Hotels Near Vado Matto Bistrot In Rome

3.6/510 Reviews
0.03km from Vado Matto Bistrot
Scam "hotel" - horrible. Post said they have internet and they do not. They lied for 10 days straight saying it's 'being worked on' when they just set up a router with no connection. Dirty rooms, zero staff besides cleaning. Breakfast place is open sometimes and sometimes not and place gave me 5 euro refund each missed day for 2 people. Tried to leave early as place was terrible and they refused and was stuck here whole time. They refused to give any refund or let us leave. STAY AWAY. There are 1,000's of hotels - do not stay here. Overall awful place and terrible stay with non existent staff.
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.04km from Vado Matto Bistrot
The Hotel has three rooms a common area/kitchen where you could get yourself provided food (yoghurt, fruits, milk, coffee, cocoa, corn flakes, cake, tea, juice) at any time, also cook if you wish. Very clean and uncomplicated. Breakfast was ordinary and mostly packaged (e.g. croissant), but we enjoyed it very much. The location is superb, right between Castel Sant'Angelo and Vatikan, both in a couple of minutes distance. The old town and other sights were in walking distance, too, we also walked to the Colosseo (about 45 min). The street is full of restaurants and delicious ice cream parlors, some of which are recommended on Trip Advisor. We really enjoyed our stay! You should know, though, that there is no reception desk on-site. In our case, we were brought to the front door by the airport transfer driver, who then proceeded to call the receptionist. We were left standing alone for a couple of minutes until someone came from across the street to open for us and check us in and give us the keys. A bit unusual, but we didn't mind, just make sure they know when you are arriving and don't panic (or keep ringing the doorbell) when no one is coming immediately, it works out! Check out is just as uncomplicated.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.1km from Vado Matto Bistrot
I do not often write bad reviews, but after our experience, I felt that one was in order. Our reservation was made for the Rome Vatican Inn, and we arrived there, and after some confusion as to the actual floor/location of the hotel, we arrived at reception. The man who checked us in was very short with my mother and I. After completing all of the registration and taking payment, and he informed us that we would actually be staying at a different hotel because there was a problem with the Rome Vatican Inn. He then proceeded to grab my mother's suitcase and leave the building. Once outside he quickly walked down the street without any further information. My mother is 70 years old and walking long distances over uneven surfaces is difficult for her, especially at the pace that the man was going. We usually arrange for her to have a wheelchair if in situations such as this one. We ending up walking about a little more than five blocks, all while carrying our suitcases with us. Once we finally arrived at the hotel, we were handed off to another man brought us to our room, and he was much more pleasant. The room was very nice and in a decent location but was extremely hot. The man turned on the air conditioning and showed us how to adjust it. He said that it might take a while for the room to cool down and then left. After several hours, the room had not cooled down, so we called the phone number posted for problems or questions. Once again the rude man answered. I told him that the room was very hot and believed that the air conditioning was not working. He responded, "you just have to wait and have some patience." We slept the entire night in the room with the air conditioning not functioning. The next day we left the hotel early and early in the afternoon called the posted phone number again to inform them that the room had never cooled down and asked that someone come to look at the air condition unit. The man was once again very impatient and rude. He stated that he would look but had no time frame on when that would happen and didn't know if he would be able to fix it even if he looked at it. He said I could either move to another hotel (AGAIN) or deal with the hot room, as we were going to be checking out in the morning and he thought it was not that big of a deal. I told him that I was not satisfied with either of those choices, however, I asked that they looked at the unit and I would contact them again later. Once we arrived back at the hotel after our tour, the room was again very, very, hot! I tried calling again several times and my call was not answered. While I was attempting to call, the housekeeper arrived and we were able to communicate to her that the air conditioning did not work. She then used her phone to call the hotel and informed them that the room was very hot, the air conditioning was not working and that it was too hot for us to stay in. She gave me the phone to speak to a different hotel representative and they once again
4.8/5Outstanding6 Reviews
0.12km from Vado Matto Bistrot
The room is large and has a kitchen with utensils and utensils. It is a very cost-effective hotel in Rome. The location is close to the Vatican. There is a lot of specialty shops on the street within 10 minutes walk. Go out at 9:00 and turn left at the first street. Turn right and there is a Chinese restaurant. Service, breakfast were great, and St. Peter's Basilica can be seen outside the breakfast room window. It is recommended that you can live near the Piazza Venezia, and then walk around Rome for two days to visit the Vatican Museums. The hotel's SIT bus to the airport costs less than 10 euros per person within ten minutes on foot. It took me a long time to find the bus booking website and bus station, and I took photos for your reference. Bus company website
3.4/52 Reviews
0.12km from Vado Matto Bistrot
Hotel was in a good location and has a nice roof space for views (and smoking) Room very basic, only one pillow each on a double bed, air con is an extra €10 per day so we didn’t bother but got very hot and stuffy in the night, lots of main road noise even with the window shut but good blind system. Reception staff were friendly but the cleaning staff were not great, twice we were woken up by them stood outside the rooms talking very loudly to each other, the second time was on check out day and it was at 8am so felt like an attempt to wake us up to get us out We were able to leave our bags for the day which was a plus on check out, good as somewhere to sleep and leave your stuff but wouldn’t be able to spend much time there
