Hotels Near Percento Enoristorante In Rome

4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.05km from Percento Enoristorante
We stayed there for 5 days and it worth all the money. The location is great, near bus station, markets, Piazza Navona and Fiori. It is placed in a central area and we didn’t have to take the bus for visiting, because the main atractions of Rome are very close and you can go by foot. Vatican is also at a quite short distance from it. The room was very clean, renovated. The bathroom was also very clean. The owner and Grace helped us with everything we needed. A very good choice!!!
FromUS$74
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.06km from Percento Enoristorante
We were excited for our stay at the Club Navona for our last night in Rome. We we got there that staff was super nice and the room had everything we needed, but once it was time to go to sleep it was soooooo noisy from traffic and people in the streets. It sounded like windows were wide open and cars were zipping right by our heads. Traffic continued through the night and the noise from people going out clubbing didn't end until 4:00am. The hotel is on the 5th level but the street traffic just reverberated between the building. Now for the temperature... even though it was only 9 degrees C at night outside, our room was very hot. We tried for over an hour together the AC to work with no success. We even tried googling how to work the remote and as far as we could tell we had done what was required to turn in the AC with no success. I feel really bad writing this poor review because the hotel had so much potential, but we really got no sleep despite laying on top of the covers to try to stay cool and with pillows over our heads to muffle some of the noise.
FromUS$208
0/50 Reviews
0.07km from Percento Enoristorante
In the Navona district of Rome, close to Piazza Navona, Pellegrino 105 features a shared lounge, free WiFi and a washing machine. This holiday home is 1.5 km from Palazzo Venezia and less than 1 km from Campo de' Fiori. The air-conditioned holiday home consists of 1 bedroom, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a kettle, and 2 bathrooms with a bidet and a shower. A flat-screen TV is provided. Popular points of interest near the holiday home include Synagogue of Rome, Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza Venezia. The nearest airport is Rome Ciampino, 17 km from Pellegrino 105, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
FromUS$243
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.09km from Percento Enoristorante
This was my second time staying in Bollo Apartments, last time I stayed here was 7 years ago and my memory of the place was so extremly fond, I went out of my way to stay there again this time around. It did not disappoint! The location is fantastic, all the main tourist sites are within walking distance. The nearby piazza hosted a wonderful market full of local foods and other produce and was a great spot for an early evening pre dinner drink, great atmosphere. The apartment itself was quaint and extremely clean. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I highly recommend staying here and look forward to another return visit in the future!
FromUS$66
0/50 Reviews
0.1km from Percento Enoristorante
FromUS$320
4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.12km from Percento Enoristorante
We stayed in the small apartment that was a short walk the reception desk. They usually close the desk at 6pm so if your arriving late do keep them informed there is a plenty if checking in along with the city tax (tax charge per day) this payment is by cash only so do keep that in mind when budging for trip but they don't hound you for this at check in we paid on departure. Our apartment was stunning the lady (Pamela I think) was super nice and really informative about the apartment and for local knowledge. There is a small supermarket literally 3min walk down street and told us were the bank links are etc. The apartment is very central located down a beautiful traditional cobbled street with massive wooden door. They had a welcome bottle wine and traditional cookies for us on arrival, kitchen has microwave, hob, toaster, and kettle. They provide coffee and still / sparkling water complimentary. There is a decent hair dryer provided and can be plugged in anywhere (not one these ones in bathroom only😁) the only down side that I can say about the apartment is the beds are rock hard, never been on a bed so hard but after full day walking around city sights we could have slept standing up. Vatican city is about 30min walk away and a beautiful walk at that. The coliseum is about 40min walk (these times are if you don't stop at all of the beautiful buildings along the way) there is a cute little market that is about 10mins away here you will also find cute bars for some people watching.
FromUS$155
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.12km from Percento Enoristorante
Have been there for 2 nights. The hotel is just in the middle of everything: Navona square, many restaurants and coffe shops, small and beautiful shops, Campo De Fiori. The people at the hotel desk were friendly and helpful. We were upgrated to 2 executive rooms. The room was very impressive: big and charming. Had everything you need, including 2 bottles of tonic water, free. Double sink, enough place for everything. One remark is aboutthe noise: our rooms were next to the main hotel building, just on the road and thrtefore we heard noises from the outside. Breakfast is the second remark: had many opptions, but the room was small and crowded. Overall impression is very good. I recommend.
