Hotels Near Sesto Quarto In Rome

4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.08km from Sesto Quarto
I’m not normally one to write a review on a hotel, but everyone who is thinking about booking this hotel should keep this in mind. Hotel Kent is in a wonderful location, about a 15/20 minute walk into the centre of Rome, it had great restaurants near. (Piccolo diavolo pizza and grill is a must try- just a 2 minute walk from the hotel). It had a MacDonald’s near and a bowling centre across the road which was great for things to do in the evening. The hotel itself however, was not a nice stay at all. Considering we only wanted a base to explore Rome, it still certainly wasn’t pleasant. Upon arrival, we were greeted by the receptionist who said that he needed our passports. We handed them over and he said to come back in about 10 minutes to get them. After checking our room out we returned to reception to discover the receptionist had actually lost our passports. He couldn’t speak any English so was having to call his friend who could speak a bit of English, to let us know he had given them to another English couple who had left with our passports. We eventually got them back,but not exactly what anyone needs, especially when all you have to do is check that you are giving the correct passport to someone. So just a tip, stay at reception whilst they are checking your passports, just to make sure that the most important item of your belongings is not handed out willy nilly like ours were! The room was okay, very simple. It looked very clean until we discovered on our last day that we were infested with bugs under our bed that were walking across our floor. The walls were very thin, you could here next doors TV as clear as day light. When we were checking out, we told the receptionist that we did not have a pleasant stay at all, he then pretended he didn’t understand us, but was quick enough to charge us the tax bill!
FromUS$43
3.8/512 Reviews
0.15km from Sesto Quarto
In addition to being a little far from the train station, it is about 20 minutes, the other is good, the 500-story suite is great value, and it is free for several days. The staff are very warm
FromUS$54
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.16km from Sesto Quarto
Our stay started off very badly.the shuttle bus arrived late at the "hotel" incurring us in financial experience, we were shown to our room.The Quo Vadis is not an "Inn" or indeed a "Hotel" it is a set of apartments in a building.The air conditioner had broken and a free standing air conditioner was standing in the middle of the room,the extractor pipe went out through a hole in the window,secured by duct tape. The power supply was connected to an extension lead from the bedside light socket, insulated with transparent sticky tape !!.The furniture was "utility". The photos of the rooms in the Expedia advert bore no resemblance to the room we were given. When we raised our concerns with Quo Vadis management they were most helpful and changed our apartment to a much better one in another building. Expedia after several Emails finally acknowledged their error and offered us a £50.00 voucher as compensation. To summarise,if you book a room in Quo Vadis examine the photo and details of the appartment and make sure you get what you pay for.
FromUS$52
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.16km from Sesto Quarto
The room is okay, the shower room is too small and the water is not flowing
FromUS$49
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.17km from Sesto Quarto
In Oct 2019, I spent one week at La Breccia a Porta Pia. My intention was to be away from the tourist crowd but still close enough to visit all the amazing sites in Rome. Mr. Giuseppe, his son Davide and his daughter Veronica were so welcoming, such nice hosts, always asking me if everything was fine with a nice smile. Do not expect a 5-Star hotel. This is a B&B place with no doorman, but it is of a great value for what you pay versus what you get: excellent and safe location with a continental cafe served daily in the morning, local restaurants, cafes, supermarket, pharmacy, art gallery, ice cream & gelato store, fruit kioski and the bus and tram stops just around the corner. You can also find a laundry just about 1 1/2 block, the Policlinico subway stop about 10-min walk and much more. I felt myself like living in Rome as a local! I loved staying at La Breccia a Porta Pia and will stay again there during my next trip to Rome.
