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Hotel Accademia

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Classic location near in the center walk distance for most of the Rome sites

Great location near Trevi Fountain. Front desk was fabulous. Arrived at 10 am and was provided immediate access to newly renovated room. Front desk provided restaurant and shopping recommendations which made our stay memorable. Could not have asked for more.

The hotel was very nice, the room was clean and very comfortable.The breakfast was nice. Very good hotel!!!!

Awful experience, very mean staff!!! Nasty place!! Doesn´t deserve even one star!

The hardest best in all of 5 hotels we stayed at in italy!! tiny room, great location!, great breakfast in the morning (included), loved their coffee! The hotel was very loud! You could hear everything!!! People talking, walking, flushing toilets...etc... didn't get much sleep. TIP: in the evening....head out of the front door and go left - towards the fountain, which you MUST see at night, there is a street very close by that has lots of entertainment and great places to eat with live music and shopping.... we enjoyed this. There was one staff member who went out of her way (Anna) but everyone else appeared to be too busy to help us.....

This hotel was very close to everything. Awasome location Also the staff was very nice. And helpful.

We chose this hotel because of its location and inclusive breakfast. Neither of which disappointed. Within 30min of arriving at the hotel we were armed with a map and walking shoes. Located within a half block from the Trevi Fountain was a huge treat and we walked almost 20% of the city that evening. The Continental bfast was better than I had expected. The down side of the hotel had me counting down to check out. Our room was on the 3rd fl. Approaching the room we noticed the hallway walls were dirty which immediately left a bad taste. The hallway and room had a bit of a dingy smell but the room for the most part was clean. Typical Euro hotel room = small. The bed was extremely HARD. We were in more pain from sleeping than from walking all of Rome. Bedspreads and furniture were old. The wash cloths were thin and larger than hand towels. I would love to know if this is an Italian type wash cloth or if the hotel was being cheap. Either way it was the same type of towel set out for the bidet. Ewww. Hallway noise was so clear the bed should have been in the hallway. We could not get comfortable and we did not rest well at all.

Great location, good staff, quaint ceilings with exposed bricks and wood beams. Nice bathroom, rich wood appointments, real safe in closet, clean. Small room (typical of Rome), window onto noisy pedestrian street without light blocking curtains (noise got much better when it started raining and the people got scared inside), hard bed. But good value for the price compared to other pricing.

Booked on advice of another guest review. Notice! They do not have Valet parking. The front desk will call a driver to come pick your car up and park it for you. Storage fee is 30 Euro a day and they will drop the car back of when you need it. Only needed it for two days so not terrible considering the low cost of the room and the excellent breakfast included. The office desk/TV stand and fridge were unnecessary and their removal would have added 12 sq. ft. to the room. A bit cramped, but the firm beds were surprisingly comfortable. A/C worked great, but the shower drain was a bit slow. Make sure you ask for two room keys since one is used for keeping the lights on. I had to run out while my wife stayed in the room and realized I couldn't take the key with me. Take advantage of the buy one get one free drink at the News Cafe next door with a glass of Persecco. The Restaurant on the right of the Hotel has a fantastic Lingiune with wild boar and truffle.

the hotel is a comfortable and reasonably priced (at least when I was around). I couldn't say the staff where incredibly friendly, but they were resourceful all around, and the valet parking service was extremely useful for me, as I was there with a car.

Location was perfect and easy to get to from both the train station and airport. Taxis were also easy to find. Check-in was quick and easy. The room was spotless and well-maintained. Free breakfast buffet was a wonderful addition. Our only complaint was internet fees. The hotel was so close to the Trevi Fountain but tucked away enough to be quiet at night. We always felt safe and secure in both the hotel and the location. Hotel was within walking distance to almost everything!!!! We were able to walk to great restaurants, landmarks, shopping, entertainment, transportation, etc. We would definitely return to this hotel and will definitely recommend it to our friends and family.

