Nice clean hotel
Food good but expensive watch out for the table charge for sitting down to eat
Metro station is far away to walk esp with children at least half an hour and it the heat it is hard work
There is a bus stop outside the hotel, but no clear timetable and staff do not know when it comes so its a bit hit and miss
On the way back we stopped outside the metro for food and a taxi back to hotel reasonable
Bus back from metro station is caught further back from the station so ask reception
The Hotel need some up keeping. The staff was very accommodating. It was nice to stay in Rome with the children and have a poll to enjoy and relax. I wish that we had the opportunity to choose the location of the rooms a view to the poll would be nice.
We booked this hotel because of its proximity to the airport as we were flying out the next day.
The room was clean, quiet and comfortable and the free breakfast was varied and fresh. If we had had a bit more time we would have used their pool!
We are a young (mid-twenties) couple who were looking for a cheap and pleasant base from which to spend our days out exploring Rome, and we were not disappointed.
A lot of the less positive reviews seem to come from a place of misplaced expectations. This is a modestly priced hotel in a busy tourist city, so for people travelling on a budget who are prepared to forego a few luxuries you couldn't do better than this hotel. Yes, the rooms are small. And yes, it is in a less glamorous part of town (there are prostitutes on the streets at night - I advise against family stays - and it is next door to a university). But the rooms are very clean and well-furnished, the staff are lovely, and it's in an extremely convenient location 10 minutes walk from a well-connected metro station (three stops to the Colosseum). Recommend the €18 three-day unlimited travel pass. Also breakfast is great, but not for the fry-up lover - good selection of breads, cereals, cold meats and cheese, and pastries. It's Europe, so when in Rome...
So, for young people or those travelling on a budget without children, who just want somewhere decent to sleep between adventures into Rome, this place is just about perfect.
The hotel is very comfortable with spacious rooms and the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. The cleaning service was also excellent.
It is a fair distance from the centre of Rome but as we were staying for over a week and don't mind the odd bus ride that wasn't a problem for us. Once you've done the bus and metro trip into Rome once or twice it's actually very easy to get in and out and we never waited long for a bus.
The only thing that disappointed us about the hotel was the leisure facilities which is a big part of why we booked that hotel. The swimming pool, spa, restaurant/pizzeria and gym etc. is not actually onsite at the hotel and is in the leisure centre next door to the hotel. You do get free access to much of it but it's open to the public and the swimming pool is always busy with locals doing lengths, which takes away from the holiday atmosphere. We also didn't get to go in the outdoor pool as it wasn't opened whilst we were there, despite good weather.
Also, there are no tea or coffee facilities inside the rooms and when I went to get a cup of tea from the restaurant next door, they wouldn't let me take the tea myself but instead follwed me to my room with the tray just so that they could charge an extra 6 euros for room service!
Aside for those minor points, the hotel was brilliant. The bed was comfy and the room air conditioned and if you had the window shut it was very quiet and peaceful. Again, the staff were amazing and spoke flawless English.
It's was a good hotel but some staff would take ages to serve drinks we had a 20 min wait for a bus so thought to grab a drink after waiting 10-15 mins we just walked off but other then that it was good
Hotel was good. Far from the city but accessible easily by bus # 160. Take a pass for the public transport, you'll need it. Breakfast was limited but sufficient. Staff was extremely friendly. Overall a good experience :)
A couple of miles south of the city centre, EUR takes its name from Esposizione Universale di Roma, built for an exhibition in 1942. The bombastic architecture was then intended to glorify Fascism, but now is home to shops, cinemas and clubs and exhibitions. Within the marble halls there are also three very good museums, including the fascinating Museum of Roman Civilization.