FromUS$79
0/50 Reviews
0.12km from Percento Enoristorante
With a stay at this apartment in Rome (Navona), you'll be steps from Campo de' Fiori and 5 minutes by foot from Piazza Navona. This apartment is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Pantheon and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Vittorio Emanuele Monument.A shuttle from the airport to the hotel is complimentary (available 24 hours).Make yourself comfortable in your apartment. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected.
FromUS$49
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.12km from Percento Enoristorante
We stayed here in June for 5 nights . Lovely hotel very quirky, lovely rooms with fridge bed was comfy. We had breakfast in our room which was great , they give you a form to fill in for time and what you want which was funny as I ordered 2 latte . The next morning it came and was just hot milk I should have put cafe latte we were laughing I still drank it . Very friendly staff and room was spotless. Excellent location with great restaurants and not far from everything. I would definitely recommend this hotel .
FromUS$107
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.12km from Percento Enoristorante
Cannot recommend this neat little hotel highly enough - and the staff team are amazing. 10/10 without doubt. Superb stylish hotel, excellently located just moments from the stunning Piazzo Navona and perfectly located for all the sights. Rooms are in a beautiful historic building, views from the windows exquisite, facilities are fab and the beds so very comfortable! The staff team, Angelica and Harrison were so helpful with great local knowledge. We found fab restaurants thanks to them and found some hidden little sight seeing gems, again thanks to them. If you’re heading to Rome then this is it. Thanks guys!
FromUS$75
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.13km from Percento Enoristorante
My husband and I had a very nice stay. Room was big and comfy for the stay. The aircon helped a lot with the Roman heat. Washing machine was nice to have as well. Daniele met us to check us in and was very friendly. It’s right in the middle of heaps of little restaurants. Very happy.
FromUS$191
0/50 Reviews
0.13km from Percento Enoristorante
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Hotels Near Percento Enoristorante In Rome Review

4.5/510 Reviews
Aurelio
My wife and I stayed here for 4 nights in September. It’s basically an apartment with four rooms for guests and the owner lives in the 5-th room. Pros: + the owner is nice + facility is close to metro station + 20 mins to Termini station by metro + for those who like hiking it’s a 30 mins walk to Vatican + situated in the residential area with a lot of supermarkets, pharmacies, local cafes (cheap and tasty) and so on + the room (with green smily face on the door) is comfortable and the bed is ok + AC is there and works normally (although it’s written in the rules, that using AC costs additional 3€ for the night, the owner never told us that we have to pay for that) Cons: - all the doors are very squeaky, overall sound insulation is very poor, so every time you open a door at night you risk waking up everybody in the building - breakfast is really poor: packed supermarket plain croissant, some jam and cookies, cereals, juice, tea/coffee and that’s all. Access to tea and coffee is limited by the hours of breakfast 7:30am - 10:30am - no kitchen, you can’t cook your own food - access to the dining area is also limited by the hours of breakfast, so you can’t even bring your food and eat it there (eating in the room is prohibited) - the fridge is very small, you can’t put anything there - it’s not permitted to drink alcohol in the facility (it’s not that I’m a drinker, but in Italy pizza and wine is a must) - although it’s prohibited to smoke in the facility, we could smell cigarette smoke in the corridor and our room several times - there are very few sockets in the room and modern European plugs (for example for laptop chargers) don’t fit in them. - during our entire stay the internet was down, so we had to pay 45,50€/night incl taxes in cash (no internet - no pos terminal - no credit cards accepted), we had to look for WiFi in cafes and public areas, which was extremely inconvenient. The owner said it was the internet provider’s fault, that the line was interrupted during a storm, and that the internet would be fixed only in a week, but to me it seems bizarre that a provider can’t fix a line interruption sooner then in a week. - our room and bathroom was never cleaned during our stay, the room cleaning is on request for additional 5€ If you are ready to face those inconveniences, the place is fine, but overpriced. There are better options with similar commodities in Rome for less money or with better conditions for the same money.
