Well maintained hotel with nice roof terrace and small pool. Good location for reasonable walking to Villa Borghese, Trevi Fountain, etc. Metro station across the road made roaming further afield really straightforward
We picked this hotel for convenience to the principal sights of Rome, reasonable cost, and because it was well recommended. It exceeded expectations in all respects, and was a very comfortable place to stay. Breakfast was outstanding. The hotel is older but has been well maintained and further renovation was in process.
Hotel was as expected on advertising literature. We did not use any in-house facilities apart from room. Well located for walking to 'old' Rome sights. Bus stop for 'hop-on, hop-off' bus 5 minutes walk away. Many bars and restaurants nearby of all standards. Three stops on bus from Rome Termini railway station on No 40, bus stop 50 yards from hotel. Staff excellent from front of house through to cleaners/ancillaries etc. Some building work going on at time, so roof terrace closed. Not sure whether there was a restaurant available, but ate out anyway. There is a small coffee shop alongside main entrance within hotel, excellent for small refreshments.
Good location - close to shopping, transport, restaurants. Excellent room condition - modern high tech shower, king size bed, large screen TV, room view to the local theatre/ opera house. would highly recommend and stay there again.
Loved this hotel and it's so convenient for walking to the Collosseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain etc. Its a modern and beautiful hotel with very helpful and friendly staff. I stayed at their sister hotel which is around the corner, the Rome Life Hotel last year and like this one even more! You can't beat it for the price, service, style and location.
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The new Rome Times hotel is located in the heart of Rome, between Via Nazionale, the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum. This …More
A stroll down the bustling wide street of Via Nazionale, filled with hotels, shops, and restaurants, will bring visitors from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza Venezia. Just a short walk from the main train station Termini, Piazza della Repubblica is home to the stunning Fountain of the Naiads, as well as the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, built into the baths of Diocletian.