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Royal Court Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It is a small 24-room hotel in the street that directly leads you to the central railway station called Roma Termini and Metro. The distance is about 500 meters/yards. It is also close to the Sapienza University: 1 km. There are a lot of students around. It has no iron and coffeemaker in the room. However, has a bar/small refrigerator. They provide a kettle and cups upon request. The hotel has a little restaurant. Do not expect a large hall or reception area. You will be placed in the little garden if the little waiting room is full. You may think that the receptionist is free and ready to talk to you. However, there may be a line in that garden, and receptionist can refuse to talk to you and say to wait. It looks odd, but it is the way to conduct business. Staff speaks English and helpful to show you the key sightseeing of Rome on the map. The area is very safe. Shops and restaurants work until midnight and more. Hotel's street sign is Royal Court Hotel. However, it is not illuminated well because of burned out bulbs I guess. It is hard to find the hotel easily in the night time because of that. To make guests proud of they hotel, the Hotel administration has to fix this.

It is a little old but functional, small near places like train stations and tourist buses clean hotel.

We would stay again -- preferably longer. Near Termini train station. Handy to mass transit and many sights. Numerous restaurants nearby as well as a grocery store.

We stayed at the Royal Court on our second pass through Rome. The location close to Termini (5 minutes) made it ideal for getting to and from the train. The hotel is a bit dark and the classic decor feels somewhat dated, but the entire place was clean, quiet and comfortable. What really made our stay was the staff. Dimitri at the front desk was fantastic and everyone was courteous, helpful and attentive. We truly felt welcome. The room was spacious enough for two and, while dim, it was restful. The neighborhood is a little rough around the edges, but there are plenty of great places to eat and it was quiet at night, despite being so close to the train station. We loved our stay there and would definitely stay again.

Very close to Termini, which can save a lot of time and energy, since this means the Metro is also close by. Also close to the Piazza della Repubblica, which contains the best bookstalls, if you're into that!

For Europe this is an American style hotel close to the train station. Large rooms and staff speaks good English. But make sure you have a copy of the orbitiz reservation when you check in. When we booked Orbitiz said breakfast buffet was included, but after we sat down and began to eat they told us it was not, because of the way we reserved the hotel. The cost was12 euros(approx $15) a person! Which is to much for a continental breakfast. We had to pay because I did not have a copy of our reservation. Needless to say I was very disappointed. But overall it was a good hotel and I would stay there again.

This is a decent hotel, about 4 blocks from the Roma Termini train station. We had a 4-person room, and it was configured with 4 single beds side-by-side. The room was clean and everything was in good working order. It was a good value, but nothing stands out to rate it 4 stars.

Very small lobby- large size room for a family- bathroom needed upgrade.

Great location with great staff. Would book here again.

When we arrived after a long day of traveling, we were told that we would have to spend one night at another hotel then we could come back. This is exhausting after all that traveling. The other hotel was in a bad part of town and had no internet. When we got back we were told that we would get breakfast to make up for this, but never did. I would never stay here again!

Via Marghera 51 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Teatro dell'Opera di Roma
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge
  • Rooftop terrace

Teatro dell'Opera di Roma is a short stroll from Royal Court Hotel, and other popular attractions like Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore are within a mile (2 km). This 4-star hotel has 24 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. Located in central Rome, the hotel is also near St. Peter's Basilica and Borghese Gallery.


Dining

For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge, and chat with other guests at the free manager's reception.


Rooms

All 24 soundproofed rooms feature minibars, free newspapers, and safes. LCD TVs come with digital channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also included.


Property features

At Royal Court Hotel, guests have access to a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and express check-in. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle for a fee (available on request), as well as limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include free newspapers, laundry facilities, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Standard Double Room Single Use

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Triple Room

Full 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 4

Standard Quadruple Room

Full 1 | Twin 4 | Sleeps 5

Deluxe Quadruple Room

Full 1 | Twin 4 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Royal Court Hotel

Everyone (1) Couples (2) Family (5) Other (1) Friends (1)
4

a nice hotel. close to transportation

Everyone

It is a small 24-room hotel in the street that directly leads you to the central railway station called Roma Termini and Metro. The distance is about 500 meters/yards. It is also close to the Sapienza University: 1 km. There are a lot of students around. It has no iron and coffeemaker in the room. However, has a bar/small refrigerator. They provide a kettle and cups upon request. The hotel has a little restaurant. Do not expect a large hall or reception area. You will be placed in the little garden if the little waiting room is full. You may think that the receptionist is free and ready to talk to you. However, there may be a line in that garden, and receptionist can refuse to talk to you and say to wait. It looks odd, but it is the way to conduct business. Staff speaks English and helpful to show you the key sightseeing of Rome on the map. The area is very safe. Shops and restaurants work until midnight and more. Hotel's street sign is Royal Court Hotel. However, it is not illuminated well because of burned out bulbs I guess. It is hard to find the hotel easily in the night time because of that. To make guests proud of they hotel, the Hotel administration has to fix this.

By , from USA on Sep 18, 2017

4

near the train station

Families

It is a little old but functional, small near places like train stations and tourist buses clean hotel.

By on May 12, 2015

5

very convenient location. quiet.

Families

We would stay again -- preferably longer. Near Termini train station. Handy to mass transit and many sights. Numerous restaurants nearby as well as a grocery store.

By on Oct 10, 2014

4

cozy, classic, comfortable

Couples

We stayed at the Royal Court on our second pass through Rome. The location close to Termini (5 minutes) made it ideal for getting to and from the train. The hotel is a bit dark and the classic decor feels somewhat dated, but the entire place was clean, quiet and comfortable. What really made our stay was the staff. Dimitri at the front desk was fantastic and everyone was courteous, helpful and attentive. We truly felt welcome. The room was spacious enough for two and, while dim, it was restful. The neighborhood is a little rough around the edges, but there are plenty of great places to eat and it was quiet at night, despite being so close to the train station. We loved our stay there and would definitely stay again.

By on Jul 20, 2014

5

ideal location for a perfect few days

LGBT

Very close to Termini, which can save a lot of time and energy, since this means the Metro is also close by. Also close to the Piazza della Repubblica, which contains the best bookstalls, if you're into that!

By on Jun 30, 2014

3

american style hotel

Couples

For Europe this is an American style hotel close to the train station. Large rooms and staff speaks good English. But make sure you have a copy of the orbitiz reservation when you check in. When we booked Orbitiz said breakfast buffet was included, but after we sat down and began to eat they told us it was not, because of the way we reserved the hotel. The cost was12 euros(approx $15) a person! Which is to much for a continental breakfast. We had to pay because I did not have a copy of our reservation. Needless to say I was very disappointed. But overall it was a good hotel and I would stay there again.

By on Mar 27, 2014

3

decent, but nothing special

Families

This is a decent hotel, about 4 blocks from the Roma Termini train station. We had a 4-person room, and it was configured with 4 single beds side-by-side. The room was clean and everything was in good working order. It was a good value, but nothing stands out to rate it 4 stars.

By on May 30, 2013

4

close to train station

Families

Very small lobby- large size room for a family- bathroom needed upgrade.

By on Sep 5, 2012

5

short stay in rome

GetawayWithFriends

Great location with great staff. Would book here again.

By on Jul 9, 2012

2

mostly disappointing!

Families

When we arrived after a long day of traveling, we were told that we would have to spend one night at another hotel then we could come back. This is exhausting after all that traveling. The other hotel was in a bad part of town and had no internet. When we got back we were told that we would get breakfast to make up for this, but never did. I would never stay here again!

By on Dec 31, 2010