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FromUS$52
3.9/510 Reviews
Via Veneto
We stayed at the Hotel Oxford for 4 nights in February 2020. We found the hotel to be very clean, staff polite and a wonderful base for all of our travels in Rome. Very budget friendly too and we felt safe at the hotel. The location of the hotel was what made the holiday for us, a short walk into the main tourist streets of Rome, and we often used the Uber bikes to get from the hotel to the main tourist area and this only took a few minutes, but only around a 10 minute walk anyways. The shop next door was brilliant also. We only found two issues with this hotel - breakfast and the stairwells. We stayed for breakfast one morning, and never again. The food was bland and not much choice at all, especially for the price, i would recommend skipping this and purchasing food from the supermarket next door or a bakery or somewhere if you don't want to pay restaurant prices. The stairwells were fine for us as a young relatively fit and healthy couple, and there was also a lift too, but both the lift and stairwells were extremely narrow, which may be as to be expected in a small hotel in Rome, however if you had a large suitcase, low mobility or a slightly larger size, this may be a problem for you and we didn't find the hotel to be very disabled friendly AT ALL, as the lifts very narrow, and in the corner of very narrow corridors.
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FromUS$77
4.1/510 Reviews
Termini Central Station
I stayed here for 5 nights and it was great. The owner and his brother were very accommodating and helpful. The room was cleaned everyday and was spacious. My room had a terrace overlooking a beautiful garden and was a great central location for exploring the city! Definitely recommend for a visit to Rome for one or two people!
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FromUS$72
4.7/510 Reviews
Trastevere
We stayed at the In Trastevere House for 4 nights from 19th January and were not disappointed with our choice. The staff were friendly, offering useful advice for the neighbourhood and key places to visit. Our room was spacious and had a large balcony from the bedroom to the bathroom. The beds were made and room cleared on a daily basis. Breakfast is provided at the cafe on the main road where you can exchange your tokens for a coffee and a choice of pastries. They also provide snacks and coffee making facilities in the room. It’s about a 10 minute walk to the city centre, there are plenty of buses and trams but we found ourselves mainly walking as the weather was pleasant. My only one complaint is that it can be difficult to find. There is no sign and the B&B is located within a complex where you need staff to come and allow you entry to get your keys.
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FromUS$76
4.4/510 Reviews
Near the Vatican City
A discreet B&B located in an apartment building in the heart of Roma Prati walking distance from the Vatican that will make you believe that you actually live in Rome for a couple of days. Just steps from main shopping street and close to subway station
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FromUS$120
4.5/510 Reviews
Navona
This is the worst experience I've ever had traveling over 30+ years. This is NOT a hotel or "guest house". This is a low rent apartment converted to rooms. Dark and dingy. There's no sound proofing between walls, so any little noise is amplified. Was yelled at and mistreated at check in for questioning additional city tax and asking for further information which was NOT stated in my confirmation emails. I even pulled up all my emails to show the receptionist that it stated paid in full. He wasn't able to explain anything, so he put Anna on the phone, who started to aggressively yell at me. It wasn't until nearly 20 minutes later that I finally found general information online about the additional city tax. On the booking site, and in their own notes, it states information on additional charges such as late check-in fees, etc, but NO INFO on the (hidden) city tax per person, per night fee. Also would like to clarify that a "guest house" connotes a warm, family-like atmosphere. Being yelled at on the phone is not welcoming. The white leather couch at the entrance was disgustingly dirty. Once we were "checked in" there was no one there providing any service or oversight. Oh wait, there's cameras, so it's a "guest house". Let's be clear too, this is an OLD APARTMENT (not in the charming sense) in the center of Rome, chopped up into 4 rooms. They are renovated but have very poor ventilation, and as a consequence our bathroom floor and shower was MOLDY. What concerned me the most, however, was that the young man at makeshift "front desk" entered our room and I had to ask him to leave immediately. Very uncomfortable and unprofessional. When I told him his behavior was unacceptable, at first he arrogantly blowed it off, until I threatened to call the police. Suddenly he quieted down. It was like talking to a misbehaved child. Something felt very weird about the whole exchange, and when I went back to the room immediately called my husband to find us a new hotel. I checked the reviews, which we should have looked at initially, and noticed a similar pattern. At first the apartment owner (father of the 30 year old young man who