Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir Roma4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Very basic, in a very rough part of Rome, all trash in bushes on little road to hotel. Over flowing bins everywhere, only plus side was pool & shuttle bus. Bus should run through out the day. Not 3 times early morning & night We asked staff to order a taxi for airport, they said 55 Euro when we went outside they hadn't booked us a taxi at all we had to get on shuttle bus with other passengers then they took us to airport & guessing pocketed the money! They say 4 star for city tax but I have stayed in better 2 star, the breakfast was good & plenty of food. If I go back to Rome will be looking for a better hotel believe me it's not as nice as the pictures & wouldn't go out alone in the area on a evening well dodgy
This hotel was great for what my friend & I wanted, cheap, good transport links, clean and friendly, swimming pool and a decent breakfast. We got a really good deal on this hotel so weren't expecting 5* luxury but were pleasantly surprised by what we got for our money. Room was kept spotless with daily housekeeping, fresh towels etc. air con kept us nice and cool and breakfast set us up for our day of sightseeing. The free bus to the metro was a great service and the public bus stops were close by and convenient. The pool was a nice extra after a busy day and I was pleased that pool towels were also provided. Overall great value for money 😀
The hotel itself was not bad, taking away the portion of the restoration which was crappy. Possibly for those with experience know that if they pay fees in the end for being tourists. Who does not have experience, do not know, and the Hotel does not warn. We went to check out and still paid 50 Euros to exit. To make matters worse the rececionist says that they are rates of the intermediary agency by which we made the resever and that was in small letters. Lie. Zone around the Hotel, terrible, so the price per night is not expensive. O hotel em si não era mau, tirando a parte da restauração que foi péssima. Possivelmente para quem tem experiencia sabe que se pagam taxas no final por sermos turistas.Quem não tem experiencia, não sabe, e o Hotel não avisa. Nós vamos tranquilos e ainda pagamos 50 Euros à saida.Para piorar o rececionista diz que são taxas da agencai intermediária pela qual fizemos a resever e que estava em letras pequenas. Mentira. Zona circundante ao Hotel, terrivel, por isso o preço por noite não é caro.
Excellent. It's a big hotel. Ideal for groups, excursions, students as well as for a solo traveler as myself. The room had a balcony with a nice view of the sunset. Spacious, and always clean. Breakfast is very good. Plenty of options. Staff is very helpful and friendly. There's a restaurant if you want to have dinner there. It's ok, but the price not so much. There's a Pizzeria nearby that is wonferful. The hotel recommended it to me the first night I arrived and I'm glad I went there. It's a couple of blocks away. You can eat in an authentic Roman Pizzeria or even take your pizza to go. Best pizza ever! The hotel is sited out of the main city area but there's a metro station you can reach and from there you can go anywhere in town easily. Neighborhood is tranquil, perfect for a good night sleep. I used to have breakfast early and leave to come back to the hotel at around 7pm. I spent all my days getting to know main attractions, visiting museums and enjoying the beautiful city of Rome. I'd stay again.
Hotel staff are polite and helpful. Shuttle was on time most of the time but program was limited and not suitable enough. Room was clean an specious but air conditioner was troublesome. I never recommend it to SB who don't have a car. It was too far away from Rome center and there was a bus station 200 meters away but bus came so late. Once we stayed there about 45 min ( have to go to reach pompeii bus in tibortina station) but we never catch that bus and called a taxi 😩) . Hotel is located in an industrial area😩
The hotel is really far away from the city center. In the morning you can hear birds singing.There are several shuttles in the morning and evening to the nearest metro station. The hotel in clean, staff is friendly, breakfast is acceptable. However there was a problem with water pressure at the seventh floor occasionally.
The hotel is very clean, it has very friendly staff. The hotel itself is not in Rome centre, it takes 15-20 mins in a taxi to the centre of Rome, or the Vatican etc. The taxis charge to get to the hotel, so there is 7 euros on the meter before you even set off. The taxi was costing around 20 euros to the centre of Rome or the Vatican & then another 20 euros to come back. Where the hotel is located, it is not in a tourist place. Whilst the hotel itself is very clean, the streets surrounding are full of garbage bins overflowing etc, there aren't any very nice restaurants near by. There is just a few takeaways- which are cheap and ok food. There is a restaurant in the hotel. The free breakfast is nice. Be aware that at the end of your stay you have to pay a 'city tax charge' which nobody seemed to know about. (The hotel isn't even in the city centre. )It's around 6 euros per person per night. We stayed for 3 nights so it was 36 euros extra, we didn't have a lot of money left at the end of this so we was quite shocked by it. Overall the hotel is nice and clean and I would recommend the hotel, however you do end up paying a lot for taxis to get anywhere that has tourist places.
It was a joke of a 4 star hotel. The fridge and the hair dryer didn't work and there was a problem with the shower head. We said about this at the reception, but nothing changed. The breakfast wasn't especially good. It was hardly 2 star hotel!!
The hotel is located on the outskirts of Rome, the metro is not far 2 km away. It will take you about 10 min to get to the metro, also you can take a buss to get there. From there you can easy get to the center by buss or by Metro. I preferred the Metro.The hotel was very clean, rooms were with balconies, breakfast was good. Near the hotel there is a good pizzeria: Lab-oratorio 3 - tasty and inexpensive. Only thing that i didn't like was a poor WiFi.
Internet was bad. swimming pool wasn't available. very far from roma termini. theydo provide bus shuttle only in th morning between 7-10am and evening 7-10pm. Hotel location on the uphill. The view was not great from our room.
- Free full breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Tiburtina EST, Quality Hotel Rouge et Noir Roma is within a few miles (5 km) of sights such as Piazza Bologna and Villa Torlonia. 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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 967 reviews