FromUS$70
3.9/510 Reviews
0.18km from Sesto Quarto
I booked it based on good review here but I am not surprised on what we had to deal with. We stayed there in Oct 2018. The location is pretty good. Just 10 minutes walk to the Trevi Fountain and the area around it which is nice. I had multiple issues with the property and its staff. 1 ) The shower drain was clogged and the shower itself was loose and broken. I notified the onsite staff. He tried to unclog it with no success and he said that no plumber would come to fix it on Sunday. I am not sure, why they did not fix it prior to our arrival if they knew, they could not find anyone over the weekend! We stayed two nights over there and it was very inconvenience 2 ) The picture on the site is their biggest room. The one, we got had a window facing a back room of the restaurant which was noisy. The window did not have any net and i was dealing with bugs all night. 3) The staff has a number for emergency, which they are not responding to. I asked them to clean the room and I got no response. He told me that they wont clean the room after 10 am at the time of check-out. The other facts that you should know. It might or might not important to you. - You get one key so as a couple, you will have an issue coordinating if you decided to depart for sometime. - It is called B&B and even I knew breakfast is not included, I thought that you have an option to request. This property is super small so they dont even have the space to serve anything. - The staff did not accept the credit card. I had to pay the tourist tax in cash even though they have credit card reader machine there!! - Not a friendly staff in general. (I wont call him here but it starts with D) I will post the real pictures to TripAdvisor to assure, other visitors can make an inform decision when they book. I am surprised by the rating on TripAdvisor..
FromUS$60
4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.2km from Sesto Quarto
Not bad, there is a small balcony
FromUS$36
4.1/5Very Good15 Reviews
0.23km from Sesto Quarto
Offering a sauna and fitness centre, Dolce Luxury Rooms is located in Rome in the Lazio Region, 1.1 km from Villa Torlonia.Every room has a flat-screen TV. Certain units have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. Dolce Luxury Rooms features free WiFi throughout the property.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.Villa Borghese is 1.2 km from Dolce Luxury Rooms, while Piazza Barberini is 1.2 km away. Rome Ciampino Airport is 15 km from the property.
FromUS$152
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.24km from Sesto Quarto
The hotel is located about 15 mins walk from Termini station in a safe and quiet part of Rome that seems to be a mixture of residential and consulate buildings. Staff can be contacted via WhatsApp as I don't think the reception area is always manned by someone. Best advise them of your arrival time in advance. I stayed in a deluxe room on the third floor and it was quite nicely decorated and equipped. Good aircon, nice bathroom and common area outside the room where you help yourself to simple breakfast supplies as you like. They offer cereal, packaged croissants, crisp bread, jams, fruit and juices along with tea and coffee. Not a wonderful choice but certainly good enough to get the day started. The room is clean and modern but the building is a typical older style residential style building with an old fashioned lift. The only negatives were shower pressure, distance from city centre and the shower holder wasn't working properly. Apart from that it was a pleasant enough stay.
FromUS$54
1.8/512 Reviews
0.24km from Sesto Quarto
This was a great home away from home. knowing I had a safe place to leave my stuff and get a good warm breakfast was worth more than what we paid for. It was clean with a friendly staff. The Location was amazing. we were in walking distance to everything we wanted to see and never wasted a dime on transport. the staff also was super informative telling us the best locations and the easiest way to get there. I feel like many travelers are use to 5 star hotels where it's like a movie set. this wasn't the prettiest place but it was clean safe and comfortable. if you need a place to rest your head and get to know the real city this is the place for you.
FromUS$40
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.25km from Sesto Quarto
Only booked this for a base until a late flight so were could relax and freshen up. Got a very nice welcome. It's quirky being on the 5th floor of a block but don't let that put you off. Was very impressed by the quality of the room. Very clean and comfortable bath with a shower and separate cubicle. There's a mini fridge in the room for you to stock up. There is a supermarket the next block down and a lovely food market at the back of the hotel. Tea and coffee is available just by the reception desk At such a cheap price I'd have no hesitation in staying here again for its location, quality and price
FromUS$85
3.2/510 Reviews
0.25km from Sesto Quarto
Set 700 metres from Rome’s Castro Pretorio Metro, The Fitzroy Allegria offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The Policlinico Hospital is 10 minutes’ walk from the property.Rooms at the Fitzroy include a flat-screen TV and a wardrobe. The private bathroom has a hairdryer and free toiletries.Villa Borghese can be reached on foot in 15 minutes.
