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Reviewed 26 October 2008

A lovely hotel in an excellant location very close to the Colessum, the rooms are big, airy, modern and very clean. The overall impression of the hotel and services was excellant, they made us feel very welcome !

The little bit more you pay for this hotel is well worth it as its within a short walking distance of the main Roman attractions!
Its lovely to see the Colessum in the evening when the main tourists have all gone home.

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Reviewed 17 October 2008

The location is terrific for exploring Ancient Rome. Our room was very nice and quite spacious for a city hotel. The Desk Clerk was particularly helpful with pointing out interesting local resturants and with travel arrangements. Having a glass of wine on the terrice with the sun setting over the Colosseum was enchanting.

  • Stayed: October 2008, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Elliott8
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Reviewed 14 October 2008

This hotel is spacious for Rome, modern and sits in a location which feels quite central but off the beaten track. It is a couple of minute's walk from the Colisseum. There are plenty of nice neighbourhood restaurants and bars to enjoy nearby. Each evening began and ended for us with a drink on the large, well furnished roof terrace.

The staff are extremely friendly and efficient. The hotel was spotlessly clean.

Breakfast was fine, though the staff struggled to keep things topped up in the buffet. We had lunch here one day, and it was simple but very tasty.

The rooms feel spacious and nicely decorated, if a little bland. Bathrooms are small. Our only complaint is that the shower fluctuated between icy cold and burning hot, regardless of the temperature gauge.

Overall, an excellent hotel.

  • Stayed: October 2008, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank sp00kygirl
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Reviewed 13 October 2008

This hotel is blocks from the Colosseum, but still relatively quiet. It was a great location to take breaks and then go back and sight see some more. Rome has a lot of traffic during the day, and cars did cut through, but the hotel is soundproofed quite well. It has a nice upstairs terrace where breakfast is served and from which you can see the Colosseum clearly. The rooms each had a separate bath. One had a shower and the other a tub shower. The rooms are adequate size. We were able to shut off a hallway door to create a suite of sorts for our 2 rooms, which was nice. We spent 3 nights there and found the staff to be accomodating. We do not recommend the Crab restaurant down the street, however. It was recommended to us by the hotel, but we found it to be overpriced for adequate food. There is a restaurant several blocks away near the sign for "Tratoria" which was excellent. It is on the corner, same side of the street before the Tratoria. The biggest disappointment we had was the Spanish Steps -- just a bunch of steps. Unless you are planning on shopping there, skip it.

  • Stayed: October 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 October 2008

We loved this hotel. It is very boutique like, modern with great amenities. It has a pretty roof garden for evening drinks or just to sit out at one end, and has the breakfast area at the other end. Staff was welcoming and very helpful. Fabricio the bartender is most gracious. The neighborhood is residential and quiet with a bunch of eating places both expensive and reasonable. Many people on this site recommended Le Neumachie restaurant nearby. It was okay and not too expensive. Our best find was a little wine bar on Via Ostilla nearby called Divan. The place is tiny but they have an amazing wine list and great food too. Very accomodating and attentive owner.
One important tip: If you are not a walker, this hotel is not in the center of the city. It is walking distance to the Colliseum and Palantine Hill. We walked all over Rome from there and would stay at that hotel again.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled as a couple
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