"Relais 6 Via Tolmino in Rome is an excellent hotel"
Relais 6 Via Tolmino in Rome is an excellent hotel, no exaggeration! We stayed there from Dec 11-13, 2014. And we want to go back there even now. :) It is located in a residential suburb of Rome, near Metro station Agnese/Annibaliano (only 6 min to walk to). Thus we can visit almost all wonderful scenes in Rome by just taking Metro and leisurely walking, including St. Peter's Basilica, Musei Vatican and Sistine Chapel in Vatican, Piazza del Popolo, and Piazza Spagna, among others. The staffs provided extremely impressive and professional service, including detailed tourist assistance. We lived in a clean and neat room, enjoying free and fast Wi-Fi, delicious breakfast and beautiful lobby. Finally, but not of least importance, the price is unbelievably reasonable! Thank you Relais 6 Via Tolmino and staffs. Next time when we go back to Rome, we definitely will live this excellent hotel again!
"Extremely worth the money and easily our best stay"
The price of the hotel beats all others in comparison. The metro is close (3 blocks) and extremely easy to get around with local transport. The quiet and extremely modern and clean room make this a must stay if your looking for a decently priced room with great amenities. The only downside is that it is further away. The room and the amenities make up for everything and this is truly a highly recommended hotel. Large and clean room with a good view. They have an exercise gym and two elevators. Free water and a refrigerator is a big plus. Would definitely recommend to anyone traveling to ROME. Easily the best hotel we stayed in with our 18 day visit of Europe.
A good and clean hotel. It's a ten min walk to the underground tube station and only a few stops from the Collesseum. Breakfast is an assortment of cold meats, toast, cheese, drinks and fruit. Rooms are clean and the hot water works great. Staff are friendly and helpful. Would I use this hotel agin if I went back to Rome- Yes.
The location was not as nice as I expected but is close enough to the metro to make seeing the sites convenient. The rooms were clean and it had an elevator but you were required to walk down steps to get to the lobby from the front door.
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Lovely small hotel, rooms smallish but stylish, breakfast on the roof terrace very good. Metro 100mtrs away and 4 short stops to the colosseum. Cafe restaurant opposite the hotel used by local business people, and a super traditional Italian restaurant Gran Sasso 300 yards away( recommended by the hotel, good food, good host and too cheap for what you were getting, we went twice) . Dont forget Rome tourist tax added on departure. Ps use the trip advisor site for restaurants and you wont slip up, we did apart from one lunch and one dinner , they were the worst.
The Taverna dei fori Imperiali near the Forum also recommended , had a great night with friendly owners daughter.
Dont forget Roma pass and the Omni pass for Vatican, no queuing and free transport. We did yhe 3 day Omni pass for £75 ,free admission, no queues, open top bus for 3 days and metro, great buy.