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Albani Hotel Roma

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Good accommodation (large room and good amenities), pleasant staff and near important sites. However, our email request for booking at the Borghese Gardens in advance did not materialize and room heating was somewhat lacking.

it looks much better on the picture. Room is small.

We stayed at the Albani Hotel for 4 days following a tour of Italy. We chose the hotel because the tour had started and ended there. The staff was very accommodating and helped us find our way into Rome (via the #63 bus and change to the metro), ordered our transportation to the airport on leaving, and assisted with directions to various places. Although the hotel is located away from central Rome, we found it easy to get around once we learned how to purchase metro/bus tickets and using the bus and metro get to the various sites. The hotel ordered a taxi for a visit to the Vatican that was there in about 3 minutes and cost roughly 14 euros, and got us there in 15 minutes for a tour. (We took the bus back for 1.5 euros each). Our room was thoroughly cleaned each day with new sheets, towels, etc. When we booked the room, we chose the price that included breakfast, which was more than enough and open from 7-9 a.m. We found several restaurants in 5-7 minute walking distance from the hotel on Via Po and just off Po that were good and reasonable.

Fine hotel. Price good, but breakfast not included.

Good hotel with a great location for Borghese Garden and Museums with-in a walkable distance. Be sure you get your reservation for the Borghese Museum. Nice neighborhood with reasonably priced restaurants nearby. The hotel itself is decorated in a very modern style. Quite a change after all the older style hotels found in the Rome area. We enjoyed our stay and the accommodations. Breakfast was typical of the area. We walked to the old area of Rome and the Vatican but took taxis back at night. Fare of about 15 euros or less.

I really enjoyed my stay in Albani hotel. The service was great, friendly staff. The rooms and lobby are colorful in decoration. The hotel location is about a half hour walk away from the historic center of Rome. This didn't bother us much as we enjoy the walks and ate at less touristy restaurants for dinner near the hotel. It is in close walking distance of Villa Borghese and the surrounding gardens - that area is worth a visit!

The hotel is clean and in a good area. It is starting to look tired but the rooms are very spacious and the bathrooms are large. It is less than two blocks away from a large artery. A great value for the money.

excellent, quite, staff are knowledgeable. breakfast was ok, wishing that there were more choices.

The hotel, while situated in a quiet area (perfect for the purpose of my visit), was quite accessible to restaurants and shops. The front desk staff was at times either quite terse or exceptionally accommodating depending on the employee...balancing out to a better than average. Maid service was impeccable as was morning coffee service in the restaurant. The temperature comfort in the ground floor meeting room was, unfortunately, less than adequate - however, overall, I would not hesitate to stay again.

We were there 10/22/10 to 10/25/10. It's a nice, comfortable hotel. Most of the front desk clerks were fairly brusque, but there was one very friendly young woman. We walked everywhere in Rome from there. It's about 1 1/2 miles to the train station and took us 30 minutes. Took about 45 minutes to most of the sights. There are other hotels that are just as nice, if not better. We stayed at the Hotel Pinciana near the Borghese Gardens our last night in Rome and liked it a lot better. Very friendly people with just as nice a room, and it was less money.

A little out of the way, but in a nice neighborhood. We saw all the sights and walked a great deal. The map the hotel provided was useful. A laundry room with washers and dryers would be nice. The room was kept very clean and fresh towels and made-up beds were very nice. The balcony was a very thoughtful addition.

I was upgraded to a queen bed and a room with 2 balconies. It was wonderful!!! The staff was very helpful with the bus routes to take out to the Olympic stadium for the Roma Soccer Match. They were always pleasent, even after the earthquake:) The only thing I didn't like were the HARD beds!!!

Via Adda 45 Rome RM

Located in Parioli within a short walk of Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, Albani Hotel Roma is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Bioparco di Roma. This 4-star hotel has 155 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. Villa Borghese is also 1.1 mi (1.7 km) away.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

Albani Hotel Roma's 155 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and satellite TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also included.


