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We had a nice stay - family trip - where we stayed in 2 rooms next to each other. Unfortunately the toilet in my husbond and my room broke down the last 2 days. We reported it at reception in the morning and was informed...More
I have visited Rome 5 times in the past 7 years and have always stayed at Montecitorio and each stay has been stellar.
We booked two balcony rooms. As always, booking was smooth and they charge your card at time of booking. As always, reception...More
Residenza Montecitorio was not at all as nice as expected per the description and most reviews. Not certain if other visitors had a different part of the hotel but room 306 was small, cold, and dark with minimal furnishings and unreachable upper wall windows. The...More
As others have said, good location but very far from Coliseum and Cathedral. You would want to take a cab for those... The room itself was covered in heavy forest green wallpaper so it was fairly dark all the time but small entryway was attractive...More
Our review follows along the same lines as the other reviews that appreciate value, friendliness and location!
We reserved the hotel's transportation to meet us at the airport...other reviews addressed how difficult it was to find....best idea - especially as we arrived in the evening!...More
US$54 - US$369 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#46 Spa Hotel in Rome
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