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Hotel Andreotti

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This is based on our experience staying 3 nights at the beginning of April in room 118. Other people may have a more positive experience. First impressions, the hotel interior is quite grand and pleasing. At check in the young guy with shaved hair was on the phone and didn’t seem bothered that new guests had arrived. He didn’t apologise or make us feel particularly welcome and asked if we wanted a double bed or two single beds, presumably because we are 2 guys. He didn’t offer us any tourist information so I took a map myself. We got to the room and it was quite small and very dark even with the curtains open and all the lamps on - except one lamp which didn’t work because the plug socket (one of only 4 available for the entire room 2 of which were taken up by the tv and fridge). The standard of cleanliness wasn’t great and there was dust visible on the floor. The bathroom was very small and you’d have to be a stick person to fit in the shower and be able to move your arms without getting water all over the floor as the folding shower doors do not secure shut. The room was quite warm and the air conditioning didn’t work (apparently it only gets switched on in the summer even though it was 20+ deg C during the day. This resulted in 2 out of 3 sleepless nights because it was too hot and if you open the window you risk allowing mosquitos in and getting bitten or being kept awake by constant noise outside. We did raised the above issues with the guy after we had checked in and asked if there were any other rooms available but he didn’t seem interested and said he would “send a guy” to look at the plug socket which didn’t work. When this guy is due to arrive I don’t know but it wasn’t during our stay! Due to his attitude, we avoided interacting with the front desk until check out, the older gentleman was much friendlier. The Wi-fi is free but keeps dropping out so not very reliable. We didn’t use the bar or communal area however the breakfast was good - probably the only positive for us. There was a good selection and it seemed quite fresh. Location is quite good, 5 minute walk from the termini station and up to half hour walk to colosseum. We didn’t use the metro but there are some bus stops nearby (tickets €1,50 for 100 minutes available from a Tabacchiera). There’s also a few supermarkets nearby and restaurants if you want to stay local. I highly recommend “Ristorante da Dino” (see other review) which was less than 5 mins away and very good prices for dinner. The “Yellow Bar” (opposite the Yellow Hostel) was nice and relatively reasonable with a younger crowd/atmosphere. Overall we personally didn’t enjoy staying here, we weren’t impressed with how our complaint was handled and had poor sleep due to the heat and lack of A/C. That is why I have scored 2*. We wouldn’t choose to return to this hotel.

+ Phonic insulation + Rich breakfast (very) + Close to metro/bus + Good connections to Rome`s core + Staff friendly + Warm room + Clean room + Good sleep + Decent price per room - Medium sized room - Medium sized bathroom - Poor / non-functional lobby - Room`s dated furniture - Old building

We stayed there from 21 tot 24 January 2018 and We enjoyed it. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room was cleaned every day. Also the room was warm and we had The posibility to set the temperature as high as we wanted. There was always hot water on the shower. Breakfast was good to.

Pleasant hotel in the heart of Rome!!! Near all the sightseeing, only five minutes from termini station , bus station , taxi and metro station.. Very clean, quiet, comfortable warm rooms and with an always very helpful, kind and smiling stuff.. I can't forget in any case the excellent breakfast with a large buffet with all you need to start your day!!! thank you all guys, not only 3 stars for this hotel from all our group but at least 4 or more!!!

Thought I'd be giving this place a solid 4 based on room, service, and price. However one night I made the mistake of allowing many places to close. Thankfully the AMAZING African place around the corner did carry out. (Seriously check it out). The other guests who I was visiting with in the bar were fine with this. The front desk however seemed appalled. Now while they actually had a "bartender" Service was EXCELLENT. However they close very early. Which was fine. But I ended up needing a utensil and asked the front desk. BIG mistake. Was asked why. Then where my food came from (mind you their bar is closed). Said it was Carry out and I knew everyone in the lounge and would be sure to clean up. Now I understand that someone probably complained way before I came alone based on the proximity of this great restaurant. Which is sad as the food was delicious. I mentioned I understood but the only people in the lounge were people I knew. I was then told people in the morning would be upset by the smells. Again I think previous people made it easy to be seriously concerned about odors. However the people smoking 10 feet from Entrance drag in a way worse smell than some marinated chicken and spices. As soon as we started leaving someone came in with a spray bottle of febreez. Perhaps some people are that sensitive but the whole situation was very uncomfortable and embarrassing. The breakfast is ok. But don't expect warm food. They don't use the candle heaters and even going at 7am the eggs were cold. Along with other "hot" foods. All said and done the price and location make this place hard to beat. Just don't bring in outside food or expect warm breakfast food.

Overall, the hotel and room was clean, staff at times were friendly. However, the breakfast menu needs reviewing it was terrible very poor choice. When asked for tea and coffee in the bedroom it was not available we had to buy the drinks.

The housekeeper broked an parfume and the reception nothing (only "We are sorry"). But the most terible was the cold in the room. We stayed 3 nights and each day we asked to the reception to do somthing!

The room we were initially given on arrival was definitely not up to standard. The shower cubicle had a lot of sealant missing, and what was there was thick black mould. The material linings on the walls clearly showed they were not particularly clean. However, when mentioning this to the reception staff, there was no hesitation in giving us another room, which was much better. There was a kettle and cups in the room, but no tea or coffee, but perhaps we had to ask for this. Breakfast was adequate for our needs. The location is very good, just a few minutes from the railway station and hop on buses. It is also in a side street, and we found it very quiet. There are bars and restaurants within a short walk of the hotel. All the staff were really pleasant and helpful. Quite acceptable for a short break.

This is a quaint hotel but very modernized. The location is excellent about a 10 minute walk from Roma Termini train station. There is also a grocery located close by.There are a lot of great eating places which are walking distance. Best gelato store is very close ask the front desk . Our dealings with the front desk staff was with Ionut. He was so spot on with his recommendations for places to eat and see, excellent customer service skills.The bathroom shower was a bit small but we managed, wifi was excellent. The elevator was very antique but works well. Would I stay there again for sure.

We stayed in this hotel due to a good deal and didn't expect much. Ha Tommaso was more of a concierge than desk clerk. Need a car? Done Need a good dinner? Here's where you go. He knows all. The breakfast is excellent. Eggs, meat, bread, pastry, fruit. Yum Rooms easy to get to with wide open stairs or with the open elevator. You know the elevator that you see in the movies​ with the collapsing scissor door. Yep. Romantic. The door to the hotel is locked at night to keep you secure. You can get out for a late night jaunt but you've got to ring the bell t get back in. We would always sneak out before Dawn and see the sunrise and come back for breakfast when the door was no longer locked. Soda and snack machined are on each floor. We never used them but found it interesting to see since they seemed out of place and more American​ than Italian but they are there if you need a junk food fix. Great hotel, great staff. Excellent beds

Via Castelfidardo 55 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Teatro dell'Opera di Roma
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge

Located in Municipio Roma I within a short walk of Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Hotel Andreotti is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. This 53-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and limo/town car service. Located centrally in Rome, it's also close to St. Peter's Basilica and Spanish Steps.


Dining

Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

The 53 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and phones. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also standard.


Property features

At Hotel Andreotti, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. Transportation is made easy with limo/town car service. A multilingual staff is on hand to help with tours or tickets, and offer sightseeing advice. This hotel also has free newspapers.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

78.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 991 reviews