Hotel staff was efficient and helpful. The hotel is old but has been well kept. Room amenities are good. Breakfast is abundant and good. The hotel is one block from a metro stop which is very convenient. That metro location is one stop away from the main Rome train terminal so traveling to other cities in Italy by train was convenient. There are a number of moderately priced restaurants nearby so dining choices are plentiful and good. The hotel is located on a very busy street but the quiet room I requested was indeed a quiet room.
Great location. Room was rather small, but clean, and the shower was terrific. Internet was very good too. Hotel was undergoing some minor reconstruction while we were there, but it was not a problem. Staff called a taxi for us to return to Termini and was helpful in providing a map and best routes to the major sites from the hotel. I would definitely stay here again.
Annex rooms are a separate entrance from the main hotel rooms. You'll need your room key to get thru the entrance, which enters a nice, spacious break room with coffee, tea, and PC. however, there is no security guard this part of the building. We got a knock at 10PM asking to refill the minibar on our second night, but were told during check in the minibar wasn't replenished everyday. It was kind of weird and late, so we didn't open the door for security reasons.
Overall, the rooms were night. High ceilings.
The new Rome Times hotel is located in the heart of Rome, between Via Nazionale, the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum. This …More
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.