checked us in) refused to cancel our booking, and said his son was "only trying to show us how to use the coffee maker". Total lie, since he never mentioned it at all and my daughter is witness to his entering our room. Creepy experience. Thank God we were only there one night, and were able to move to a new hotel around the corner. I left a review at hotels.com, and you can read Anna's response. It's telling how she bulletpoints each concern with a rebuttal, like it's my fault for not knowing about the city tax, when it's NOT in the confirmation email, and somehow the guy entering our room turns into "showing us how to use the air conditioning". No, that's not what happened at all. I told the receptionist I was going to leave a negative review AFTER he entered our room. I would never advise two women to stay at this hotel
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FromUS$82
4/510 Reviews
Trevi Fountain Surrounding
On our second visit to Rome, my wife and I decided to stay in a b&b rather than a hotel. Turned out that our decision to do so was the right thing to do. What can I say…we loved it! Barberini Suites is a lovely place to stay. It is located in an older building and from the street you need to enter through a portico and then enter the building proper. Barberini Suites location is great. Literally a 5 minute walk to the Spanish Steps, 10 minutes to the Trevi Fountain and another 10 minutes from Trevi to the Pantheon. It’s called location, location, location. Also there are many, many restaurants close by. You won’t go hungry. After you go through the portico, the entrance and rooms to Barberini Suites is actually one floor up from ground level. There is a small elevator to use in order to get your luggage up. Once you enter you will, more than likely, meet Allessandro, who will make you feel welcome immediately. Rather than numbers, the rooms have names, and our room was named Giotto. The room, while not huge, was clean, the bed comfortable and the bathroom very modern and up-to-date. Breakfast was good. For breakfast, you fill out a form the day before and your choices are delivered to the room at a time of your choosing. Definitely order the croissants. They are delicious! Juice, yogurt, coffee and sweets are offered. Enough to get you on your way in the morning. Our first experience in a b&b was wonderful, and we will definitely stay at Barberini Suites if we return to Rome.
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FromUS$87
4.1/510 Reviews
The hotel looked ok at first glance and our first night there was great. But after that first night the problems began shortly after. First of all the breakfast was the same for the 5 days we stayed there and let’s not mention that most of it was packaged. The only fresh thing was the eggs and bacon which were freshly made everyday. Second of all although the cleaners came everyday, they only cleaned the bathroom and made the beds. The floor was left dirty for 5 days and during our stay they didn’t change our sheets even ONCE. The carpets on the halls had stains and were dirty. Third of all, I was locked out of my room one night because my roommate fell asleep and I didn’t want to wake her up so I went to the receptionist and asked for a second keycard. They refused to give me one because apparently “they had already given a lot of extra keycards”. They only gave ONE keycard for each room even if the room had 4 guests. Fourth of all the walls were paper thin and we could hear EVERYTHING that went down in the rooms next to us and in the room above us. And last of all, the day we left they tried to charge us 100€! because some coke had spilled to the floor and it was sticky. And it would be a crime if I didn’t mention that the staff didn’t speak English at all which made our stay very difficult especially because we had a vegan friend and the staff didn’t even know what that was. Only the receptionists knew English. The hotel doesn’t deserve its 4 star rating. It’s terrible and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Stay away
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FromUS$79
4.2/510 Reviews
Appio Latino
Having stayed here while working in Rome , I can only but highly recommend this B&B. The location was ideal for my place of work, and also has coffee shops, supermarkets, and restraunts within close proximity ( metro approx 5 mins walk). Ana the host is most friendly and was very hospitable. Rooms were cleaned weekly and given the full use of the kitchen was ideal for my stay. Highly recommend Beauty Moon B&B.
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FromUS$49
3.9/510 Reviews
Near the Vatican City
If you want the real Wow factor, this has got it all. Starting with a tour through the museum of art and sculpture, the amazing frescos, wall hangings and mosaics are just the preparation for the Sistine Chapel. The completion of your visit will be the breathtaking inside of St Peters Basilica. If you like St Paul’s Cathedral in London, this is bigger, better and full of light. You will need a minimum of 3 hours to do it justice and if you do not want to wait in massive queues then get an advance ticket. Be prepared for airport style security on entrance and you may use camera and video without flash except for in the Sistine Chapel where this is not permitted. Clothing must be respectful, shoulders and knees covered.
