We really enjoyed our stay in Abitart Hotel. The room was very clean, nice and comfortable. The location is very good, it is not city center but you are 15 min. walk from the Coleseum and very close to the metro and train station. From this station you can take a train directly to the airport, 30 min. trip (8 euro).
A modern hotel, functional, contempory, refined and looked after in every detail. Of new construction it happily combines the …More
Hotel Aventino is very nice, and a good value for the money. The staff is great, the rooms are nice and clean, with everything you need. The location is very good, with a short walk to Circus Maximus, where you can get one of the many tour buses to other attractions. The location is convenient for Circus Maximus, the baths, the Roman Forum, the Coliseum, and other prime Rome attractions. The breakfast was great. My wife and I were both very pleased with Hotel Aventino!
Traveller from Boynton Beach, FL
The small and pretty hotel Aventino, an annex of hotel S. Anselmo, is located in Rome, in a 19th century villa. The …More
The Corner is super stylish and comfortable with friendly and welcoming staff. The location is, in my opinion, great - close to Circo Massimo station on the Metro. You'd have to be pretty mean-spirited to not love this place.
Barbara was brilliant - a fount of information. B&B excellent, not just for the big, but also the thoughtful small things too e.g: Headphones for hop on - hop off buses, teabags, fully stocked bathroom - lovely. Easy walk to Metro and buses at Piramide. Good local restaurants. We could not have asked for more. Thank you.
First, after staying in the Trevi fountain area, the Aventino area was a breath of fresh air. Cleaner, quieter, nicer, but still plenty accessible to sites and food. The hotel was fine. Our room was clean and modern. We stayed in 2 places in Rome, and 1 in Naples, and this was the best, especially at this price.
Traveller from Texas
Our Town House Suite is located at few minutes walking distance from the Colosseum and Circo Massimo and from Terme di …More
It was really nice to have a hotel that was close to so many amenities and the manager is a really lovely gentleman. He took very good care of us, going so far as to give us some medicine on a Sunday when we couldn't find a pharmacy when my fiancé was feverish and had a sore throat. The breakfast in the morning is great, too!
Location-wise, the hotel is not quite within the Aurelian Walls (although it is walking distance), and its proximity to Ostiense Station and a direct bus line to the Vatican makes it a good bet to go to all the major tourist places. It's close enough to the river that popping across to spend time in the swanky Trastevere area is no pain at all. It's also sufficiently off the beaten track enough that you aren't surrounded or crowded in by tourists as you would be up near the Trevi Fountain; and as it's not more than a half-hour walk home from that area (if you don't mind a walk) you're not too far away from anything good to see.
For New Years, we didn't even need to leave the hotel room balcony to be able to see all of the fireworks on the western side of Rome! It was a really lovely stay and we will definitely book here the next time we come to Rome.
We stayed here for an overnight in Rome before a connecting flight. Place was easy to get to near Ostiense train station. Our suite was ridiculously clean - I mean spotless. Was a little noisy in the evening as we overlooked the rail lines, but not a big deal. AC worked great as did the wifi. My only complaint would be the bed was very squeaky and woke me up whenever I rolled over. Other than that, the fellow who checked us in was very friendly and helpful, and we feel like did very well with our decision to stay here.
Stayed with 2 young children. Staff are incredibly friendly and helpful, room large enough with balcony outside, good continental breakfast with great fresh coffee. Close to central Rome. Would not hesitate to recommend. Thank you to all the staff.
The most southerly of Rome’s seven hills, the Aventine offers splendid views over St Peter’s and Trastevere from the top. This peaceful, mainly residential quarter has leafy gardens, churches and cloisters. It also incorporates colourful Testaccio, site of the city’s old slaughterhouse where many locals once worked, and inns serving traditional Roman cuisine. It’s now a thriving area of good restaurants, shops, bars and clubs.