Laterani Suite0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Excellent location with fantastic views but you pay for the central location with the noise from a VERY busy street below you. For some reason the Italians absolutely LOVE their car horns and are certainly not afraid to use them CONSTANTLY, which can be a little annoying at 7am when you are trying to sleep!! The rooms are starting to look just a little tired but are more than adequate for a short city break. The safe didn't work (but the staff gave us a key to use it), the hairdryer didn't work (but the staff gave us a replacement) and the toilet, if you didn't hit the flush button JUST right, kept the flush going continually. As I said, getting a little dated but the staff could not do enough for us and tried to fix any minor problem we raised. Overall I would recomment the Laterani Suite to anyone on a short break to Rome, just for the views / location alone .
I was a bit leery because of some of the comments seen here, but this place was lovely. It's a bit weird when you first get there as it's not a regular hotel. There are private condos in the building. They had an elevator that was a bit scary but worked fine. The room was modern and clean. They were extremely helpful and accommodating. They made arrangements for our transfer to the airport. It is in a great location. You can walk to the Colosseum and to the metro. There are lots of cafe's and restaurants within walking distance. There are some major Rome visitor sites right across the street.
Beautiful place to stay - we have a lovely view from our room. Rooms were spotless and modern. Perfect base to go on buses and metro to explore the city and a nice walk to the coliseum. Only downside is it took us ages to find the hotel and we were standing outside.
Location was ideal! View looked over the San Giovanni square and was magnificent! Only a 5 minute walk from the metro line macroni which was only 2 stops from the central termini. The access to the suite is either 7 flights of stairs or a lift (which is quite small and dodgey looking) but for me just added to the fun like an 18th century elevator. Room was adorable, large ceilings, TV, comfy bed and shower was so warm! Would defo recommend
Very helpful and nice chap welcomed us to one of the suites. This is not a hotel, that's for sure but the rooms are large and very well equipped for a city hotel. The owner basically turned his flat into 2 separate rooms lockable and safe doors and rents them. Very good location. Only 10 min walk to Collesium and 5 min to metro station so there u are Rome is under ur feet. We ate in different part Rome (touristic places) but on our last day we discovered a wonderful proper Italian restaurant just a minute walk from the suite. It is called 'A Buoni Amici' I think and towards Via Merullana (the large street where u have free brekiefast) its proper Italian food, delicious and we paid half of what we paid in Centre of Rome. Must visit
Brilliant location, nice clean modern rooms but definitely not a hotel.... Just studio apartments to rent, amoungst locals....No staff around if needed and breakfast offsite. On arrival ( late in the evening due to flight delays) gentleman waiting on the side of the road for us, took us down a side street and into the back of a large building with no identification of who he was.... Although slightly worrying, after climbing 4 flights of stairs as the lift is something you see in a horror film we arrived in the room... perfect for what we needed. Large wardrobe with lockable safe free of charge, two large windows. Fridge, TV, tea/coffee making facility, and private bathroom. All very modern, clean and well kept. Breakfast vouchers given for a café a block away which was for a croissant and tea/coffee served between 7-11 (even though told it was 24 hours). Location is brilliant - 15 min walk to the colosseum and a 5 min walk to mentro station. Other than that we walked most of the city so bring comfy shoes!! If you have no issues / troubles whist here then there are no problems... When the shower breaks or the tv doesn't work it is very hard to find a staff member. Although staying next door to an office it appears unmanned for most hours of the day. I had to email the "hotel" when I had a problem and although they respond relitively quickly it is slightly inconvenient. It would be helpful to know when someone is going to be in the office (even a hand written sign on the door) or provide a phone and free-phone number as it should not be up to the customer to pay for phone calls regarding problems with the room.
Stayed for a conference. The place is a bit odd and has a hostel-type staffing and a hotel-like room. The signposting from the street is poor. You find the small brass plate by the door and wander into a big building that looks like it might be an office. A doorman-type chap then gets you to wait as someone comes down to find you. My room was in a different building, not marked from the street several floors up via an old lift. The room was actually really nice (other than a dubious smell in the wardrobe)- modern, recently done-up and clean. I didn't see a single staff member after the first day (and I was there for three nights) Overall, it was good value, clean, and tidy, but don't go in thinking it is going to be like a hotel... It's more like an apartment...
If I ran the hot water in the bathroom sink, I could get get a drizzle of hot water in shower. This is the tackiest and smallest hotel that I have ever stayed in. 4 stars is a joke. The people were nice and they tried but too old.
We stayed at Laterani Suites for 3 nights during our last trip to Rome. It are 2 nice rooms in one of Rome's big houses, the interior is very recent and has a very nice tidy bathroom. It is located close to the busstop that brings you to all sight in Rome and the Colosseum is only a couple of 100 meters away. Breakfast is served at a nearby café/restaurant and is a coffee or tea with a croissant.
This is a small hotel, looks like a Hostel, in the top of an old building looking at the beautiful plaza, the attention before , during and after the stay is excellent, the room just recently renovated , large for Rome, very clean, comfortablle, excellent price , good location using bus or sibway......as the suites are inside a building, it doesnt have a big size, just an small plate in the front door, but get inside, the place is worth to stay...they even give you a voucher for a coffe and a corneto close by.
- Close to Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Baths of Caracalla
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Airport shuttle (fees apply)
Located in Esquilino, Laterani Suite is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Baths of Caracalla. Each of the 8 rooms at this bed & breakfast includes a minibar, a coffee maker, and an LED TV. Located centrally in Rome, it's also close to St. Peter's Basilica and Colosseum.
All 8 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and 42-inch LED TVs. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include safes and desks.
Guests staying at Laterani Suite enjoy free WiFi in public areas and express check-out. If you drive, self parking is EUR 20 per night, and there's also an airport shuttle for a fee. Friendly staff can provide luggage storage, and also offer advice about sightseeing.
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90% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 103 reviews