Hotel Aniene3.5 out of 5.0
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We chose this hotel primarily based on price and location and factoring in those 2 points alone, this hotel is good compared to typical Rome hotel prices and walking distance to most of the "sights". However... This really is just somewhere to lay your head at the end of the day and no more. The room and bathroom were more or less clean however we were a little disturbed by unidentified stains on the over sheet for the bed. Breakfast is basic, toast, yogurt, pastry, coffee, juice but again for the price it's enough to set you up for the morning. Finding the hotel in the first place was almost impossible with very little signage although it is where the map takes you to if you are using google maps or similar. (There is a plaque on the wall by the door about 6" x 4" which says hotel marvi and that's it!). The rooms are the 3rd floor of an apartment building, so the front door is quite miss-able! All in all, "you get what you pay for" you could say, but next time I'd happily pay a little more.
One of the worst places I’ve stayed in all my travels. Had no flushing toilet for a weekend and every time staff told me it will be fixed in the morning. Only to be told no plumbers can be found on a weekend. Only when I threatened to call out a plumber myself for which I will bill the hotel; did they offer to give me a new room. Only for the shower not to work. Useless! Not very convenient location but can’t fault the hotel for that. I new it when the booking was made. Also a bit of a walk to the nearest Metro (bit dodgy).
This (modern !) 4 star hotel deserves all stars and is situated in Nomentano, Municipio III, some 5 - 6 kilometers away from the old centre of Rome. From here you can easily reach the central bus-, metro and train station of Rome "Termini" by bus. The bus stop for this line is only a 5 minutes walk away. The hotel itself offers very clean rooms, a great and friendly service and free breakfast and free wifi. The bathrooms are very clean too but a bit small, hardly accessible for 2 persons. (... the only minor point about the whole hotel!) There are 34 rooms, all very quiet, with a minibar and small digital LCD TV. We enjoyed our stay very much in this hotel (for 6 days) and will surely return in case we ever come back to the terrific city of Rome.
Stayed here for the weekend and at 1st was quite concerned with the location. Seemed far away from everything, however we soon discovered it was no hassle travelling into city by metro or bus. €1.50 for 100min pass. Hotel staff are extremely helpful and friendly. Breakfast is basic but excellent. Rooms clean and comfortable and modern, maybe only criticism is no full length mirror for the ladies to check themselves out before heading out. Found an amazing little gem called the Titanic Pub only couple of minutes away from hotel. Food is excellent, biggest steak I've ever had. Lots of promotions depending on the day.
My wife and I (Ireland) recently stayed at Hotel Aniene, Conco D'Oro Rome. We found the hotel to be very welcoming, clean comfortable and with some of the most friendly, helpful and cheerful staff that we have encountered anywhere outside of Ireland. The B line Metro station is nearby which makes access to the centre of Rome very accessible.Based on our experience we would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone looking for a good value affordable hotel.
The hotel is pretty far from the airport, (FCO) but we had shuttle transfer so no big deal, it is a small modern hotel, which was spotless, ( yes there were small nibbles out of the furnishings like the tables and bedside units, but nothing more than that) The breakfast was lovely, plenty of juices, cereal, pastries, fresh fruit, cold meat cheese, jams and hot scrambled egg and tea/coffee, also a small selection of gluten free items, all of which were constantly replenished when getting low as more people came to breakfast, and certainly enough to set you up for the day ahead. There is a metro station just a few minutes down the road Conca d Oro, which was ideal as we purchased a 7 day ticket for 24 euros and were on and off at loads of stations over the course of the week and never waited more than 4 minutes for a train.The staff were helpful whenever we asked for anything ( I needed an extra pillow it was delivered to the room promptly) or if we enquired about anything the information was given. The issue of the area.... yes it has graffitti but so has every area in Rome, even around the areas where the "higher priced" hotels are. This is indeed one of the sad sights around Rome, everywhere has graffitti. as to the "local winos" yes we saw a couple of people drinking in the street, but seriously I see more of that in Glasgow than I saw in Rome, and at no point did I feel in any danger as they didnt even look our way. Like most hotels it was just a base and somewhere to sleep (comfortable mattress, I might add) I do think that the ratings system could be looked at, as the more "stars" the more local tax is due.
