I found the staff very helpful and the hotel very clean close to metro. The hotel its self was basic is the only negative but you can overlook this as the staff were so helpful in aiding with your needs it more than makes up for it.
Nice little hotel 10 minutes away from the city centre (by metro -Ponte Lungo if anyone's curious!) Staff were quite helpful, wifi was decent, the complimentary breakfast in the morning was also a very nice touch. The rooms were clean and tidy with a nice decor. You must leave the key with staff before you leave but considering how the reception is 24/7 that's not a problem. Finally, wih a supermarket 1 minute away from the hotel it makes buying daily necessities and food extremely convenient. Over all a great stay for a very affordable price!
Myself and my friend have just returned from a 4 night stay in the Cinemusic hotel and it was lovely! The staff couldn't do enough for you, very helpful! The metro was a 5 min walk away making it easy to visit all the sights! Will be returning at some point in the near future :)
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The hotel was extremely clean and kept very up to date. The cleaning staff was excellent - our room was immaculate every day. In terms of proximity, it's a 20 minute walk to the Coliseum and only about 5 minutes from the Metro A line which we used to get to the rest of the sites (Piaza del Popolo, St Peter's, etc.). We found the bed rather hard, but that's up to individual preference I suppose. The only other thing that would finish off this hotel would be a pool - it's really hot in Rome and to come back and have a dip would have been very refreshing after walking around the city all day. Still, we have no complaints about Le Terraze and would recommend it to anyone staying in Rome.
"Nice hotel, but not the best for first time travel"
If this is your first time in Italy or Europe, and you do not speak the language, this may not be the best place to stay. It is more like a B&B than a hotel. Although the owners/workers were responsive and helpful, it is not like a hotel where they have someone to help you with questions or getting a taxi 24/7. Also, the location is not at central, so if you are traveling to Rome for the first time and need a lot of assistance, this may not be the best place.
Nevertheless, the people were responsive and tried to be very helpful. Room was smaller than what was shown in the picture; the pictures and options written were misrepresented by expedia. I'm not sure how other places are like, so I can't compare to other hotels, but the facilities and rooms were renovated and very clean.
The centrally located San Giovanni neighborhood is named after the stunning Archbasilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, the official ecclesiastical seat of the Pope. Near Porta Maggiore, one of the gateways of the Aurelian Walls, the area is full of shopping, such as on Via Appia Nuova and in Piazza Re di Roma. Every year, this area hosts the popular 1st of May concert.