Romoli Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Our family of four stayed in this hotel for two nights. The hotel is well licated in a quiet part of Rome '60 Euro by taxi' away from the airport. It's not far from the Colloseum (15 Euro by taxi) and overlooks a green patch. The issue with the rooms is that the bathroom is TINY. The bathing area is so small that a a 6 ft guy would find it impossible to bathe without hitting the enclosure. The bfast spread is not a spread at all and a joke of a bfast. But the bread is excellently baked. The lobby persons are not very helpful. For my early checkout i had asked for bread and coffee as bfast starts later. We were given exactly four croissants for four of us. And same cups of coffee. Nothing extra... In the same vein nothing is extra in the hotel including the lift. The lift is so tiny that more than 3 people at one time would have to be packed in it. :) Overall a budget hotel where one can stay just for the location.
We stayed in this hotel for a couple of nights in July 2017. Transport Links: there is an easy bus 1-2 minutes from the hotel that gets you into the centre of Rome in about 15 minutes. Its 1.5-euros each way. There is also a metro station 8-10 mins walk from the hotel which gets you into to most places in 10 minutes. Rooms: The rooms are decent, good AC, the hairdryer in the bathroom is slow so if you have a thick hair then consider bringing your own. DO NOT USE the blanket that is on the bed, and sleep with the bed sheets only. On check out the guy at reception said that whilst we were out the day before, they had to go into our room for a ‘boiler/pipe issue’. This was surprising to us as there were no issued and we were absolutely shocked that they would go into the room when we had told them that it does not need cleaning or anything. He said when going into our room, he found the blanket on the floor and said that they will need 30euros from us to have this dry cleaned because of this. I was shocked, not only that they went into our room, but also that he would try and charge us for washing this blanket.. I thought things get washed every time guests change! When I said this to him, he said no, “it is not possible to wash every time” and that they get washes “once every 7 days”. I don’t know about most people, but I wouldn’t want to sleep with a cover that a random stranger has been sleeping with a night ago. Luckily, I did not use the cover during my stay and slept with the sheets only. Overall the hotel is a good choice if you are looking to just be out and about in the city. But there isn’t much you can do at the hotel. There isn’t a bar, just a smoking area outside. All staff were nice, except for the managers it seems.. Wifi was good throughout the hotel.
We stayed for two nights in March whilst on a tour of Italy so after a busy day sightseeing this was a nice enough hotel and beds were comfortable and it was clean. The hotel is in a mainly residential area but the bus stop into rome is only along the street with the metro to the termini about twenty minutes walk away. The breakfast was buffet style and served on the roof terrace with views over to the park. The staff were friendly and helpful.
Went with Newmarket travel, first three nights in Rome. We were lucky to be given a room with a balcony overlooking the park opposite. Most of our group had no balcony and the outside area is very small and not very inspiring, a few tables and chairs under a sunshade, frequented mostly by smokers. The room had two beds only about two feet six in width but they were comfortable enough. The shower was very powerful, a real treat. There was a fridge too but when leaving the room this went off along with the electricity. No tea making facility but plenty of electrical sockets so take a travel kettle. Breakfast was buffet style and plentiful but no fresh fruit and nothing hot apart from toast. There are a few restaurants and a small Carrefour supermarket nearby. The staff are very helpful and the hotel is clean but the surrounding area is a bit run down with litter and foul smelling refuse bins in the streets. City tax in Rome is four euros per person per night payable to the hotel. For this I think they should clear the rubbish more frequently. If I'd been travelling independently I wouldn't have chosen this hotel as it's quite a way from the centre but as we had guided trips from the hotel it was a comfortable base.
Helpful staff. Quiet area, suitable for those who don't want to be right in the centre. Good bus links into town, or metro to termini. Well priced rooms and food. Rooms are clean and good size. English speaking
Me and my boyfriend stayed here in March for 3 days and were very happy with this hotel. The staff are lovely, so friendly and super helpful. The free buffet breakfast is amazing! good wifi signal, only about 5-10 mins walk from station which is only a few stops to the center of Rome, the hotel also backs onto a lovely park. 24 hour reception was super helpful, we enjoyed our stay :)
This was just outside the Roman Walls however 15 minutes walking distance to the Subway station so you could be in the centre of Rome within 30minutes. Had a fridge & a safe, a bar & restaurant. Staff are friendly & was nice & quiet. Rooms a bit dated but fine as we were out most of the day.
Beautiful hotel and very lovely staff very helpful in giving directions and how to get places Rooms nice and clean iron facility available air con works well Lovely safe area to be and close to all amenities shops and Metro and best coffee cafe Wiki Wiki must go and spk with Gabriele
Hotel all in all was pleasant the staff especially the young lady receptionist was very helpful and very polite, rooms were very tidy and the décor was alright along with the area being quite nice and residential - as other reviewers have stated it was nice being away from the crowds of the centre. One drawback is that the Metro stops at 11.30pm so if you was to go out to bars and restaurants you would need to be back early and would need to restrict yourselves. Next time I would book a hotel closer to the centre so that we could have more choice for food and things to do. The nearby surroundings as it is based in a residential area there isn't much choice in terms of food and drink. Wi fi is great, biggest positive of this hotel!!!!
This hotel from the moment we checked in was amazing! My father is in a wheelchair and they helped accommodate him with a ground floor room. The outside area was enjoyed by us every night eating take away from local restaurants! We will be back!!!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Appio Latino within 2 miles (3 km) of Baths of Caracalla, Romoli Hotel is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Circus Maximus. Each of the 42 rooms at this 3-star hotel includes a refrigerator, a minibar, and an LCD TV. Colosseum and Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore are also nearby.
For your convenience, a continental breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All of Romoli Hotel's 42 soundproofed rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with digital channels. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries.
Guests of Romoli Hotel enjoy free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. If you drive, self parking is EUR 15.00 per day, or you can take advantage of the shuttle from the hotel to the airport (available 24 hours) for EUR 55 per vehicle. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a garden and a TV in a common area.
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74% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 337 reviews