Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir Roma4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I took a group of young people from Malta for a Newsboys concert at a Penecostal church some twelve minutes away from the hotel. We were only seven and they wanted a pool so we booked two rooms at this hotel, one for three boys and one for four girls for three nights. There were a few problems, in that we had two double beds in our rooms, but I separated ours and the girls seemed to not be bothered by the double bed. We paid for half board and I ma used to buffet meals in half board hotels, especially a 4 star one, however this one offered only a small set menu of a pasta, main course and simple dessert. There was no choice and everybody had to eat what the kitchen offered, which was fine for me who like almost anything, and also the other boys. However the girls, being more fussy, left at least one of their plates untouched every evening, though the food was varied every dinner. Breakfasts were fine with the delicious Italian croissants. Unfortunately the hotel had to prepare a packed breakfast on our last day as we had to leave very early but it was quite meager. No coffee was available at 5am and sadly most of the juices and crackers given were thrown away at the security check at the airport as they were not eaten by the youth. The pool was clean as the rest of the hotel. All amenities in the hotel were in good working or order. Drinks were a bit expensive and the 6euro per person per night tax is way too high! I found a bit late that the tap water was good to drink. The clothes cupboard was a bit small for three or four persons in a room. Our room of three seemed more like a room of two with a small sofabed. The balconies with a view were nice. Unfortunately three of the girls stayed in the hotel one morning while we went touring around Rome. They wanted to use the pool but were asked for their room ticket and documents. Since they could not communicate well in Italian they ended up staying in their rooms because they could not go in the pool until we returned to the hotel later in the afternoon! Thought the restaurant opens at 7pm the management couteously offered us to serve us at 6pm or to give us lunch instead of dinner on the evening when we had the concert. Breakfast chairs were uncomfortable. That scores some points for the hotel. I think this hotel might be more suitable for conferences. There was no entertainment in the hotel. I apologise the our youth (the girls were a bit noisy at night they were excited to sleep together). I am surprised that nobody complained!
The most disgusting hotel ever I recommend not to reserve there . Every thing is old and falling down as soon as you touch it. The food is terrible and nothing is working. I am so confused why this hotel has 4 stars ! Don’t make our mistake.
During our trip through Italy we were scheduled to stay in Rome the most days (4) because there was so many things we wanted to see that 3 days didnt seem like enough to see it all. We had a reservation for the San Marco hotel because it was down town. Upon arrival they told us there was a problem, being their electric on one whole floor was out and thely had a whole other floor filled with 13 year olds on vacation, so they packed us into a taxi to the Rouge Et Noir! The concierge that hurried us to the taxi told us it was only 5 minutes away. As I looked out the taxi window I watches the city block by block disappear until we finally arrived in the middle of exactly nowhere. About 25 minutes away. We were told that it was a switch that would benefit us because the San Marco was a 3 star and the Rouge et Noir was a 4 star hotel. In what world this hotel is a 4 star I do not know. I assure you in the world I live in it's not. As we walked in the hotel From the lobby it didnt seem horrible. There was a small empty cafésque seating area we were told would not open for dinner for some time. We were starving by this point. Since we had to wait until 3pm to check into our room I walked outside to check out their pool. It was a hot day and I wanted to take a swim after we ate. What I saw horrified me, and definitely end my interests in swimming or eating. The pool was green from I am guessing the winter without cleaning. The pool deck was a disaster area with dirt from potted plants and filth. There appeared to be undetermined piles of either rotting fruit or animal feces off to one side. We decided to try and walk down the street to find some place to eat. There was a large hill to walk down to get to the entrance of the hotel that I wasnt looking forward to going back up. The half non existence and completely dangerous sidewalks didnt take us very far. One place we managed to make it to was closed until 8pm. The second place we found I assume was closed had a table of people sitting outside that just looked at us and after a few long moments we awkwardly backed away without ever speaking a word. We went back to the hotel and luckily the café had some frozen pizza they heated up for us so we could make it to dinner. We went up to the room and belief that they were not a 4 star hotel was reinforced as the elevator made strange noises and felt like it was going to fall ( I have no fear of elevators normally). A woman and her daughter had terror in their eyes like we did when we finally got to our floor. The walls had patched marks on them where cracks were fixed but never painted over. The color of the old carpet and walls were drab and dirty and the wallpaper was pealing in many places. When we got into our room my underwhelmed feelings didnt go away as we looked at the dingy room with a large dirty looking old couch. My mother put her own large shaw down on the bed before she would lay there. It seemed like everything I touched in the room seemed to fall apart. The refrigerator never worked. Luckily it was the first hotel we had been in on our trip where the air conditioner did work. I will give them that. Oh and while we were in the lobby just after I discovered their "pool" we witnessed what I assumed was the lobby desk worker being fired as he yelled obscenities in Italian at the other lobby workers and stormed out the door. He squealed his tires as he left. The Internet never worked right while we were there. The breakfast was ok. Nothing including the coffee was particularly good but edible. Needless to say we checked out the next morning having wasted two of our vacation days stuck in the middle of nowhere hotel. I do not recommend staying there unless you need to be on the outskirts of town and nowhere else to go and have your own car or rental as there is hardly anyway to get around or leave the hotel at most hours of the day.