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FromUS$44
4/55 Reviews
Termini Central Station
Location is good, the hotel is near the termini station, about 5 minutes from termini. But it is a little bit difficult to find it, because that building has other hotels, each floor has each hotel. In front of the hotel there are many board which displaying hotel name. So you should be careful to see that. Marcantonio’s reception is at fifth floor. The staff is very nice and friendly. I enjoyed talking with the staffs! But cleaning staff sometimes smoke tabacco at the stars and l don’t like that. Room is small but I feel comfortable. Breakfast served at room and it’s enough for me. Overall, low price and nice location and nice staff, I like this hotel! But if you need larger room, various selection of breakfast, you may have to rethink it.
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FromUS$61
4.2/510 Reviews
Aurelio
My family and I recently stayed here for 1 night in preparation for our flight back home the next morning. The gentleman who checked us in, Michael, may have been the most friendliest person we met in our entire time in Rome. He was extremely accommodating as we needed to check in after the office had closed. He helped us with our late check-in, helped bring our bags to our room, explained everything thoroughly, and even gave us breakfast vouchers for the next morning as our early flight preceded the breakfast offered onsite. We had a great nights rest and our stay couldn't have gone more smoothly. I highly recommend Heart of Rome to anyone who is considering.
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FromUS$98
4.1/510 Reviews
Monti
My husband and I stayed 3 times at this lovely boutique hotel (Oct. & Nov.2018). We keep coming back, because we love the strategic location. In the heart of the city yet away from the crowds & noise, many attractions within walking distance.Spacious rooms, clean modern bathroom with bidet, towel warmer & invigorating shower. Beds very comfortable and clean (I could smell the fresh soap), sheets are soft, crisp and fresh clean with a soft duvet in between rather than the itchy not so clean beige blanket many hotels sadly use. large LCD tv. You get a lovely picnic basket full of breakfast goodies to enjoy at your own comfort in your room on a bed table. Fresh pastries, honey, jam, Nutella, cereals, milk,fresh fruit, yogurt, cream cheese. They gave me gluten free bread, crackers, cake, and biscuits that were delicious (generous quantity).The staff is very friendly, attentive and helpful. Housekeeping staff do a great job everyday cleaning and tidying the room & bath, changing bedsheets. I never found a missed spot, or a rushed cleaning. My hair falls all over the place and I never found a single hair in bed or bathroom unlike other hotels. I’m definitely going to stay again and highly recommend it. As for some reviews complaining about the noise, closing the window will minimize or even eliminate the noise and you can close the automatic shutter for more quietness or choose an inside room rather than one overlooking the street but then you’ll miss the beautiful scene and bustling life. It’s a matter of preference and comfort level. Others complaining about the reception being on a different level, I found that as giving us privacy and more intimacy as if you’re entering your own room or living space in the lovely historic building. Also you’re away from constant travelers checking in and out with luggage dragging. My only suggestion would be having a separate kettle in each room or keeping the shared one on the table by the vending machine ( not to be taken into the room) as we had a trouble several times waiting for other guests to return it, in our last stay we had to go to a nearby cafe for our daily caffeine fix. The room does have a great espresso machine though but my husband and I are addicted tea drinkers and cappuccino lovers. That was my only suggestion, other than that everything is great about this place. I’d like to thank Patrizia, Daniela,Silvia,Francesca, Gigi, and all the others whom I’m sorry didn’t get their names, special thanks to the lovely and kind lady who fed me the gluten- free goodies and kept asking if I had enough or needed more, I’m so grateful to her she saved me from pain and daily sufferings.
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FromUS$60
4.8/514 Reviews
Trevi Fountain Surrounding
It was booked three days apart, and the price was quite high at the time, not the peak season, but the location was really good.
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FromUS$154
4/510 Reviews
Monti
The hotel is located 2 mins away from Santa Maria Maggiore church, 10 minutes from Termini bus/train station and 10 minutes from Colosseum. The nearest metro stations are Vittorio Emmanuele (line A) and Cavour (line B). Rooms are very clean, and staff is so friendly. They speak fluent English. We stayed 7 days here with my girlfriend and it was really good experience. The room has TV, Climate, hairdryer and water heater.
