly so wriggle it and it will open eventually. There is a lift for easy access with cases etc. The room was a small box room with a bed, desk, wardrobe, fridge and bathroom. The bed was very comfortable with a memory foam mattress which was a nice surprise! Freshly made and cleaned daily. I do suggest you bring ear plugs with you as it is a very loud area with the tram right outside the front door and building work currently happening across the street, it was not a pleasant wake up call at 6am.. The extractor fan in the bathroom was also very loud. Very close to Termini station which is ideal but the area wasn’t the best. I travel often on my own so I was quite confident walking around at night but others may feel quite anxious. People constantly stop you to try and sell you things and comment on your person. It was full of quite daunting men when you’re a 25 year old women on her own. Definitely don’t wear a dress unless you want met leering at you and commenting on your assets! Breakfast was different.. you pick the time you want it and what you want on check in and they deliver it to your door in the morning which was lovely but I only had it twice because of leaving for trips and it only being served between 8:30 and 9:30 and if you have to be somewhere by that time it’s no good. It consisted of a coffee and a pastry. Good room for a place to sleep whilst you’re exploring but would say it’s about a 2 star.
The hotel is small, the breakfast environment and the room layout are bright and simple. Just the quilt and the towel are a bit old; the bathroom is bigger, but there is no place to put things. We stayed in the room facing the street, very embarrassing. The soundproofing in the building is normal, and the sound of going up and down the building is heard. Opposite the road is the main entrance of the Vatican Museum, the visit is more convenient, not too far to find a restaurant, but people who are afraid of it are not recommended to stay. Hang 4 stars and give 3.5 stars.
The hotel room is not very big, but the location is very good, next to the Piazza Venezia, there is a bus at the exit, and you can walk to the ancient Roman Forum and other places of sight, and the bus can be reached by far. It is convenient to take a taxi to the Vatican, and the front desk can help to call the car. There are also many restaurants nearby, and it is very convenient to eat and go to the attractions. Breakfast is also available. In short, I am very satisfied.
The location is very good, very close to the Rome Termini train station, of course, the scenic area is dense. It is very convenient to go anywhere. We have a comfortable room, the hotel room is relatively large, um, compared to other hotels in Rome, Switzerland is really spacious. We arrived at night, and a German gentleman of a special gentleman at the front desk was very satisfied. Also saw the waiter cleaning the room, very serious. Breakfast is not bad. The room is not so much, the photos are limited because of the angle and so on. Overall is satisfactory
I booked my trip to Rome in an emergency for personal business during turbulent time at the height of second Covid19 wave. Hotel Giotto Flavia was reasonably priced and checked off everything I was anticipating for a comfortable stay. The Hotel management had taken all precautions and were constantly in communication to ensure I checked in safely and comfortably while maintaining social distancing. Next morning the Property Manager personally greeted me to ensure that everything was in order. He was really friendly and was gracious enough to explain the city map which allowed me to design a travel path that ensured I was able to shop from the best stores on a budget, see the major tourist attractions within the first few days and attend my business appointment comfortably. Because of this reason I was able to develop a list of experiences tourists miss out on due to short stay vacations and started checking off those. The hotel was ideally located within walking distance of Termini station which aided in my travel plans. I also told the Property Manager that if I had to avoid quarantine upon my return to my resident country I would need to perform a PCR test. As some of the laboratories in Rome I initially contacted were booked, he continued to check up on my appointment status and hotel management were gracious enough to book an appointment for me at another laboratory. This personal service took most of the stress out of travelling in such volatile times. I requested that breakfast be served to me at 8 AM so I can be out in the city within a couple of hours and the breakfast would be served at exactly 8 AM each day. I would usually return to the hotel around 1-2 PM for a short break/lunch and would always find the hotel room spotless and mini bar stocked with my favorite beverages as requested. If you want to have a comfortable stay with good hotel service, at an ideal location in Rome at competitive prices you should definitely consider Hotel Giotto Flavia.
I went at the end of November. I took the night train and checked in at around 10 am, and luckily they gave me a room right away. But the building I checked in wasn't ready yet, so if you just want to go, you have to wait and the building next door will be right there, so I got a room in the next building 10 meters away. . I don't know how the rooms in the main building are, but the rooms in the annex are quite large for a European hotel (they said the room size is bigger than the main building), and the first floor entrance is a big old-style door, so you open and close it with a real key. It is a pity that the bathroom is very small compared to the size of the room. The sound of the heater is very noisy, but it comes out well, so I turn it off and go to sleep because it is hot when I sleep. It's because an old building was remodeled, so the elevator is very narrow. However, since there are not many rooms, I have never seen other users, so it is not inconvenient to use. There is a gelato restaurant nearby that seems to be a local restaurant. Everything is good, but the breakfast room is in the main building, so it's a bit annoying to go back and forth. It was my 3rd trip to Rome, and I've stayed at Royal Santina next to both times before, but it's better than that. Of course, it is also more expensive.
