Hotels Near Antico Forno Cotugno 1954 In Rome

0/50 Reviews
0.35km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
Property Location With a stay at House With one Bedroom in Roma in Rome (Gianicolense), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Colosseum and St. Peter's Basilica. This vacation home is 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Trevi Fountain and 4.5 mi (7.3 km) from Spanish Steps. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms, featuring kitchens. Conveniences include washers/dryers and ceiling fans.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.4km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
We made a last minute decision to stay here and were pleasantly surprised. Despite overlooking a busy main road, the room was quiet and peaceful. The room itself was modern, clean and comfortable. Air conditioning and wi-fi worked perfectly. Staff were friendly, helpful and welcoming. Great location with plenty of bus/tram stops nearby. I also recommend a great cafe & bar next door to the hotel (‘Old Moon’) along with a wonderful restaurant (‘Pizzeria Camiceria Bisteccheria’) which serves delicious food. Overall, a great experience. I will definitely stay here again.
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.51km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
I do not understand why this place receives good reviews. Yes, the owner is very amicable and he has put effort into decorating the place. But it falls short on everything else. The bedding & sheets are cheap and in bad shape, they did not seem to wash clean any longer. Bedding & pillows were cheapest IKEA. Bed was very uncomfortable (it lacked a pillow-top). On their website they claim that they have a gourmet breakfast prepared by a chef. None of those words can be applied to what I was served. The breakfast is not a “typical Italian breakfast” either, as claimed by the manager in a reply to a review. I’ve had one and it looks nothing like the one served here! Le Fate serves pre-packaged, dry crackers, cheap & sweetened orange-juice. It’s all 100% processed food. I was offered toast, it was small pieces of a burned baguette. There was a jar of cookies “baked by Ms xx for our guests” but they were store-bought cookies (there was a pack of them in the cupboard...). It’s nice to offer cookies, but don’t make up a story about how they are homemade when clearly they are not. Its just condescending. And if that jar once contained homemade cookies then change the note. The toilet was not working properly (there was a special way you had to press so that it would flush). The toilet was LOUD 24/7. I could hear it to my bedroom. The bathroom was a bit iffy in general, the shower/bath was dirty and there was no rail for the showerhead. Extremely unconvinient. The room was big and decorated in a relaxed country-style. Nothing bad about that. What bummed me the most was the location. The place I was staying at was very far from the center of Rome. You had to take a tram. It’s a 7-10 minute walk from the flat to the tram, then you wait for the tram and the tram took about 20 minutes. I had stayed at a different location in Rome (for work) earlier that same week and had really enjoyed walking around the city. Rome is fantastic because it’s a nice city to walk in. All sights are close to each other and the city is filled with palazzos, small gardens, statutes etc. It’s a nice city to explore also by just walking around without a timetable etc. Sure you can do it from a distance, but it leaves out all the spontaneity from it if you have a tram to catch. I also do not recommend this place if you have a lot of luggage and are not moving around by taxi (not a great idea due to traffic). It’s quite a haul from the tram stop and it’s not a straight road and there is a long staircase in the middle of the route. It took a lot of blood, sweat & tears to get my stuff up and down those stairs. Plus it’s a moderately hilly area, so even if you are told that it’s a short walk from the tram stop, it really isn’t. The walls and floors/ceilings are very thin. And this is a normal apartment building with normal non-vacation people living upstairs and downstairs. Keep that in mind if you are a light sleeper and want ultimate relaxation. I was woken up early in the mor
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.57km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
If you believe in the saying that "When in Rome do as the Romans do", look no further, this is the place to stay. Location: Superb; it's a Roman neighborhood with, without tourist traps. You'll be among locals plus it's a few meters away from the tram that takes you straight to the Centro Storico. The neighborhood is very nice: there's a laundromat a few blocks away (Ondablu, 900 m or roughly 0.5 miles) and the restaurant next to the apartment (Da Cesare) is not to be missed, but make sure you make reservations ahead; it's a place greatly demanded by locals (and that says a lot). The apartment: clean, tidy and well kept. What else can you ask for? Well, there are pluses: a nice breakfast every morning a kitchen with a shared fridge, a microwave oven, a coffee maker and a kettle. Last but by no means least: a wonderful host: Caterina was most helpful receiving us, providing tips, and assisting us with everything we needed. Thank you very much Caterina for everything! I would not hesitate to repeat my visit to Rome is I'm staying at Domus Casaletto. I can't recommend it enough.
