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Hotel Trevi

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It is a nice place, safe. If you have too much luggage it is important to keep in mind that the taxi will leave you 50 meters from the Hotel.

The location is close walking distance to the Trevi Fountain. This is the only good thing I have to say about this hotel. When we first arrived, our room wasn't ready. This was okay since we did arrive before check-in. We walked around Rome for a bit, had lunch, and went back to the hotel. Our room was ready and they brought us up to it. When opening the door, it instantly smelled of something like spray paint. It was horrible. The lady then opened a "window." When we looked, it was an interior window looking out at the pipes and plumbing in the hotel. No exterior window. I guess there is a first for everything. We didn't say anything though. This was our last night of an 8-night trip (4 in Germany and 4 in Italy). If it were our first night of one or many nights, we would have complained. But we just saw as much of Rome as possible, and in the early morning, made our way to the airport. Which reminds me, if you are offered a shuttle to the airport, keep in mind that it is not from the hotel. You will have to find your way to the nearest bus, which is hard to do with lots of luggage. I'm glad we didn't pre-pay for that. Instead, we got a private car service which cost I think 75 euro (instead of about 36 euro for 3 of us), but this picked us up at the hotel.

We stayed at Hotel Trevi and it was perfect. The breakfast room is small but get up early. The food was great. The people are very friendly especially Simona. The hotel is on a very small street very close to Trevi Fountain. It is centrally located in Rome so you can walk to everything. We will stay here again the next time we return to Rome.

Perfect location I was able to literally walk to any tourist destination without a problem. Got the room for 4 person. Awesome would totally recommend this hotel to anyone. Breakfast was adequate good enough. Value wise very2 satisfied.

We signed up to stay at Trevi Rome, but without our knowledge or permission, switched us to another hotel 6 miles outside of Rome, so EVERY trip required a half mile walk to a bus stop, for a 30-50 minute ride and 3 bus fares each way, to get to the attractions, instead of a 15 minute walk. The hotel Roma was great, but there were MUCH cheaper hotels in that neighborhood, so far away.

My terrible rating has nothing to do with the Hotel Trevi, as our reservation was not honored there. For our final night in Rome I specifically picked the hotel for its location - within an easy walk of the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon. I booked and prepaid for the room in full. When we arrived at the hotel to check in (on time), there was a line of guests who were agitated. The hotel was overbooked and we were all being relocated. The staff at the desk seemed like this was a routine occurence, and said it was the fault of Orbitz for overbooking. I had read in previous reviews that some people had been moved to nearby "apartments" which would have been fine with us, however we were moved to another hotel in their "Trevi Group" which was a considerable distance away. We were in a semi-deserted area with no one on the streets and had to wait almost 45 minutes for a bus to get back to the Trevi Fountain area where we were planning on being in the first place. We were travelling with children and didn't feel safe. The hotel they moved us to was lovely - a beautiful room with air conditioning, but ultimately it didn't matter as we were really expecting to be in a certain location. As I heard again and again on our trip, prepaying gets you nowhere in Italy - they've got your money, what do they care about their side of the bargain.

First, we couldn't find the place. It took us about 15 to 30 minutes because the directions were not good and the hotel is actually in an alley up the street from the Trevi Fountain. We would ask some of the shopkeepers or other hotel clerks, and they would just point and say it's up that way. When you have three different roads "up that way" you don't know which road is the right one. We thought the hotel was on the main road. The pictures on [...] do not look like what it actually is.Second, I was okay with being in an annex at first, but then, it was at least two blocks from the hotel, and we had to walk up four flights of stairs, there was no elevator. I have really bad knees and this was not good for me.Otherwise, it was okay. Don't bother watching television if you don't understand Italian though.

Great location!!Would stay there again! The rooms were big!

The best thing about the Trevi hotel is its location, it's a walking distance to the metro, the Trevi Fountain, a beautiful shopping area, lots of restaurants. The second best thing is that our room (a quad)was not located inside the main building of the hotel, therefore it was like a rented apartment, we could bring into the room anything we want, like fruits, desserts...at the same time room service was available whenever we wanted. All in all the hotel is clean, nice, convenient and practical.

The hotel was great, the breakfast was also good. The staff very helpful and spoke good English. Only downside was that we rented a room for 3 adults, and while there was a fold-out couch for the 3rd adult, it was very badly used, with a horrible sag in the middle making it quite uncomfortable for that adult to sleep the three night we were there. Also, while the desk help understood English well, the maid didn't and had trouble with leaving clean towels, 3 glasses, etc.

Hotel Trevi is literally steps from the famed Trevi Fountain! Our room was larger than I thought possible in a European hotel and we even had a separate living room with desk and sofa. Could not have been more comfortable! The location is central to everything in Rome. We walked to The Spanish Steps, The Pantheon, Campo di Fiori, Via Veneto, Trastavere, Piazza Navona and much more, with restaurants and boutiques at every turn. We'll always stay there when in Rome!!

Very good location...pleasant rooftop terrace for tasty breakfast. helpful staf

Vicolo del Babuccio 20-21 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Trevi Fountain and Piazza Venezia
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Concierge services

Located in Rome City Centre, Hotel Trevi is adjacent to Trevi Fountain and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Piazza Venezia. This 69-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a rooftop terrace, and concierge services. It's in central Rome and also a short walk from Vittorio Emanuele Monument and Pantheon.


