Once we had established we could catch no 90 or 60 from Termini direct to front door of the hotel we loved it. Clean, smart, brilliant staff and nice breakfast. Everything we wanted and hoped for. Didn't eat in restaurant but bar a ++. Recommmended
Traveller from london/toronto
The BEST WESTERN Art Hotel Noba is a modern design hotel, located in the refined Nomentano area, with its ancient villas and …More
Hotel was nice, clean, good sized double room, easy acces to the centre, tubes every 10 mins or so and 4 stops to Termini. Simple to get to from the airport by taking a train to Piramide (8 euros) and changing to the blue line to s. Agnese Annabalanio.
This hotel was about a 15 min walk to the subway station so it was easy to get around from there. The air conditioner in our room worked well (when we were in Rome it was 85+ F). The bathroom smelled a little moldy or musty, all of our clothes had a distinct smell when we got back. The room was nice and big and the breakfast had a good selection. Overall, this hotel was pretty good and we might stay here again.
Traveller from Oregon
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This hotel Is in a very quiet residential neighborhood with excellent multilingual staff. The bed needs a comfort update, but the room is adequate for a couple but could not support a family vacation. Good bus access to central Rome.
This is a decent hotel as long as you're OK with not being near the core tourist area of the city. It's just a 5 minute walk to the B1 line of the metro, so it only takes about 30 minutes to get to the center anyway. (Unless there happens to be a transit strike, like there was for one of the days I was staying there. In that case, it's a looong walk.) There are several restaurants in the area though (I recommend Pizzeria la Conca d'Oro), and it's certainly a quieter, less touristy area, so I was happy with it.
The hotel was clean and modern. The included breakfast included a lot of pastries, and eggs/meat/cheese/yogurt/etc. - but the only fruit available was canned peaches, and on a couple days there was no fruit at all. I like my morning fruit!
My only other complaint is that the staff, though polite, didn't seem to follow through on things they said they would do. The TV in my room wasn't receiving any channels, so I asked if they could take a look. It wasn't done by the next day. I asked again, and they said "Oh, I think it's been done now." It hadn't been. The third time I asked, they sent a person up and the problem was fixed. Same thing for the towel heater - it notified them that it wasn't working, but nothing was ever done.
Overall I found the hotel to be good value.
Set in northern Rome near a bend in the Tiber River, Parioli-Normentano is one of Rome's wealthier neighborhoods. The National Gallery of Modern Art is located here, along with two large parks, Villa Borghese and Villa Ada. The neighborhood also has a zoo, Bioparco, which has more than 1,000 animals.