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Via Cesare Balbo 31, Rione Monti, 00187 Rome, Italy – Show map
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Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges may apply.
Room Service, Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Elevator, Heating
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2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
1:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 50 per person per night in an extra bed.
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.
Pets are not allowed.
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Augusta Lucilla Palace features elegant and air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi throughout.
Score from 1910 reviews Very good
Dating back to 1875, Bettoja Hotel Massimo d'Azeglio is an elegant building 300 ft from Roma Termini Train Station. The Colosseum is a 15-minute walk down the road on Via Cavour.
Score from 880 reviews Very good
Best Western Hotel Mondial is just off of Rome's Via Nazionale street, a 3-minute walk from Repubblica Metro Station on line A. Rooms are soundproof and feature a satellite TV.
Score from 2217 reviews Very good
Featuring a rooftop terrace with a bar and hot tub, Welcome Piram Hotel is 220 yards from Termini Train Station. It offers air-conditioned rooms and suites with an LCD satellite TV.
Score from 3474 reviews Very good
location and staff.
Only the location
Almost everything, poor room service, not a chance to get a coffee or something from the bar after 18.00, really bad cleaning, the bathroom was fool of hairs, obviously they didnt worry about it, not the best entrance for disabled people or family. Poor facilities and dirty old rooms, definitely they didnt worth the money!
Quiet position Terrace was great to relax after long walking tours Breakfast garden
Pleasant interior, good location, responsive staff , fast internet, a lovely terrace overlooking the city. I got a little bottle of Prosecco as a compliment, it was very salutary after long trip. It was a start of my enjoy journey!)))
Small room but enough for one person
Location front office staff helpful roof top patio
Hard bed. poor breakfast choices no iron or ironing board in room wall paper in room peeling off wall light switch panel falling off air conditioning not effective.
Excellent location Friendly reception staff Good sized room
WiFi was very slow Waitress at breakfast was a bit miserable Could've been a bit cleaner
Terrible brekfast buffet, really really bad
not having help with luggage...reception staff not friendly,
- excellent location clean, quiet room
- poor WIFI reception - poor bed, moving around, two single mattresses
Location cleanliness comfortable bed large room
the tinned fruit at breakfast. with all the fresh fruit produced by Italy & Sicily and availability at the markets we expected fresh fruit at least.
The Hotel is over 100yrs old but all facilities were good if not excellent.A lovely Italian feel about the hotel. Staff extremely helpful and daily chambermaid service very good. Breakfast very good with plenty of choice (continental style)
This was not the most pleasant place to stay. The staff were very cold and I could swear that the breakfast ladies were talking rudely about me and other guests. Upon my arrival and after a long tiring day of travel I got to my room only to find hair and toe nails on the linen. Exhausted but disgusted, I went out to buy my own sheets - after that I really did not trust that this place could deliver on clean sheets - once bitten twice shy and all. When I finally did reveal this to the concierge, I did not get an apology but only an acknowledgement that the laundry service co had indeed been unsatisfactory of late - a statement that did not fill me with confidence and made me glad that I decided to stick with my own sheets. On my first morning the cleaning lady barged into my room at about 8 and proceeded to yell at me for not using the don't disturb sign on my door - I honestly did not think I would need to use the sign so early in the morning. Had I known I would have used it! I did not require my room to be turned down every day. This seemed to cause angst and confusion amongst the staff to the point that I felt like I was kid living at home with my mother nagging me to get up early and clean my room. Regarding breakfast - I actually witnessed the regular kitchen lady handle the cold cuts and cheese with her bare hands - so you may want to stick the packaged food! On my last morning two of the kitchen staff had a loud screaming match in front of the guests - so bad that another staff member had to essentially break up the fight! Then of course there was the tired outdated decor. Seriously, I don't think this place has seen a lick of paint since the fall of the Roman Empire. The bed was a hard metal bed with springs - I'm fairly sure it dated back to the 50s although the mattress it's self seemed relatively new. Really not sure how these people get away with calling themselves a four star operation - not even close. Two stars at best.
the location was fine
the breakfast is terrible and the internet is slow
Convenient location (walk able from the station)
The view from our room was nice and we liked that the hotel did accommodate this wish when booking.
The breakfast buffet was quite disappointing, especially considering that Rome has so many culinary opportunities. We would be happier with just a good cup of coffee (however, not from the vending machine).
The location was really good - close to everything. The price was quite fair. Wi-fi was for free and worked well. Bathroom was quite nice and clean
I couldn´t get a clue how this can be a 4-star hotel. It might have been maybe 20-30 years ago. The whole place is just completely outdated. The breakfast was really bad - watered down juice, greenish salami. Well, I could give a place maybe 2 stars and that will be fine. But having stayed in 4* around the globe, that´s not it.
Very good position if you want to see Rome by foot. Near Termini station. Two nice terraces.
Dirty room with old furniture. We stayed for 4 nights and nobody changed our sheets or towels. Breakfast was not so good.
Location was close to the train station, although the area was unappealing.
Certain staff members were curt and unhelpful. For the price, the hotel had put no effort into upgrading the dingy, dark rooms. The bed was a board. The breakfast was passable, dining area cramped. I have stayed at much nicer hotels for the same cost, with much friendlier staff people.
Views from the two outdoor terraces were wonderful - a great place to enjoy a sunset drink overlooking rooftops of Rome. Breakfast courtyard was a lovely area too. Staff were helpful. Location very good - 10min walk to train station, 20mins to Coliseum. For Rome which is known for expensive accommodation, this was very good value for money - location, area of city and breakfast all plusses!
Rooms a little 'tired' looking, but good for Rome
Great location, friendly staff and the breakfast was lovely!
Poor cleanliness (bath drain blocked, hairs everywhere) Staff very rude Shabby condition more like 2 or 3 star Breakfast was distgusting
STAFF HOSPITALITY WE ARRIVED IN ROME VERY EARLY- 6.00AM AND THEY STORED OUR LUGGAGE AND ALLOWED US TO HAVE BREAKFAST (ROOM NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL MIDDAY)
POWERPOINT IN ROOM BROKEN- NO TV OR FRIDGE
Front desk staff were very helpful specially Mario. The room was specious and very clean.
The hotel furniture is old and needs renovation specially at the lobby.
Hotel staff very friendly and accommodating. One of the best Italian restaurants in Rome 40ft from the hotel entrance. Small clean room with A/C and comfortable bed. Great room for the $.
The location, wi-fi
Hotel was partially renovated which rooms were on the web site of booking.com but we were in a room with smell, with broken door and window...Also at the web there were gorgeous terrace at the roof which was ruined, with broken chairs, not very clean... Thus we felt like we were deceived with the pictures from booking.com
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