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Trianon Borgo Pio Residence
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All reviewsclose to the vaticanapartment hotelfull kitchencastel stlaundry facilitiesliving roomcoffee potwell equipped kitchenaround the cornerone bedroom apartmentgreat apartmentexcellent locationpeter's basilicaminute walkwould definitely stay here againhome away from homehop on hop
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Reviewed 21 May 2014

we stayed for 2 days from the 15th of may 2014. our unit was lovely and clean . we had 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a small kitchen where we could cook if we wanted to . why cook when you have lovely restaurants not far where a margherita cost only 5.50 euros .we had alovely time here and for us it was about a 12 min walk to the vatican ..we walked alot .if you take the bus tour take the red bus as there are more of them more often on the hop on hop off cost us about 15 euro each .worth it for the covenience. anyway getting back to the accomodation we had to check out at 10 but was not getting picked up by our transfer (disaster.read later) till 6pm no probelm as they have a fantastic area down stairs which consists of a secure lugage room a large lounge room a bathroom with a shower and a computer room ..so we could do more wandering around rome with the knowledge that our luggage was secure.they also have free wifi in the rooms came in handy....
as i said disaster with our transfer that never turned up which was arranged by our travel agent and paid for (dont pay in advance just book) so cost us by taxi to fumicino only 50 euro ..cheaper than the transfer booked , took about 40 min to get there ,bit of traffic.. anyway LORY helped in reception with our bungled transfer she couldnt be more pleasnt and obliging in everyway ,she even gave my uncle 2 euros to get a drink as he didnt have change ..any questions they are there to help you and it is fantastic friendly and professional assistance that they provide as they want you to enjoy your stay with them .. and experince rome in a safe environment .. yeah sure the walls can be a bit thin but i slept very well. we arrived and were delighted that tea and coffee were in the kitchen .the bathrooms where lovely as it was great to have a lovely hot shower after our travels..i would highly reccommend for you to stay here it really was a immaculately clean apartment where it is close to alot in rome and where the staff are there to provide fantastic service.. big hello to the staff especially lory ..thankyou for your kindness and help ciao lorene from australia

Room Tip: we had a lovely room looking over the school across the small road.. i think we were on the 4th floor
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank Julian v
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Reviewed 10 May 2014

Stayed at the Residence during the week of Easter and it was great. The location first of all-is fantastic. So close to the Vatican, literally you come out of hotel and walk for 5 mins and there is the Vatican! So glad about that. I was worried that it wouldn't be safe but we felt safe. Two girls walking at night and it was fine. So for the locaton its 5 stars! We walked to the Coliseum which took us about 40 mins and we walked everywhere. Rome isn't that big and we avoided the metro due to the reports of pick pockets. But I don't understand why you'd take the metro anyway if you are able to walk. So much to see in Rome that not walking you'd be missing out at the small roads and their quaint restaurants! NOW-the cleanliness,the toilets were clean when we arrived and the kitchen was clean. The bed had this overthrow thing that was meant to be fire resistant-it was not needed-and it looked dirty. The room wasn't that clean, quite dusty but i only stayed there to sleep and make breakfast in two occasion. the kitchen was adequate, pans, plates, mugs things you needed to make breakfast or lunch. The walls are THIIN! very thin! whoever was staying above A20 man-the snoring was ridiculous. I cant describe the noise...nothing could block it out and lets not forget the noise of someone weeing. Lovely!! overall it ws a great place to stay, loads of places to eat around. Ob borgo Vittorio itself are restaurants which open at 8pm. the People in reception downstairs were great with us. helped us print off vouchers. I would definitely stay here again when i am next in Rome! just bring ear protectors to sleep with it!

Room Tip: Walk everywhere! Buy your own washing liquid and washing cloth...the one there was suspect. Dont buy water from the cornershop-daylight robery. But it form a proper Market
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 13 April 2014

Excellent location! I traveled to Rome with a university group; the last three nights we stayed at the Borgo Pio residence. It was lovely to have great internet (wi fi) and the bathrooms were immaculate. I appreciated the spacious bedroom and bright kitchen with table and chairs. This is the perfect place to stay in Rome - I only wished I could have stayed a few weeks here longer.

