Always get room 404. Best view and balcony. It was the best area to be in for restaurants and a few bars. And walking distance to main sights. But not the Vatican City, we walked it nearly an hour. But seen loads of Rome. Colosseum round the corner. Defo for visitors who want to sight see during the day and eat and drink at night. Wings chicken across the road is a must. Food is great. Kebab and spicy chicken bites are great for end of night to take back to the room with a carry out. Wine and beer. Trust me. Loved it.
Hotel Romano is a boutique hotel placed right between the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. The location is great, to the Roman Forum or the Colosseum you have to walk around 5 minutes. The same goes with the metro- The closest stations are the Colosseum one or Cavour at like 7-8 minutes walking distance. Nearby there are a lot of restautants, ice cream shops, markets, souvenir shops and interesting places to see. The location is what makes this hotel great, otherwise it would get a bad review. The hotel itself is very small, placed in a building with restaurants and another hotel. Each floor has 3 rooms and each one is super small. There is one elevator which works in slow motion. The pictures they post online are decieving and photoshopped, making them look more luxurious than it actually is, but inside you will have enough without much to ask for. The fridge is hidden, it took us 3 days to actually discover it. There was a bad smell coming from the toilett and the view from the balcony which is placed in the toilett as well was not the one from the images. The balcony was towards an inner yard where all the restaurants in the building had an exist, so there was always a restaurant smell coming to our room. The rooms are quite clean and the cleaning ladies come everyday, they changed our sheets and towels and even folded our clothes. The staff is great overall, the guys at the reception were always smiling and willing to help and we loved the fact that they english perfectly. Another thing we disliked is the fact that whenever you leave, you have to keep the room key at the reception and you are not allowed to take it with you. We also did not know that besides the online reservation you have to pay a city tax in cash, in a total value of 3 euros per person/ day. Overall, I would recommend this hotel if you are looking for something really basic, not very pretentious, very close to the city center.…
Located 5 minutes walk from the Colosseum and you can see ancient rooms from outside the front door. A quaint hotel as you'd expect in this part of the city. You need to be able to walk and carry bags down a few steps. The rooms are a good size and comfortable. Service was very good. Rooms were clean and well maintained. Plenty of good eating options literally outside the front door. Convenient to all of Romes sites and transportation. Highly recommend.
Very dark, depressing room, a small window, like in a movie about a prison. Тhe battery drips and flows. Аlthough, the staff is very polite. The location is great. But I was here by chance. I'll change the hotel tomorrow.
Spent 5 nights in Deluxe room with balcony (No.404). The room size enough for a few days, the bathroom is good, and everything is clean. And the private balcony is amazing!! The location cant be better, its in the heart of ancient rome. 5 min on foot from MRT and from the major attractions, 1-2 min from bus stops. The staff is kind and helpful. 2 very good restaurant are near the entrance of the hotel. The only negative is the aircon: its outworn and not efficient, so unable to keep the room cool. If it can be replace to a newer one, it can be the best hotel so far. Overall very good hotel, i recommend it.