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.14km from Vado Matto Bistrot
In summer vacation, I went to Rome with my family. It was sunny but extremely hot. I am more than delighted to tell you my experience. We arrived in Rome in the evening, we first wanted to check in the hotel Capyicci Romani. It is a family apartment hotel which lies in the centre of Rome. The landlord had called us and told us the detailed address. We set the navigation, but it was difficult to find the gate of hotel. We drove around the hotel three times, but in the end we couldn't find the gate. We had to call the landlord and the landlord came down quickly to meet us. She is a very beautiful and very warm-hearted lady . She guided us to a parking space and helped us with our luggage. At last, we arrived at the hotel, The landlord said the building was one hundred years old. I took the oldest elevator I've ever seen which had two levels of doors. It can only accommodate three of us. It was funny and scary. The room was extremely clean and tidy , and there is a small kitchen. The landlord was very nice. She told us where to eat breakfast and how to make coffee. The hotel also features a little library and staff can provide free guides and maps that we can find the place we want to go easily. The hotel is conveniently located, it is just 500 m from Castel Sant'Angelo. The Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain are 3 metro stops away. I especially like this hotel and sincerely recommend it to you. Rome is a great choice for travelers interested in museums, art and culture. Next day We decided to go to the Colosseum first by metro. The Colosseum has a long history ,which was built from AD 72 to AD 82. It used to be the place where ancient Rome held the show of man and beast.It could hold fifty thousand people. It was demaged by the enemy. The Colosseum was magnificent and golden in the sunlight. I can imaged what it was like in the past time. Leaving the Colosseum, we went to the Trevi Fountain. There are many people throwing COINS into the water to make wishes. I threw three coins too, I hope my family are healthy ,happy and good luck! We ate very delicious ice cream in the famous ice cream shop nearby. We went to the Vatican museum at the appointed time in the afternoon. There are so many beautiful oil paintings and exquisite cultural relics . I couldn't bear to leave. Rome was so fantastic that I wanted to go there another time! I Love Rome from the bottom of my heart. It was not only beautiful, but also broadened my horizons, relieved my pressure and enrich my experience.
0/50 Reviews
0.14km from Vado Matto Bistrot
The AG Vatican Apartments provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The AG Vatican Apartments is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Rome. Traveling to the hotel is easy with Roma San Pietro located approximately 3km away and Fiumicino Airport roughly 29km away. Transportation around the city is also convenient, with Ottaviano – San Pietro – Musei Vaticani Metro Station within walking distance. There's plenty to do nearby, with Museo Storico Nazionale dell'Arte Sanitaria, Villa Barberini al Gianicolo and Santo Spirito in Sassia Church all within a short distance. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.15km from Vado Matto Bistrot
We stayed four nights at the Orange Garden B&B. It's an interesting set-up because you check in at the Hotel Atlante Star reception desk and then a member of the staff will bring you outside of the hotel and within a 2-3 block walk of the hotel to a smaller property with your guest room. But my parents also had a reservation but they were taken the opposite direction to a different smaller property for their guest room. So please be advised if you want to be in the same property together please make sure the hotel knows this at the time of your booking. Our room was clean and the area outside very quiet, we overlooked a small carpark but never heard any noise of cars/people. Our bed was two twin beds pushed together so the crack down the middle did get a little annoying during the night as the two beds would begin to separate. Every morning after we went out for the day our room was serviced which was great! Breakfast was included in our booking and is served in the dining room of the Hotel Atlante Star which has stunning views of Vatican City and Rome. You are also given access to the rooftop during your stay and it is a lovely spot for an evening drink after a long day of touring the city. Staff were extrememly friendly and helpful with local recommendations. We would definitely stay here again on a return trip to the city!
4.4/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.17km from Vado Matto Bistrot
We arrived at the Hotel, helped in with our bags very good arrival service receptionist friendly spoke in English once he found out we we are from Scotland. had a very good room on the 1st floor, option of room with a bath or shower, room was spotless maids arrived every day [We stayed week, 2-9 Oct ] very hard workers always smiling. The Atlante Hotel is 10 mns walk from St Peters sq 5mns from the Metro 1 min from local shops 1min from great Restaurants. We found the shopkeepers very friendly Restaurants having very good menu's inexpensive to eat out every night. The Coliseum is a must go to, Trevi fountain just has to be visited. Take a day trip train to Naples..go see Pompeii
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.18km from Vado Matto Bistrot
We had a delightful stay in this perfectly located small hotel (6 rooms & small registration area 1st floor in an old Palazzo). Three "extra" rooms are in an "annex" so cannot report on them. Our 3 rooms were all well sized (the shower size was a bonus, since most in Italy are tiny!). Two rooms (triples) had street views - and Basilica when I "hung" from the window. Extras -Air conditioning worked beautifully, fridge and cold water in the room and coffee/tea available all day. Immaculately clean, great & friendly staff. Small - but working- lift to the 1st floor. All our taxi drivers knew Via della Conciliazione - so easy access. Cannot complain about anything. Items to be aware of: the breakfast room is small - but little time spent there- and they will hold your luggage in the hall (it is in view of the front desk but not locked). Overall - a wonderful B&B - especially if your goal is to visit Vatican and Castel Sant 'Angelo. We have already recommended to friends for their visit.