Me and my fiancée have just come back from staying here. We booked the superior room for a 3 night stay. The bedroom was very spacious and decorated beautifully. There was sky on the tv so we could watch programmes in English if we wanted to. There was a mini fridge and a big wardrobe and shelving. The staff seemed friendly but didn’t speak much to us. They kept the rooms clean. The breakfast was fine, there was a range of foods which was help yourself. The hotel itself was very close to the train station and there was a loads of places to eat nearby. I did have some issues with this place but they were very small ones and for some people probably not a issue for them. Firstly, there was a really bad smell in our room, don’t know why, everything looked clean. Secondly it’s a noisy hotel, you can hear people above scraping their chairs on the floor and the street noise was constant. The bathroom door was glass so light came into the room making it hard to sleep also. The mini fridge isn’t replenished everyday. There was no iron or ironing board in the room, I probably could have asked for one but we had to climb 2 flights of stairs to reception so I couldn’t be bothered. The tea tray isn’t replenished either and they have plastic sticks to stir instead of spoons. My partner threw them out thinking they were disposable but I think we were meant to keep them as they didn’t give us anymore. I think they were swilling the cups out and putting them back because you can see stains where your last drink was on the cup still. They provided bathrobes but one had a big hole in the arm pit area. They wouldn’t have know about this as it was wrapped in plastic. I thought the plates and cups at the hotel were too small. This hotel was trying very hard at being a really good hotel but I think it was missing some basics like spoons and an iron.
if you are visiting Rome you have to chose a hotel that is in the center of everything and CHIC & TOWN is the hotel for you !! just 5 min walk from everything that is impotent to see,shop, eat... prime location ! the rooms are large and clean - exactly like in the pics,staff is friendly and helpful willing to help and speak good English - the breakfast is served in a wonderful Italian cafe just across the street - excellent coffee and sandwiches and give you a chance to blend with the locals. 5 stars for real see you next time in Rome !!!!
The location of the hotel is very good, it is very convenient to go shopping, there are brand shops everywhere in less than five minutes. At the two ends are Plaza de España and People’s Square, which are both good places to go at night. The room is a bit small but tidy, the breakfast is good, and the service is good. The entrance check-in is on the third floor, and the elevator is antique. Many Chinese people may not like it.
The best hotel for all travel services. When you check in, the handsome guy at the front desk will give you a map, tell you the strategy and precautions, and show you the room and access control.
The location is super convenient. It takes five minutes to walk to the Republic Square subway station, 10 minutes to the railway station, two bus stops or 15 minutes to walk to the Colosseum.
Security issues, the sense of security is overwhelming. Opposite the hotel is the government building. The police are on guard. They come back at ninety o'clock every day and enjoy the night of Rome more moving than the day.
Sanitary, clean and tidy without any odor, the bathroom is large, cleaned in time every day, and the living is very comfortable.
Cute and clean hotel. If your looking to be close to the shopping strip then this is the perfect hotel. Also great to be close to lots of restaurants and coffee shops. Spanish steps is not too far walking distance. Breakfast was basic with not a lot of choice but was good all the same. Cute balcony, could be a little noisy if shutters weren’t closed but that’s the charm of Rome. Smallish rooms but again that’s Rome accomodation. Courteous staff. Would stay again.
It is located just a step (less than 15 min) from the interesting cyrios such as Plaza España, Fontana de Trevi and others. If you want to buy these in an important commercial artery and to eat a lot of restaurants from the Ice to restaurants for a good dinner. The hotel is very comfortable and comfortable and the hotel is very comfortable and comfortable. Do not carry very heavy bags because you have to climb a track by stairs to the old lift.
Very good location. Very close to the train station. Two stops on the subway. The subway station is very close. Where to play is very convenient. The hotel room is also very clean. The daily cleaning is very clean. The breakfast is very simple and clean.
We just returned from a weekend to the capital, we stayed in this hotel at 10 minutes by taxi from Tiburtina station. The reception staff were very kind to all our requests, from right to center to the taxi booking for the return, the rooms are beautiful, clean and spacious, nothing is missing. Abundant breakfast ready to meet every need, excellent coffee and cappuccino made by the girls in the bar, always gentle and ready to help my daughter make her pancakes. Although out of hand for non-cars, it is easy to reach the center, because a few meters away is the bus stop that brings you in 20 minutes in the station where buses and metro are going to the center. What if we should go back to Rome we will certainly go back to the hotel La Giocca.
The hotel is newly renovated, very clean, booked triple room, is a large bed, there is a sofa bed, the sofa bed is paved. Mini bar food and refrigerator drinks (Coke, Sprite, Orange Juice, Soda, 2 bottles of mineral water) are free, but they are no longer added after use. The breakfast was great and very rich. There is an open-air bar on the top floor, which is open at night. You can sit down and chat without a drink. The hotel is ideally located for all of Rome’s sights.
