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Angela Roma

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Recent guest reviews

The rooms are in third floor and the elevator broke down . For old people is not good.The neighborhood on the street is iffy.

Because i travelled in octobervit wasnot a tourist peak time so i found it almost empty and calm and helpfull. Internet was verry good ,cleannes was daily ,and location was verry helpfull.i will book there again next time.

I stayed in 5 Italian hotel rooms. This was the only bad experience. My wife and I left after one night, were refused a refund and were willing to pay 160 euro to stay somewhere else. It's in a rough part of town, no one speaks english, the room we had was a community bathroom, and the walls were made of paper mache. The bed was also less than futon quality. I've seen better halfway houses in Indianapolis.

this was listed as a three star B&B, nothing could be further from the truth. This place was worse than a bad youth hostel. Dirty, small, and you would think that a 3 star would have in room facilities. Out of room facilities were shared by far too many people. Owner/desk clerk watched chinese tv program very loudly outside my door until 0230 when I had to get out of bed and ask him to turn it off. [...]

Overall my experience was satisfactory. I especially appreciated the excellent wifi connection. Location was within walking distance to the Colleseum and the main train station. My biggest complaint was that because there was no sign outside the building it took me about an hour to initially find Angela. No one I asked on the streets had heard of it. I later helped another traveler who walked away from the entrance thinking she was in the wrong place. I was also hoping for a better breakfast. The cafe played noisy loud music and served only a cappucino and pastry.

Simple, nice and clean. Not expensive. Good deal. No staff. It is not a hotel but bed and breakfast. Many different apartments in a big apartment complex very close to the station, and so I didnt mind.. I loved that I could walk to the station. It is definitely not a hotel experience, and I wouldnt say it gives you a bed and breakfast experience. It is a hostel experience.

If you're on a budget, this place is ok. It's also walking distance to the train station which is why I chose this place in the first place. However...don't expect to have a peaceful night's rest. You can hear everything from your room; and when I was there, it was particularly noisy and messy! Not to mention, very dusty which didn't help with my allergies. No 24-hr english-speaking staff. But they do have free wi-fi which is pretty cool.

[...]this is an immigrant run youth hostel posing as a 3* hotel. It doesn't deserve any stars at all and they even tried to charge me double for having a guest stay with me (my girlfriend). Spend the extra money and stay in a real hotel with a bathroom in the room. I felt like I was staying in an office room with a bed in it. Absolutely awful. I'd rather have slept in the park.

This people are the best the hotel is just on one subway exit from ROMA termini, Great location great price, great the cornetto and Cappuccino included in the price at the near bar ... no bathroom in the room but spotless two bathroom to share with floor, well if you can leave with that this place is the best for place and price!!!!! A++++++++++

Excellent location for the price, staff eager to help. The only problem is that We supposed to have our own bathroom, but it was a shared bathroom (it was not a big deal after all because the hotel is small and not very crowed). No breakfast is included, only a voucher to get a coffee or something small from a close cafe

Angela BB is right on the Piazza Vittorio Emmanuele, within 50 metres from metro station. It is very close to the main railway station - Roma Termini. The cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore is within 5 minutes of walking. The hotel is of a hostel type really, but we had a room for two of us with all facilites in there. They do not provide breakfast, but rather give vouchers for a neighboring cafe where you can have a cup of coffee and croissant. Stuff did not speak much English, but we managed to communicate and they were friendly. It was clean and orderly (not noisy).

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 55 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas

Located in Esquilino, Angela Roma is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma. This 6-room townhouse welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Rome, it's also close to St. Peter's Basilica and Colosseum.


Rooms

Angela Roma's 6 rooms provide desks. Guests can enjoy TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers are also available.


Property features

Guests of Angela Roma have access to free WiFi in public areas. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide front-desk service during limited hours.

Room options

Double Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Triple Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Single Room, Shared Bathroom

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Quadruple Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Angela Roma

Everyone (1) Couples (2) Business (1) Family (1) Other (5) Friends (1)
3

close to transport needed.

Everyone

The rooms are in third floor and the elevator broke down . For old people is not good.The neighborhood on the street is iffy.

By , from AZ on Apr 30, 2016

4

value for money

Singles

Because i travelled in octobervit wasnot a tourist peak time so i found it almost empty and calm and helpfull. Internet was verry good ,cleannes was daily ,and location was verry helpfull.i will book there again next time.

By on Oct 20, 2012

1

don't go here

Couples

I stayed in 5 Italian hotel rooms. This was the only bad experience. My wife and I left after one night, were refused a refund and were willing to pay 160 euro to stay somewhere else. It's in a rough part of town, no one speaks english, the room we had was a community bathroom, and the walls were made of paper mache. The bed was also less than futon quality. I've seen better halfway houses in Indianapolis.

By on Oct 4, 2009

1

worst place to stay in rome

Singles

this was listed as a three star B&B, nothing could be further from the truth. This place was worse than a bad youth hostel. Dirty, small, and you would think that a 3 star would have in room facilities. Out of room facilities were shared by far too many people. Owner/desk clerk watched chinese tv program very loudly outside my door until 0230 when I had to get out of bed and ask him to turn it off. [...]

By on Sep 30, 2009

3

nice, clean and comfortable

Singles

Overall my experience was satisfactory. I especially appreciated the excellent wifi connection. Location was within walking distance to the Colleseum and the main train station. My biggest complaint was that because there was no sign outside the building it took me about an hour to initially find Angela. No one I asked on the streets had heard of it. I later helped another traveler who walked away from the entrance thinking she was in the wrong place. I was also hoping for a better breakfast. The cafe played noisy loud music and served only a cappucino and pastry.

By on Jul 21, 2009

3

rome - a nice and clean hostel like b&b

Singles

Simple, nice and clean. Not expensive. Good deal. No staff. It is not a hotel but bed and breakfast. Many different apartments in a big apartment complex very close to the station, and so I didnt mind.. I loved that I could walk to the station. It is definitely not a hotel experience, and I wouldnt say it gives you a bed and breakfast experience. It is a hostel experience.

By on Jun 14, 2009

2

not good for someone with allergies

GetawayWithFriends

If you're on a budget, this place is ok. It's also walking distance to the train station which is why I chose this place in the first place. However...don't expect to have a peaceful night's rest. You can hear everything from your room; and when I was there, it was particularly noisy and messy! Not to mention, very dusty which didn't help with my allergies. No 24-hr english-speaking staff. But they do have free wi-fi which is pretty cool.

By on May 27, 2009

1

[...] youth hostel

Singles

[...]this is an immigrant run youth hostel posing as a 3* hotel. It doesn't deserve any stars at all and they even tried to charge me double for having a guest stay with me (my girlfriend). Spend the extra money and stay in a real hotel with a bathroom in the room. I felt like I was staying in an office room with a bed in it. Absolutely awful. I'd rather have slept in the park.

By on May 12, 2009

5

weekend in rome

BusinessTravelers

This people are the best the hotel is just on one subway exit from ROMA termini, Great location great price, great the cornetto and Cappuccino included in the price at the near bar ... no bathroom in the room but spotless two bathroom to share with floor, well if you can leave with that this place is the best for place and price!!!!! A++++++++++

By on May 9, 2009

3

excellent location for the price

Families

Excellent location for the price, staff eager to help. The only problem is that We supposed to have our own bathroom, but it was a shared bathroom (it was not a big deal after all because the hotel is small and not very crowed). No breakfast is included, only a voucher to get a coffee or something small from a close cafe

By on Apr 23, 2009