I really would rate this hotel a little higher but the fact that the toilet ran most of the time, the resteraunt was closed the entire time which was one of the main reasons we selected the hotel in the first place, and the two twin beds pushed together that had a very flat mattress and kept separating all night. The staff did not speak English but they tried their very best which was nice but very frustrating. They were very friendly and sweet nonetheless. Please remember to bring outlet converters/adapters. And the reviews that were posted were very helpful. The views are stunning, the rooms clean, but really you get a bed and a washroom, nothing else. There is not even a phone in the room and if you are use to using washcloths, bring your own because they do not have any. There is a small 13in TV but there is only Italian channels. They will tell you that there is English ones but there is not. There is MTV and that only has English sometimes. Breakfast was toast (the size of crackers) tea and coffee. No water-oh and if you do not want club or seltzer water remember to say flat/still water. The best feature is that the bus is literally right outside the hotel and runs until 11 on most nights. There is nothing, I mean nothing to do locally so be prepared to use the bus often. Even the resteraunts that were close had sketchy hours and was hardly open. Load up on drinks and snacks at the grocery stores that the bus can take you to. Its the 32. We did finally catch the Le Isle resteraunt but they spoke no English and the menu was in Italian. Needless to say we ordered French Fries. lol. Oh and one day they do not serve meat so be sure to check. The church bells next door was very nice. If you are going to Rome for the food please be ready to be disappointed. The pizza is not like American pizza and the food is not that great. The wine was great though! we met great friends from NC at the hotel so this was a blessing. Take a day trip to Pompeii on your own. It is cheaper and you are not committed to stay with a tour. We were going to pay $300 for 2 for tour but we did it on our own by just taking the 32 bus into the terminal and then the train into Naples and then Pompeii. It was about $100 for the both of us. The same with the Collesum. It was $24 for 2. We paid about $120 for two online. Oh and ATM wills not let you get money from your savings just so you know. We found out the hard way. ; ). I hope this helps someone and God Bless.
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