Hotel Andreotti3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
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
Hotel was OK it had some charm and the location wasn't bad it was somewhat close to bus stops and the train station but it also was small and the air conditioning didn't work at all. I know Italy's air conditioning is different than the US however it did not work and made horrible noise. The hotel itself was cute I loved the old fashioned elevator. The wifi barely worked either.
Small hotel which only no more than a 10 minutes walk from the railway station. In a non tourist area which means the local restaurants etc are better value than in the heart of Rome. The staff are all friendly and the reception staff very helpful. Room was fine and the airco was ok although one night it cut out, time of year. We were only 10 minutes from the tour bus start point so our 48 hour ticket was well used for a tour and to visit the many must see sights. Breakfast was continental and met our needs. Staff were ok. A good place to stay in Rome.
Stayed here for the third time. Never disappoints apart from no tea and coffee making facilities in the room. 10ins from termini. 5 from local subway station. Its old quaint and the bar shuts at 9ish. The rooms are quiet and aircon works.
Lovely hotel located less than a ten minute walk from Rome Termini. The hotel was clean and cosy. It was a fairly long walk to some of the sights but we are keen walkers so that wasn't an issue. I would highly recommend this hotel.
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.
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78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 966 reviews