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Hotel Villa Rosa

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The overall experience it is value, the hotel staff well versed, knowledgeable, they were very friendly, very helpfull and very accommodating....Multi lingual and could not provite better service.......WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE JAJAJAJAJAJAJ BEST WATER FOUNTAIN IN TOWN OUTSIDE THE FRONT DOOR !!!!!! ahahahahah Thanks to all of you and we will be there soon ..... LOVE ITALYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY CJ AND RAQUEL...

We were pleased with excellent care from friendly, professional staff .

We really enjoyed extra attention of the staff, who were courteous and went far to help us have an easy and comfortable stay.

It can easily be reached from the Fiumicino airport, because one of its trains arrives & departs at the Trastevere railway station (platforms 24 & 25); the hotel is located at a very reasonable walking distance from the station; there are 45 steps from Via Gianicolense to reach the hotel. The hotel staff is very cooperative. Rooms are clean and properly equipped with air-conditioning, a television set & bathroom with shower. An asset can be the evening dinner prepared, at very good prices for Rome catering standards, by the new excellent chef Vincenzo (genuine Italian cuisine). There might be problems with water & electricity supplies, due to works in the nearby Trastevere area. It can be recommended.

The hotel was close to the transportation, however it was complicated to figure out where to go on the transportation. It did not look like the nice part of town. the hotel staff was very nice and helpful for the most part.

The place was pretty much what I expected. The lady working the desk was very friendly when I checked in, but when I came back to the hotel at about 1AM the guy at the desk was VERY rude. My girlfriend had decided to stay at my hotel with me instead of her apartment because the hotel was air conditioned. When i asked to upgrade from a single to a double, the guy made me pay for a completely new room. So I ended up with two rooms. Since there might have been a whole four other guest at the hotel, this hotel was not full and people werent fighting for rooms. They couldhv easily let me move my stuff from one room the the next, but instead I was charged full price for both rooms. Whatever, I was only there one night. The lady was nice, breakfast was pretty good too... their just lucky they have AC. Also there was a cigarette but in the bathroom of my non-smoking room, thats gross and I'm a smoker....

1ST: NO INTERNET....The high speed internet is a block away at a internet cafe 2ND: NO IRON or IRONING BOARD for "Security Reasons" 3RD: NOT ALLOWED GUEST for "Security Reasons" I also asked them to provide me with my flight information and they said for "Security Reasons" they are unable to look that information up. The hotel is not in the GPS so it's very difficult to find. The beds broke me out in hives and the hotel is air conditioned ONLY in the place where staff is located. The rest of the hotel has central fans. The hotel was the WORST part of my stay and the WORST hotel I have stayed in since I have been in Europe (2 years).

very clean and close to all forms of transportation the staff was always available and very helpful with assisting with directons to restaurants, sites, travel, and etc. breakfast was extensive and plentiful

Basic Room. Nice bathroom (shower stall) & breakfast buffet. Close to #8 tram, bus & train lines

This hotel was quite decent for the price. Usual small rooms and noisy due to fact ours was overlooking the main street. In process of renovation. The train from the airport to Trasterve station is quick and 5.5 euro one way as of 7 Feb 10. The train station is very close to the hotel up a street. Helpful hint: Exiting the train station head strait out across the street tram tracks and up the tram street to the left until you get to a set of lengthy stairs up and to the right, the hotel is at the top. Access to the tram and train is well within 200 yards. Buy tickets either at the train station or newstand on corner and get anywhere you need to see. Vatican is short train ride with signs from the St Pietro Stn. The #8 Tram to Argentina stop takes you very close to the Pantheon then from there walking distance to Trevi fountain, forum, colosseum. Buy your return train ticket to the airport the day before if you are leaving early as the ticket window may not be open.

Our first night was very noisy room because of college tour group "gone wild". They moved us on second night to quieter room. Rooms were clean but nothing special. Very good complimentary breakfast. Have been in better, but for Rome at the price was OK.

The staff was great and very helpful. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. If you had questions about how to get to something the staff was very helpful with directions and the hotel was in a great central location for getting around Rome and to great restaurants.

Very friendly and accomodating. Location very good, right by the train station.

Via Giovanni Prati 1 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Rooftop terrace
  • 24-hour business center

Located in Gianicolo, Hotel Villa Rosa is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls and Circus Maximus. This 53-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a rooftop terrace. Located in central Quartiere XXXII Europa, the hotel is also near St. Peter's Basilica and Campo de' Fiori.


Dining

You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All of Hotel Villa Rosa's 53 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including balconies, safes, and phones. 21-inch TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Rooms also include desks.