A chance few nights break in Rome took us to this hotel on the weekend of the Rome Marathon. We had landed with no plans but booked bed and breakfast accommodation whilst we had a quick look round the city. On arrival at the airport we took a fast train to the main railway station, it was about 20 minutes walk from there. We googled the taxi fare which enabled us to dodge any unregistered taxies, so we used a proper taxi at a much reduced rate to the touts at the station. Hotel reception was clean and tidy, members of staff had an excellent grasp of the English language and quickly saw us to our room. This was tidy, very clean and comfortable with a balcony overlooking the building opposite. Note on the top floor there is a roof garden overlooking the Colosseum and many other buildings. We slept well in our room. Breakfast was continental style with an option of scrambled egg if you wanted it, a very good start to the day. Going out into the town, just around the corner from the hotel is a small cafe selling "Italian Street Food" here we tried our first authentic Bolognese and Lasagna, delicious and with a beer each it was about €10. We went back a couple more times. Visiting the Colosseum and other sites. We could have explored for a fortnight and not discovered everything. After being approached by several touts we discovered that the best way to buy tickets is online at the official site. Our tickets enabled us to visit the previously unaccessible, recently opened under arena area as well as acting as passes for other sites over the next couple of days. This was an amazing experience, looking up through the floor where the gladiators had stood thousands of years ago. Our guide was also very amiable and answered all questions, also giving us time to stop and take in the ambiance. We have come to the conclusion that sightseeing in Rome was an adventure and we'd definitely do this again. Food, there are many nice places to eat in Rome to suite all budgets (ours was small). Ice Cream, gelato, the couple we had were home made and second to none. On booking out day our flight was in the evening, reception held our bags with no problem. In order that we didn't have to take another train or random taxi they ordered one for us which was a set price of €50. This was a similar cost to our previous train tickets and taxi fare combined. We left our bags, did some more exploring then went back to a waiting taxi, couldn't have gone smoother. Journey time using a single taxi was a little shorter than having to go and find a train, tickets, etc and thorough recommend. Just not sure how to get one of these deals from the airport to the hotel. Covid Pass and mask, we were continually asked for these throughout our trip, so I screenshot my NHS pass for their scanners to save logging in every time we went somewhere new. Our hotel reception made us feel welcome, breakfast room staff were all very attentive and when we asked cleaning staff questions they were only
We were very impressed with Town House 62 and would definitely recommend it. It is located on an upper level of an an attractive building (yes, there's an elevator) and the internal fit-out of Town House 62 is very new and stylish. Our room (# 3) was large and had much more than space than many capital city hotel rooms offer. Breakfast served daily to the room was good with plenty of food/beverage choices. The location of Town House 62 is great. It is in a relatively quiet but interesting part of Roma with many local inhabitants, rather than being a tourist oriented neighbourhood. Access to the historic centre of the city is simple with a bus stop immediately at the front door. The Metro station is approximately a 7 to 10 minute walk away. We arrived quite early and stored our bags there. Check-in was very straightforward, and throughout our stay, Jeffrey and Mark were very helpful and always ready to talk and answer any questions we had about the facilities. The driver service to/from Fiumicino was good value at 55 euro each way for two people. In summary, this hotel was a great find and deserves a very high ranking.
The hotel is in a good location, 2 minutes walk to Renaissance Department Store and 5 minutes to Plaza Espanya. The front desk, concierge and other staff are also responsible.
1 The standard room booked is the smallest room on the same floor.
2 Personally think the room sanitation is not up to standard, the carpets and walls are very dirty, this is no longer a problem of room cleaning
3 The air conditioner is not cooling, and the bathroom heating is also not cooling. Hot water is sometimes not available, and it is not for a long time. You can only use the built-in kettle to boil your face.
The hotel is very beautiful and the room is very hygienic. The first floor is arranged for us, and there is a small courtyard at the entrance. The hot water is very comfortable and the bed is comfortable. Breakfast is OK, both are very sweet breads and drinks. The service staff is also very friendly. The only fly in the ointment is that we booked the shuttle bus to the city center the next day. Before I left, I confirmed that the car was at the end of the Colosseum. The driver confirmed it. But halfway through, the driver put us down and said a lot of Italian that I don't understand, as if it was a martial law in the city center. In any case, we should inform us in advance, instead of throwing us down halfway.