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Hotels Near Sesto Quarto In Rome Review

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$93
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$43
4.6/510 Reviews
Near the Vatican City
The host was the nicest person I met in Rome so far. Nicola is a great guy. The apartment was fantastic. Lots of room, the kitchen was fully stocked for us. We will stay again here again for sure. A must stay place.
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FromUS$81
4.9/515 Reviews
Spagna
It is the most satisfying hotel in my European travel for more than ten days. The decoration is very delicate and the breakfast is very delicate! I like it very much, shopping is very convenient, and all the snacks and drinks in the mini bar will not be charged extra.
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FromUS$646
4.8/514 Reviews
Navona
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 🙏
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FromUS$260
5/57 Reviews
This hotel is in the San Lorenzo neighbourhood, which is a 20 minute walk from Roma Termini. Upon arrival I was met with welcoming staff who were very responsive and polite. The woman at the desk gave lots of advice about transport routes, shopping and attractions which was extremely helpful. I was in a wonderful, spotlessly clean room with a modern interior. My bed was very comfortable and the bathroom was impeccably clean. There was storage for clothes and a safe for valuables. Opposite the bed there was a large SMART TV with free WiFi (very fast) which is a brilliant feature. It was wonderful to be able to come back after a long day walking around Rome, to wind down to a movie. The option of air conditioning/heating control was great. There was no view from the window (as expected, given the location). But do not be put off by this! The hotel is in a fairly quiet area, which offers a better nights sleep compared to busier, more central hotels (right next to Termini for example). I had the breakfast buffet which had mostly continental options with limited options for vegetarians/vegans. I was disappointed that the only hot food available for vegetarians was scrambled eggs, but I am sure that the hotel would be able to accommodate dietary requirements upon request (as stated on their website). I was not too bothered as the selection of pastries and breads made up for this! Overall, I would not hesitate to book a room with this group again. I highly recommend this place is you are visiting Rome. I have no real complaints!
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FromUS$44
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$65
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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FromUS$107
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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FromUS$69
4.8/510 Reviews
Trastevere
Residenza delle Arti is located in the Travestere section of Rome. The rooms are large and well furnished and the bathroom is modern and good sized. The continental breakfast is self-serve with beverages, fruit, cereal, yogurt, pastries and bread. Coffee and tea available all hours. The location is convenient to most all the major sights in Rome. The forum, Coliseum, Pantheon, Piazza Navonna, Piazza Venezia, etc are all within easy walking distance. There are also many excellent restaurants in Travestere. Residenza can easily be reached from the Rome airport by an easy train/tram combination trip that takes about 45 minutes. The hotel is a very short walk from the tram stop. The stay was made even more enjoyable by our host, Renato. He explained what the facilities offered, provided a map and list of restaurants in the area that former guests had recommended. He genuinely wanted us to enjoy our stay and we certainly did.
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FromUS$129
4.5/510 Reviews
Via Veneto
Our family of 6 stayed at this boutique hotel for four nights during our trip to Italy last summer. We chose this hotel based on its location and amenities and we were not disappointed. The hotel is situated on a quiet street near Barbarini Square which has a metro stop and taxi stand. It is a ten minute walk to the Spanish Steps and Trevi fountain. The hotel itself is beautiful and modern. The rooms are larger than rooms we stayed in other hotels while on our trip with nice bathrooms and very comfy beds. The rooms were quiet due to its location and excellent soundproofing between rooms. The breakfasts were in the lower section of the hotel with indoor and outdoor seating. The food was good and we never had to wait for a table. We particularly enjoyed the rooftop bar where we would gather for drinks before heading out to dinner. The staff at the hotel were both helpful and friendly. One of our daughters left her retainer in the room and the hotel staff found it and shipped it back to the United States along with a few other items we had left and not realized. One downside was in the evenings the front desk struggled to get us taxis to get to our dinners. Sometimes we would have to wait 30 minutes. The staff tried their best to get them, but they just had a hard time getting them there. I am not sure if it was because of the location of the hotel or if it is just difficult to get taxis at that time of day. Overall, this was an exceptional stay for us and would definitely stay here again.
