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Hotel Cosmopolita - Rome Hotels

Hotel Cosmopolita

Via Santa Eufemia, 5, Rome - Map
"Location was great"
Location was great. Could walk everywhere or short cab ride. Room did not have a fan or AC or a window you could open. Fan unit above the bed (that didn't work) dripped water on my head. Checkin took a very long time. Overall room condition and size was good but bathroom wasn't clean. it was very hot in the room.
A Traveller
Pantheon Royal Suite - Rome Hotels

Pantheon Royal Suite

Piazza Della Rotonda 7, Rome - Map
"Hotel Close to Everything"
Awesome experience within walking distance to historic sites.
Traveller from IL
Hotel Sole al Pantheon - Rome Hotels

Hotel Sole al Pantheon

Piazza Della Rotonda 63, Rome - Map
"Close to a lot of attractions"
Good, lady at front desk excellent, males were preoccupied with talking to each other
Traveller from Minneapolis, mn
I Tre Moschettieri - Rome Hotels

I Tre Moschettieri

Vicolo Sciarra 61, Rome - Map
What can I say...WOW! We only got back last night but I wanted to post this straight away. Nicoleta, Stephanie and the team made our 5 day stay in Rome memorable for all the right reasons. The Guest House is perfectly placed in the Trevi district to comfortably walk to the four corners of Rome, as we did. As with many of the hotels there are stairs, but if you're fairly fit (my mother is 85yrs) then it's fine. The reception we received on arrival was both warm and welcoming. Whilst we were in Rome to experience the history, culture, food and language of the Romans, it is very helpful when the team speak excellent English, especially when you have questions or need assistance with making arrangements as we did on departing, when we wanted a taxi to take us directly to the airport.The photographs truly reflected what we found. Our large, lovely room was on the main road and was both noisy, with the bustle of the city, and warm, but the windows shut out the noise and the air-conditioning works brilliantly...and we weren't in Rome to stay in our room all day! The bathroom was large and modern with a good bath, but who has time for that on a city break! The breakfast was continental and had all you could possibly wish for..... and you could make tea and coffee whenever you wanted to! We couldn't have asked for better. Anyway, got to go....need to unpack....and maybe think about the next trip!
A Traveller
I Tre Moschettieri Guest House is a comfortable and central Town House Suite in Rome . Located right in the heart of the …More
Exe Hotel della Torre Argentina - Rome Hotels

Exe Hotel della Torre Argentina

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 102, Rome - Map
"Good location"
Unfortunately my booking for a room with a terrace was overlooked by hotel staff which resulted in us having to stay one night in a lesser room - we were just lucky that there was a terraced room becoming available. As we were attending a wedding on the day that we had to move rooms, this was not relaxing. The hotel waived our city tax and paid for a taxi to Ciampino airport.
Traveller from Scotland
The Hotel Della Torre Argentina is located in an elegant 18th-century building, right in the heart of Rome's true historic …More
Hotel Abruzzi - Rome Hotels

Hotel Abruzzi

Piazza Della Rotonda 69, Rome - Map
"Nice Hotel opposite the Pantheon in prime location"
The hotel room we were given did not look like the picture although the views were still amazing. The hotel staff were brilliant and the hotel is perfectly located in the middle of all attractions.
Traveller from UK
The hotel Abruzzi is situated in the very heart of Rome , on Piazza della Rotonda , just in front of the Pantheon and a …More
Hotel Le Clarisse al Pantheon - Rome Hotels

Hotel Le Clarisse al Pantheon

Via Arco Della Ciambella 19, Rome - Map
"Good location but tricky to find!"
Nice central hotel near Pantheon with very helpful staff. Tucked away down side street. Doesn't look like a hotel from the outside so it is easy to walk passed it. Hotel is through an arch and is on 1st floor of the building where the reception is.
Traveller from york uk
Navona Governo Vecchio - Rome Hotels

Navona Governo Vecchio

Via Del Governo Vecchio 118, Rome - Map
"Beautiful hotel perfect location"
We loved this hotel! It's on a great little street filled with restaurants and antique stores and is just a short walk from piazza Navona
Traveller from germany
Ideally situated in Rome, just steps from Piazza Navona square, the town house suite Navona Governo Vecchio - Guest House …More
Hotel Duca d'Alba - Rome Hotels

Hotel Duca d'Alba

Via Leonina 14, Rome - Map
"Great location - beware the Annexe"
There appears to be two parts to this hotel - the main hotel and the adjacent building that is called the Annexe - not knowing any difference we booked into the Annexe. we arrived lateish (around 9:30pm) and were shown our room. The annexe building consists of a number of apartments as oppossed to rooms. We had room A2, which was dark, had a tiny window and was clastrophobic, so much so that we felt were in a basement. Not only this but the sound proofing was non existant so that we got to hear the lively and exubernet bunch of American Students next door for a good while. Not what I want from a get away in Rome. We called to reception who advised that as we had booked the Annexe building that is what we should expect, although they were surprised that it was noisy. I explained about the party next door and they said they couldnt do anything about it as it was private flats. We asked for a room change and were advised to wait until morning. Thus we put up with the noise and next day changed rooms to the main builidng. However, were charged an additional 20 Euros a night for the pleasure. The main hotel is more akin to what we know as a hotel and was much better (proper size windows for a start). However, they kept playing the Annexe card and didnt appear to care about the noise or the claustrophobic rooms. We were there for 4 nights, the final 3 were considerably more enjoyable than the first
Traveller from UK
The Telegraph Suites - Rome Hotels

The Telegraph Suites

Via del Mancino 11, Rome - Map
"Great central location "
Amazing apartment, amazing helpful staff, great location, 10 minutes to everything, will be back 😄
Traveller from c
If you are looking for 3 star apartments in the heart of Rome , then the Dolce Vita Residence offers you the perfect …More

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