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FromUS$55
4.5/510 Reviews
Near the Vatican City
Perfect accommodations in every way. The location is right in the heart of Rome within walking distance of the Vatican and other sights of interest, yet it is on a quiet, shady side street that doesn’t “feel” like it is in a big city. The hospitality started with a welcome email from the manager upon booking, with an offer to send a car to the airport (at an extra charge.). The carfare was about the same as a taxi, but we were personally greeted at the airport by the driver which was quite welcome after a long flight. The manager is warm, friendly, and helpful and very accommodating to American guests (he and the other staff speak English.). The room was spacious, clean, and comfortable, far exceeding our expectations, with a sparkling clean, luxurious bathroom and all the amenities. A simple breakfast, including cappuccino, was brought to our room each morning and we enjoyed it on our private balcony overlooking a secluded, shady courtyard (no street noises.). The location was charming and relaxing which made our visit to Rome even better than we expected.
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FromUS$79
4.5/510 Reviews
Monti
I think this hotel is fairly solid considering it is new. There are some things that could be worked out and I'll detail some in a moment but I want to state that I am not negative toward Glance in Rome. First, please improve your entrance signs so that guests aren't wondering where to go when arriving; I found that Google maps was accurate and we were in the right location, but we couldn't find a sign and we eventually buzzed in and figured out where to go. Second, if a guest is going to be charged a city tax for their stay and it has to be paid in cash, please notify the guest and collect this at check-in, rather than waiting until check-out. Third, please improve your WiFi signal for the guest rooms. We stayed in 206A and the WiFi signal was quite poor and the Internet was spotty. In today's age, having a good WiFi connection should be standard among hotels. We enjoyed the location as it is fairly central to most major attractions and it was ideal for us as we were leaving from Termini Station early in the morning. The breakfast was really good and it was great to have a hot and cold option along with having a cappuccino at breakfast! I might try another hotel option on a future visit but Glance in Rome was perfect for our last night in Europe! Thanks!
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FromUS$64
4.6/510 Reviews
Pantheon
Great location right in middle of city, within walking distance of all the attractions. Very close to Pantheon, about 15 minutes to Colosseum, and about 25 minutes walk to Vatican City! If you are walking to Vatican City, go down to Piazza Navona, and across the square is a side street , well 2 parallel, beautiful cobbled streets full of cafes and shops that lead right to Vatican City? Saves walking along the thunderous dual carriageway that also leads there!! Rooms are faultless, stunning décor, stunning state of the art bathroom? We was in the Jade room, which overlooked the ruins where Julius Caesar was murdered?! And also the temple opposite,. There is a table and chairs in front of the window, which looks out on these. 3 large shuttered windows, so the room was so light. Wardrobes , bedside tables, beautiful state of art lighting with dimmers!! Full length mirror, everything you need in bathroom! Everything looked brand new. Brilliant shower that has 3 different water outlets, one that does your bottom half, one for middle and one for top!! Never seen this before but in genius , saves us ladies getting our hair wet!! Rooms perfectly cleaned daily, and linen changed. Plenty of tea, coffee, bread, fruits, yogurts, ham, cheese, water available all day. And a toaster coffee maker, kettle, fridge/freezer all in Kitchen. Jitu the receptionist is always on hand to help between 8 and 4. The only negative to this place are the hallways . As the hotel is actual on the 4th floor of a partly residential building? The hallways are dark and dingy and in real need of a coat of paint? There is a lift , but is very antiquated, so most times used the stairs!! But did actually use a couple of times and it did work fine, just a bit freaky !! All in all, would highly recommend!!
