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Coppede Hotel

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    Reviewed 4 April 2016 via mobile

    Under construction noises starting at 8 am. Bedroom and bathroom are basic. TV and safe box not working, it doesn't have bar in the room. Wi-Fi not working all the time. Bad services, basic breakfast, good location. It doesn't worth it. If you want to sleep properly take anther option.

    1Thank Alejandro T
    Reviewed 28 May 2014

    Nice clean cosy hotel with a nice environment..very close to center of Rome only 15 20 min by bus... no breakfast available but there's a coffee place right next to ir that offers a great cappuccino and croissant. Far from the loud voices.located in A nice street good for a morning/evening walk..2 supermarkets near the hotel (3min walk)

    5Thank BeatriceLebanon
    Reviewed 4 October 2013

    Clean room but tiny, comfortable bed, hot water, wifi in rooms (though it's not mentioned), location is far from Rome central (30min by bus) but it's in a very nice neighborhood, staff are friendly. on the reception, they only speak Italian

    1Thank BeatriceLebanon
    Reviewed 18 September 2013 via mobile

    The first night was a mess. An atrocious small room, dimly lit, dated rooms, no breakfast, poor to zero wifi signal and a person at the counter who said 'no one at the counter from 12 midnight to 8 am! Fortunately after we threatened to change hotels we got a better larger room facing Via Chiana. There is a wonderful...

    2Thank nayakprakash
    Redhill, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 10 September 2013

    Stayed here for a couple of nights with my partner and we really liked it. The staff were really friendly and helpful. The area the hotel is located is also really nice, we felt perfectly safe. It's quite far out of the centre but if your'e trying to keep costs down it's perfect. We used the S.agnese/annibaliano Metro station to...

    1Thank RichClarke1981
    Berlin, Germany
    Reviewed 12 December 2012

    My partner and I spent three nights at Hotel Coppedè and our experience was excellent. Before going I had read some reviews which were not so good and when we arrived we were surprised to find everything beyond our expectations. The room was very clean and nice. Not super-big, but perfect for two people. The bed was very comfortable and...

    4Thank Joe B
    Rome, Italy
    Reviewed 4 September 2012

    This is a very famous and nice location in a Rome's district called Coppedé Good but not special, because of the bad smell caused by the mildew stains of the building; this it's easy to be seen by just walking in the gangways before reaching the rooms on the walls . Very small hotel that needs some work on the...

    washington d.c.
    Reviewed 5 February 2007

    We went in Rome for a Concert in Auditorium Parco di Musica and we was looking for an Hotel in Parioli Area. We kept special offer on a Roman Hotel Web site and we paied 65 euro per room per night ! The Hotel is just 10 rooms but it's a well kept secret in the heart of a Residential...

    7Thank donasonic

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    Additional Information about Coppede Hotel

    Address: Via Chiana 88, 00198 Rome, Italy
    Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome
    Price Range: $70 - $130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
    Hotel Class:3 star — Coppede Hotel 3*
    Number of rooms: 12
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    Also Known As:
    Coppede Hotel Rome
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    #153 Business Hotel in Rome
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