If you don't mind travelling a bit to see Rome and you can use the metro then this hotel is a good budget hotel. Myself and my boyfriend stayed here for four nights in February 2016 for his birthday. We got a great offer on groupon so we didn't go mad when had to get two buses to reach the hotel. The receptionist was very friendly and later proved extremely helpful when organising our day trips in and outside of Rome, we merely had to call the reception desk to book and she did the rest. The room nice, clean with a huge balcony/terrace. Nice size bathroom. The walls are very thin though so it was a little noisy. It was very close to other little shops and restaurants, one particularly nice family restaraunt with a real Italian vibe. There was fresh fruit and veggie shops on the same road and trendy bars. The hotel is serviced by both buses and metro, the metro being better for going into the middle if the city. However, I would not recommend getting the metro after dark, it is not a very safe area The breakfast was a lovely little spread, like something your mother would have if she wanted you to eat healthier. There was no facilities for dinner at the hotel and the bar is tiny with little to no seating. A taxi from the hotel was €50 to Campiano airport. As a place to mainly sleep and rest after spending the day exploring this isn't a bad spot.
Honestly one of the worst hotels i javs ever stayed in. Firstly the area is disgusting covered in graffiti and the local winos. Then you walk into the hotel and get a cold vibe from it straight away. The staff are not very helpful and their appearance is not very professional. The lobby is quite dirty and is desperate need of a paint as there is dirtall over the walls. My girlfriend and I had a long journey and had to wait for our room to be cleaned so was told to sit in the lobby but as I say down it made me feel dirty. Then there's the room itself......tiny, dirty and majorly needs a look at by maintenance and a bit if a clean. There was thick dust on the surfaces, the sheets were not very clean and there was broken appliances. Also the bed was 2 singles pushed together which was very uncomfortable as being in a wooden floor they separate. There was one thing that was a pro about the room and that was a no s big balcony but with the view they had to offer it took away the luxury of it. We were meant to stay for 3 nights bit checked out the following morning after our first night stay. Would never stay here again or recommended it to anyone.
We arrived in Rome in March 2017, everything was going fine until we arrived at "The Hotel". The place is a dump. It is by no means a 4 star hotel, it wouldn't even get a hostel status in my honest opinion. Upon entering the room the floors were filthy and covered with hair. The walls were stained and the curtains were filthy with cobwebs and stains.Our Double room consisted of two single beds pushed together which during the night started to separate. There were no doors on the wardrobes and only three hangers for two persons in a double room. No tea or coffee making facilities and none available in the hotel on arrival. No bar in the hotel despite one being advertised, only one roll of toilet paper in the room and no extra blankets or duvets in case we got cold during the night.. There was even mould growing on the window ledge inside the room. one hard plastic chair in the room. All TV channels provided in the room are in either Italian or Spanish.. Not even BBC News 24 which is provided in English in every hotel room in the world. The neighborhood is like a ghetto with drunks falling around the streets even during the day. Industrial size wheelie bins overflowing onto the streets everywhere and the stink of them is repugnant, To say we are disappointed is a massive understatement. the thoughts of returning to this hotel at night was enough to ruin what i was hoping would be a lovely three night break away. One cant help but feel ripped off after paying for this. I implore you not to stay in this hotel as the feedback i am providing to you now is first hand experience of the reality of the situation and not the glossed over images and details provided on the hotels own website. I have complained to Jetlineholidays.com who booked this hotel for us but have not heard back from them.
A bad experience in Rome, Nothing was good, This hotel doesn't look like 4 stars. The staff was unfrendly and very busy. The "free wi-fi" was rubbish. We could barely send emails with our phones. No browsing, Good Breakfast.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Concierge services
- Laundry facilities
Located in Nomentano, Hotel Aniene is within a few miles (5 km) of sights such as Borghese Gallery and Villa Torlonia. This 34-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. It's also close to Bioparco di Roma and Villa Borghese.
For your convenience, breakfast is served for a fee each morning. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
Hotel Aniene's 34 rooms are soundproofed and provide minibars, safes, and phones. LCD TVs come with digital channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also available.
At Hotel Aniene, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 55 per vehicle one way, as well as limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
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59% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 442 reviews