Situated in a quiet side street off the tourist trap near St Peter's (5 mins max walk) and populated with many interesting shops and wonderful restaurants / eateries, the Hotel della Conciliaziona was unassumingly plain on the outside .. but once inside you find a newly refurbished hotel.
My room was a typical 'continental' sized room ... compact but perfect for my needs ... cleaned and serviced daily.
Breakfast (hot and cold) was repetitive but was good with a choice.
Other than the hotel's location, the asset is the staff .... welcoming, friendly and helpful.
The staff of this hotel made the stay very enjoyable. They were friendly and helpful. The hotel is an easy walk to the Vatican, bus stops and the metro (subway). Even though the building is older and has some minus' I would happily stay here again if I wanted to visit this part of Rome.
Friendly, clean and modern. Definitely go back. Very helpful, smart staff in reception. No catering in hotel but we would probably have chosen to eat out anyway as there is an abundance of restaurants in the area being next door to St Peters Square and The Vatican. Good prices but don't eat in caffe opposite Vatican museum entrance. Exstortinate rip off!
Traveller from Northampton
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Great location and ideal if going to Stadio Olympico with lots of nearby facilities. All the staff were extremely helpfull and professional. Rooms and very clean and check
in was easy and also a taxi was arranged for the airport on departure.
Traveller from c
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I needed one night's accommodation in Rome close to St. Peter's.This hotel was inexpensive and on arrival the staff at the front desk were courteous and competent. There is a lift. The room was spotless and included en-suite facilities. Some reviews have mentioned traffic noise, but I did not experience that. There is a heavy wooden shutter which can be lowered outside the window and this probably prevents the noise. I had an evening meal in the hotel's restaurant. The staff were attentive and while the meal was not "haute cuisine" it was good value and the wine could not be faulted. Breakfast consisted of a comprehensive buffet. The hotel has a luggage room where I was able to leave my case after check out to be collected later. All in all, this hotel provided everything I needed at a very reasonable price. The room might be a bit small for two, but I will use this hotel again when in Rome.
Traveller from Newcastle
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The world's smallest country, Vatican City is dominated by St Peter's, Christendom's largest church. Michelangelo's humbling 'Pietà' and his Sistine Chapel ceiling frescos are among the world's greatest works of art. The Aurelio area is named after the ancient Via Aurelia, the main road that connected Rome with Spain, and is convenient for visiting the city's sights.