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Staff was efficient, helped to go to train station.
Location is excellent, in the best neighborhood of Rome.
Room was very clean; we stayed in the other building which was very quiet.
Breakfast room was convenient and food excellent.
Great little hotel just a 4 minute walk from the Spanish Steps / Spagna metro station.
We had room 228 which was a 'superior room'. The bedroom was really large with a super king bed (firm mattress) and a large sofa which was a bed...More
The Mozart is well located near the Spanish Stepa in the one direction, and a good starting place for heading towards the Pantheon, etc, in the other. The Mozart is hardly in the bargain category but the rooms are well appointed and immaculate, though small....More
Fantastic a hidden gem walking distance to the trevi fountain, Spanish steps and only one metro stop to both the Vatican and the colosseum. Hotel amongst all the shops hotel staff and rooms fabulous. The place screams Italy.
This hotel is very well located being a walk away from the Vatican and the Colosseum. First I will just mention the two negative points. The free wifi did not work in the room and I got over this by going down to reception. Secondly...More
Response from adegregorio, Proprietario at Hotel MozartResponded 1 week ago
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US$115 - US$1,046 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#90 Luxury Hotel in Rome
#131 Family Hotel in Rome
#148 Romantic Hotel in Rome
#151 Business Hotel in Rome
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From its original role as ancient army training fields to its present-day identity as one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods, the Campo Marzio is the best place to get lost in Rome. Gorgeous Renaissance and Baroque palazzos line the streets, and are filled with enticing boutiques and food shops. By day, Rome’s best-dressed denizens criss-cross its streets in a fashionable parade of errands, occasionally pausing to
look fabulous in gorgeous piazzas like San Lorenzo in Lucina. Campo Marzio can be a bit of a sleeper after aperitivi hour (21:00), so visit by day and experience the pulse of daytime Rome.
Response from Anneliese T | Reviewed this property |
I booked airport pick-up through the hotel.They sent us a chauffeured Mercedes for which I paid €50 for the arrival and another €45 when we left Rome. Leonardo da Vinci airport is relatively far outside the city. You can... More
I booked airport pick-up through the hotel.They sent us a chauffeured Mercedes for which I paid €50 for the arrival and another €45 when we left Rome. Leonardo da Vinci airport is relatively far outside the city. You can also take the subway for little money. But I wanted convenience. The chauffeur picked us up, took the suitcases as soon as we got out of customs & immigration and dropped us off in front of the hotel.on the way he pointed several sights out to us as well. Cabs would have cost almost the same.
Hope this helps. Safe travels.
Response from Michelle H | Reviewed this property |
We took the train to Civitavecchia from the Termini station. It was about a 12 Euro cab ride from the hotel to Termini and 5 Euro per person for the train to the port. There is also an express train for about 20 Euro.That... More
We took the train to Civitavecchia from the Termini station. It was about a 12 Euro cab ride from the hotel to Termini and 5 Euro per person for the train to the port. There is also an express train for about 20 Euro.That one was about 45 mins to the town. Once we arrived it was about a mile walk to the ship. Much cheaper and we were able to see more of the landscape of that area. I used the rometoolkit website, it's got a lot of great info on getting around Rome.
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"228 was a nice room, good size, viewed the street, but not noisy. There was some noise from people walking in..."