The hotel is super close to re di Roma metro which takes you easily to the center of Rome. I'm a slow walker and it takes me 5 minutes at a stroll. Nice, modern hotel with decent sized rooms - a bit larger than other euro hotels. Staff were incredibly friendly and cheery.
The only con is that because the rooms have hard wood floors- you hear everything around you! So if the noise of moving chairs and tables and heels from shoes bothers you, then this will be a problem for you at this hotel. I prefer hard wood over carpet but it comes at a cost in this case. Outside street noise isn't too bad because it's not a heavily trafficked street. overall hotel deserves a 4. I can't give it a 5 because of the noise in the room.
This is a flat, with kitchen. That is all me and my husband desired after travelling for a long time. We needed to cook our food.The neighbourhood has 3 supermarkets, a daily street market, tube station very close and the place is sunny and not noisy. Clean, practical, first floor. We spent a week. If I won the place would make it a gourmand flat.
Good location withing walking distance of the Colosseum and just across the road from the a Metro Station. Breakfast was included in the room rate. The breakfast included a good selection of very low quality food. However it was possible to find something acceptable to eat, hence avoiding the cost of buying breakfast elsewhere.
There was also a great family operated restaurant near the hotel that served great food at a good price.
A 4 Star Rome hotel in the heart of the capital, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Milton Roma is located just a 10 minute walk …More
This is not a traditional hotel. It is however a very clean, good sized room, and easily accessible via metro. We went to Roma for a night and wanted a room not in the core of the hustle and bustle. There is no restaurant or pool etc as it is a cluster of rooms located is a business area of Roma. There is a fridge, closet, safe, big bathroom and shower and a very good air conditioning which is a must in Roma when it's 36 degrees outside. Simone was great. He was very helpful in giving us directions to and from there and was able to accommodate us leaving our bags there while we explored Roma. There is no "on site" staff but Simone is available. You have to advise them of checkin so he can be there. I was skeptical at the beginning but it was very easy and efficient. Would definitely stay there again if I don't want a "hotel".
The centrally located San Giovanni neighborhood is named after the stunning Archbasilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, the official ecclesiastical seat of the Pope. Near Porta Maggiore, one of the gateways of the Aurelian Walls, the area is full of shopping, such as on Via Appia Nuova and in Piazza Re di Roma. Every year, this area hosts the popular 1st of May concert.