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FromUS$172
4/55 Reviews
Pantheon
Like so much of Rome the outside of a building gives so little by way of a clue as to what’s inside. This is an amazing building on the inside. How it was ever built is beyond understanding without the tools available today. A feast for the eyes. We would have liked to have been inside when it’s raining to see what happens though.
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FromUS$144
5/55 Reviews
Navona
The Navona Grand Suite is a perfect place to stay whilst in Rome. 10mins walk to Piatza Navona and 10mins to the Pantheon. Just out of the hustle and bustle of all the tourists. Great places to eat round the corner from the hotel. The building was in the film Eat pray love. To find the suites there is a large grey door between della Portugese and della Orzo. The sites are access behind the door, use the intercom on the left. We will definitely book here again as we felt more like locals than tourists. The rooms are quiet and spacious, towels changed daily and all staff very friendly.
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FromUS$129
5/511 Reviews
Spagna
FENDI's first concept hotel in the world is more like a lifestyle experience hall. A full set of Fendi Casa, Karl Lagerfeld photography works, unique lamps, fur stitching, artwork... Because the hotel has only 7 suites, and they are all located on the same floor, it feels more at home, and the public space is more like a big house The living room, corridor, living room...a bit of living under the same roof, the decoration details are very exquisite, and it beats the Armani hotel🤘 The only problem is that there are no children's slippers, toothbrushes, etc., the bar on the top floor is like a nightclub, and children are not allowed to enter...
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FromUS$516
4.1/510 Reviews
Pantheon
The property and host are amazing. Beautiful, cozy and luxurious rooms, comfort and pleasure of stay guaranteed. We stayed in a double room with a balcony with view on the Pantheon's roof. Beautiful room colors, decorations, good equipment (wardrobe, TV, kettle). Nice bathroom with travertine walls. A very comfortable bed. Breakfast was very tasty and consisted of sweetness but also Italian meats, cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, yoghurts, jams etc. Although we spent only one night in this hotel, it was a nice experience. The location is amazing, only a few steps from the Pantheon, but the street is quiet.. Most importantly, the entire check-in process was efficient, quick and the host very nice and professional. Thank you for the conversation and next time we will see you in Sardinia :)
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FromUS$204
4.6/510 Reviews
Spagna
Always a debate to stay in a hotel or in an apartment. In case of Rome, we decided to stay in this apartment, and we never regret. Owners always ready to help you with your inquiry. Good breakfast, excellent coffee, and small kitchen with few pans and pots, so you can cook for yourself. We did it. Like anywhere in Rome, if you are a light sleeper, ask for an apartment at the higher floor. Very unique even for Rome hotels, card reader to your room. You always feel safe and private. No problem with wi-fi. I recommend it, and if we visit Rome again we will stay there. Close to metro station. 5 min to Via del Corso, famous prestigious boutique center. Walking distance to places like Fontana di Trevi, Spanish Steps, nice walking through Rome to Piazza Navone and/or Pantheon. Many off touristy pizzeria, local small “deli”, and restaurants.
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FromUS$90
4.1/510 Reviews
Trevi Fountain Surrounding
The location is fantastic. The staff were wonderful and helpful. The room was nothing like what was advertised, which I always have problems with, but in this case this was not in a bad way! The room was nice, decorated lovely. It was big, very clean and from the window when opened you can see the side of Trevi Fountain. We had a jacuzzi bath in the corner, which was a nice surprise! There was a kettle for hot water or tea and a small fridge. There was a large tele and a safe. When we required an iron , the office staff provided immediately. The towels were a nice size and replaced daily. The large comfortable bed was made up daily for us. There was heat/air con easy to adjust as required. The bathroom was large and very well appointed. There was keyless entry and exit to the room. The staff made check out easy and even kept our bags for us for a few hours as we were not flying to evening. Lovely friendly and helpful making it a pleasure to stay here. Improvements: there was a bit of mould on the ceiling in the bathroom, and the shower door was not fitted properly which made the water fall out onto the floor sometimes. Not a problem for us but just to note leave towels on floor so you will not slip. I also felt a tad unsafe as there was no interior locking mechanism for when we were in the room (which is standard in every place globally I have ever stayed). We didn’t sleep well without the comfort of an interior locking mechanism for our own protection. To note this room, while perfect for most , is not for disabled or elderly as there are narrow steps up to it; so you should note to owner if this may be a problem for you. I saw that the owners have several rooms of varying types in this building and they might be better suited.
