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Via Napoli 3, Station Termini, 00184 Rome – Show map
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WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and charges apply.
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Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
Italian, French, English
1:00 PM - 12:00 AM
6:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 1 year stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years is charged EUR 25 per person per night in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Free! Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Just over a quarter mile from Lepanto Metro Station on line A, Hotel Relais Dei Papi is a 5-minute walk from St. Peter's Square and the Vatican Museums.
Score from 648 reviews Very good
Located in the heart of Rome, Rhome B&B Colosseo is just 700 metres from the Coliseum. Set in a historic building, this property offers free WiFi throughout, a garden and air-conditioned rooms.
Score from 1 review Excellent
Hotel Anfiteatro Flavio is in a 19th-century building in Via dei Serpenti, the most popular of Rome's Monti district. In about 10 minutes you can walk to both the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
Score from 344 reviews Good
Just 320 yards from Roma Termini Train Station, Hotel Impero features a furnished terrace overlooking Rome’s rooftops and the nearby Opera Theatre. A varied buffet breakfast is served daily.
Score from 1580 reviews Good
Pretty disappointed with this hotel. It has many rules. They also deduct the price of the hotel from your bank for a few days before giving it back even though I paid in cash. Apparently it's policy but no one tells you this on arrival and I only found out when I got home. The Bed cover was stained and sensor in the ceiling was flashing all night. Tiny single room more like a cupboard then a room!
The room is clean and the receiptionts very helpful
The bed is small and extra pillow bit filty. You can hear noise in the corridor when people pass by or closing the door. TV without english channels. Breakfast bit poor. Location about 10-15 mins from Termini, bit hard if you carry big luggage. Check out is at 10am not 12pm
No allow friends visit at daytime, also blocked the room door key! Is this the hotel rules?
Terrible, terrrible, TERRIBLE!!!! I travel a lot, over 100 cities already visited, and probably this was the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. You really feel like in the prison, everywhere on the walls there are prohibitory signes like "don't eat here", "don't talk here", "don't breath here....". The lady on reception and her nasty mate (probably they are owners of this jug) are the most reason why this place is so terrible. The lady although tries to look gracious but it doesn't work anyway. You feel like you intrude in their private space without any invitation, and you are really guilty by choosing this hotel and staying there. The breakfast is disgusting, and by the way you can not go there with a handbag (because otherwise you will have the opportunity -oh my God - to steel an apple or cake!). I will not fall into the details - just only one advice: keep away of this place, and you will love Rome.
Make sure you read signs on the walls for what is NOT ALLOWED in the hotel or you will get in trouble. Some of the staff was ok some was just arrogant. Once you come for check in after your journey be prepared to do some admin job like filling in your personal details. I've stayed in quite a few hotels- never experienced anything like this!
Location was great for me and my Dad (41 and 71yrs). All the main tourist attractions were in walking distance. The staff were really helpful and our two single rooms were spotless. Small...but spotless. But we were out all day so only needed somewhere to sleep.
The rooms were quite noisy. Some kind of water pipe made a right old racket every now and again and woke me during the night. The only other improvement would have been tea and coffee facilities in the room. But other wise absolutely no complaints.
The location was just perfect. The rooms were neat and comfortable. Good value for the money. The only problem was there was no kettle facility to make tea or coffee. Needed that very much. Otherwise it was quite good.
No facility to heat water and make tea or coffee
The staff were all very friendly and helpful and smiley, excellent location for getting around Rome. We were there for 9 nights so we needed somewhere quite affordable and we had a lovely stay here. It is basic but has a lovely atmosphere. If you are looking for excellent food at a reasonable price, the trattoria next door Antica Boheme is fantastic! Would stay again.
Breakfast was a bit poor and it really could do with a bar for afternoon and evenings. Catering and cleaning staff didn't speak much English and my Italian is awful but they were so nice.
Staff some of the friendliest I have met in any hotel. Shower area was so clean Location was good for station
Breakfast could be a little more towards the English style.
Good locatikn next to Termini station no need for Taxi can walk evvevrywhere with out problem.
Tomany "don't signs in the hotel. Thin walls can hear everything and the rooms are to small.
very close to the train station and the Republicca metro station. staff was friendly. room was small but worked out fine for one night. The room's window was over the courtyard which was nice and quiet.
AC didn't work so we had to leave the window open - fine except for the rain,...
location, kind staff, breakfast
Good location only about 25 mins walk from the Colosseum. Room was basic but clean. Good sized bathroom. Breakfast was good. Small lift available.
Location excellent. Clean, pleasant staff
Charging for key to safe. No free wifi.
The hotel was on a less-traveled street, so no constant flow of traffic, horns, sirens, etc. It was reasonable, clean and had a decent breakfast.
The sign with the Hotel Name is obscure. There is a sign just near the hotel that has a different name on it which is confusing. Hard to find.
As we stayed here for New year's night it was the cheapest hotel in the center of Rome (189 euros). But all other...see "What we didn't like"
First of all, I was charged more. For no reason. We didn't have time to start arguing but it's a fact - we were charged more than 189 euros. Second - room were clean enough but very very old, it needs urgent renovation. Third - when we came back from NY celebration around 2 am - the doors were closed and no one came when we knocked. Only after 10 minutes night porter came to us and he was very dissatisfied. If you have any chance to avoid this hotel - avoid it!
Hi all! I like location, very convinient to get to the main places of intrests, near the Termini as well. There was Bazar where you can buy fruits, clothers at cheap price. You can enjoi good meal in the cafe next to the hotel. I liked the Room and bathroom. The breakfast was much better than at 4 star hotel in Napoly
The room suitable for 4 people does not have a door dividing the two rooms and to access the bathroom you must cross through one of the rooms.
Breakfast was adequate - no worse nor better than most places in this price-range: Cereal; breads; yoghurt; cheeses; meats; a small selection of fruit and cakes. The location was good - just north of the Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore, The Collosseum, Forum and The Pantheon, and not far from The Trevi Fountain. Staff were very helpful and pleasant - gave us a good low-down on where to go and how to get there. Good local restaurants nearby and close to the train station. Very good if you are on a tight budget.
Rooms are quite small, especially single rooms. Walls are quite thin in some rooms and can get quite noisy. The decor is a little tired. None of this ruined our stay - we found it all to be acceptable for the price - but some people might find it a little too basic for their tastes.
Excellent for those on a budget.Located right in the heart of Rome with all the main tourist sites a walk or short bus rise away.
Location close to Rome Station. Quiet.
A 'no frills' hotel.
Breakfast was not bad for a 3 star hotel.
One of the staff was a bit sarcastic and looks down at people, not a friendly attitude I may say. Room a bit small and shower head was fixed to wall, can't lower.
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