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Champagne Palace Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Good location, low price. Great for short stay. Near colosseum and many city squares, Nice view from top of the hotel where the brekfast is served. In the strreet in front of the hotel are many restourants with good food.

Convinient place to sleep. The tiny room was clean and towels changed daily. Also sheets we changed a couple of times during 1 week. The 4 stars is over rated as there is no room service and even the lobby bar is closed and everything is a bit dated. The breakfast is ok but unfortunately no vegetables but the breakfast room view is stunning over Rome. Very nice staff

Lovely reception welcome, but lift barely working and room doors all scuffed and worn. Double room is a decent size for 2, however bathroom shower doesn’t work, the water goes everywhere and floods the bathroom. Hotel in a dodgy area. Don’t recommend for longer than one night, would rate this 2 stars by English star ranking.

This hotel dont deserve four star. Two star will be maximum. Only location worth, and bed is good. Small (two people have problem to moving) and dirty room, breakfast are everyday same- ham and chease. If you need room for sleeping only, book here its near main metro station, and few good cafe. But if you come to rome for some other reason skip this hotel.

Me and my partner spent 3 nights at this hotel, it was a very cosy little room which we thought was fine for a few nights!! But... The bed was very hard and the walls need a lick of paint. It does seem run down in places but so does a lot of Rome which we found out on our travels. Breakfast was a little confusing and there isn’t much of a range of food! If you like croissants your in the right place! The location really isn’t great!! The streets seem very dirty surrounding this place and not overly safe after dark! (Obviously not the hotels fault) We were happy with our stay the place just needs a little revamp to get it up to what I would say a 4 star hotel would be! Also could do with updated tv services in the rooms as we don’t speak Italian so some English tv would have been good.

Me and my partner booked this hotel as it says that it's an 4* hotel..well after already booking I decided rob read the reviews which I shouldn't have dun b4 hand as all the reviews seem to be terrible..I tried to ignore it and i travel a lot and have read bad review s before and then have shown Upney and it morn new what the reviews have said..well this one the reviews wasn't spot on it's not but a 4* hotel a time all I wouldn't even call it a 2* first when u or at work walk in it fools you because it looks nice ..then u go to the loft where which looks old n as if it's gonna break down..the next u get to your room and it isn't so bad u wouldn't even rate this a 1* it's all old the walls at dirty the bed sheets have rips in them..the tv I said an old tv it's just rediculas we went down to receptions to ask if we can go in the bar to the next be to told the bar don't not open so basicaly it looks like a bar but it's just There for all so bad I highly recommend not other booking this hotel if ur expectin anything higher than a 2*

We stay at hotel champagne palace in June for a week which was 5 days to long as far as I'm concerned, once we arrived at the hotel after a near death taxi ride we were told that we had to pay the hotel a tax of €80 we had no knowledge of this beforehand and were told it was a city tax????? So once we got to our room which was so small that we spent the whole week crawling across the bed to get the other side of the room, we decided to go for a wander around only to be followed back to our hotel by some grotty looking man. That night I think we got about 3 hours sleep as their was people running up and down the stairs all night shouting and slamming doors this continued all week. The breakfast was poor a couple of dried croissants and cereal severed by a grumpy man. In the evening we were told the bar on the top floor was closed no reason given reception staff just said " not open" So I would definitely not recommend anyone going to this hotel.

Spent a great time in this lovely hotel strategically located nearby all transport connections. Breakfast was excellent and the view from top floor awesome. Room was quiet and perfectly clean. Most of all we appreciated the very friendly staff, always at your disposal for any questions and requirement. We highly recommend this hotel

Location was very convenient ..close to great restaurants and bus terminal Very quiet considering location in Central Rome aC not ever strong ..needed card to keep it going Breakfast was adequate not great No ice available in super hot days ..was told to buy it in bar across street Joaquin was helpful but not other old man at desk Elevator is rickety rackety ..I got stuck in it ...very claustrophobic Beds are tiny for my tall son Room was tiny as was bathroom Internet only in living room near lobby ...weak at best Location was great for nice restaurants in are and shopping for that hotel was fine

I don't know to say. On one hand the age and lack of upkeep literarily forces you to be out all day and explore Rome from early morning to late night. On the other, it is a sub-par to 3 star. Staff at front desk was very nice and always helpful. One attendant at breakfast seemed like he didn't want to be there. We requested a change of rooms as the shower didn't drain and the room we got was larger with a king size bed - which was the best part of the experience. (Maybe we just have crappy bed at home) Breakfast was adequate Euro type. Juices, cappuccino type coffee from a automated dispenser, couple of different cereals, two types of ham (cold cuts), sliced cheese and pastries. Then again, if you're in Italy, espresso and a cornetto, so that you work up an appetite for some great Italian food. Its two short block from Termini. I walked back from the Colosseum in 20 min. We ended up walking everywhere as talking the Metro may take you there faster but you will miss this wonderful city. I walked from Piazza Navona to Colosseum and inadvertently stumbled up on the Forum. Spent 3 hours exploring. But I'm digressing, do some research on your hotels, there are so many of them everywhere. Get one near where you want to explore!

Via Principe Amedeo 82 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Business center
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Municipio Roma I, Champagne Palace Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Teatro dell'Opera di Roma. This 78-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like coffee/tea in a common area, a business center, and limo/town car service. Located centrally in Esquilino, it's also close to St. Peter's Basilica and Colosseum.


Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.


All 78 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and desks. For entertainment, guests can expect to find satellite TV. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries.

Property features

Champagne Palace Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 45 per vehicle one way, as well as limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, express check-in, and express check-out.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

41.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 653 reviews