This hotel is in the university area of the city. A buzzing environment but not so much as to be a nuisance. We're a family with teenagers so this suited us well, especially as the prices in the local restaurants were really reasonable. Staff at he hotel were friendly and helpful, breakfast was good and the room was cleaned every day to a very good standard.
Situated a 15/20 minute walk from the termini station which we found fine, would not suit everyone. The local metro station is the Policlinico and there are trams nearby, so travel links are good.
Great private apartments, great staff, clean room and close to Tiburtina train station and also Bologna and Tiburtina metro stations. For your comfort it would be best to rent an apartment with private bathroom, but the shared bathroom was also clean and very well kept. Grazie Aish
We had a great experience with my family, staying at the Pigneto Hotel.
The staff was helpful and resilient, the room was tidy and cozy.
The breakfast was served by a Room Service Attendant, the portion of the meal was quite fair, small continental.
The location is in travelable distance to the Termini Station (City Centre), and day/night busses are running really often, in every 10-15 mins.
If you are looking for a place to stay for cheap prize, but not at the crowded part of the down, this is definately the place what you considering to choose, or at least looking at.
The hotel is in a nice quiet area which appears local and is about 20 minutes away from the city centre by taxi-which can eventually become pricey as we were there for 6 nights. I suggest the metro which is far cheaper and takes you straight to many of the tourist sites, for example the Coliseum. The staff were helpful when it came to calling a taxi when needed, as well as guiding us towards the closest metro station (which is 'Bologna'). However, when we first entered our given hotel room it appeared very different from what we saw in the picture: For a "family room" there was hardly any mobility, the beds were very close together-one of the beds were a foldable bed and gave myself back pains the entirety we were there, we had to often swap who slept on it every night. It didn't help that the air conditioning-which was situated directly above the foldable bed- leaked every night. The dripping was loud, thus got irritating.
The facilities which were provided with the hotel were an advantage though. The bathroom was very clean. The cleaning staff were excellent as they provided us with clean towels every day, cleaned the room and changed the bins. Moreover, the room has a working fridge and tv (which we eventually got to work but had nothing of interest on it as it was all in Italian). The breakfast was nice and had a good variety. Any problems we had the staff tried to respond quick, we even got offered new rooms (separate) due to the AC, but decided to stay where we were.
The b&b is 10 min by tram from Termini station. The location is not the best but it is ok. Restaurants and shops are in a few streets behind the b&b.
The room is of a good size, clean and comfortable. The décor is very nice either in the room and in the communal areas. Breakfast is self service and includes coffee, tea, cakes, biscuits, jam, Nutella, granola and more. A proper espresso machine is available 24h as well as all food mentioned above and it is unlimited.
Our stay at The Home in Rome was very pleasant. The staff - Jade, and also Delia, the housekeeper, were very warm and welcoming, and responsive to all our needs and questions. Jade showed us how to get around in Rome, and gave us good suggestions regarding what to do there.
The room and apartment were very clean and pleasant. The bed and linens were very comfortable, and the bathroom of a very high standard for Italy.
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On arriving very late at the hotel we were given the card to the room 308, on entering, the room was ok, under the sideboard I could see an old pair of slippers, the view was at the back and very disappointing, but worst of all entering the bathroom we were met with a strong smell of rotten eggs, as it being very late we just went to bed, the smell kept me a awake all night and after using the sink the smell got much worse, the bed was also too hard for our liking, in the morning we discovered the sink plug was full of old hair and was obvious it hadn't been cleaned for a long time, after complaining we changed rooms, the next room was slightly better, at the least there was no smell, the coffee machine in the room was full of stale water with loads of dust on top. The reception staff were very helpful and friendly, alway greeting us with a hello and a smile.
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The Rome Tiburtina railway station, one of the most important stations in the city, is located in the Tiburtina Est neighborhood. The area is also an excellent starting point for a visit to the famous San Lorenzo district, known for its nightlife, and for daytrips to the medieval town of Tivoli and its ancient villas such as Villa d'Este and Villa Gregoriana.