Property features

Guests of Hotel Villa Rosa enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space. If you drive, self parking is EUR 25 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 45 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this adults-only hotel include a 24-hour business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and a computer station.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Double Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Family Room

Twin 4 | Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Hotel Villa Rosa

Couples (6) Family (6) Other (1)
4

cj and raquel!!!!

Couples

The overall experience it is value, the hotel staff well versed, knowledgeable, they were very friendly, very helpfull and very accommodating....Multi lingual and could not provite better service.......WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE JAJAJAJAJAJAJ BEST WATER FOUNTAIN IN TOWN OUTSIDE THE FRONT DOOR !!!!!! ahahahahah Thanks to all of you and we will be there soon ..... LOVE ITALYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY CJ AND RAQUEL...

By on Dec 29, 2014

3

friendly staff

Families

We were pleased with excellent care from friendly, professional staff .

By on Aug 17, 2014

3

helpful staff

Families

We really enjoyed extra attention of the staff, who were courteous and went far to help us have an easy and comfortable stay.

By on Aug 17, 2014

4

pleasant

Families

It can easily be reached from the Fiumicino airport, because one of its trains arrives & departs at the Trastevere railway station (platforms 24 & 25); the hotel is located at a very reasonable walking distance from the station; there are 45 steps from Via Gianicolense to reach the hotel. The hotel staff is very cooperative. Rooms are clean and properly equipped with air-conditioning, a television set & bathroom with shower. An asset can be the evening dinner prepared, at very good prices for Rome catering standards, by the new excellent chef Vincenzo (genuine Italian cuisine). There might be problems with water & electricity supplies, due to works in the nearby Trastevere area. It can be recommended.

By on Jul 14, 2013

3

family trip

Families

The hotel was close to the transportation, however it was complicated to figure out where to go on the transportation. It did not look like the nice part of town. the hotel staff was very nice and helpful for the most part.

By on Aug 18, 2010

2

small rooms, rude staff, a little pricey

Couples

The place was pretty much what I expected. The lady working the desk was very friendly when I checked in, but when I came back to the hotel at about 1AM the guy at the desk was VERY rude. My girlfriend had decided to stay at my hotel with me instead of her apartment because the hotel was air conditioned. When i asked to upgrade from a single to a double, the guy made me pay for a completely new room. So I ended up with two rooms. Since there might have been a whole four other guest at the hotel, this hotel was not full and people werent fighting for rooms. They couldhv easily let me move my stuff from one room the the next, but instead I was charged full price for both rooms. Whatever, I was only there one night. The lady was nice, breakfast was pretty good too... their just lucky they have AC. Also there was a cigarette but in the bathroom of my non-smoking room, thats gross and I'm a smoker....

By on Jul 8, 2010

1

do not stay here!!!!!!!!

Singles

1ST: NO INTERNET....The high speed internet is a block away at a internet cafe 2ND: NO IRON or IRONING BOARD for "Security Reasons" 3RD: NOT ALLOWED GUEST for "Security Reasons" I also asked them to provide me with my flight information and they said for "Security Reasons" they are unable to look that information up. The hotel is not in the GPS so it's very difficult to find. The beds broke me out in hives and the hotel is air conditioned ONLY in the place where staff is located. The rest of the hotel has central fans. The hotel was the WORST part of my stay and the WORST hotel I have stayed in since I have been in Europe (2 years).

By on Jul 5, 2010

4

great location & super staff

Families

very clean and close to all forms of transportation the staff was always available and very helpful with assisting with directons to restaurants, sites, travel, and etc. breakfast was extensive and plentiful

By on Mar 14, 2010

3

weekend in roma february, 2010

Couples

Basic Room. Nice bathroom (shower stall) & breakfast buffet. Close to #8 tram, bus & train lines

By on Feb 15, 2010

4

good for the price and trans access

Couples

This hotel was quite decent for the price. Usual small rooms and noisy due to fact ours was overlooking the main street. In process of renovation. The train from the airport to Trasterve station is quick and 5.5 euro one way as of 7 Feb 10. The train station is very close to the hotel up a street. Helpful hint: Exiting the train station head strait out across the street tram tracks and up the tram street to the left until you get to a set of lengthy stairs up and to the right, the hotel is at the top. Access to the tram and train is well within 200 yards. Buy tickets either at the train station or newstand on corner and get anywhere you need to see. Vatican is short train ride with signs from the St Pietro Stn. The #8 Tram to Argentina stop takes you very close to the Pantheon then from there walking distance to Trevi fountain, forum, colosseum. Buy your return train ticket to the airport the day before if you are leaving early as the ticket window may not be open.

By on Feb 7, 2010