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FromUS$77
4.3/510 Reviews
Navona
Very good location- close to Vatican and the fountain. Not super close to the main station though (40 minute walk) but a bus station was right outside The continental breakfast was really nice- good assortment of different foods. They have a nice balcony you can eat on. The doors were initially a bit hard to open but after a few tries you get the hang of it The front desk person is not there most of the time. We only saw her at breakfast so if you really need something it will take some effort The room was clean and nice. Good ac. The mural on the ceiling was interesting Would stay again!
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FromUS$96
4/55 Reviews
San Giovanni
I stay here for 2 nights. All was very good. Clean, quite, easy to access. Just 50 mt from metro station. 15 mn by walk from Colosseum. There are many restaurants, markets, clothes stores around. I was need to go to airport by myself so after 20 min i was sitting at Leonardo train going to airport. So very close to everywhere. Also. safe area to walk along very early or very late time. Totally recommend 💚
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FromUS$54
4.5/510 Reviews
Nomentano
Amazing accommodation in a great roman district, making you *almost* feel like a local. Rooms are superbly designed, modern, extremely clean and cater all essential needs. Luxurious feel to the rooms proper to high standard boutique hotels. Very warm welcome by Rocco. Travelled as a couple and stayed 4 nights for leisure. We were very pleased with our stay. Just a few minutes walking distance from Villa Borghese. Will be recommending to our family and friends, and are definitely looking forward to staying there again on our future trips to Rome.
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FromUS$75
5/55 Reviews
Spagna
My wife and I usually stay at hotels one price class below Vilon, but after 3 months in Covid lock-down we wanted to splurge on a truly exclusive experience while on a city trip to Rome in June 2020. We were not disappointed. We spent 3 nights at Vilon and everything was perfect - the interior decoration of the room and dining areas (tasteful and timeless, with a lovely breakfast room and interior court yard, mid-century furniture, plants and art everywhere), the location (within walking distance of the Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps, Borghese park) and perhaps most of all the excellent service (exceedingly attentive, polite, friendly and knowledgeable). Breakfast was lovely and dinner at the restaurant (Adelaide) the best meal we had while in Rome, and reasonably priced. We hope to come back to Rome soon - we were not able to visit the Colosseum and Vatican Galleries this time as tickets were in limited supply due to Covid - and will definitely stay at Vilon again when we do. A big thank you to all the staff for making our stay so special.
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FromUS$584
5/511 Reviews
Trevi Fountain Surrounding
Hotel location is very good, in the center of Rome, about 50 meters from the famous Trevi Fountain, to Venice Square, Colosseum, Plaza de España and other attractions can be walked, only 3 km from the Vatican, shopping and dining are very convenient. Belonging to the B&B category, in an old building, there is a single bed outside, a 1.8-meter double bed in the room, the washstand, the shower and the toilet are separated, and the total area is about 30 square meters. Suitable for young couples living with a baby, there is no extra bed space in the room. The rooms are fully equipped and clean. The hotel does not have a lift, but the hotel can help to bring the luggage into the room, the service is good, will try to meet the guests' requirements. Breakfast in the small restaurant next to the downstairs, there are bread, cake, pizza, eggs, fruit, sausage, cheese, milk, black tea, coffee, etc. It is good, recommend the grilled pizza, not as salty as other restaurants. It tastes good. The central area of Rome is very old buildings and streets. The road is narrow and the parking is not convenient. The hotel is not on the main street. The advantage is that the sleeping is very quiet. The disadvantage is that there is no parking space. Special reminder: Be sure to check the store time in advance, check in after 9 pm, add money!