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FromUS$78
4.8/510 Reviews
Navona
I am almost hesitant to write this review because I want to keep Hotel De Ricci as my little secret and not have too many people come and ruin this gem, but I MUST give this hotel the credit it's due. Hotel De Ricci was a great find! My husband and I were actually booked someplace else and in my search for a cigar lounge, I was directed to this hotels lounge. But when I started looking through their website I was like, this place looks better, and ended up cancelling my existing reservation and booking a suite here. Best decision!! The unique style of the rooms was a great touch, the size was perfect for me and my husband. The service was top notch. The cleanliness of the hotel was on par. It's nice that they only have 8 suites that make up this hotel and it's modern style makes you feel comfortable immediately. The location is perfect for people that like to get to the action but don't want to stay in the midst of it. There are plenty of local restaurants and cafes in walking distance so I don't see the need to get the breakfast package due to the high price the hotel charges (i.e. one tea bag was 10 euros) which is like most hotels. And if you are accustome to exchanging US dollars for euros at your hotel, you will not get that service here so plan to do your exchange elsewhere. I'll admit, when we researched this hotel, I was concerned that we couldn't find one bad review on all the different review platforms. I thought, are these reviews real. But now I can attest that they ARE real and I can add to their high review score. Keep up the great work guys and stick to your model...it works!! And to Tony, we weren't able to do our fruity cocktail challenge but we appreciate your conversation and engaging personality. Blessing to you and your family.
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FromUS$489
2.5/511 Reviews
Termini Central Station
My girlfriend and I arrived here late after a long drive down from the Amalfi coast. On arrival, Giorgio made us feel welcomed and relaxed. He was excellent and advising how best to spend our two days in Rome and also gave us great advice on public transport as well as great inexpensive restaurants to try that wouldn't just be tourist traps or needlessly expensive (especially as we are two travellers on a strict budget). He also tried to fix our AC as it wasn't working properly meaning our room was more akin to a sauna - not ideal when it is still nearly 25 degrees at 10pm. He offered to move us and dragged our heavy cases up and down flights of stairs and through narrow doorways to make sure we were comfortable here. Genuinely a lovely guy and I would certainly stay here again when we return to Rome in future. The rooms are basic but ideal for a cheaper alternative and those who want to make their money go a little further. The restaurant he recommended was delicious and only set us back €35 for two arge pasta dishes, a side of bruschetta, two large beers and a table water. Pretty good for a European capital in the height of August. Thank you for your outstanding service, Giorgio - from two very satisfied customers!
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FromUS$108
2.5/55 Reviews
Termini Central Station
I want to another time to stay there Host was very helpful to advice for visiting in Rome city. It was nearly Termini station to arrive that hotel above 10 minutes. If you want to take metro A Vittorio emanuele 2 minutes. Thanks Martini Rooms
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FromUS$33
5/55 Reviews
Flaminio Parioli
Our first time in Italy, rome was excellent and wonderful thanks to the staff members of the hotel. They made us feel like at our home, they were really helpful and the hotel and the rooms were very clean and neath. Breakfast was very tasty and lots of varieties of foods, whenever you need a help the staffs members will always be happy to help you. the place of the hotel is in a quite street and a few minutes away from the metro station and from Piazza Del Popolo. It was our first but not the last time in there, we will come back in the near future! Thanks a lot for making our vacation comfortable and memorable! Thanks from alina and jake.
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FromUS$133
4.5/510 Reviews
Termini Central Station
Stayed here for a night because we were planning to take the train from Roma Termini the next day. It was so convenient - we got off the Leonardo Express at Termini and reached the hotel on foot within 5 minutes. Front desk staff was very warm and friendly, and gave us lots of tips on where to go during the short time we had in Rome. It was walkable to lots of things to eat and do - for example, we got to the Spanish Steps in 15 minutes on foot at a relaxed pace. Room was very comfortable and clean. We had a lovely complimentary breakfast delivered straight to our room on a tray - I loved the way they let us order, by ticking boxes on a sign and hanging it outside the door (if you are really hungry you can order as much as you want!) The staff were kind enough to let us get breakfast at 645am so that we could catch our early train, even though usually breakfast starts at 7am. The only things that could be improved are that the pillows are quite flat, and in our room the water temperature ran hot and cold rather unpredictably. Otherwise, a pleasant stay.
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4.8/510 Reviews
Aurelio
11/10 stay. Fabio and Francesca from Magnolia St.Peter's Suites were absolutely amazing hosts. I haven't experienced such hospitable and outstanding service in a very long time. Honestly, they went above and beyond to make our one-night stay truly memorable. From the friendly and welcoming checkin process to the great breakfast (Francesca, that cappuccino was amazing!), and a truly heartwarming sendoff, it felt like we were staying with family. As if the service wasn't enough, the facilities were in perfect condition. The room was spotless, the bed was comfortable, and the shower was hot and had great water pressure. It was quiet and very relaxing. I just wish we could have stayed for more than one night! Highly recommended. Thank you again Fabio and Francesca for an amazing stay!