Room Tip: People do party in Rome at night - it is not uncommon to have young people kicking a soccer ball against the buildings and walking through the streets singing loud soccer songs. If this bothers you, ask for a room on a higher floor (my room was on the first floor).
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled on business
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2  Thank abovethetreeline
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Reviewed 13 April 2014

Rome was amazing, Florence was delightful, Naples was dangerous but the Trianon staff saved our trip. The hotel was in a great location with easy access to The Vatican and a plethora of amazing restaurants. The Trianon staff saved our vacation when we got stuck in Naples after an organized theft ring stole our wallet and all our credit cards. We called them in a panic and they purchased our tickets back to Rome. Don't know what we would have done without their help. I'd recommend this hotel every day and twice on Sunday.

I would say that if you're going to Naples or Pompeii take a guided tour. Stay away from train stations and buses, they are target zones. Be wary of little old ladies that may approach you too. Good chance they are trying to lull you into a false sense of security.

Room Tip: Get to Know the staff. Carry around the contact info of the hotel, don't carry around too much cash and wear a Money strap under your clothes to protect from pick picketers.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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3  Thank Susan K
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Reviewed 13 April 2014

I took my wife to Rome to celebrate our 35th wedding anniversary and we stayed here (in apartment B6) for a week. The marvellous weather was not to their credit but our accommodation certainly was and we were very comfortable. The staff made us welcome from our arrival and were helpful throughout our stay, even allowing me access to the roof to take some photographs one afternoon.
The lift opened right in front of our apartment door and on opening it we were stunned by the spaciousness of the hallway and rooms. Air conditioning was provided (we never used it) but I could imagine that the high ceilings and tiled floors would keep the place cool even when the outside temperature was much higher. One consequence of having no carpets was that noise travelled easily within the building and there was also external noise, inevitable with Roman traffic moving along narrow, cobbled streets. This did not bother me but my wife was more sensitive to it, particularly the ambulances which seemed to be frequent.
The windows were all tall, in proportion to the ceiling height, and double glazed with exterior shutters. We found it necessary to close the shutters on our bedroom windows because we were on the corner of the building and there was a bright street lamp suspended at the junction outside.
We both like sleeping on a firm mattress so the adverse comments from a few reviewers were a positive factor for us - and the bed lived up to our expectation. I can understand somebody who prefers a soft mattress not liking it but it suited us and we slept very well.
Although the kitchen/diner was basic it had everything we needed: lots of hot water, oven, hob, microwave, kettle and a toaster. There were no saucers for the cups and only tumblers (no teapot either) but it was well equipped overall. However, apart from our breakfasts we ate out most of the time and did not use it much. There is an excellent SPAR supermarket less than five minutes away, and a number of mini-marts even closer, so full self-catering would not have been difficult.
The bathroom was fine with modern fittings and a great cubicle shower. I am 6' 3" and 20 stone so turning around needed a little care, but I have often experienced more cramped ones and the water flow and temperature control were both excellent. A bath would have been appreciated but we knew in advance that it was not available and the shower worked very well.
The Wi-Fi internet access worked well too and though we didn't use them there were two desktop computers set up in one of the basement rooms, along with the gym, laundry and sitting rooms, which were all good and, in our experience, never used! The only feature that disappointed us was the limited choice of English language television channels: just BBC World News and CNN. This was not any hardship, merely a minor let down.
Our decision to stay in the Borgo district was based on its proximity to the Vatican, St. Peter's, the Janiculum and Castel Sant'Angelo, four sites we wanted to visit that are on the west of the Tiber. We used the Metro one day (about ten minutes away) to get over to the Colosseum, Forum and Circus Maximus but everywhere else was in easy walking distance: Piazza del Popolo, Spanish Steps, Fontana del Tritone, Fontana di Trevi, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona ... There is just so much to see one could spend three months in Rome and not be bored!
Best lunch: Cornucopia in Trastevere;
Best dinner: Borgo Antico in (where else?) Borgo;
Best coffee: Fa Fa Mi, just around the corner;
Best ice cream: Hedera, also just around the corner, but a different one.
To sum it all up, Trianon Borgo Pio thoroughly deserves its reputation and we plan to return next April - and probably for a few more Aprils after that!

Room Tip: Talk to the staff (their English is good) about your requirements and their room availability and I am confident they will do their best to help you. There are forty-five apartments and we only stayed in one, but they are probably all of a similar standard.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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