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Villa Teresa

Via di Castel Giubileo 5, 00138 Rome Italy
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#976 of 1,356 hotels in Rome

Finding an ideal budget friendly motel in Rome does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Villa Teresa, a nice option for travellers like you.

While staying at Villa Teresa, visitors can check out Capanna Protostorica Di Fidene (0.6 mi) and Villa di Livia (1.4 mi), some of Rome's top attractions.

Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the motel.

Villa Teresa features express check-in and check-out and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Villa Teresa, parking is available.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Temi Ristorante, Camillo, and Fualdè L'Assaggio, all of which are a short distance from Villa Teresa.

During your visit, be sure to check out popular art galleries like Serra, I Colori di Dentro di Maria Grazia Luffarelli, and Trevimage, which are all a short distance from the motel.

Villa Teresa looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Rome.

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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livingnomad2 wrote a review Sep 2017
Norwich, United Kingdom1 contribution3 helpful votes
Don't book this hotel ever. First, they don't do check in after 9:00pm (which is very earlier considering it is a hotel). They could do check in after 9pm, but you have to tell them in advance and they charge you 10+ euros. If you don't let them know in advance, the hotel staff will be completely unreachable. I was 5min late and the whole hotel was dark, all doors were closed and staff were unreachable. Second, the location is very far from the city and very difficult to get to. Not only there isn't a bus/train that can take you directly there. You will have to take a one hour ride and change buses for like 3 times to get there. The bus you take to go to the city doesn't come often, it comes every 30 min, which is not convenient. In addition, from the outside it doesn't seem as a safe place to wait for the bus. Third, they will charge you a full fare if you were late to check in, even if it 5 minutes after 9:00pm. If you call, the staff will purposely not answer you so that they can charge you without providing a service. Also, they will put you as NO SHOW so that you can't rate them at booking.com or hotels.com. Finally, don't book this hotel, definitely not worth it for the price and it is very deceiving.
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Date of stay: September 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
caitlyn m wrote a review Jun 2017
San Antonio, Texas375 contributions37 helpful votes
Accommodations were great. Beautiful house, big rooms. Hot showers, can buy drinks on site , breakfast which we didn't get. Rooms are pretty and most have decks. Scenery was great. Staff was great. Neighborhood is a bit boring. It poured so we did minimal exploring but it was relaxing for our last day in the country.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Jenny H wrote a review May 2017
1 contribution5 helpful votes
To understand all of the downfalls of this hotel one must begin at the beginning... Day of arrival, travelled from Rome tirburtina statio. Description of location very misleading as was apparent as we began the hour journey out of Rome and into what was soon to become our worst nightmare The following day, the arduous journey from our cesspit began and we spent the daytime in the centre of Rome. On our reluctant return to hotel villa Theresa via Saxa Rubra our concerns escalated when an unidentified male at the train station followed us around then approached us asking invasive questions such as the location of our stay and forcefully suggested he drove us there, If not for a helpful and extremely concerned female civilian I dread to think what could have become of us. I digress, once on the bus for the second leg of our journey what we believed to be a bus conductor rushed us off the bus in an unknown location stating "follow me to hotel villa Teresa" he gestured to a dark unlit side street, our suspicions of this man intensified then once again another female heroin came to our salvation telling us this man intended to take us the wrong way. Crisis averted for the second time in 40 minutes we were off down the road headed for villa Teresa. To confirm we were headed in the right direction (we could not to be sure after the evenings events) we asked a woman on the street if we were on the right track. On closer inspection the woman who was shrouded in darkness appeared to be a woman of the night. Unsure if maybe we had jumped to a false conclusion about this woman's occupation we travelled further down the road. Our suspicions were confirmed once we had seen no less than 15 more scantily clad females lined up and down the road and surrounding areas of hotel villa Teresa. Day two in dystopian nightmare, the problem of sex for sale became a personal issue once we were propositioned twice by two cars whilst waiting for the bus. In the sanctity of our basic room we lay down to recuperate, we awoke the next day to find we had been mauled in the night by what we can only assume were bed bugs. A great number of ants enjoyed the remnants of drinks we had the previous evening. To conclude this hotel is not for the faint of heart, and although savings are made on the cost per night they incurred in travel expenses a taxi will cost you minimum €50 though the overall experience of our stay in Rome was marred by the location and the cleanliness the staff were pleasant and helpful. FIN
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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robertcross75 wrote a review May 2017
Harlow, United Kingdom3 contributions
The hotel itself is not the best - it's a bit shabby but there are clean sheets and towels everyday. Some staff are very kind and pleasant. They always helped us when we had any problem and were very understanding and responsive.
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Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Einah S wrote a review Mar 2017
London, United Kingdom70 contributions17 helpful votes
The room is big, well-maintained, and warm. We booked it on the wrong day (1day earlier) so we had to pay for a room again and we got the room in the new building. The check-in was smooth and fast. It is quite far from the city if you do not know the way very well, however there is a bus in front of the hotel on the way back to the city. It took around 30mins by bus to go back to the city. For a budget traveler this is a good hotel.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
USD 42 - USD 80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Villa Teresa
Which popular attractions are close to Villa Teresa?
Nearby attractions include Smash Arena Roma (0.4 km), Il Lagottero (0.4 km), and Bar all'interno del castoro (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Villa Teresa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and express check-in and check-out.
Which room amenities are available at Villa Teresa?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Villa Teresa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Villa Teresa?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Villa Teresa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Antica Hostaria dei Ghiottoni, Amatrice, and Vaca Loca.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Villa Teresa?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, German, Italian, and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Villa Teresa?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Bunker Villa Ada Savoia (6.7 km), Villa Borghese (8.0 km), and Arco di Tito (6.7 km).