Located relatively close to the train station and a short walk to the main piazzas, the signature of this hotel is the exceptionally friendly and attentive staff.
The best has been made of a somewhat average building, with well provisioned, stylish and clean rooms, and an elegant lobby. Nothing is neglected here. A reliably comfortable choice.
We stayed at this hotel as a family of 4. My kids loved it. It was a clean, comfortable hotel and the perfect location for us: within walking distance to the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, 5 minutes from the Repubblica metro station, and 10 minutes from the Termini train station. The breakfast buffet had a good variety of items, and the vending machines were a convenient place to get bottled water or coffee. Having a self-service laundry was a nice convenience. I liked that the price included the detergent and that you didn't have to buy it separately.
We have just returned from our stay at the Rome Life Hotel and had a fantastic time.
The hotel is in a great location, close to a number of restaurants, supermarket and is close to a number of sites, some within walking distance.
There are nearby transport links including bus stops and around a 5-10 min walk to the metro station.
The hotel itself was fantastic, the staff are extremely helpful and knowledgeable offering advice on getting around Rome and giving restaurant recommendations etc.
Breakfast is served every morning in the breakfast room serving a variety of pastries, meats, cakes, cereal and even sausage and bacon. The main bar is quiet and doesn't seemed to be used much and there is also a roof top bar which we didn't get chance to use.
The rooms are modern and clean. The rooms are cleaned to a high standard everyday and have some great features and are a great place to relax after a long day of walking.
Overall a great hotel in a great location with great staff!!
Thanks to all the staff at the Rome Life Hotel.
This hotel is all about location. I would recommend this hotel for people that are commuting into Termini from the Airport. From there it is just a short walk to the hotel. The streets are somewhat confusing for a first time traveller to Rome and it can be quite intimidating. It's a hectic place. I would recommend walking out to the big statue by the buses from the exit nearest Chao restaurant in termini. Once there turn left with your back facing the statue to the street walking straight to the the green Farmacia sign roughly 6 blocks north. Turn right at the street, you will hit Via Nationale and the hotel in 10 mins. Other locations are 15-20 mins away. Pantheon, Spanish Steps, and Trevi Fountain.
A stroll down the bustling wide street of Via Nazionale, filled with hotels, shops, and restaurants, will bring visitors from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza Venezia. Just a short walk from the main train station Termini, Piazza della Repubblica is home to the stunning Fountain of the Naiads, as well as the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, built into the baths of Diocletian.