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Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
Italian, English, German
1:00 PM - 10:00 PM
7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 20 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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Cleanliness and price
Location Breakfast Hard mattress Noise
Close to centre, helpful staff speaking very good english
Clean room, friendly staff, reasonable breakfast
wifi in the room was not working very well
Form this bus no 870 takes to Vatican City.44 takes to centre. No need of day pass also. I could see complete Rome in 3 days.
Quiet and nice neighborhood, room clean and spacious, linen changed frequently, wi-fi good, breakfast buffet good, price reasonable
Very clean, comfortable accomodations. Pleasant staff and breakfast service. Good wi-fi and computer access. Proximity to bus service.
Location is tricky to find. Limited parking.
Close to city center, free parking and kind staff.
Cheap but nice and tidy place, modern building. Breakfast ok. The price reflects that it´s a bit off. If You want to get to the center of Rome, a walk 6-10 minutes down the steep hill to where the the tram goes. This will take You to central Rome in some 10 minutes. There are some restaurants in the neigbourhood if You take a walk You will find them. Pricing is modest compared to central Rome. All in all, nice and very clean place far from touristplaces, cheap living means You can afford to stay longer in this great city.
I misjudged the climb uphill from the Viali di Trastevere. Seemed like climbing the Mount Everest with my bags on the first evening. Now I know it´s better to go to Statione di Trastevere by the tram and then take bus 871 to the hotel. This bus is a circle line and it starts from the Statione di Trastevere. Goes every half hour which the staff didn´t know, they said it was coming evey quarter. No timetable could be found on the web.
Great hotel with a friendly staff. Less than 5min run from big park.
Hotel is Christianity orientated (crosses, paintings of the saints and even a chapel). Early breakfast with a poor choice, but quantity is enough and coffee is great.
Great location, great hospitality. It has everything you would need for a city trip in Rome. Usually you will use your room at the end of the day, when you lie exhausted in your bed. The breakfast is basic and recurrent, but enough to kick the day.
It's not the fault of the Hotel, but be aware that public transportation is not at all easy in Rome. While you may buy a ticket for only 1,50, valid for 100 minutes, the signalization of bus stops is complicated. Inside of the buses there are no information about the line and stopovers whatsoever.
Spacious room, friendly staff, good breakfast for this price
Slightly far from center
Located in a quite area. Decent hotel. Breakfast is of varieties, and the waitresses were so nice to help us packing some food when we were in a hurry for the tram and train.
Just a classical/old-styled hotel, nothing more. The Receptionist is rigid, no smile or anything. The room is just very very basic. In a range of 1-10, I give Villa Maria 5.5 points, barely pass.
Our room was large light and airy with large shower/washroom and small balcony. Continental breakfast was more than adequate. Handy bus and rail links to centre within easy walking distance for bus, rail a bit further. Would book again.
Nothing really to dislike, interior was practical and dated but at this price range no complaints.
Value for money in a nice residential area. A bit of a climb from the city that some might find a struggle but a pleasant walk to the Vatican and places overlooking Rome.
Sound travelled through the hotel due to lack of carpets. Knowing we would be tired after sightseeing all day, we asked for a quiet room and were given one overlooking the gardens. Unfortunately every night people would gather there for parties until very late.
We liked everything. Located on the top of a hill in Trastevere district of Rome. Quiet Italian neighborhood, little or no tourists. A couple restaurants with very good Italian cuisine (ask the receptionist). Breakfast was reasonable. Staff was very helpful. Good transport connections. Bus 75 takes you to the Termini, Colloseum, Circo Massimo. Bus 851 takes you to Vatican. Very fast and convenient. Just note that in Rome you can not buy bus tickets from the driver - you need to get them somewhere else (like tobacco shop) before boarding the bus. And the problem was that near the hotel all bus tickets were sold very quickly. So get the bus tickets in the city (E.G., at Termini) before going to the hotel. Taxi to the airport costs 48 eur (ask for official "white" taxi).
The Villa Maria is a very welcome place to spend a few days in Rome well away from the centre in an attractive residential area. It can be readily reached by the 75 bus from Termini Station. The staff were helpful and the house is well maintained. Il Focolare a good standard restaurant is close by.
The downside of the location in a residential area is that it requires a certain effort to access the attractions of central Rome. But for us this was a price worth paying for the quality and value for money Villa Maria provides.
Spacious room. Good wifi. Good breakfast and in general polite staff. Simple friedge. Hair dryer.
Its up on a hill. I had a misunderstanding with the hotel about the amount of payment, finally I got almost all the money I paid more but I didnt like the overall treatment.
on foot can get to centrum
breakfast in suteren
Centre place to reach every place
Far from Rome Central railway station
We had a very pleasant stay here. We found it perfect in every way if you don't mind walking to the main attractions about 20min then it's not a problem but may be to much for some. Would stay again.
Very spacious, nice bathroom, helpful staff.
If u are traveling by bus with lots of luggage, keep in mind it's about 400m straight uphill to get there from nearest bus station.
- beautiful view, located on the top of the hill - nice, clean room with terrasse - located near center (20minutes walking) - non-stop reception - fair breakfast (could be more various)
- poor wi-fi signal in the room - you have to climb lots of stairs to reach the hotel (it's ok if you have small luggage)
Nothing to complain about...Maybe the location is not the best. It is located on the top of the hill so it is not comfortable to carry your baggage up so many stairs.
The location is great: buses and trams goes right to center and to vatican. All needed services present: wifi, air condition, tasty breakfasts, big rooms, cool view from the window and so on
Long stairs from street with trams may seem hard for not sportive people, but buses go from another street without any way up. Just ask for hotel map on reception.
The hotel is very good for the price. We paid £30 a night for a double bedroom with own balcony, big shower room and morning breakfast. The room was very clean. The staff - polite. The location is a bit away from city centre, but quite close to Trastevere (8-10 mins walk). Nevertheless, it took us under 30 mins to reach city centre on foot, which for London standards is considered very close. There is a very nice secluded park just opposite the hotel. where we went in the mornings and listened to the singing bugs. The breakfast is quite good and you can get any kind of coffee drink, juice and aklso tea.
The lack of carpets in the communal areas contributed to echoes. That did disturb our sleep in the morning.