Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My family and I stayed for 4 nights while visiting Rome. We found it to be an excellent value. The pool was great and the room was clean, comfortable and spacious. It was about a 15 minute drive to and from the most of the sites which was easily worth it.
This apartment hotel exceeded our expectations. Although it fits in the economy category it has a few additional features. We self-catered for our 6 day stay. Very pleasant sitting on the apartment balcony having a pre-dinner drink followed by a relaxed meal on a warm Rome summer evening. A couple of supermarkets are about half a kilometre from the hotel. Multilingual reception staff are first class and very helpful. A nice feature is the swimming pool and towel hire is 5€ per stay - very reasonable. One feature we did miss was an ironing board and iron, and a coffee bodum. Small details really. As many reviewers have mentioned the train station is next door. Two stations down the line and the underground train can be accessed. Overall takes about 20 minutes by train to central Rome.
Only stayed for 2 nights, with 2 adults & 2 children. Rooms are a great size and very comfortable, great blockout blinds meant for a quiet and dark nights sleep. Continental breakfast quite good but a bit pricey considering you had an apartment and could get your own breakfast. There was a restaurant next door and even after 10% discount was not really that cheap but was OK for an easy pizza. Important to remember that Italians eat dinner late so it didnt open until about 7.30pm which is late for an Aussie family travelling with kids :) Train station is literally next door so easy access but it is 2 different trains to get into town (Regional then change for metro). I must admit having to travel about 40 minutes into town every day did become quite tiresome and I ended up wishing we were closer. There is a small supermarket nearby but it is very small and limited with what you can get. Staff very helpful and friendly at front desk. Would recommend this hotel as long as you don't want to be near the city centre at all.
Stayed in early July for sightseeing trip in Rome. Room was very big and ideal for a family. Train station is next door so its ideal for sun bathing at pool in morning and into Rome in evening. Air con and Wifi excellent. Restaurant next door is superb and caters for take away if you want to take pizza etc back to room. 10 min walk down hill towards Vatican. Small shop opposite for basics like bread and water but 10 min walk to larger supermarket. Taxi from Rome was required due to subway strike and was 18 euros. Ticket machine in station opposite provided train tickets and was only a few euros. Rome City Tax payable at the end of your stay.Breakfast usual continental style. No bar. Overall ideal for family stopover
Stayed there for 11 nights in july 2017. Good aircondition. Nice bedroom, but the sofabeds where bad quality. Kitchen with okey accessories and cleaning were including once during the 11 days. But during some nights there were coming loud talking and music from the room below. When talking to the reception I was told it is Up to the guests if they would make less noise and that the Hotel did not have any rules about that. The Pool was great but the amount of sunbeds were not enough and again the hotel did not have any rules about reserving the sunbeds by leaving towels which meant many people with No where to sit and Lots of reserved sunbeds. And after talking to the reception the message was that reserving sunbeds is allowed.
Nice and clean rooms. Nothing to complain about, but nothing to be excited about either. One of our reasons to pick this hotel was the pool, but it is rather small. Once we asked in the reception for nice restaurants and we were immidiately given a 10% discount card to the restaurant next door. (We found better restaurants nearby ourselves). The hotel is close to the trian if you want to visit the center of Rome, yet we weren't aware that the last trains leave at 21-22, but a cab is approximately 15 Euro.
My family & i stayed in Adagio for 4 nights, in my opinion the hotel is far from the city attractions. It's located in a residential area. We had a problem with our room's Air conditioning, it would get 'switched off' at night & starts to operate again at 6am! i don't know if that was part of an environmental policy! We literally had sleepless nights because it was really hot & humid at the time of our visit to Rome and it really made us all upset. To receive any service you will have to pay ( housekeeping, towels for the pool..) I'm sorry but i would never repeat this visit, the only positive side of this hotel is the friendly front desk staff. Thank you
The property is for sure dated, the decor coming out of what seems to me 70s. Aside from that, the rooms are clean, everything works and is adequate. In contrast to newer hotels, the rooms are very spacious (I had a one bedroom apartment and from what I saw during housekeeping, most other apartments were even bigger than mine). Transportation is kind of a hassle if you're staying longer term and becomes annoying, although Balduina station literally is next door. Also next door is a fantastic gym (Virgin Active), which is literally the fanciest gym i've ever been in, which was a surprise because the rest of the neighborhood seems ghetto.
The hotel is very well located 50 m to Train station, you can go direct to down town and all atractions, all services is perfect, attention is perfect and room is very big and confortable for a family with 4 persons
We stayed for 2 day stays and had good experience staying there. It is near by almost all sights and also advantage is that public transport is just next to the hotel so there won't be any issue in travelling and reaching back hotel. great place to stay overall.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge services
- Laundry facilities
Vatican Museums is within 2 miles (3 km) of Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican while other popular attractions such as St. Peter's Basilica are within 3 miles (5 km). This 99-room, 4-star residence welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. It's in central Rome and also close to Castel Sant'Angelo and Sistine Chapel.
Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.
The 99 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including balconies or patios, safes, and phones. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also available.
Renovated in 2014, Aparthotel Adagio Rome Vatican offers 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 dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a garden.
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66% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 520 reviews