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5/55 Reviews
Monti
We stayed at the Via Cavour 150 location and it was great. Walking distance to most of the city and a quick Uber if you got tired. Only a 150 meters from the metro and great night life just a block away. Lost of local eateries. Simple breakfast nook, just enough to get the day started. Staff was friendly and at your call on the phone. Warning, if you are a needy traveler who requires constant front desk service, this is not for you. If you are an independent traveler who can make your own plans and make your own way. Fantastic place. Don't get me wrong, if you need help, the staff is only a phone call or email away and they were very helpful with check in and checkout, they are just not sitting at a vacant front desk. We would absolutely stay here again.
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4.5/510 Reviews
Via Veneto
We were here from Friday until Tuesday and have had a fantastic stay. The host sent us a description on how to arrive to the appartment before we came which was very helpful. When we arrived he gave us many tipps and showed us the map with the important sighseeing we have to do. Also we were given vouchers for breakfast for the cafe below. Great! We could contact him and ask questions all the time he was always willing to help. We would definately recommend coming here when visiting Rome! Excellent!
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4.2/510 Reviews
Pantheon
Third time of staying here. Booked only a few months ago, so were happy to get the booking. Unfortunately at 14 square metres space, hardly room to move about. The view is still wonderful. On the downside, the lower paintwork was also looking a bit tired. All that said, Piazza Navona is the place to be, people watching, all the action in the Piazza even when raining is a sight to behold. Some have mentioned the breakfast, it is a pain regarding the 09.15hrs start time, but croissants, toast, tea, orange juice and jam, there is plenty to enjoy. We would definitely book again.
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4/510 Reviews
Trastevere
We ended up here quite by accident as our booked hotel had double booked us. I am so glad they did as this was a lovely place to be in the glorious back streets of Trastevere, the view from our room across the rooftops was glorious as was the interior decor and make sure you visit the gorgeous chapel on the second floor. It's minutes walk from the river and from there to all the major sites in Rome and is close to dozens of fabulous restaurants in the heart of Trastevere. Friendly staff and a lovely buffet breakfast capped a lovely stay.
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4.5/510 Reviews
Spagna
We stayed here for 3 nights and 4 days while in Rome. It's about a 12 euro cab from the main train station in Rome. We found it to be a pretty decent and central location for all the attractions in Rome. The colosseum was the furthest for walking (if I remember correctly about 45 minutes..) but we enjoyed walking everywhere so we did not mind. There is public transit close by the hotel if you don't want to walk. Everything else seemed pretty close. The hotel itself is quite large (both room and bathroom) and everything was very clean. The staff is very helpful. It is almost like an apartment as you have your own keys to enter in and out of the building. They provide breakfast in the morning on which you fill out the the night before and can decide when you'd like it as well. Water pressure in the hotel was good and lots of warm water if you need it. Seemed safe to walk around at night time. Also had lots of restaurants near by! Would stay again and would recommend.
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4/510 Reviews
Termini Central Station
We have just returned from a 5 night stay at the Hotel Galileo and would highly recommend for an excellent base for sightseeing at a very reasonable price. We booked a Superior Triple room which was surprisingly spacious , we were expecting it to be a little cramped for 3 adults.The room was clean ,the beds comfortable and the bathroom very large compared to some we have had in Italy! We had a balcony which looked over the rooftops and the hotel's outside seating area. There was no noise from traffic which was great. We did find the room a little warm,as the weather was not cold,even with the radiator turned off and the air conditioning was a little noisy to leave on at night but no big deal. We did come back one afternoon to find a puddle of water on the floor inside the balcony doors, it had been raining very hard and somehow had run inside but not a problem, just soaked it up with a towel . The hotel's location is excellent , a short walk to both Termini and Castro Pretorio metro stations , or if you prefer a walk not terribly far from the major sights. Staff were friendly and helpful, breakfast not very varied but the usual selection and plenty of it. Would definitely stay here again if visiting this beautiful city
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