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FromUS$109
4.1/510 Reviews
Spagna
This “hotel” is an ideal location walking distance to the Trevi fountain, Piazza novena, and the pantheon… We had a tour at the Vatican museums and with a small bite to eat along the way were able to walk back from even there! That being said this hotel is not really a hotel… More of a glorified Airbnb! Let me clarify… It is located on the fourth floor of a shopping center building and the “hotel” contains only four rooms… no signage is prominently displayed in said shopping area, just a small plaque above the doorbell, as if you were going to visit someone’s flat or apartment. Upon checking in we received four keys: one for the front door that leads to the shopping area, One for the elevator to get it to go to the fourth floor of this “hotel”, one for stairway door on the fourth floor, and then finally one for our room. The rooms are fine very modern looking but they are tiny, the shower door is so closely placed to the bidet that the bidet has a foam square adhered to it to ensure the glass does not bang into the porcelain of the bidet… The passageway that you have to squeeze your way inbetween to get into the shower is incredibly tiny, I am not an overweight man but I struggled to get into the shower… There is no doubt in my mind if you weighed over 200 pounds you would struggle even more to enter the shower. The breakfast buffet is located on the terrace… It included cornflakes, cappuccinos from a Keurig you would have in your house, and some small store bought croissants and scrambled eggs, hardley a spread one would anticipate from a place called a luxury suite. The walls are razor thin one night we were awoken several times by the ringing of the front reception phone, With there only being four rooms in the hotel our room was literally down the hall from reception. Upon check out the receptionist insisted we settle our room bar items bill and city tax with cash until ultimately relenting and allowing us to use our credit card. Again I am not familiar with any luxury suite hotels that refuse to take credit card. Overall an excellent location but not at all what we were anticipating and a poor excuse for a hotel.
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FromUS$108
4.1/514 Reviews
Termini Central Station
The Italian stayed in Rome for the longest time, so I chose a hotel that is a bit more expensive than the other three cities. It turns out that the hotel is really good. The hotel is 900 meters away from the Rome train station. Do not drag the boxes. You can see the traffic is very convenient. Basically, you can take the subway to the first attraction in the morning. You can walk back to the hotel and use the bus or subway at night. There is no need to buy Roma Pass. The breakfast in the bathtub was very rich. I ate for four days without getting tired. If I return to Rome in the future, I will still choose this hotel. You can rest assured to book this one.
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2/511 Reviews
Termini Central Station
The guest house (it's not a hotel, but an apartment) is spotless clean inside, with all the appliances in the bathroom new and shiny, it's kept incredibly tidy and smells perfect. The breakfast is very good, fresh, the coffee is made to order, so everything inside is just amazing. The location is very convenient - near Termini station and Metro, great restaurants at Termini food court open all night. The neighborhood is rather dirty and may put you off, especially your first evening there, but everybody around is friendly, helpful, and harmless. We spent three wonderful nights and loved it!
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4.4/510 Reviews
Near the Vatican City
Our original trip to Rome was planned for Easter but Covid struck and we visited in August instead. We kept in contact with Andrea,who runs the b&b and were able to re-book very easily. In fact any contact with Andrea was very straightforward as we communicated via Whatsapp and always got a quick and helpful answer to any of our questions.We opted for the private transfer to/from the airport which Andrea arranged for us and the driver was very pleasant and friendly. The place itself is perfectly located and very fresh and clean,a lovely place to go back to after a day on your feet ! Breakfast was taken in a cafe a couple of doors up - croissant and coffee,a good way to start the day. There was a fridge in the room which was stocked with drinks (price list in room),very handy for storing your own drinks too. There is a communal kitchen where you could help yourself to tea,coffee and use the microwave. On the last day of our trip we were being picked up at 1.00pm and although usual check out time is 11am,Andrea gave us use of the room until we left which we really appreciated. Nothing was too much trouble and we can't thank Andrea enough. We really have nothing negative to say about this b&b and will certainly be recommending it to anyone we know who intends to visit Rome and hope to return ourselves in the future.
