This room could not be smaller. There was barely space to walk. It was a double bed for 2 people made with twin sheets. Would have worked for one person. There were larger rooms. If we had the energy to move we would have requested that. Easy access to Metro on a quieter side street with fabulous restaurants in the neighborhood.
This was a most accommodating hotel! Staff was ultra helpful. Breakfast buffet was wonderful with good selection. They responded quickly and warmly to all requests. Truly one of the best experiences I have had in all of Europe.
Took some finding - only a small plaque on the wall outside but once inside the staff were great . Room we had was small and glad we were only in it for 3 nights . Quiet , good aircon , no tea or coffee in room but reception staff could always make one for you . good selection of restaurants and bars nearby .
The 3-star Hotel Porta Pia enjoys an excellent location for accommodation in Rome, near Porta Pia , one the Roman gates of …More
We stayed at Hotel Fiume for 5 nights. We were first placed in a handicapped room, which is only worth mentioning because it had a special flat shower without a lip or tub of any kind. This is how we first discovered the plumbing issues. The sink and shower both drained extremely slowly, which in combination with the handicapped shower, led to immediate flooding of our bathroom.
The hotel staff was kind enough to move us to another room the next day, which was manageable due to a lip in the shower - but draining was still an issue. We found ourselves stopping the shower every 30 seconds or so to give the water time to drain, which was a definite nuisance.
From the moment we arrived we had excellent service.We were allocated our room quickly and our bags were carried up by the porter.Our room was spacious and well furnished and comfortable.The hotel has a lovely roof top terrace and small restraunt.The view from here was beautiful.Breakfast was taken in a quirky downstairs basement and was very nice Good selection of food and plenty of choice.This hotel is in a good location for all sight seeing.
Made famous by 'La Dolce Vita' film in 1960, the Via Veneto is going through a glamorous renaissance. Bars, restaurants, chic hotels and boutiques all vie for attention in the street which coined the expression 'paparazzo' – the surname of the photojournalist in the film. Nearby, the Spanish Steps are the place for lovers' trysts, shopping, and honing the Italian art of 'dolce far niente' – idling and people-watching.