A nice little hotel. The staff was very nice and helpful. The housekeeping changed the bed spread- literally a different style/color of comforter every 2-3 days. Fresh towels. Room was small, to European standards, but well kept. Shower was hot. Make sure you don't get a room near the street if you are a light sleeper. The cars, sirens, trains, and trams can be heard if you are. I didn't mind so much. Free wifi throughout hotel, including the room. 6 Euro, per a Person, per a day (up to ten days) charge by the country that must be paid in cash at the end of your stay.
An insider trip for Rome, and all travelling. When you have free wifi at the hotel, use "Yelp" app.. to bookmark all your favorite places. Then when you are out and about without WIFI- open the app and go to bookmarked items- the GPS still works and you will be a "blue" ball on the screen. This will help you get around some and find things out in Italy!
Reasonable hotel .. Good value for money.
Location in a bit of a rundown area of central Rome by the Termini Rail station but the hotel standards more than make up for this.
Staff very helpful...relocated to a more suitable room and found shoes we had left by mistake.
The food was of limited range but of a good standard.
Good location to get to the main sites.of interest. Main transport we used was the no. 81 bus. (Metro station 4 stops on the bus).
Suggest a map with the bus routes would have been a great help.
Lovely hotel only 100 metres from the metro station ( on the same street ) which gives you easy direct access to many places in Rome. And although there isn't much around the actual hotel, being so close to the metro is great.
And to be fair it only takes about 40 minutes to walk to the Colloseum with plenty to see and enjoy en route.
The hotel is very clean and well maintained with friendly, helpful staff. I would definitely recommend staying at the Re De Roma, very good value for money.
This is not a traditional hotel. It is however a very clean, good sized room, and easily accessible via metro. We went to Roma for a night and wanted a room not in the core of the hustle and bustle. There is no restaurant or pool etc as it is a cluster of rooms located is a business area of Roma. There is a fridge, closet, safe, big bathroom and shower and a very good air conditioning which is a must in Roma when it's 36 degrees outside. Simone was great. He was very helpful in giving us directions to and from there and was able to accommodate us leaving our bags there while we explored Roma. There is no "on site" staff but Simone is available. You have to advise them of checkin so he can be there. I was skeptical at the beginning but it was very easy and efficient. Would definitely stay there again if I don't want a "hotel".
Lovely room, very modern and great for a weekend break. Good size, amenities and the bathroom is brilliant. The location is good, short walk to metro and 10 minutes walk from the colesseum! Unless you look at the reviews before it can be quite hard to find but once you do find it its great! Cannot comment on the hotel staff as we only saw them when we checked in! Where we had to pay our city tax (never prewarned about this) - so if you want an individual room with a great view and good location this will do you fine but if you need a hotel reception and someone to ask for help I wouldn't recommend staying here!
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.