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Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Visited Rome in May for the first time. Decided to stay at an Accor hotel, as we are Accor Members. We found the check in friendly and helpful. A shame that Accor have let this property get very tired looking. The decor of the corridor leading to the apartment was very dated. Overall the feeling was the hotel needed a complete refurbishment. Apartment furnishings were dated and tired. This is certainly NOT 4 star more budget. Praise must go to the housekeeping team who did an excellent job. Lovely little coffee shop down the road called Punto Bar perfect for light breakfasts. Mainline train station in close proximity. The Government needs to sort out the graffiti which is everywhere. Such a shame in a beautiful city. As a guide, using the train line from the hotel to Spagna the journey is approximately half and hour. Main line train and then the metro. It was further out than we had hoped but did get used the journey.

After almost two years we returned to this hotel. It is well located in Rome, not far from Vatican. The service is very good. Alex and Susana are always available to answer questions and to help. We left the car in the hotel and took a bus to Via del Corso and others places in downtown Rome. We recommend.

We had a wonderful stay at the Adagio Rome Vatican - it was in a very convenient location as the other reviews mentioned. The train takes you right into the city and you can use your metro ticket for it because it operates within the city limits you dont need to pay extra. The staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean and very spacious. Walls are a little thin and you can hear other visitors moving around and talking.

The hotel was ok... its an apartment complex that rents out rooms. the rooms are pan avg size. Not really good rooms as far as the noise level in other rooms and the hallway. Too far from Rome center city. Has a great restaurant next door to eat at Capperi. The hotel front desk staff was awesome just an avg stay breakfast cost a bit much for the selection. I wouldn't stay here again but that doesn't mean its awful just wasn't for me.

Stayed here for 6 nights in February 2019. The hotel lobby was under major renovations during the time we were there. Check in was ok but there was no info provided by the hotel check in staff about the hotel surroundings, transportation, etc. Thankfully, I did my homework and read a lot of helpful reviews from TA/google. Our standard room was clean but shower door was broken and the safe did not work. There was not enough power outlets so we ended up unplugging a lamp in order to charge our phones. There is a kettle but no coffee machine. As to the location, it is quite far from the city center. The hotel is 2 mins walk to Balduina train station BUT the schedule isn't very frequent AND last train is around 10pm (from subway Valle Aurelia) so if you plan on staying late in central Rome, make sure you have a way back. One night we missed the last train and had to taxi it back to the hotel from Valle Aurelia station which cost 18 euro. From there, you transfer to the subway line MA to get to the city center. There is restaurant Capperi right beside the hotel which has amazing food! Let them know you're staying at the hotel and you get 10% off (the hotel doesn't mention it but I read it on reviews). It closes at midnight. If you need some essentials, there is a small variety store across the street. There is also a small coffee shop next to the train station that opens early. Overall, I would not stay here again if visiting Rome. It is too far from the city center. Even with the train station next to the hotel, the schedule is not very frequent. There is also not much shops/restaurants around the hotel within walking distance.

I stay there in room 408 for 4 nights , hotel location is somehow convenient for me to take train from FCO airport to hotel and quite convenient to take public transport from hotel to everywhere in Rome , but from hotel to supermarket or Vatican is quite a long walk but I'm fine with that. The hotel is good , well maintained , the room was very big and very nice , reasonable price , clean , bed is comfortable and I can sleep well with that. Kitchen is my main purpose for staying there , the fully equipped kitchen is what I love about this place , I have just a little problem with kitchen , the problem is the sink is too close to where you cook food, but with limitation of space , I have no idea if kitchen design can be any better than what it is now, but over all is good. Staffs at hotel are nice , very helpful and give very good suggestions for pretty much of everything I ask. There are quite many nice shops, restaurants , supermarket , place to buy things , etc. I strongly recommend Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican for anyone , family , group of friends, couple , especially people who like to cook. I had really good time there and Thank you for all staffs.

We stayed here for 3 Nights in November and I don't have a bad word to say about it. The staff on reception were kind and friendly and nothing was too much trouble. My husband walks with the aid of crutches after numerous surgeries and we were allocated a ground floor room right next to reception for his ease which I thought was very thoughtful. The apartment was well appointed with a huge bathroom and sleeping area, small kitchen and terrace. what I found a great touch was the electric shutter which gave us complete darkness to sleep, that along with an extremely comfortable bed gave us some of the best nights sleep we have had! The location is great, given my husband's mobility issues we got a taxi to the Vatican, which cost about 10 euro. there is a metro and bus stop just a minutes walk away though.The beds were made, and new towels given each day which I didn't expect, but was very grateful for. They also had a relationship with the fantastic restaurant next door - show them a business card for the Adagio and you get a 10% discount. Overall a very reasonable price for an excellent stay. Thank you!

Had an opportunity to stay at this location during the last three days of our visit to Italy. It was the best! They offered a bed that provided much needed rest, a kitchenette, separate bathroom and patio. After previously staying in some pretty awful locations in Rome and Florence, I was very grateful to find this gem. The front staff speaks English, and they are super nice and helpful.

Lovely apartment hotel a bus ride or train journey into the heart of Rome, conveniently the train station was 2 mins away and bus stop 5 mins away but not close enough to disturb your sleep, nice quiet location. Rooms were a good size and we were lucky to overlook the gym and football/tennis pitches next door, sat on the balcony in the evening and watched the sport unfold. We went in May and the weather was hot enough, the pool was open and it was just the right temperature to walk about the city to sere the sights, any hotter and it would have been a long sweaty day, overall pleased with everything.

We called the hotel 2 nights before going and arranged a pick up and Stefano sorted it out for us. When we arrived Stefano booked us into our rooms he was very helpful throughout our stay. The hotel itself was very clean and comfortable. The station is next door so travelling about was great. I would definetely recommend staying here.

Via Damiano Chiesa, 8 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Monte Mario
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Outdoor pool
  • Concierge services

Located in Trionfale within a mile (2 km) of Monte Mario, Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Vatican Museums. This 99-room, 4-star residence welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services.


Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.


An LCD TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Other standard amenities include a balcony or patio, a safe, and a phone.

Property features

At Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican, guests have access to an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. If you drive, self parking is EUR 12 per night, and there's also limo/town car service. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with tours or tickets, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, laundry facilities, and a garden.

Room options

Studio (For 2 people)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Apartment, 1 Bedroom (For 4 people)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Studio (For 3 people)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Superior Studio

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

66.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 682 reviews

Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican

Via Damiano Chiesa, 8, Rome, RM 00136