Location of this hotel cannot be beat! About one block from the Trevi Fountain - which is what made the room noisy with all the foot traffic to and from the Fountain. Staff was not particularly friendly, or helpful. Example, I was there to pick up my daughter who had been in Rome since January in school and the staff just stood there and watched while my petite daughter struggled to get a very heavy bag into the hotel, while I struggled with another one. Granted, these were bags we picked up from her school's storage a few days after we checked in, but they offered NO assistance to two women who were obviously having some difficulty. The deskman was standing outside smoking, but just stood by and watched! Spotty wi-fi (that you have to pay for) and no printer available for boarding passes, etc. Would only recommend this hotel because of its unbeatable location.

I was expecting a tiny toom based on other hotel reviews. The room was clean and spacious enough for two adults and large suitcases. The location is unbeatable. Just steps away from the Trevi Fountain. All landmarks are within walking distance. The front desk staff is not necessarily unfriendly, but they don't go that extra mile. [...] At night it can be a bit noisy with groups of young people singing in the street or the street sweepers, but overall this was an excellent choice. I would recommend to a friend and would go back.

Hotel was nice enough, but not outstanding. Front desk staff ok, but not terribly knowledgeable about tourism options.

We were touring Rome. The hop-on, hop-off bus is just a few feet from the front door. The location near (one block) Trevi fountain is excellent. - Lots of evening activity on the street! Also within easy walking distance to Spanish steps and Pantheon. Nice restaurants nearby. The room was much bigger than expected and quiet. I would not consider another hotel for a Rome stay. The facility is very nice and definitely four star. However, the cold water in the room just trickled and so the shower was VERY hot after a while. We informed management on leaving.

Arriving from the airport to the city of Rome we took the train (11 euros) (remember to validate your ticket!!)to the Termini Station. We took a Taxi to the Hotel Accademia. Which cost about 30 euros. We could have taken a bus which would cost 1 euro. It takes about 10 minutes. Not bad at all. We did most of Rome by foot. The Hotel is 2 minutes walking distance from the Fountain of Trevi.

The front desk staff tends to ignore you, even if you are standing right at their desk. Even when we were trying to check out, he completely ignored us; there was no one else around; we waited about 4 minutes before he finally acknowledged us. They were not helpful with siteseeing ideas, as is stated in their info packet. They just hand you some brochures, that you can pick up on the street.

The room was not what was shown on the Hotel website

Good central location. We moved hotels midway through our trip to be closer to other sights of interest.

We missed our first night at our hotel due to an overnight train ride. We called the hotel to let them know and they thanked us and said our room would be ready when we got in. When we checked in they had upgraded us to one of their executive rooms and it was wonderful. Clean, modern, and big. Also, these rooms shared large lounges with DVD players, a computer, and outside patios. Even if you don't get one of these rooms, the location is excellent. It's about 40 feet from Trevi Fountain. We walked to all the major sights except those in Vatican City.

Piazza Accademia Di San Luca 75 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Trevi Fountain and Piazza Venezia
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services

Hotel Accademia places you next to Trevi Fountain and within a 10-minute stroll of other popular attractions like Piazza Venezia. This 75-room, 3-star hotel has in-room conveniences like minibars, coffee makers, and LCD TVs. It's in central Rome and also a short walk from Vittorio Emanuele Monument and Pantheon.


Dining

For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

Hotel Accademia's 75 rooms are soundproofed and provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. LCD TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also available.


Property features

Guests of Hotel Accademia enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a computer station. Parking is EUR 35.00 per day (EUR 35.00 per day for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 50.00 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers, laundry facilities, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Superior Double Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Standard Double Room Single Use

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Superior Double Room Single Use

Full 1 | Sleeps 1

Standard Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Hotel Accademia

Everyone (2) Couples (11) Family (6) Friends (2)
4

nice hotel in the center of rome

Everyone

Classic location near in the center walk distance for most of the Rome sites

By on Dec 13, 2016

5
Everyone

Great location near Trevi Fountain. Front desk was fabulous. Arrived at 10 am and was provided immediate access to newly renovated room. Front desk provided restaurant and shopping recommendations which made our stay memorable. Could not have asked for more.