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4.5/55 Reviews
Colosseo
For most of our time in Rome we stayed at Domus Caracalla. It is about a twenty minute walk from the Colosseum. There are several restaurants in this area and we recommend stopping at one of the first one's you come to - closer to Caracalla and farther from the Colosseum - unless you want something Italian "quick." There is a bus route near by, but we found it quite confusing as the same numbered bus did not seem to take the same route each time. There is also an option of walking to a metro - we recommend taking the alleys and side-streets to get there. It appears a new stop may be going in closer to the bed and breakfast sometime in the future. One of the best things about this place is the breakfast. It is a very fresh breakfast brought to the door at a pre-arranged time (between 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.) each morning. Our breakfast included hard-boiled eggs, croissants, bread, red-orange juice, coffee, tea, and yogurt. It was our best Bed & Breakfast meal while in Italy! We were able to eat it out on the patio in the morning and it was very refreshing. Be sure to let the owner know in advance of arrival any food sensitivities, allergies, or food preferences. It is also nice that your room is cleaned every day. So make sure to tidy up a bit before you leave your room. Accessing the apartment can be a bit tricky, so you want to make sure to prearrange your arrival time. Once you enter the building you will pass through the front part of apartments - up and down a few steps - to the inner courtyard. You'll walk through the courtyard, then up a few steps to enter the back half of the building. From there you'll use a typical Italian elevator - small. Make sure to close both doors before selecting the floor. Domos Caracalla is an apartment with about four rooms. This would be a great place to stay as a family with children as there are several room options that include both king size beds and twin beds. Our first room had one king and then a separate twin in a little room off of the main room and a second twin next to the king. If you are staying as a couple, I would request the room with the private balcony, but be warned it is a smaller room. The bathroom is a typical Italian bathroom. (Typical Italian = Toilet + bidet. Hair dryer. Smaller toilet paper rolls. No facial tissues or wash cloths. European style bath towels. - They are full body, although a bit thinner than what you would find in the U.S. Not much counter space.) It does include multi-purpose soap, shower caps, hair dryer, and even a shoe sponge. Your shoes get quite dirty in Rome! The television is quite small, about the size of a lap-top screen. It is a relatively quiet place to stay other than the sound of the ambulance from the hospital next door. The owner is very helpful in suggesting places to visit and times of day to do so. Be sure to plan time in to your plans to visit with her in the morning before leaving for your days activities. Overall the host
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4.2/510 Reviews
Spagna
Me and my partner visited town house Spagna for 4 nights. We were instantly impressed with the customer service when they what’s app messaged to book a private transfer from airport to hotel. On arrival the staff were very very helpful. Our room was absolutely perfect for the both of us, plenty of space, and very clean. One downside was the size of the shower, it wasn’t easy to move around and we needed the doors to be open in order to properly clean. It had a good tv (although not used much) but wonderful if you fancied a Netflix watch in the evenings. The hotel was ideally located, close to lovely shops and within walking distance of all the must see sights in rome. We had included in our stay a breakfast each morning, despite this being the bakery next door and not located in the hotel, it was lovely food and perfect to bring back to you room. They was also very helpful and catered just for me and my partner who suffers with a nut allergy. Would highly recommend a stay here and will hopefully return.
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4/510 Reviews
Celeste and her family were warm and welcoming. The rooms were big and clean. When we arrived we were told one of the showers was broken and was being worked on and that it would be fixed in the next 20 mins. In the meantime Celeste's dad offered us an amazing Italian coffee with cake slices. Very easy to check in. The hotel has some parking spaces available. Casa Celeste is located conveniently close to a metro station (rebibbia) which was 20 mins away from Colosseum and about 45 mins to Vatican city. If you are driving to Rome then it's easy to travel from Casa Celeste, where you can leave your vehicle and avoid entering any ZTL zones in Rome City. The metro station is a short walk from the hotel. Breakfast was cheap (3 euros) and Celeste was willing to accommodate for vegetarians and any other requests. She also provided us with information about what to see in the short time we were there. Hopefully we'll get to go again for a few more days to explore Rome.
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