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Viale Delle Mura Gianicolensi 107, Trastevere, 00152 Rome, Italy – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 10 per day.
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to two children under 2 years are charged EUR 15 per person per night in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 2.
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.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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The room was clean and staff friendly. Very nice garden to shortly stroll around.
Everything was ok. You need a car to reach it though
Excellent service, very kind and helpfull. Few steps from Trastevere. Great view from breakfast tarrace (4th floor).
A little bit hard matterace. Traditional italian breakfast (mostly sweets).
very nice location. The view of Rome city from the hill is excellent
Staff very friendly - breakfast bar good
First night I arrived a kids party was in full swing -had to ask for a change of room which was provided but party went on til midnight. Walls very thin - could hear other guests
Location Pool Friendly helpful staff Nice building
We had a special deal price, which made it affordable. The full price would have been too much. The hotel is set in a quiet location out of town in lovely grounds and garden. Super outdoor swimming pool. Spacious room with very comfortable bed. Excellent breakfast. If there was another special deal, I would return.
Too far out of town to be considered convenient. The swimming pool was closed despite the daytime temperature being 27 C. The shower in the room leaked when used causing the bathroom to flood.
Nice to be out of the hustle and bustle,easy 20min walk down through the Park,Bus back with Roma pass. Little family-run Rest.around the corner Carpe Diem,very reasonable and good.
Breakfast could improve. Do Italians really eat those stale buns ?
Little old but still charming. Perfect area, just outside of Trastevere. Pool was great to have after a day in the city. All in all a very nice place!
Good hotel with lovely pool. The breakfast room at the top of the hotel gave great views. Nearby viewing point locals come too on a Sunday eve to listen musiciansjudt lovely. Walked down steps to street side restaurants. Very good value and good food. I loved the area in the summer but maybe too far put in the colder months
All good. Hair dryer in room did not work but they fixed it straight away. Shower leaked but plenty of towels to put down seemed to be a design fault. We had a triple room which was otherwise fine. Was near a busy road we had the window open and but traffic must have been light as it did not disturb us
Location, swimming pool and staff
Not much, could do with a clean, breakfast needs simplifying to just cappuccino and croissant.
Helpful staff. Decent rooms. Good bed.
No Wifi. Location was not great, climbing the hill is a pain.
Our first room was too small and stuck behind the reception area. We opened our door to a Xerox machine facing us. They moved us but only after we complained to the manager
Excellent location - close to bus terminals. Very clean and quiet. Great pool (to relax in after a day of sightseeing) Excellent breakfast and breakfast room
Some staff quite stand-offish.
staff, breakfast in the roof top restaurant, swimming pool.
wearing swimming cap, pool a bit too crowded.
Pool, it was the only hotel we could find with a pool near central Roma. All the rest were on the ring road. Location, great location with great views, near enough to walk to and from (at top of steep hill so now for everyone) but far enough from the great nightlife to be quite. Was very quite in the rooms especially as the road runs around the entire site. Staff, very helpful. Price, great price for Rome.
Not sure I would call this a four star hotel but in Roma maybe it is. Was very 1980's Italian marble décor and the décor in the rooms is looking tired with water marks, scuffs and some peeling paper. Needs a refresh. Had to fix shower head with a toothpick to stop it sliding down the pole as the fixture was broken. Breakfast buffet a bit uninspiring. Had to ask for shampoo was not supplied in the bathrooms. They had it they just didn't put it in the rooms, saving money, who knows?
Pool is great to relax by after a hard morning of sightseeing. The staff were efficient and friendly. Nice traditional Italian rooms. Aircon and safe in the room. Breakfast is really good and afternoon tea in the bar included
Nothing. Would definitely return to this hotel!
Swimming pool excellent. Front desk staff efficient. Some front desk staff and night staff were excellent but overall understaffed. Views from fourth floor. Couple of restaurants around the corner. Visually very scenic and beautiful. Breakfast staff efficient and polite.
Peeling wallpaper in room. Shower is last century and very small, would not even get into it if you were a few stone overweight. No tea and coffee facilities in the room. Hotel advertises bar side pool and hotel bar yet these are not manned. Had to leave pool to go into front desk to ask for a waiter to do a coffee. This was after he saw me then disapeared inside without acknowledging my wave. Even then he only appeared 30 minutes later. Hotel on top of steep hill, not within walking distance of main sites across river which were approx 15 euros single Taxi. Hotel guests are definitely second class citizens to outside private parties which have priority in terms of restaurant service and take over public areas of the hotel such as bar area, common TV area and pool throughout mainly the evening. Also some of these parties can be very noisy. WiFi difficult to login to. Hotel home page did not show WiFi login page when there was no connection and difficult to get even through alternative paths via settings were tried. Hotel grounds are not as extensive as photos would suggest. Noisy traffic at nighttime. Wall rooms were thin could hear neighbouring guests in shower and coughing. Swimming pool should be open until 8 pm July and August as sometimes it is not possible to avail of pool prior to leaving for early morning tours. No english speaking TV channels.
staff behaviour not really four star service
The pool was great
Just a bit too far out of .the city centre .
Location and old world quality
Pool area closed early. Cocktail hour area closed early. Hotel gave preference to outside party group thus excluding hotel guests of use of public areas. Very unexpected and upsetting limits on quality and experience . Poor management decision to treat 4 star hotel guests as second class citizens.
Hotel should be renovated
The location The pool The staff The Breakfast The Building
The lunch and evening meals Expensive menu No tea and coffee in room The ceiling plaster was falling onto our bed Hotel in need of repairs and redecorated
Very attractive hotel and gardens-the perfect retreat after sight seeing in the city-relaxing by the pool with a cold beer what could be better.
nothing everything was great
The pillows and bed.
Smallest shower ever! No place to place shampoo and such in shower. Staff was a bit snooty and limited time to have a drink on the outside areas because of pool closing or other functions taking up the sitting area. The room was all bed!
Some staff were so helpful and went out of their way to serve while others were not so friendly.
No WIFI for our stay and no English channel on TV. Hotel was doing repairs on both and hoped that it would be offered in the future to guests. When showering our bathroom flooded we reported it and it is a simple fix but it was not done during our stay. :)
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