3.5/55 Reviews
0.18km from Vado Matto Bistrot
Property Location A stay at La Maison Royale places you in the heart of Rome, within a 15-minute walk of St. Peter's Basilica and Castel Sant'Angelo. This bed & breakfast is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Vatican Museums and 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Spanish Steps. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Housekeeping is provided daily, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds (complimentary) are available on request. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Dining A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request).
3.9/57 Reviews
0.19km from Vado Matto Bistrot
A small, friendly, nicely furnished hotel very close to the Vatican City and the Castel Sant'Angelo. Within a very easy hour stroll you can weave your way to see all the main sights in Rome. The rooms are a reasonable size, very clean, and pleasantly furnished. The bathroom with a good shower and hair dryer is similar. Rooms are equipped with a flat screen TV ( few English channels), a safe and fridge. A very comfortable room. There is no kettle, only a capsule coffee machine ( it is Italy). Control of the air con/ heating is limited. Maybe a little warm for me. some noise can be heard from the street but at this time of year that is not really a problem. The street has a nice mix of shops and places to eat, restaurants, bakers, patisseries, sandwich shops, several small mini markets, shops selling religious regalia. There is a good selection at the breakfast buffet including a selection of pastries,cake, warm food like scrambled eggs, yogurt, fruit. Something for every one. Fresh coffee can be made to order. The staff at the hotel are very friendly, efficient and helpful. Rome has a 6E tax per person per night. This is clearly displayed at the reception desk, paid at the end of our stay. The shuttle bus stops a 10 min easy walk from the hotel, 10 mins to the tram or metro. In summary a really nice small hotel of a good standard at a reasonable price on a side street within easy reach of all Rome has to offer.

Hotels Near Vado Matto Bistrot 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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4.5/589 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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4.5/5144 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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4.9/540 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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4.7/559 Reviews
We stayed at the Monti Palace Hotel for a week in September. It is worth saying this was during the coronavirus pandemic so Rome was very quiet although case numbers in Italy were low. Firstly, the positives:- Location - hotel is right on top of the metro station which is very convenient. Note that you have to change at termini for several locations in central Rome. 20 min walk from Trevi fountain or pantheon, 10 mins to forum and colosseum. Small supermarket directly across the street and lots of restaurants in the local vicinity. We had good, cheap food at La Base, Ai Tre Scalani and Iari the Vino. Check in - we arrived at 12:30 and were informed the room was ready - much appreciated after an early start. We were told we had been upgraded to a superior room but that is the room type we had booked (and shows on our booking confirmation) No problem so we didn’t say anything but a bit odd to say we had been upgraded. We also requested a high floor to be away from the road noise and were put on the top floor for rooms. Room - room was a good size and overall very clean. The bathroom in particular was lovely. Housekeeping did a very thorough job each day. Air con was great and the bed was very comfy. But, see below the negative points The not so good things:- Breakfast - was included in our rate (not free included in the price!) it was pretty dire to be honest. I know with covid it is difficult but can’t understand why they couldn’t offer toast (we specifically asked on the form you fill in, in both English and Italian and were given bread), or why fruit such as a banana couldn’t be offered. We had the bacon one day - was the soggiest bacon I’ve ever seen and arrived in less than 2 mins so I assume was microwaved? Conversely the croissants are cold and from a packet. I understand it is a really hard time but I do think they could be doing better. The water and juice was good. Reception - usually very good but I did ask one member of staff if I could pay to print out some tickets for the colosseum we had booked last minute. He said only from 2pm which I thought was very odd (and too late for us!) seemed like he just couldn’t be bothered and his colleague would be on the desk by 2pm. The lift also seemed to smell really bad every time we used it. Light switches - the one anomaly in otherwise a very clean hotel. The light switches were filthy - really disgusting, looked like they’d never been cleaned and this applied to all of them - the two by the bed, the bathroom and by the main door to the room (pics attached). Storage - the room has been designed by a designer rather than by someone who has actually tried staying in the room! We had the largest size of room and it had one single wardrobe maybe 2.5ft wide - with a rail, and two shelves (there was another shelf but well out of reach). Half of one of the shelves was taken up by the safe. There was no other storage in the room other than open surfaces eg. table, bench by door. There wasn’t a si
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