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Hotel Royal Court
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Reviewed 13 January 2005

We stayed at the Royal Court over the New Year's weekend. We travelled with our two teen aged kids and booked a quad room. They put as into a double room to which they had added a twin bed plus a rollaway bed so there was wall-to-wall mattress with absolutely no room between the beds. We complained so two days later they moved us into a larger room where at least there was room for a night stand between the king sized bed and the twin beds. Both rooms had no closet, only a small armoire in the small room and an armoire and a dresser in the larger room. The front desk staff and concierge were very friendly. The rooms were nicely decorated and the breakfast was acceptable. Tip . . . make sure to order cappuccino because the regular coffee is horrible! I would definetely stay there again but would get two rooms instead of a quad. The location is very convenient and they recommended an excellent restaurant just around the corner.
Had the room not been so small I would have given it a 5 pt rating

15  Thank YountvilleJoy
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Reviewed 10 January 2005

We were very excited to stay at this hotel, based on the wonderful reviews on this site. We stayed over New Years weekend, and I must say the Hotel was a mixed experience for us. Our room was tiny, even by Europe standards -- no jacuzzi for us! We really did not even have enough room to maneuver around the bed and into the bathroom. The decor was worn down and paint was peeling from the bathroom ceiling. On the first morning, there was no hot water for showers, and because the Hotel was full we were told that 2 of our 4 pillows had to be taken back since there was a shortage (after some negotiation, we prevailed and got back the pillows). On the plus side, the staff was very friendly and was otherwise accomodating. Some of our disappointment arose from the fact that we had to pay approx 170 Euro/night due to the holiday, and this Hotel is simply not worth that kind of money. To compare it with the Four Seasons is simply nonesense -- this is not a luxury hotel, but it's a nice 3-star hotel.

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Reviewed 6 January 2005

August 2004. For my first time on Rome, I picked the Hotel Morgan Royal Court through an online service. Expected Bates motel, got a smaller version of the Four Seasons. The rooms are simply spectactular and comforatable. We took the train from Fumicino Airport (the Leaonardo Express) and walked to the hotel from the Termini (carry-on luggage only for this, wheeled a MUST). For my first trip to Europe, I was worried about the neighborhood, but never had any real reason to worry. The staff, from the desk clerk to the Romainian girl who made breakfast each day, nothing but first class service. My mom, 62, hurt her knee the day before we arrived, at the Acropolis in Athens, and had to get the first flight out early am. The desk clerk gave her the first room on the bottom floor, and got her a car and made sure she got to her plane. We walked Rome and took public transit (Watch out on the Metro, lots of pick pockets, mostly women, be careful). First timers, unlike Greece, you need a local to point you to the quality food establishments. Really. If you don't, you will be eating at the McDonalds in the Termini.

25  Thank ramilose
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Reviewed 22 December 2004

Stayed in a quad room for 5 nights - ample space and huge bathroom with jacuzzi. Service was 1st rate and very friendly. It is less than 5 mins from the Termini Stn and close enough to walk to most attractions. Very safe area, went there with Mum and little sister no problems at all. Would defintely recommend. Good brekky too.

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Reviewed 4 December 2004

i am not sure about the other reviewers and where they live but the hotel is beautiful and is in an excellent location. within one block are the headquarters of unicef italy and the the italian tourism bureau. there are some beautiful buildings around the hotel.

the hotel is close to everything unless you think it should be across the street. rome is defined by walking so expect to do some and bring comfortable shoes. also remember to bring an alarm clock to make sure you get up if the wake-up call does not wake you up.

buying subway tickets is a waste of time. romans let the foreigners buy the subway tickets and pay the freight so the romans travel for free. notice that all the romans enter the subway station next to the booth where you enter the subway. the attendant never looks to see if you have a ticket or not. save the time and save the money. in all of the times that we were on the subway, we were never asked to, or had to, show a ticket.

the hotel room was spotless, comfortable and had friendly staff.

check around for prices. we paid 120 euro for a quadruple room (one double and 2 single beds). in USD it was quoted from the low at orbitz to the high of $270 USD at expedia.

29  Thank littercritter
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