A decent hotel with spacious room including a balcony with a beautiful view. Neat and clean with a pool . Decent BF with cut fruits scrambled egg croissants and a milk plus cappuccino vending machine. Sufficient for a vegetarian. Wish it had a kettle in the room
The quay in which the hotel is located is very unsafe. They bumped us in a bus on the parking lot although it writes that parking is guarded. The day after the break in our bus, a Mercedes brand car was stolen. The hotel is very far from the metro. The rooms are decent, breakfast is somewhat poorer with a same ham every day and really old bread. And for the end, my advice, unplug the tv, othervise it will wake you up in the middle of the night with hotel commercial.
Please do not enter into the this hotel. Otherwise your dream at Rome can be your nightmare at Rome... service :0 breakfast:0 cleaning:0 reception:0 food and drinks :0 location:0 hospitality :0 if I miss something , those are :0
Date: 23.04.2018 Beds are not comfortable, dirty and old bathroom. No sandals, dirty towels, broken shower head and lots of dissappointed. I couldn’t understand how they get 4 stars. Far from metro station and city centre. Photos and reality do not match. They served expired product in breakfast. not suggest anyone
I stayed many many hotels all over the world.but this hotel is the worst for sure Some hotel was the dirty but stuff was good. Some hotel had bad stuff but had good breakfast,etc But in this hotel everythink is terrible.. Non working toilet, old furnitured, not clean,conceited stuff,etc.... If ı will come to rome again and cant any hotel, i will stay in the car instead of this hotel
Our main concern about this hotel is the location. Its a 15-30minutes taxi ride from the main city depending on the traffic. Though there is a train station in the vicinity of the hotel it is not within walking distance. The hotel is providing free shuttle to the station at certain intervals however if you miss it it’s quite difficult to get a taxi from the station to the hotel.The bed and mattresses are quite worn out as well. Service and breakfast is good though.
Me and my partner stayed here during a trip to Rome for my 20th birthday. We paid 330£ for flights and hotel from Manchester airport. The hotel is basic but it’s good value for money, the staff were polite and helpful, and the rooms were spacious and clean. The food wasn’t great but when Rome you’re never far from a good meal. The downfall to this hotel is how far from central Rome, but with the underground a short bus ride away it wasn’t a huge issue. The hotel does provide transport too and from the closest underground station a few times in the morning and evening which is great. I would definitely recommend the underground as we could travel freely for 7€ for 24 hours. When we visit Rome again in the distant future, we would consider staying at this hotel providing the price is right😊
- Free full breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Tiburtina within 2 miles (3 km) of Santa Costanza, Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir Roma is within a few miles (5 km) of Piazza Bologna. This 207-room, 4-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Borghese Gallery and Bioparco di Roma are also nearby.
Start your day off right with a free full breakfast. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
All of Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir Roma's 207 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including balconies, sofa beds, and refrigerators. Guests can expect 32-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and bidets. Other standard amenities include ceiling fans, safes, and desks.
Guests of Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir Roma enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and 6 meeting rooms. There's free parking and a free area shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Additional amenities include conference space, a business center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.
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29.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1083 reviews