By on Aug 29, 2016

5

very good hotel

Couples

The hotel was very nice, the room was clean and very comfortable.The breakfast was nice. Very good hotel!!!!

By on Jul 6, 2015

1

absolutely awful hotel!! do not book here

Couples

Awful experience, very mean staff!!! Nasty place!! Doesn´t deserve even one star!

By on Apr 22, 2014

3

the hardest bed we slept in out of 5 different hotels!!!

Couples

The hardest best in all of 5 hotels we stayed at in italy!! tiny room, great location!, great breakfast in the morning (included), loved their coffee! The hotel was very loud! You could hear everything!!! People talking, walking, flushing toilets...etc... didn't get much sleep. TIP: in the evening....head out of the front door and go left - towards the fountain, which you MUST see at night, there is a street very close by that has lots of entertainment and great places to eat with live music and shopping.... we enjoyed this. There was one staff member who went out of her way (Anna) but everyone else appeared to be too busy to help us.....

By on Sep 14, 2011

4

great location

Couples

This hotel was very close to everything. Awasome location Also the staff was very nice. And helpful.

By on Mar 23, 2011

2

great location but....

Families

We chose this hotel because of its location and inclusive breakfast. Neither of which disappointed. Within 30min of arriving at the hotel we were armed with a map and walking shoes. Located within a half block from the Trevi Fountain was a huge treat and we walked almost 20% of the city that evening. The Continental bfast was better than I had expected. The down side of the hotel had me counting down to check out. Our room was on the 3rd fl. Approaching the room we noticed the hallway walls were dirty which immediately left a bad taste. The hallway and room had a bit of a dingy smell but the room for the most part was clean. Typical Euro hotel room = small. The bed was extremely HARD. We were in more pain from sleeping than from walking all of Rome. Bedspreads and furniture were old. The wash cloths were thin and larger than hand towels. I would love to know if this is an Italian type wash cloth or if the hotel was being cheap. Either way it was the same type of towel set out for the bidet. Ewww. Hallway noise was so clear the bed should have been in the hallway. We could not get comfortable and we did not rest well at all.

By on Dec 1, 2010

3

good location

Couples

Great location, good staff, quaint ceilings with exposed bricks and wood beams. Nice bathroom, rich wood appointments, real safe in closet, clean. Small room (typical of Rome), window onto noisy pedestrian street without light blocking curtains (noise got much better when it started raining and the people got scared inside), hard bed. But good value for the price compared to other pricing.

By on Nov 29, 2010

4

lose the office desk.

Couples

Booked on advice of another guest review. Notice! They do not have Valet parking. The front desk will call a driver to come pick your car up and park it for you. Storage fee is 30 Euro a day and they will drop the car back of when you need it. Only needed it for two days so not terrible considering the low cost of the room and the excellent breakfast included. The office desk/TV stand and fridge were unnecessary and their removal would have added 12 sq. ft. to the room. A bit cramped, but the firm beds were surprisingly comfortable. A/C worked great, but the shower drain was a bit slow. Make sure you ask for two room keys since one is used for keeping the lights on. I had to run out while my wife stayed in the room and realized I couldn't take the key with me. Take advantage of the buy one get one free drink at the News Cafe next door with a glass of Persecco. The Restaurant on the right of the Hotel has a fantastic Lingiune with wild boar and truffle.

By on Aug 20, 2010

4

comfortable spot

Families

the hotel is a comfortable and reasonably priced (at least when I was around). I couldn't say the staff where incredibly friendly, but they were resourceful all around, and the valet parking service was extremely useful for me, as I was there with a car.

By on Aug 8, 2010