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Hotel Alpi

4.0 out of 5.0

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We stayed at the Alpi for three nights and it was a great location in Rome. It was close to the Termini and the staff were most helpful.. We enjoyed the sunroom with its hospitable waiter. The breakfast was one of the best we have experienced. We would certainly stay here at our next visit to Rome. Lois & Gerry from Canada

About 7mins walk from Train station. The reception lady is super helpful. We didn't do any homework about Roma, and she showed us how to arrange a 2-day visit covering the main attractions with public transport. Super helpful

Hi All. Me and my wife were visiting Rome at the beginning of September and stayed in this hotel for 3 nights during our vacation. 1. The hotel located closed enough to Termini station (about 3-5 min. walking), so arriving to/from CIA (Ciampino) or FCO (Fiumicino) airports is very easy to make and it costs only 6 Euro for person to each direction. Despite the proximity to the Termini station you do not feel that it is close enough. 2. Near the hotel (1 min.) you can find supermarket and a real good wine store named Trimani with a wide variety of spirits and wines. 3. We got room on 4 floor (435) with a backside view which was very quiet with a small and very nice balcony and a real big restroom with shower cabine. 4. The breakfast was just great and it was enough for me to keep my stomach up to late lunch. It is not obvious that you have the breakfast included in your price in Europe and it worth it. 5. WiFi is good , staff is very nice and helpful and rooms and hotel itself very clean and intimate. We suggest this hotel very, very much !!!!!!!!!!! Have fun :-)

Taking the Via Marsala Exit, Hotel Alpi is about 8 mins walk from Roma Termini, immediately past the Piazza del’Indipendenza, turning left on Via Castelfidardo. Once we entered, a large painting on the foyer gave me that “I am in Rome” feeling. Didn’t have any problem with check-in. I was already in communication with the Reservations staff - Luisa and Carla - months prior to this travel - regarding some info I needed in planning. Technically, their customer service began even before we arrived. Service is superb. Everyone’s so accommodating, friendly. One Filipino staff, whose name i forgot as of this writing (my apologies to him) acted as our bellhop on our arrival in the afternoon, and as the waiter during breakfast. :) Total ambience homey. Our room, a Superior, was spacious, with full amenities. Wifi was very reliable. We had an excellent stay. If we ever we get to travel back to Rome, we’d definitely be staying here again.

This was a nice stay in this traditional and boutique style hotel. Great building that captures the character of the city. Room was very small - to be expected from a city hotel, similar to London/New York sizes. Breakfast was excellent. Area of the hotel was a little rough and ready - I wouldn't recommend spending much time there at night. Easy to get to from the main station, but don't dawdle.

My family of four was in Rome in August, and it's HOT. For Americans accustomed to air conditioning, it is a bit of a shock that air conditioning as it's understood in Italy is often a gust or two of coolish air now and then. Not at the Hotel Alpi. Our room was wonderfully cool when we would come back from a long day of walking miles and miles in 90-plus temperatures to see the sights. I can say we found air conditioning like this nowhere else in 10 days in Italy and it made a huge difference in our experience of Rome. Plus we had a nice little balcony with a view, and the breakfast included hot foods and meats as well as pastries, yogurt and fruit. The room was clean and attractive as was the entire hotel and indeed it's five minutes to the train station. And the staff was lovely and friendly. The one drawback is the lift is very tiny, like many in Europe, so you will climb stairs now and then. But that's a small thing. I'd very much recommend this hotel.

We spent one night in Rome on our way down to the Amalfi Coast and this was a perfect spot. It's right next to Termini train station, so you can walk there in 5 minutes, and indeed we walked from here to the Colosseum and other main attractions, though that was a bit further off. The rooms are all totally adequate and comfortable, they have a nice breakfast and a lovely outdoor terrace bar where you can enjoy a drink until late at night. My only criticism would be that they didn't have an iron.

Service was good. Spoke English well. Room was clean and modern. Enjoyed breakfast spread. Location of hotel central to Rome. Third floor terrace was relaxing. My kids enjoyed their own room and staff was accommodating to them.

Hotel was in good location near main train station (termani) good quiet rooms, great breaky, helpful staff, we paid extra for upgrade to room with balcony. Unfortunately we didnt have use for it as it was in full sun during day and were out for dinner. So it wasnt worth the extra for us. Over all I would recommend this hotel.

Friendly accommodating staff. The best breakfast buffet we had in three weeks in Italy. Walking distance to train, metro & bus terminal. Super market and nice restaurant very close. Quiet rooms. Would stay again.

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84% of guests recommend this hotel

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