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Hotel is situated an easy 10min walk from the Train/Bus/Metro Station.location is good with lots of little bars and restaurants around. 100mtrs from the Infamous Formula 1 Pizza Rest.
Hotel is very clean and rooms are spacious. Bit too warm at times but I’m sure...More
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Ateneo Garden Palace HotelResponded 8 February 2018
We wish to thank you for taking your time to share your experience on TripAdvisor community and for your excellent rating!
Your review is greatly appreciated and we were honored to serve you: client's satisfaction is one of our first aims.
The room was a bit stuffy when I arrived but had a balcony over a lovely courtyard so I could let in fresh air. It had a lovely bath. The breakfast area was on the roof and you could sit outside. The wifi signal was...More
Thank Rosemary S
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Ateneo Garden Palace HotelResponded 8 October 2017
Dear Dr. Rosemary S,
Thank you very much for choosing our Ateneo Garden Palace Hotel for your recent stay in Rome!
We are delighted to hear your nice comments about our property as well as per our services and location!
Thank you for taking the...More
I can't believe this hotel has a four star rating. In fact, so much that I have to wonder if we are talking about the same hotel. Many comments are made of being close to the railway station, and I suppose that if you get...More
Thank Susan M
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Ateneo Garden Palace HotelResponded 27 September 2017
Dear Susan M,
We apologize for any inconvenience or misunderstanding that may have occurred during your recent stay: we would like to assure you that this is not the usual guest experience!
Hospitality, cleanliness and security are high priorities within Ateneo Garden Place Hotel for...More
We stayed her for 3 nights on our arrival to Rome. The first room we were supposed to have was not cleaned after the last guest so they upgraded us to a king suite that overlooked the courtyard. It was very spacious including the bathroom...More
Thank Maria L
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Ateneo Garden Palace HotelResponded 14 September 2017
Dear Maria L,
Thank you for taking the time to review your stay at Ateneo Garden Palace Hotel!
Your feedback is greatly appreciated and we are happy that you enjoyed your overall experience at the hotel.
I will pass your feedback on to the team,...More
The hotel was perfect for our needs as we had to go to the UK Visa & Immigration office. We found the staff very friendly, the room was clean and spacious. The bed and pillows were comfortable. Breakfast was enough, but no hot food was...More
Response from Staff-Hotel-Rome, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Ateneo Garden Palace HotelResponded 17 August 2017
Thank you for choosing Ateneo Garden Palace hotel and for taking the time to share your review on TripAdvisor community! We are glad to hear that you enjoyed you overall stay and the kindness of our team! The Ateneo Garden Palace hotel is...More
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