4.9/5Perfect10 Reviews
0.73km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
We were a group of 5 and had the entire B&B to ourselves. It was very clean and well maintained inside and out. The B&B is situated on the 5th floor and has a lovely terrace. The building has an elevator, as advertised and is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood which was safe in the evening and quiet overnight. The lovely terrace is where we had breakfast in the morning, a respite from the hot sun in the afternoon and a glass of wine in the evening. Staying in this area of Rome was perfect for us. One streetcar from Piazza Venetia. Tram passes by the Trastevere neighbourhood which we ended up touring on this trip. Sandro is the best host and deserves all the accolades and perfect reviews. He was the one who arranged airport pickup and drop off for us which made arriving and departing Rome and B&B so simple. He made breakfast for us and took note of our preference for savory options and baked goods. From the moment we arrived he recommended routes to take to get to points of interest in the center of Rome. He gave us great suggestions for restaurants at different price points, always offering to call for taxi and make reservations. From the moment you step into the B&B you can tell Sandro takes great pride in maintaining it and making it a comfortable place for his guests. He goes above and beyond to make you feel welcome and want to visit the B&B again. He shares his love and knowledge of Rome with his guests so staying here does not disappoint!
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.81km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
I like this hotel beacuse it has beautiful room and amazing service.The room has luxury toilets and comfortable beds. I recommend for everybody beacause it’s fresh and I will go back again with my partner next time I visit Rome.
3.7/510 Reviews
0.82km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
Offering modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and air conditioning, Aida Charming Rooms is a 5-minute drive from Roma Trastevere Train Station. The lush and quiet Villa Pamphili Park is about 1 km away.Housed on the second floor of a 1970s' building, rooms at the Aida Bed&Breakfast include a flat-screen satellite TV, safe and minibar. Guests are offered a sweet buffet breakfast every morning.A bus stopping in front of the B&B runs to the lively Trastevere area, 4 km away. There, guests enjoy discounted rates at a partner restaurant. Fiumicino Airport is a 25-minute drive away.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.82km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
Good hotel and the tram/bus stops are few minutes walk away. I took the new bus 520 from Ciampino Airport then got off at Cinecitta and then catch the Metro. Instead of taking bus H from Termini, I got off at Manzoni and took the tram number 3 just outside of the station. You need to cross the road to take the tram that goes towards Trastevere. Got off from Tram 3 at Pascarella, from the same platform took Tram 8. Got off at RAMAZZINI and walked few minutes to the hotel. Receptionist is very polite and she gave us the map and told us where we can get the food and so on. The only down side is, there is no lift available but only the steps to go to the top floors. There is a supermarket closer to the tram stop but I preferred the supermarket(more choice) which is found in front of Trastevere tram stop. I spent long time at the bus stop to catch bus H to go to the Centre but this bus never turned up(once spent an hour at the bus stop). Tram is very frequent and recommended. I did a day trip to Pompei and Herculanium. Left very early morning to catch the 7:00 am train to Naples and then from there took the local train to Ercolano, spent 2.5 hours there then took the train again to Pompei. Pompei has 2 stations depend on which train you take so make sure you get off at the correct station. Leaving from the Hotel to Termini very early means you should take bus H but because of unreliable service I took another bus from the road next to the Hospital and went to Pyramid Metro station. From there Termini is few stops away. There is a good free Rome transport app(Moovitapp) available and you can plan any of your journey by using this good app. Few hours queuing is normal for all the tourist attractions in Rome so carry a water bottle with you. I bought the 5 days pass at the airport which is very useful.
3/55 Reviews
0.84km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
Not very near tourist areas but public transport not far away.10 min walk to tram to near Parliament which is near Forum etc. or bus to near Vatican. Good eating nearby but shop around for prices. supermarket nearby. Accommodation was good and staff were pleasant and generally helpful. Facilities average. Price reasonable.
3.9/510 Reviews
0.86km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
I can see why this place has such great reviews. The lady who greeted us was so sweet and took great care of us. The place was super clean!!! Each day the covers were changed. It was well worth every penny considering we did not have a pleasant experience at a different place we had reservations for. We found this place online and were soo happy that we forget about the unpleasant experience at a different hotel. They have delicious snacks/espresso machine in the front area. The train station that takes you to the center of Rome was only two blocks from this place! And only less than 10 stops. It was wonderful!! We want to go back when we return to Rome.
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.89km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
Rooms are very clean. You have coffee, drinks and basic food on unlimited basis which is great. Public transport directly to the centre is right next to the building. Supermarket & restaurants are within 50 metres. Very reasonable choice for a B&B type of accommodation.
0/53 Reviews
0.95km from Antico Forno Cotugno 1954
We stayed here for 5 days and it was the best place we stayed in all of hotels in our Euro trip. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. The place is near the train station and a few minutes walk to the bus stop.