I've stayed at the Torino for at least 5 years, and although the staff tries to hold it together, the building seems to be deteriorating. Previously, when alone, it was easier to overlook, but this time, as a couple, the shortcomings were harder to overlook. The bathrooms that lack a powered exhaust fan or a window stink, and the entire room consistently has a faint, foul scent. Housecleaning does the best it can, but opening the door to the rooms immediately offends. The showers have a half-door that fails to adequately protect the floor from some flooding. Wifi in the rooms is almost nonexistent, and for the most basic uses, one has to go to the lobby even for email retrieval. They haven't got the memo that WIFI IS NO LONGER A LUXURY. Their double beds are two twins pushed together: very inconvenient for couples. One needs to hunt to find, and sometimes get on your knees to use available outlets. The rooms are overdue for some modernization. The location is convenient, but the surroundings seem to be slipping back towards the carnivalesque, tourist-oriented atmosphere that used to dominate all the areas near Termini.
The hotel building itself is stunningly beautiful attached to a church it's an old monastery, with amazing views across Rome from the roof terrace. It is spotlessly clean and the staff are very friendly and welcoming. The rooms all have a television and air conditioning, unlimited supply of breakfast goods. A few downsides but not enough to make me not want to stop there again. No tea or coffee facilities in the room which means once breakfast is finished you have to go downstairs to the entrance area to buy tea and coffee from a coffee machine. Did find I had to ask for an extra blanket as it got quite chilly one evening and the bed only had one very thin blanket on it. The room we stayed in unfortunately had a sulphuric eggy smell from the bathroom which was quite overpowering at first, I have since googled it and it's not dangerous just very smelly, the staff were very accommodating and offered us another room however we found the same smell in another room so decided to stay where we were instead of the upheaval. Breakfast consisted mainly of bread, cakes and pastries but there was also yoghurts and fruit. Approximately 30 minutes walk to the Colosseum. some lovely restaurants, a market and a beautiful park with a dog area very close by. However if you want to buy food to take in you really need to pick it up on the way back to the hotel as there are no shops close by. I would definitely stay again though.
I stayed at the Hotel San Valentino for a week while vacationing in Rome. The staff is professional, friendly, and very helpful. I received many good ideas for restaurants and transportation from them. My room was clean and spacious; housekeeping was always on top of things and friendly. The TV and air conditioning were stellar, and the room had a small refrigerator and safe. Next door to the hotel is a nice little neighborhood cafe that I loved, and restaurants and pizzerias of various caliber and price are scattered around the vicinity. The entire area feels more like “normal” Rome than “tourist” Rome, which I found appealing. The hotel is one small block away from the Lepanto Metro stop. I regularly hopped on the Metro and traveled a few stops to have lunch or dinner near the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, even Piazza de Popolo. (Still can’t figure out why Piazza de Popolo isn’t packed with tourists, btw; Santa Maria de Popolo Church is gorgeous, and a few Euros will get you a quick snack or lunch of arancini at nearby cafes.) San Valentino’s proximity to the Metro station is only one of its conveniences. A front desk staff member was kind enough to point out a city bus line that stops at about the same location as the Lepanto Metro stop; I used the bus to get to the center of Trastevere for 1.5 Euro. In addition, the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica aren’t far by foot. I’m a bit decrepit, so it felt like a long slog, but I made the hike at least twice, so it’s do-able. (You can travel from the Lepanto Metro stop to the Ottaviano stop, which cuts the distance to the Vatican a bit, but I didn’t feel it was worth 1.50E to travel one quick subway stop.) For the record, the San Valentino is adhering to Italy’s strict covid protocols. You’ll be able to pick out the hotel’s entrance from the end of the block by spotting the hand sanitizer that sits on a little stand just outside the door.
The hotel is centrally located, easy access (walking distance) to most of historical sites. Staffs were friendly, rooms were clean. Recommend this hotel to major attractions can be reached on foot. Room was clean and hotel staff were friendly. Something stayed in the hotel on the day of departure, they were very enthusiastic to arrange a post to our next tourist city, thanks 🙏
The breakfast is very rich, typical Western breakfast, with fruits, drinks, coffee, bread, ham slices and more. Because I was mentally prepared in advance, I felt that the room was bigger than I expected, and the bathroom was OK. The bath room and elevator are very small. Western friends say that here, to measure the star rating of the hotel, you will know when you look at the elevator. It is no wonder that this hotel can only count 3 stars. The room was neat and tidy. In the morning, some tips were placed on the table and people were confiscated. Check out at 11pm at the latest, it is a bit early to go to the airport. A tax of EUR 6 per night will be charged at check-out. This hotel is very close to Plaza de España and it will not take long to walk. The front desk of the hotel is a gentleman, and each time you go out, you can hand over the keys to the front desk.
Excellent and kindness services, clean and tidy room, I recommend it to people who need to go to Rome for whatever reason and don't want to spend excessively on the hotel. An original idea, an old school for nuns in the heart of San Lorenzo, where the Universidade della Sapienzia is located, and for that reason, a lively place for young students, bars, cafes, restaurants and the academic world.
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