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“great location, clean and cozy, friendly staff, good breakfast”
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Hotel Lazio
Ranked #747 of 1,267 Hotels in Rome
Reviewed 21 April 2014

We stayed at this hotel as part of our package tour, on April 15-17, so don't know the prices really. The hotel is rather small, we stayed in a double room, facing the patio (room No 307), so it was quiet. Though the walls are not that thick, so we heard our neighbours a bit, but it was tolerable (and we were so tired that didn't care much). The room is small, with a small flat-screen TV, two beds, a wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with a real bath (which is not very common in Europe I assume). In the bathroom it was really warm as the radiator was on, and it was great as it was chilly at nights. We had three towels (changed daily). The personnel were very nice, we had trouble opening the door upon arrival, so the girl from reception came up to help with a smile :). The location is great - right across the road from the railway station, just 5 minutes from Piazza de Repubblica, and the metro station, whih is very convenient. I traveled with a lady-friend, and it was quite safe to walk around even at 9-11 pm. The railway area is rather dirty and with a lot of strange-looking people, but other than that - nice and safe (well, you have to watch out your bag everywhere in Rome anyway). Breakfasts were fine (and I have something to compare with!) - the staff keep refilling the bowls as people come and go, so even if you arrive for breakfast 30 min before the closure, you'll have food. They offer yogurt, cut fruits to go with it, cereal, a choice of jam, tea, coffee, juices, croissants, ham, cheese. All very tasty.
There is free wi-fi, but only downstairs. At the entrance to the hotel, outside in the patio, there is an area with armchairs and sofas, so it's rather cozy to sit down there and use the Internet.
As for food - Conad supermarket is nearby (at Piazza Independenza), and there is quite a number of dining places to choose from both in Terminal area and a bit further.
If I come back to Rome, I'll definitely check out this hotel.

Room Tip: I'm not sure, but maybe the ones facing the patio, should be quiter I suppose. Our window was fa...
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Irene B
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Reviewed 19 August 2013 via mobile

I stayed here during a school trip for our classics course for 3 nights. Each of which we changed rooms due to bed bugs!! After the first night I discovered that my legs were coated in around 23 bites from bed bugs! We immediately changed to a larger room on the highest floor which we thought would be much better. Nope! After the second night I discovered more bites from bed bugs and two bed bugs crawling around in my bed! Disgusting! We were then changed to the third room which was seemingly fine but due to recent bad nights I did not have a good nights sleep through the fear of being bitten again. The staff spoke barely any English but we were refunded the cost of our rooms for the 3 nights. The breakfast was given in this tiny little back room with the bare essentials and a continental style. Which was fine. The rooms themselves are very basic, most appliances are broken but you get a small en suite in every room. If you don't mind getting bitten by bed bugs and scratching your legs all day whilst touring rome then this is the hotel for you.

  • Stayed: October 2012
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11  Thank Oliv5433
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Reviewed 13 June 2013

The best thing is you are located close to the Termini and so this hotel is an ideal base for exploring the city. Rooms are very basic and clean. It's not like staying in a hotel chain, so furniture and furnishings very simple, not a style hotel!

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 1 June 2013

This hotel was relatively clean, albeit a rather odd smell emanating from the bathroom. It was a short, brisk walk to the city centre, which meant we could see more of Rome than would not have been possible were we further afield. The room had a fair amount of space, enough for three people, and the breakfast there was nice. I would however say that you should not use the safes in the room, as there are no english instructions, and I almost lost my iPod had my friend not figured out the code.

Room Tip: I stayed in room 18, and the bathroom had a strange smell, but ground floor rooms lead straight onto...
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 22 July 2012

Staying in this hotel for 3 nights. Firsf of all there is no wifi at all, they dont even have a internet access point(PC). There is a elevator. Hotel has 4 floors. Rooms are nice and clean. In the reception they can talk a bit english. Overall the location of this hotel is just ideal. Very close to Termini station(the heart of Rome) and other central points, like Colosseum and others.
It has no internal lobby, only few sofas outside the hotel. Breakfast is not awful, but acceptable.

  • Stayed: July 2012
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4  Thank Luce V
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Reviewed 18 June 2012

The only good thing about this hotel is the location. The bathtub didn't even have a curtain so the entire bathroom flooded every time we took a shower. The elevator is incredibly slow, and groups keep coming all the time so that can be a problem. The A/C doesn't work at all, so the rooms are extremely hot. The beds are not comfortable at all. The receptionist was a really mean lady who didn't even make an effort to speak a language other than italian. The breakfast was incredibly limited and tasteless.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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4  Thank AlexPuente
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Reviewed 23 October 2011

Poor rooms, many things are not working properly (tv, hair dryer, air conditioning). Walls are so thin so you can normally hear other guests and some very rude children who always run through the halls during night. Oh yes, prepare for the church bells early in the morning!

  • Stayed: October 2011
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2  Thank MegaDex
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Address: Via Vicenza 8, 00185 Rome, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Esquilino , Castro Pretorio
Amenities:
Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #747 of 1,267 Hotels in Rome
Price Range: £46 - £96 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Lazio 3*
Number of rooms: 61
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Situated strategically, Hotel Lazio offers its guests a comfortable and peaceful stay, and is within easy reach of the city's main sites of interest. Situated in a quiet and central location, Hotel Lazio is just 4 minutes' walk from Roma Termini Railway Station. The simple and functional rooms are endowed with all comforts. The hall and lounge area offer comfortable sofas, and are at guests' disposal, in addition to a large luggage store. The delightful garden, hidden away from the busy streets around the hotel, offers a quiet corner with small sofas and tables, where guests can relax after a "hard" day out discovering Rome. The 3 star hotel is a great location, and is ideal for anyone looking for a hotel in the heart of Rome, very close to the city centre, for individuals or groups wanting to discover the beauty and history of Rome. ... more   less 
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