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All reviews santa maria maggiore rooftop terrace beautiful church single room central hotel within walking distance train station tiny elevator your luggage friendly hotel pastries lovely little hotel continental style basic hotel busy road mini bar stayed here for nights
The Doria is a great value three-star hotel in a convenient location, close to the station and within walking distance of most of Rome's main sights. Staff were incredibly friendly and helpful, and rooms are of a really good standard given the price.
Response from hotel_doria_roma, Responsabile reception at Hotel DoriaResponded 4 March 2011
Thank you from Hotel Doria staff.
Hotel Doria Roma
At least faulty towers was funny. there was nothing funny about this place at all.
!) the staff were very ignoranat except for one older man with glasses who was nice. i wanted to bring a friend up to see how small my room was...More
2 Thank Annongalway
Response from hotel_doria_roma, Responsabile reception at Hotel DoriaResponded 24 February 2011
Dear "Sir", thank you for your comment.
In order not to lose my precious time ,my answer is in the other comments. We do not claim the highest recognition, but at least they are true.
Hotel Doria is a basic but ok hotel on a perfect location near Termini station. The rooms are small, and the shower must be the smallest I have ever seen, but everything is clean. They clean the whole hotel everyday. The breakfast is basic, with...More
2 Thank robertcalis
Response from hotel_doria_roma, Responsabile reception at Hotel DoriaResponded 2 March 2016
Thankyou so much for your reviewing us!
We are delighted to have met your expectations!
We're just a small family hotel but we try to do the best for our guests!
We really hope to meet you again in the future!
The hotel as a whole was pleasant. Convenient enough arrangement, isn't far from the basic sights.Rooms are small, but cozy enough. However the unfriendly relation of the personnel categorically wasn't pleasant. At an extract from hotel our things have taken out from number without our...More
2 Thank Elena1405
Response from hotel_doria_roma, Responsabile reception at Hotel DoriaResponded 16 October 2010
Dear Madam, First of all thank you for having remembered to write.
First, remember that the suitcases were already made and closed in the room. Some customers are waiting for someone from the staff to take and bring them in storage, which I did, however,...More
Stayed four nights and although the shower and toilet were a little small, by Rome standards this hotel was more than acceptable. The staff were always pleasant and helpfull and it was close to many icons. We were able to walk to 90 percent of...More
e Hotel Doria is located in the historic and commercial center, overlooking the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the most famous and beautiful basilicas in Rome, and is a few minutes from Via …MoreVeneto, Spanish Steps and the Colosseum. In an old building completely renovated, it is equipped with modern comforts: lift, anti-noise windows and with a lovely roof-garden where we serve continental breakfast buffet gratis. All rooms are classically furnished and equipped with shower, color TV, telephone, air conditioning, mini-bar, WI-FI free. Combination safe electric available. On request: parking facilities, use fax and photocopier, car rental. They accept major credit cards. Less
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Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic centre. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.