Dining

Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


Rooms

The 69 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and desks. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and satellite TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

At Hotel Trevi, guests have access to a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and express check-in. Airport transportation is made easy with a shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available on request) for EUR 52 per person. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a porter/bellhop.

Guest reviews for Hotel Trevi

Couples (4) Family (3) Friends (4) Other (1)
3

hotel trevi, roma

GetawayWithFriends

It is a nice place, safe. If you have too much luggage it is important to keep in mind that the taxi will leave you 50 meters from the Hotel.

By on Jun 23, 2014

2

trevi hotel rome

GetawayWithFriends

The location is close walking distance to the Trevi Fountain. This is the only good thing I have to say about this hotel. When we first arrived, our room wasn't ready. This was okay since we did arrive before check-in. We walked around Rome for a bit, had lunch, and went back to the hotel. Our room was ready and they brought us up to it. When opening the door, it instantly smelled of something like spray paint. It was horrible. The lady then opened a "window." When we looked, it was an interior window looking out at the pipes and plumbing in the hotel. No exterior window. I guess there is a first for everything. We didn't say anything though. This was our last night of an 8-night trip (4 in Germany and 4 in Italy). If it were our first night of one or many nights, we would have complained. But we just saw as much of Rome as possible, and in the early morning, made our way to the airport. Which reminds me, if you are offered a shuttle to the airport, keep in mind that it is not from the hotel. You will have to find your way to the nearest bus, which is hard to do with lots of luggage. I'm glad we didn't pre-pay for that. Instead, we got a private car service which cost I think 75 euro (instead of about 36 euro for 3 of us), but this picked us up at the hotel.

By on Oct 10, 2013

5

wonderful 10 days in roma

Couples

We stayed at Hotel Trevi and it was perfect. The breakfast room is small but get up early. The food was great. The people are very friendly especially Simona. The hotel is on a very small street very close to Trevi Fountain. It is centrally located in Rome so you can walk to everything. We will stay here again the next time we return to Rome.

By on Jan 13, 2012

5

perfect location

Families

Perfect location I was able to literally walk to any tourist destination without a problem. Got the room for 4 person. Awesome would totally recommend this hotel to anyone. Breakfast was adequate good enough. Value wise very2 satisfied.

By on Oct 18, 2011

4

hotel changed to outskirts of town

GetawayWithFriends

We signed up to stay at Trevi Rome, but without our knowledge or permission, switched us to another hotel 6 miles outside of Rome, so EVERY trip required a half mile walk to a bus stop, for a 30-50 minute ride and 3 bus fares each way, to get to the attractions, instead of a 15 minute walk. The hotel Roma was great, but there were MUCH cheaper hotels in that neighborhood, so far away.

By on Sep 18, 2011

1

"reservation" means nothing at the hotel trevi

Families

My terrible rating has nothing to do with the Hotel Trevi, as our reservation was not honored there. For our final night in Rome I specifically picked the hotel for its location - within an easy walk of the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon. I booked and prepaid for the room in full. When we arrived at the hotel to check in (on time), there was a line of guests who were agitated. The hotel was overbooked and we were all being relocated. The staff at the desk seemed like this was a routine occurence, and said it was the fault of Orbitz for overbooking. I had read in previous reviews that some people had been moved to nearby "apartments" which would have been fine with us, however we were moved to another hotel in their "Trevi Group" which was a considerable distance away. We were in a semi-deserted area with no one on the streets and had to wait almost 45 minutes for a bus to get back to the Trevi Fountain area where we were planning on being in the first place. We were travelling with children and didn't feel safe. The hotel they moved us to was lovely - a beautiful room with air conditioning, but ultimately it didn't matter as we were really expecting to be in a certain location. As I heard again and again on our trip, prepaying gets you nowhere in Italy - they've got your money, what do they care about their side of the bargain.

By on Aug 30, 2011

2

lost in the city

Couples

First, we couldn't find the place. It took us about 15 to 30 minutes because the directions were not good and the hotel is actually in an alley up the street from the Trevi Fountain. We would ask some of the shopkeepers or other hotel clerks, and they would just point and say it's up that way. When you have three different roads "up that way" you don't know which road is the right one. We thought the hotel was on the main road. The pictures on [...] do not look like what it actually is.Second, I was okay with being in an annex at first, but then, it was at least two blocks from the hotel, and we had to walk up four flights of stairs, there was no elevator. I have really bad knees and this was not good for me.Otherwise, it was okay. Don't bother watching television if you don't understand Italian though.

By on Sep 20, 2010

4

amazing trip

Couples

Great location!!Would stay there again! The rooms were big!

By on Sep 1, 2010

3

very practicle

Families

The best thing about the Trevi hotel is its location, it's a walking distance to the metro, the Trevi Fountain, a beautiful shopping area, lots of restaurants. The second best thing is that our room (a quad)was not located inside the main building of the hotel, therefore it was like a rented apartment, we could bring into the room anything we want, like fruits, desserts...at the same time room service was available whenever we wanted. All in all the hotel is clean, nice, convenient and practical.

By on Sep 1, 2010

4

quiet and right in the heart of rome.

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel was great, the breakfast was also good. The staff very helpful and spoke good English. Only downside was that we rented a room for 3 adults, and while there was a fold-out couch for the 3rd adult, it was very badly used, with a horrible sag in the middle making it quite uncomfortable for that adult to sleep the three night we were there. Also, while the desk help understood English well, the maid didn't and had trouble with leaving clean towels, 3 glasses, etc.

By on Jul 3, 2010