Hotels Near Antico Forno Cotugno 1954 In Rome Review

4.6/5233 Reviews
Termini Central Station
Perfect location, especially if you arrive from the train station, so you can directly leave your luggage and walk in the biggest open hair museum: Rome! The hotel is very modern and new! The twin bedroom was equipped with all the facilities and spacious and spot clean. The Staff and the property are very well prepared and following the new Covid safety procedures. A special thanks to the reception team, the super funny guy that welcomed me and my friend upon arrival and the amazing lady that was there upon check out. Keep it up with the great job and I’ll see you on my next visit, Ciao
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4.7/529 Reviews
Stayed here for 2 nights. Arrived late gone 10pm pleasantly surprised that the restaurant was still open lovely food. Also offered a snack menu if we wanted to eat after 10.30pm. Very lovely bar and chill out areasThe room was immaculate with a very decent bath and shower. Breakfast was continental but plenty of it. 20 minute bus ride into central of Rome. €12.00 euros ticket covers 48hours and can be used on all public transport. We used the bus, train and tram. Restaurants in Rome all charge for sides i.e. veg or salad etc. Eat in the ones way from the main attractions by a couple of streets. Wear trainers as you end up walking alot and pack a travel umbrella. Stayed 2 days and saw loads Night time was a magical atmosphere everything lit up.
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4.9/540 Reviews
We were planning a stay in a Rome prior to our cruise and selected The Hassler due to its pre-cruise package - a great deal. We took advantage of the personal assistant at the airport and the hotel transfer and felt like VIP’s. Very welcome after our long overnight flight from the US. The assistant insisted on handling our bags for us and getting us through some airport construction to find our driver. All seamless. We spent 6 lovely nights at The Hassler in early Feb 2020. The staff were so friendly and accommodating from the time we entered the hotel treating us like frequent returning customers. We were fortunate to have a room overlooking the Spanish Steps and what a view! A very comfy bed, too. We enjoyed a few meals in Salone Eva and enjoyed great food and impeccable service. Such friendly staff who made certain we were happy with everything from our drink orders to our food. The buffet breakfast was really good, too, with a wide variety of selections and the same service in a beautiful dining room. So many friendly people who pampered us and made us feel like we were the most important people there. We loved their Amorvero body lotion and wish we could buy it online but unable to find it anywhere. Our transfer to Civitavecchia took us right to the cruise terminal and helped us get our bags dropped off with the handlers. All top notch service. We hope to return here in the future to enjoy the luxury of the Hassler. This was the best service we have ever experienced and heartily recommend staying at this hotel. You won’t be disappointed.
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4.5/589 Reviews
Termini Central Station
Though the beds need to be updated, the room was big, and the location was perfect as it was close to the terminal. However, the city tax they charge was quite expensive. The hallway set up was a little confusing at first but not too bad. One hallway was a little creepy though; and the spa seems to open late and close early. The staff were nice and love the rooftop bar.
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4.5/5145 Reviews
Termini Central Station
We travelled as a family of 2 Adults & 2 Children. Most part of our trip to Europe we were all in 1 room, however at Rome we had booked a quad room with connecting doors, and this was amazing for all family members to have a bigger space. Both rooms were spacious, clean, and modern. Beds & pillows super comfortable, wifi works great. In the main room there was an amazing space to do your make up each morning with a mirror and lights, lighting needs to be a little brighter but great to have own area. Breakfast was only 9€ and quite a big selection, both of my fussy eaters enjoyed! The waitress was lovely and kind. Walking distance to everything - we chose to walk over the city as everything is walking distance and you get to see more, however HoHo bus stops are close, and walking distance to Terminal train station. I would 100% stay here again, and recommend this hotel to anyone! Also a mention to the staff in reception, who were very kind with check out! Great hotel, stay here!
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4.4/57 Reviews
My name is David Blanco, stayed with Estefania Soria on December 2019. Read: The hotel is super far for Rome. After hours to get there, i wanted to open a bottle of wine and no cork screws, called the lobby and they told me to come down to pick one up. No internet in the bed, had ti sit next to the door to get Wifi. I left my wallet with my CREDIT CARD there and called next day and they said to go pick it up but I was already out of Rome so I asked if they could send it to me by mail and of course I pay... But no, they told me that i had to schedule and make all the things with a carrier, that they Wont do it for me. So not only thry didnt want to send it to me but 15 days later they USED my card for 200+ USDollars and CALLED my bank like if it was me... UNBELIEVABLE. I'LL NEVER STAY IN THIS IBIS OR ANY OTHER. AND I HAVRNT GOT ANY ANSEERS FROM THEM OR COMPENSATION
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