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Inn Rome Rooms & Suites
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Reviewed 16 July 2012

During a recent business trip to Italy, we had the opportunity to end the business portion a couple days early and head to Rome for a couple nights. We admit that it was a short notice trip and we were trying to make plans last minute, but we were unprepared for the hassle and trouble we were about to run into when dealing with Roman B&B’s.

Our first stop on the B&B treadmill was the Town House Fontana di Trevi near Trevi Fountain. The second stop was the B&B Orologio close to the Inn Rome & Suites (We have reviews for both those places). Our final stop was the Inn Rome & Suites. If you read our reviews on the other two B&Bs, you can track the saga of how we got to the Inn, but suffice to say, that after the reservation fell through at the Orologio, we needed a VERY last minute place to stay and also one that could accommodate us late at night (by the time we finally got to the B&B, it was well past 11 pm). So, we emailed and called Fabiana at the Inn and she was very accommodating. When we arrived at the hotel with our bags, there was someone waiting for us to help us carry the bags to the room and he showed us how to get through the security doors and into our room. The room was nice (it was a “standard”) with a king size bed and AC. The decorations are a little strange (by U.S. standards) – there was a large script painted on the wall that said “Enjoy Your Life”. The bed was comfortable, the a/c worked and the bathroom was adequate with all the requisite toiletries. As with other rooms we have seen in Rome, it was not “luxury”, but the cost and location are excellent. The Vatican is in easy walking distance (we recommend you buy your Vatican tickets online) and the other attractions in Rome are not far. The Trevi and Pantheon are about a 10-15 min walk or a fairly quick cab ride, although the Coliseum is probably a bit far for walking. Rome is packed with restaurants, gelaterias, bistros, cafes, etc, so there is no reason to walk far to find great food.
The breakfast at the Inn does leave a little to be desired. It is served in your room, which is nice, but it is definitely no frills. It felt more like a “block check” to justify the second “B” in B&B. You fill out a card the night before and may as well just check everything, because it did not seem to change what I received. It was a small bowl of corn flakes, a packaged cup of yogurt, a banana, a very small roll, some juice and some coffee. We ended up just eating breakfast in one of the numerous bakeries in the area that will serve you incredible fresh croissant and pastries hot from the oven.

At the end of the day, the Inn is a nice place to sleep in a good location. They were accommodating when we were in need and provided a good, clean experience. I would recommend them if you need a convenient place near the Vatican. However, if you are looking for a more lux experience with full services and engaged staff, look elsewhere.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Steph_Richardson
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Reviewed 21 June 2012

A great little hotel with nice staff that were very helpful with restaurant recommendations, good places to go etc. Breakfeast delivered to the room every morning, and good cleaning of the room while we were away.

The location is spot on with some very nice restaurants within walking distance, and about 10-15 minutes from most sights. A bit noise from the street, but nothing that affected our sleep.

Very spacious bathroom!! :)

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Kermithimself
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Reviewed 3 April 2012

Inn Rome is not a traditional hotel. it populated the first floor of a residential building. we got the double room so it was spacious and comfortable with a big bath room. I saw that people complained about the noise from the street, but the double glazing window is blocking it.

The hotel has a great location its 5 - 10 min walk from all the main attractions.

the only issue we can give you a head-up on is regarding the breakfast: since there is no dining room you have to choose your breakfast when you arrive, and if you want to change you have to remember to let the owner (Fabiana) know in the evening before. (usually she is not there in the evening so send her an email or call her)

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 19 January 2012

I recently stayed in this B&B and it was perfect! Perfect location, perfect staff, perfect price, and most importantly - perfect night's sleep. Very spacious and clean rooms, good continental breakfast, variety of international channels, and quiet.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank nyujay2010
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Reviewed 28 September 2011

My husband and I stayed at Inn Rome Rooms and Suites for 5 nights in early September. I found this hotel through booking.com, but it was a new facility and there were no reviews. The price and location were right, however, so I took a chance and booked. I'm soooo glad I did. When we arrived in Rome, we took a car service from the airport to the hotel. The car dropped us off right in front of the building, we walked into the courtyard, and a security guard directed us upstairs. The woman who checked us in spoke no English, but we figured everything out using hand signals and pointing. She was wonderful, and we both laughed the whole time. She told me Fabiana, who spoke English, would be in the following day. We also chose our breakfast menu, and arranged to have it delivered at 7:30 a.m. We were given keys to the outside of the building, the hallway door, and our room door.

Our room had a large bed (two twins pushed together), a small table with two chairs, an armoire, and a bathroom. It was actually pretty large compared to other accommodations in Rome and was spotlessly clean. Our room overlooked the alley off of Vittorio Emanuele. The windows (along with everything else) were new.

This hotel is in a busy part of Rome. We were within 10 minutes of both Piazza Navona, and Campo de Fiori, a 15 minute walk to the Vatican, and 20 or so minutes from ancient Rome. Being on Vittorio Emanuel made it very easy to walk anywhere, or catch a cab if needed. Yes, it is a bit noisy, but neither my husband nor I were bothered by it, and a pair of earplugs would solve the problem rather quickly. The hotel and location were worth the noise.

Breakfast was lovely and was delivered to our room each morning. My husband and I ordered two cornettos (croissants), fruit, American coffee and a cappuccino. It was delicious (the cornets were warm).

This hotel was an absolute pleasure! We'll be back to Rome (we loved it), and we will stay at Inn Rome again.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank adavis_STL
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