Property features

Guests of Albani Hotel Roma enjoy a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, a computer station, and free newspapers.

Room options

Superior Double or Twin Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Classic Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Family Room

Full 1 | Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Albani Hotel Roma

Everyone (2) Couples (6) Business (1) Family (1) Friends (1) Other (1)
4

good overall; email communication lacking

Everyone

Good accommodation (large room and good amenities), pleasant staff and near important sites. However, our email request for booking at the Borghese Gardens in advance did not materialize and room heating was somewhat lacking.

By on Oct 31, 2016

4

not bad

Everyone

it looks much better on the picture. Room is small.

By , from New York on May 10, 2016

4

1st visit to rome

Couples

We stayed at the Albani Hotel for 4 days following a tour of Italy. We chose the hotel because the tour had started and ended there. The staff was very accommodating and helped us find our way into Rome (via the #63 bus and change to the metro), ordered our transportation to the airport on leaving, and assisted with directions to various places. Although the hotel is located away from central Rome, we found it easy to get around once we learned how to purchase metro/bus tickets and using the bus and metro get to the various sites. The hotel ordered a taxi for a visit to the Vatican that was there in about 3 minutes and cost roughly 14 euros, and got us there in 15 minutes for a tour. (We took the bus back for 1.5 euros each). Our room was thoroughly cleaned each day with new sheets, towels, etc. When we booked the room, we chose the price that included breakfast, which was more than enough and open from 7-9 a.m. We found several restaurants in 5-7 minute walking distance from the hotel on Via Po and just off Po that were good and reasonable.

By on Jul 16, 2015

4

good location

Couples

Fine hotel. Price good, but breakfast not included.

By on Apr 6, 2015

4

albani a good choice

Couples

Good hotel with a great location for Borghese Garden and Museums with-in a walkable distance. Be sure you get your reservation for the Borghese Museum. Nice neighborhood with reasonably priced restaurants nearby. The hotel itself is decorated in a very modern style. Quite a change after all the older style hotels found in the Rome area. We enjoyed our stay and the accommodations. Breakfast was typical of the area. We walked to the old area of Rome and the Vatican but took taxis back at night. Fare of about 15 euros or less.

By on Oct 15, 2014

4

great hotel in rome

Couples

I really enjoyed my stay in Albani hotel. The service was great, friendly staff. The rooms and lobby are colorful in decoration. The hotel location is about a half hour walk away from the historic center of Rome. This didn't bother us much as we enjoy the walks and ate at less touristy restaurants for dinner near the hotel. It is in close walking distance of Villa Borghese and the surrounding gardens - that area is worth a visit!

By on Jan 8, 2014

4

maria from miami

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel is clean and in a good area. It is starting to look tired but the rooms are very spacious and the bathrooms are large. It is less than two blocks away from a large artery. A great value for the money.

By on Nov 7, 2012

4

very good hotel

Couples

excellent, quite, staff are knowledgeable. breakfast was ok, wishing that there were more choices.

By on Oct 27, 2012

4

exceeded expectations

BusinessTravelers

The hotel, while situated in a quiet area (perfect for the purpose of my visit), was quite accessible to restaurants and shops. The front desk staff was at times either quite terse or exceptionally accommodating depending on the employee...balancing out to a better than average. Maid service was impeccable as was morning coffee service in the restaurant. The temperature comfort in the ground floor meeting room was, unfortunately, less than adequate - however, overall, I would not hesitate to stay again.

By on Sep 12, 2012

3

it was nice but

Couples

We were there 10/22/10 to 10/25/10. It's a nice, comfortable hotel. Most of the front desk clerks were fairly brusque, but there was one very friendly young woman. We walked everywhere in Rome from there. It's about 1 1/2 miles to the train station and took us 30 minutes. Took about 45 minutes to most of the sights. There are other hotels that are just as nice, if not better. We stayed at the Hotel Pinciana near the Borghese Gardens our last night in Rome and liked it a lot better. Very friendly people with just as nice a room, and it was less money.

By on Oct 24, 2010