Stayed at Hotel Lazio while chaperoning on my daughter's high school trip. Rooms tiny, even by European standards. Do not stay on 2nd floor; horrible smell in every room we had kids in - opening windows helped considerably, but let in street noise even though hotel is off the main street. No shower curtains in baths, but baths were clean and had good water pressure - good thing there was a floor drain. Extra beds requested for rooms with multiple kids "felt like cardboard" according to some of the kids. Breakfast starts at 6am, and if you're on the first floor, you'll hear it being prepared. Decent fare of bread, meat, cheese, tarts with juice and coffee, but great little restaurant with good pastries a block down. Also a great little pizzeria just around the corner with the nicest staff and they spoke great English. This is definitely a student trip kind of hotel; I would NEVER stay here traveling with friends or as a couple. It is an okay location. Previous review said it is "walking distance" to most sites, but all of Rome is walking distance to everything if you're willing to walk; it's a very compact city. You can walk from the the Forum in the south to the Villa Borghese in the north if you have good shoes! That review also mentioned this hotel is close to the train station - not a plus in Rome as the metro very rarely goes where you want to go; the only exception was one line that took us straight to the Trevi, and I guess you could walk anywhere else from there. There's also a nice mall under that station (Roma Termini) where the kids liked to shop.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Lazio Hotel Rome