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When we first got there I was immediately disappointed for its position I thought we would be right in transtevere but in fact we were just outside - that was my fault for not checking better. The room was extremely bizarre in its layout and...More
Nice place to stay in Rome centre. Near Trastevere, clear and spacious room and good breakfast and place to stay for a short meeting. Service and staff are good and also there is a furnished gym. I don't have try the restaurant.
I wad upgraded and get a free early check-in , large room at floor 3.
Spacious room, nice (bun noisy) balcony.
Good breakfast in nice dining room, friendly staff.
I wish i had a coffee kit at the room.
Insufficient Wi-Fi connectivity.
150 meter from...More
We were part of a party of over 50 people from a choir and stayed in this hotel for 2 nights. It is very modern and well run, not as friendly as some other hotels we have stayed in, in the past. Location was great,...More
I was given a family room which has a separate sitting room with fridge and dining table and sofa .generally it was quiet apart from one night but noise from next room quickly stopped.
The room had a balcony and as the weather was poor...More
US$94 - US$204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#192 Luxury Hotel in Rome
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Honestly, because we travel a lot with our kids, we are always looking for a good deal. I had looked up the price of trains from FCO (Leonardo de Vinci) which was 28 Euros, but would have had to catch a bus or walk. We... More
Honestly, because we travel a lot with our kids, we are always looking for a good deal. I had looked up the price of trains from FCO (Leonardo de Vinci) which was 28 Euros, but would have had to catch a bus or walk. We ended up doing a shuttle service from the airport for 40 Euros. Which brought us directly to the hotel. Now, if you don't have kids and lots of luggage i suggest using the trains from the airport and transfering to the bus. It just depends on you needs. Safe travels!!!!!!