Depending on the location, was excellent!!We were upgrated concerning the room type!And the lady that was to the "reception" was good enough. The bathroom was a little bit dirty, a little bit old fashioned(not like the photos). Not that good value for money, cause i expected more Tip: do not have breakfast to the area, 2 ppl and we had to pay 40euros for 2pizzas,1pancake,2cappuccinos .
This was the first of four hotels of our Italy trip, and by far, the worst. If you have any sensitivity at all to artificial perfume scents, do not stay here. There are air fresheners that spray every few minutes, all over the hotel, including your room. We had to sleep with all the windows open. We were given the smallest room they had. Most rooms had double doors, we were taken to a single door next to the public water closet (bathroom). The room was an odd shape and the only place our one suitcase fit was between the side of the bed and window, and you had to jump over it or climb over the bed to get by it. There was only a foot of space between the foot of the bed and the wall. This wall was where the bathroom "door" was. It was small, but there was a little table to put things on next to the sink. The window opened but it basically connected at a 90 degree angle to the public bathroom window. So you could hear EVERYTHING happening in there. Being in a very touristy area, it is extremely noisy until about 2am. This didn't bug us too much. If you are able to sleep with the windows closed, it's probably not as loud. They give you a key card to get in after hours (there is no front desk staff between 11pm and 7:30am I believe). We discovered ours didn't work and had to spend our last night stuck in our room. The location is the only great thing about this hotel. It's a 5 minute walk to the colisseum and forum. Lots of places to eat. The staff was pleasant enough. When I asked to switch rooms the first night, one staff member said we could do so the next day. The next day, a different person said we couldn't have that room and showed us the one next to ours (the second smallest room) and said next time book a standard room. So my advice is, don't book the cheapest room on Expedia (economy). OR! book whatever you like or can afford at another hotel, and you may be upgraded. (3 out of 4 hotels we stayed in upgraded us upon check in). The beds are old and very firm. There is a safe in the room. There is a hair dryer, not a standard north American one like you're thinking. Hot water and good water pressure in shower. They do provide packets of soap and shampoo. …
Perfect location, very close to all we wanted to see in our trip to Rome. We stayed 5 days and we could walk to every objectives we wanted to visit!Very nice , intimate and clean room. Friendly stuff. I would recomand!
Considering prices in Rome for accommodation, this was a good stay when you think price/stay quality. Rooms are really basic in terms of facilities provided, however beds are comfortable, air-conditioner is working and service is good. Our room was quiet, so we were not disturbed during the night. The location is amazing. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay.
The location is actually tremendous with a view on the roman forum and the colisee from my room. Nevertheless, the housing conditions where average as well as the breakfast. The room was large and clean but very old fashionned