Hotel Andreotti3.0 out of 5.0
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Just back from 3 nights in the hotel Andreotti, The hotel is situated in a small side street , very convenient for the Rome Termini . Rooms are small, clean and cosy, complete with small fridge with i feel is a must in a hotel room also a safe in the wardrobe which is great and at no extra cost. Lovely breakfast included in the price, with a good selection of meats , cheeses , bread and cakes and fruit. Found the staff very friendly and helpful . All the main attraction are within a 30 minute walk from the hotel ...will stay in this hotel again next time i'm in Rome
I stopped here for a week. It was a charming little place. conveniently placed, Nothing in rome is more than hours walk away. Breakfast bar was pretty decent. lot's of resturants near buy, and a small market for any fruit and veg you might want, along with a small shop. Nothing flash but it didthe job.
We've just returned from a seven-night stay at the Andreotti, and were delighted with our choice. Firstly, it's a five-ten minute walk from Termini Station, the hub of public transport in Rome. Whichever airport you arrive at, you'll end up here - by shuttle bus, train or underground. It's good not to have to mess about with taxis or further public transport journeys to reach your hotel! In fact, we found that there are only two public transport services that are really useful to the visitor, and both start from or run through Termini. (These are the No. 40 bus, every few minutes to Castel Sant Angelo, and the A tube line, six stops to just north of the Vatican.) The Andreotti is located in a quiet street, just across a small square (Piazza Independencia) which contains a useful supermarket - for most of your needs - plus two of Rome's ever-gushing drinking water fountains. When you go out, simply take an empty water bottle and fill up: it's cheaper than buying bottled water! The hotel itself is a family business, and clearly the owners take great pride in their establishment. Both public areas and rooms were spotless, and the staff were uniformly helpful and multi-lingual. The rooms, though not enormous (as is the case in many city centre hotels worldwide) had everything we needed: a large, comfortable bed, aircon which tamed the fierce Roman temperature, good wi-fi, a safe, plenty of clothes storage and a well-fitted shower room - again, not a speck of dust to be seen. There was also a very useful small fridge, ideal for keeping drinks cold. If I have any slight niggles, I'd have appreciated a bit more space to put things down on and a bigger shower cubicle, but these are minor things and certainly wouldn't prevent me from booking here again - the pros far outweigh the cons. The breakfast is well worth having, and really good value: drinks, cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurts, pastries and cakes, rolls and jams, plus four hot dishes, etc. should provide enough choice for most folks! There's a lovely retro lift - using it is rather like being in an old Hollywood movie - but it's very efficient. Much like everything here, in fact. We couldn't fault this hotel, and for the price we paid, we thought it excellent value - the fact that we gave it four stars only reflects the fact that it's not a vast establishment with multiple services that you probably don't need yet cost you an arm and a leg. We'd come here again, and would recommend it wholeheartedly.
My family and I stayed at this charming hotel for 3 nights while in Rome. The staff is amazing, so helpful and friendly. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful. The rooms are very charming, and while small in size, they were tastefully appointed and super clean. Our room had a very, very small shower- but it served its purpose and provided a unique memory. We would definitely stay here again. So very close to the main train station and metro stations as well.
It should be called Hotel Angrottie, the place needs a serious update, the rooms are not very clean, the showers terrible, the plumbing making an awful noise, the breakfast awful On the plus side, good location and friendly and helpful reception staff. Rome has changed since our last visit, pestered all day and night by Nigerian looky looky boys, relentless. The city has become dirty and very unfriendly. It is really expensive now...
The breakfast stuff is horrible! -you arrive 15 minutes early 10:15 (breakfast ends 10:30) and the gentleman won't let you touch anything despite you show him your watch saying it's not end yet... A little moldy showers. Other than that, its was nice.
This is a brilliant hotel! The location is excellent. Only a short walk from Termini Station that has direct bus and metro links to anything and everything in Roma - including to the airport. There is a supermarket just around the corner and a bounty of restaurants and bars if you want to eat and drink close to the hotel. The hotel itself has a lovely vintage charm with elegant furniture and art pieces all over the hotel. There is a large, lounge area with lots of comfy sofas and chairs to chill in with a good book or listen to music. The bar is small but so adorable. Len the barman was a highlight for us, not a man of many words, but effortlessly polite and amenable. He got to know us and what we liked to drink! The hotel is clean and well maintained and the antique art work really adds to the charm of the place. The staff are very polite and helpful, they all speak excellent English and were always on hand. The cleaning staff were also very through in their work, and the housekeeping of the room was very good, with a made bed and clean towels every day. The room came with a safe, but we didn't need it, we were able to trust the staff implicitly. The room itself was a bit on the small side, but we managed, and having the private bathroom was excellent. The bed was comfortable and the air conditioning was a god send during the heat wave (31 degrees on the Tuesday night!) The room was decorated in a 'classic' way and although not to my taste, it captured the essence of Italy of yesteryear! The limited TV channels is not the hotels fault, but BBC World and VH1 do get a little repetitive! Although we did have access to free wifi which was fast and never down. There is also a PC in the reception area that the guests can se day or night (tucked away behind the elevator, so you can conduct any business with some privacy) The elevator is hilarious, like something out of a movie, you need to see it to believe it! But it never let you down and as long as the external door was shut by the previous user, its works perfectly. Breakfast is eclectic and filling, with everything from scrambled eggs and cold ham to sweet pastries and fresh yogurt. It is worth having as having lunch and dinner on the go in Rome can be a bit expensive! I cannot recommend this hotel enough, the staff are polite and helpful. It is clean, has character and the location makes it a really good find. We will be visiting again soon ( We threw a coin in the Trevi, so we're going back!) The city is beautiful and has so much to offer, and from a base like Andreotti it made it even more perfect.
Located close to train station, good restaurants, and felt like a safe location. Nothing fancy but got the job done for our needs. Air conditioned, and a decent sized bed. I would stay here again and recommend this place to anyone.
An old palazzo with a somewhat dated interior but excellent location being near Termini, good value and very caring staff. Very helpful in giving information about buses and the metropolitana. I would certainly choose to stay here again in the future
Good caring personel . Good rooms , with some fixing works for In bathroom and electricity , Super charming . Old palazzo with lovely staircase and lift . All is easy, very accessible from stazione Termini , nice area plenty of hotels and embassies. Just good for the money .
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78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 952 reviews