We picked this hotel for convenience to the principal sights of Rome, reasonable cost, and because it was well recommended. It exceeded expectations in all respects, and was a very comfortable place to stay. Breakfast was outstanding. The hotel is older but has been well maintained and further renovation was in process.
Hotel was as expected on advertising literature. We did not use any in-house facilities apart from room. Well located for walking to 'old' Rome sights. Bus stop for 'hop-on, hop-off' bus 5 minutes walk away. Many bars and restaurants nearby of all standards. Three stops on bus from Rome Termini railway station on No 40, bus stop 50 yards from hotel. Staff excellent from front of house through to cleaners/ancillaries etc. Some building work going on at time, so roof terrace closed. Not sure whether there was a restaurant available, but ate out anyway. There is a small coffee shop alongside main entrance within hotel, excellent for small refreshments.
Loved this hotel and it's so convenient for walking to the Collosseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain etc. Its a modern and beautiful hotel with very helpful and friendly staff. I stayed at their sister hotel which is around the corner, the Rome Life Hotel last year and like this one even more! You can't beat it for the price, service, style and location.
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The new Rome Times hotel is located in the heart of Rome, between Via Nazionale, the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum. This …More
This was my family's first trip to Rome and I am so glad that I chose St. Regis for our stay. The staff were friendly and very courteous. We were welcomed by the receptionist who accompanied us to the elevator and wished us a pleasant stay. In the room we found a tray of complementary fresh fruits and Italian sweets. Every time we ordered room service for my child, they brought complementary boxes of gift and candies for him. The room was grand and decorated with Roman taste. They brought extra bed for my son at no extra charge. Room and bathroom were super clean and robes and towels were great quality and comfy. We used the gym almost daily and enjoyed the facility. The afternoon tea was awesome and the dinner price was surprisingly reasonable for a five star hotel compared with some other restaurants around the city. We will definitely recommend this hotel for families staying in Rome.
Cannot fault our stay at this hotel. Had a lovely time from start to finish. A very warm welcome was given by the staff. We had a lovely Junior Suite for myself, husband and two children. The room was spacious, really clean, had a superb shower and was air conditioned. Rooms were cleaned daily to a high standard. Safe in room and mini bar was a great addition to the room. Free wifi also great. Breakfast was full of choice and very fresh. The roof top bar was lovely. Only thing I would suggest is that it could be made more accessible during the day, just to sit and take in the sunshine whilst having time out from the huge amount of places to see and visit. The hotel is located within close reach in so many of the sights including the Colosseum/Spanish Steps/Trevi Fountain and The Pantheon. Just had the most amazing time. Thank you so much to the hotel staff for making our stay so comfortable. Would love to return one day to see all the things we couldn't fit into the three days we stayed!
We only stayed one night at the end of a trip through Spain. We specifically chose this hotel because it was rated as very, very clean and right downtown. We were not disappointed! It is only about a 4 minute walk from Termini station and very easy to find. Sign easily read from far away. Breakfast buffet is very, very good. Large selection of real food. I will stay here again when in Rome.
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.