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We spent two weeks in Rome and stayed in three hotels. Hotel Kent was much nicer even than the 4-star-200-Euro-per-night-Hotel close to the glamourous via Veneto. The staff was very friendly and helpful, room was clean and with reasonable comfort. Typical Italian breakfast, that means...More
Small hotel, overpriced for the amenities provided (maybe it is the real estate), located close to Porta Pia a transport hub. Hotel switches off airconditioning many times a day claiming either housekeeping is being done or temperatures are falling. Resident comfort be damned. Not even...More
Nice, small hotel, situated in a rather quiet part of Rome, close to the Museum of Contemporary art, and not far from Villa Borghese. Lots of restaurants with reasonable prices and good food close by. Not a very touristy neighbourhood. A bit off from the...More
This was probably the most basic hotel I've ever stayed in. I travel alone a lot and the room here made me feel very lonely and nervous. There was A/C, but it didn't seem to cool the room down too much. There was a small...More
A bit (a bit) out of the touristic center but area is well served with transport.
Double room of adequate size for Rome, nothing special but nice and with all necessary stuff.
Breakfast was disappointing, don't wait more than just coffee and a croissant (those...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
US$48 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#272 Family Hotel in Rome
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It is easy to reach the city centre from this hotel as there are several buses that you can catch from nearby (about a 5 minute walk away from the hotel). They will take about 20-25 minutes to get into the centre (near to... More
It is easy to reach the city centre from this hotel as there are several buses that you can catch from nearby (about a 5 minute walk away from the hotel). They will take about 20-25 minutes to get into the centre (near to the Trevi fountain) depending on traffic. If you want to go to the Colosseum then you can also catch a metro, though the nearest station is about a 10-15 minute walk away from the hotel. Tickets for both bus and metro cost €1.50 each regardless of where you are going to and last for 100 minutes after you have used them. If you are going to be using buses and metros a lot you can also buy 24hr (€7), 48hr (€12.50) or 72hr (€18) passes. Children under 10 travel free though.