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Hotel Alimandi Via Tunisi - Rome Hotels

Hotel Alimandi Via Tunisi

Via Tunisi 8, Rome - Map
"Nice hotel in front of the Vatican"
Cozy hotel, clean , nice staff, feel like home, good location, managed by owner
Traveller from Toronto, Canada
Boasting a superb location a few steps from St. Peters Basilica and the Vatican Museums right in the historical centre of …More
Hotel Rex - Rome Hotels

Hotel Rex

Via Torino 149, Rome - Map
"close to a lot places"
made the reservation with breakfast included when I booked but when I printed the imformation I didn't put attention that breakfast wasn't there so when we get there we had to pay for breakfast again, also I book a family room whish is for up to four persons but when we get there they told us that we booked for only two persons so we had to pay the diference for the dauther of the couple so expedia should make crear that for the customers so at the end we are really disappointed of expedia for the extra money that we used and the customer service that they provide to us.
Traveller from san diego ca
Bettoja Hotel Mediterraneo - Rome Hotels

Bettoja Hotel Mediterraneo

Via Cavour 15, Rome - Map
"Classic from the Art Deco era"
This hotel conveniently located near Termini Station, it is a well maintained traditional property from the 1930's. My room was spacious with up to date climate controls a large well equipped bathroom and even a view ( from the 9th floor) Breakfast was included daily with a generous selection of European and American choices. Staff was friendly and helpful, my only complaint was that the elevators were a little slow.
Traveller from New York, NY
Relais Praxedis - Rome Hotels

Relais Praxedis

Via Sicilia, 153, Rome - Map
"Nice hotel but a bit of a walk."
I have to admit that I was sceptical when I first got there. From the outside, it look nothing like the pictures and there's a small sign by the door that you need to pay attention to be able to see. It's about a 20 min walk going up a hill to get to the hotel from the metro. But there's 3 or 4 different bus that go all over Rome that I will get you one block from the hotel. It was really convenient at night after a great diner in Rome. The breakfast is served in a little bar next to the hotel, the staff there was a bit rude and you are limited to coffee when it comes time to get something to drink. I would recommend because the rooms were clean, the beds were free of bugs and the a/c was cold witch is very useful in the summer months in Rome.
Traveller from Montreal, Canada
Welcome Piram Hotel - Rome Hotels

Welcome Piram Hotel

Via Giovanni Amendola 7, Rome - Map
"great location. "
close to buses, rail. walked to forum, colloseum, spanish steps, pantheon, hop on hop off to vatican city. good variety of eating establishments within walking distance. A/C worked in our room, but not in rooms of our friends. Claudia at front desk was extremely helpful whenever we asked her a question, and arranging our transport to airport.
Traveller from Canada
Grand Hotel Fleming - Rome Hotels

Grand Hotel Fleming

Piazza Monteleone Di Spoleto 20, Rome - Map
very good, they let me upgrade my room into one of the suites :)
A Traveller
Hotel Diocleziano - Rome Hotels

Hotel Diocleziano

Via Gaeta 71, Rome - Map
"Wonderful service, very comfortable."
We stayed here rather than at a lower priced hotel because we are older travelers and did not want to worry about our accommodations. It was a good choice. The staff was very competent, and they were consistently friendly and patient. The hotel was quiet and comfortable.
Traveller from South Carolina
Hotel Majestic - Rome Hotels

Hotel Majestic

Via Vittorio Veneto 50, Rome - Map
"Always excellent service!! and very good location."
Always excellent service!! and very good location. So, every time when I came Roma, I stayed this hotel. I have been many 5 star hotel(Intercontinental, Hassler....) in Roma. When considering the cost, Majestic is a best solution in Roma.
Traveller from Seoul
Grand Hotel Tiberio - Rome Hotels

Grand Hotel Tiberio

Via Lattanzio 51, Rome - Map
"Nice hotel"
It was great that we could park in the hotel grounds. To find parking in Rome is very difficult and it was great that we had parking. Breakfast was great with ample food to choose from.
Traveller from San Francisco
Hotel De Petris - Rome Hotels

Hotel De Petris

Via Rasella 142, Rome - Map
"Great Hotel"
Our first breakfast was not worth 14 euros, possibly 9 not 14.,after that we ate out. The rest of our stay was great , every one was helpful, and nice. We would go back and stay longer than four days, if go back to Roma we would stay at the De Petris.
Traveller from Flagler Beach,Florida
The 3 star Hotel De Petris is just a 5 minute walk from the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps and offers elegant rooms in …More

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