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When I first booked this hotel, i was really looking forward to staying here. I was quickly dissapointed. We stayed on level 1, and naturally, we took the lift with two suitcases (we barely fit). Oddly enough, the lift stopped between level 1 and 2,...More
The Staff is amazing and very helpful. Compared with other customer services in Roma, it is a joy to have a reception staff like that.
The room are modern, very clean and quiet. The location of the Hotel is amazing, 5 in walk to the...More
We recently stayed here for a few nights whilst visiting rome (shockingly enough!)
Hotel itself was lovely and couldn't really fault it...we had room 403 which was nicely decorated and a lovely balcony overlooking the forum. Agree with others saying the room size is small,...More
Our first visit to Rome. Stayed for three nights. Beautifully appointed room. So close to the colosseum - 5 min walk. It was around the low 30's when we visited at the beginning of the week. Air conditioning was ok but rooms were still very...More
Amazing 4 day stay at this hotel for my boyfriends 21st birthday! Absolutely superb location, everything is within walking distance. Was upgraded on arrival. Rooms perfectly clean. Staff so friendly and helpful, especially the male receptionist (cant remember his name!) Thank you!
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US$94 - US$206 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#80 Romantic Hotel in Rome
#291 Family Hotel in Rome
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Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighbourhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighbourhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at
Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.
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I don't recall seeing one in my room. I didn't need one when I stayed in early November last year. I kept the windows open. I was in Rome again in May of 2017 (not this hotel though) and it was already borderline getting too... More
I don't recall seeing one in my room. I didn't need one when I stayed in early November last year. I kept the windows open. I was in Rome again in May of 2017 (not this hotel though) and it was already borderline getting too warm to be comfortable in the room even with the window open.
It is a great location though and the front desk guys were great. I enjoyed my time there.
Not done it myself but its about a 20 minute walk, however you take the metro one stop to Cavour and then its couple of minutes walk from there all in all taking about 7 minutes, barring that if you have the cash grab a taxi... More
Not done it myself but its about a 20 minute walk, however you take the metro one stop to Cavour and then its couple of minutes walk from there all in all taking about 7 minutes, barring that if you have the cash grab a taxi as suggested however this takes about 7 minutes as well. Hope this helps.
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"4th floor rooms have balconies if thats important to you"