Everything was perfect from check in to check out. The man at the front desk gave us a ton of tips and advice on navigating the metro and which stations to get off at. The metro is located to the right of the hotel and it takes about 5-6 minutes to walk to the Marconi metro station, from here it is about a 20 minute metro ride to most of the tourist spots.
One of the awesome things about this hotel is that they gave us a wifi hotspot router when every time we left the hotel so we could get access to wifi at all times. The router would last about 4-5 hours. Also Wi-fi here was awesome, good connection at all times.
Reasonably priced, and a 10 minute walk from the Fermi Metro station - taking cabs into town will be expensive if you are staying for more than a couple of days.
My room was in the garden annex, and there was a lot of traffic noise from 6am to 11pm.
Clean, tidy and reasonably modern room, breakfast was limited to cereal, bread, cheese, ham and a selection of sweet cake. The only hot choice was a giant tray of scrambled egg, which appeared to be as old as the Colosseum.
The onsite restaurant was expensive, the food was lackluster and the staff ignorant of you are not Italian.
Allowing smoking inside the restaurant is unacceptable, but the Italians don't appear to care.
Reasonable value for money - it was good enough for a business stay, but I'm not sure that my family would have been so happy.
Traveller from Standish, UK
The 4 star Shangri La Corsetti offers comfortable rooms with all amenities along with excellent service and the immensely …More
The only thing I can say I had a problem with was the problems with the lights and not being able to control thermostat, aside from that it all went well and it was a pretty great offer in short notice
Although it's a bit off the beaten track (though not too far a walk from the subway), I was glad to be in a place in a part of Rome with more of a feel of the locals about it. I had a very warm welcome from staff, particularly one gentleman who was very helpful with all my questions on arrival. I was in a single which was fairly small but had the added bonus of a balcony which faced the setting sun so that was lovely after a day on my feet seeing the sights. The local pizzeria was very reasonably priced (10 euro for a very good large pizza and a half bottle of wine) with excellent food and friendly, attentive staff and clearly not a tourist spot as such.
This hotel is extremely well built and equipped. Soundproof doors, marble tabletops, excellent bathrooms. Exceptionally helpful staff at reception, simple but decent breakfast. Should you have business in the area, look no further.
A couple of miles south of the city centre, EUR takes its name from Esposizione Universale di Roma, built for an exhibition in 1942. The bombastic architecture was then intended to glorify Fascism, but now is home to shops, cinemas and clubs and exhibitions. Within the marble halls there are also three very good museums, including the fascinating Museum of Roman Civilization.