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Soggiorno Comfort

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Soggiorno Comfort is the perfect hostel, it is near to every important place in Rome (Trevi, Coliseum, Piazza Spagna...) for a really good price. The breakfast is included and they bring it to your room. Our room was comfortable, plenty of space for a couple and with its own bathroom. The owner was really nice and helpful, always trying to make our stance wonderful, grazie mille Francesco!

Firstly this place is well positioned for walking to most of the favourite spots, with the Colosseum and other hotspots less than 15mins away. We were greeted with a very helpful chap who spoke English and settled us in, taking our breakfast order. We met another chap who brought the breakfast who may not have spoken English. I wouldn’t know, not very chatty before coffee. The croissants/cornetti were very tasty and the cappuccino hit the spot. The room was spotlessly clean, everything worked. Perfect. Italian art adorns every wall, adding to the feel. I have no reservations to book this place again when next in Rome

The lovely Italian man that runs this establishment was an absolute life saver recently when the accommodation I booked next door failed to answer the door or phone and we would have been left stranded! he saw our predicament and offered us a room for 2 nights which was so good of him. I could not thank him enough. the rooms were good, shower great and cleaned daily perfect for what we wanted.

Stayed at Soggiorno Comfort for three nights for a family trip. Was disappointed in the hotel and would not stay here again. The rooms were overall quite dated and very basic - beds all appeared to be cots. Showers were very old, rusted, and couldn't run for more than a few minutes at a time due to the drain to not working. I had reserved a triple room however upon check in was told that they triple room was not available until the 2nd night of our stay. We were put in a very small room that did not properly accommodate 3 people and we had no room for our luggage. We were moved the next night to a properly sized room. Hotel was unable to provide any regular hotel workers were able to speak English. Used google translate to communicate. Hotel advertised that they could arrange car service to airport however when tried to arrange, was told this service was no longer available. Overall we were disappointed with the quality and service of the hotel. Would not recommend staying here and would not stay here again in the future.

I stayed here for a week and my experience was very good. My room was very comfortable and clean, I remark having good water pressure at the shower and decent wifi connectivity. The location couldn't be any better, very close to Termini Station and at a walking distance from the main interest' spots in Rome. During my stay, it was attended by it's owner himself, and he was very friendly. The breakfast was served everyday at the time you chose at check in, with a very good variety of teas, milk, coffee, breads, etc.

The hotel is really close to Termini Terminal and many landmarks in Rome. You can walk to the Coliseum, Spanish Steps and other places easily. Breakfast was basic. IT was served in the room. Sometimes the coffee was served cold. Management speak little English. They are not always around to ask them question or to ask for something you need. I needed an iron and I even sent them an email in Italian and it was basically ignored. The room is clean and spacious. We visited Roma in August and it was really hot. The air conditioned in the room worked well, but the mini-fridge in the room did not keep the drinks or water bottles cold. They hotel has an elevator which is handy because the hotel is not located in the second floor as they said. Overall, this hotel serves its purpose. Price was right so we were happy with our choice.

i made a reservation through the phone and thought it was ok as they told me.and the day before i come i called to confirm and they told me i didn't have a reservation!! the man who was in charge actually laughed at the one man spoke only italian and i had to wait for another person to speak english and only in the evening

If you are looking for a centralised location, clean room and nothing else, this is the place for you. But you are expecting WiFI in the room, non-Italian TV channels, decent breakfast, and clean air in the lobby, you have better keep searching... I have been travelling through Central Asia, a third country, where they didn't have strong WiFi in the hotel room. But here in Italy, I would expect nothing less. I have also stayed in other Italian hotels, both city and country, they generally provide WiFi access in the rooms. The TV only have Italian channels. I will expect a hotel caters for tourists to have TV channels with other languages. I had English, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese TV channels in Central Asian cities and I would expect a Roman hotel will be able to provide it as part of the service. It is better off if they don't provide any breakfast at all. We had weak cappuccino and supermarket croissants. The least I expect in Rome is a decent coffee and a fresh pastry, which we found in the cafe downstairs. There is a big No Smoking sign in the reception area but it is full of cigarette stench. If the staff insists on smoking, maybe the hotel should provide a good exhaust so the offensive smell won't linger. All in all, this is just an average hotel with a great location and clean rooms.

On January 13, 2014, I made and confirmed a reservation for three nights for my husband and me to stay in this hotel for September 17, 18 and 19. Thish also included airport pick-up. After waiting at the airport for an hour we finally took a cab to the hotel. After lugging our suitcases up four flights of stairs we learned that even though we had sent all of the required information the receptionist, Romolo, had lost our reservation and would take no accountability for it. I would warn anyone staying here to ensure their reservation is confirmed. We had to stay in three different hotels which not only cost us time but money for cab fair. Also a warning that Romolo has a sign on the desk stating that his credit card machine is not working. Don't believe it! This is a scam to avoid paying Italian taxes. Breakfast was awful but service was worse.

Had a great experience at this hotel for 3 nights in July 2014. I forgot to email the hotel and inform them of my estimated arrival time (WHICH YOU SHOULD AS A COURTESY SINCE THEY DON'T HAVE A 24/7 FRONT DESK - THIS WILL ALSO HELP YOU), and was a little worried about how checking in would work when we arrived at about 7:30pm. However, when the cab dropped us off, an employee of Soggiorno Comfort was waiting at the front door down on the street for us. He warmly greeted us, buzzed us in the massive front door of the building, and put us on the elevator up to the floor where the hotel was. After checking us in and answering questions, we were put in room 6 which is BY FAR the best room since it's the farthest from the reception. It had 2 single beds, a AC unit, small flat screen tv, private bath room and shower, and a large closet, and one window that opened. I think we also had a plug in fan. It was VERY clean and large - especially by Italy standards. When you check in, they make you fill out a breakfast food request - basically it's a menu and you circle what all you want served. Then you choose a time and they deliver it on a big tray to your room in the morning! It was great! But beware that the time and your selections are set for the rest of the trip once you fill it out - but I'm sure you could change if you just asked (which we didn't). It's a 10 minute walk to the Colisseum, train station, bus stations and cab stands are less than 5 minutes, and plenty of great restaurants are very close. Pantheon and Trevi Fountain are probably a 10-15 minute walk. There's a mini-market right around the corner. It is a very safe street/area and it's very nice because its a block away from the crazy hustle and bustle of the main street so it's very quiet but still close enough to everything. One thing I would note is that somebody smoked a pipe or something while we were there - I don't know if it was coming from the rooms - or maybe a staff member/owner lives on site and smokes - but the lobby and common area smelled like pipe smoke the whole time. It should be noted, however, that our room in no way shape or form smelled like smoke. In fact, there is a big rubber guard at the bottom of all the doors that help to protect from things like that and more importantly keep the sound out. We had room 6 - the farthest away - and it was very quiet, but I would imagine the other rooms would be very loud so I can only recommend staying if you can get this room. I saw room 5 - which had 1 single bed - and it was a TINY room with a TV, private bath/shower, etc. that would be good for a single traveler on a budget. Overall, we paid something like $63 USD a night (it was on sale but not by much) and it was a STEAL. Note that when you check out ANYWHERE in Rome, you have to pay a 2 euro per person tourism tax on top of what you get charged for the room.

Via Palermo, 37 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and Trevi Fountain
  • Free cooked-to-order breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Laundry facilities

Soggiorno Comfort places you in Monti, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and Trevi Fountain. This 6-room townhouse welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and express check-in. It's in central Rome and also a short walk from Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Roman Forum.


Start your day off right with a free cooked-to-order breakfast, served each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


All 6 air-conditioned accommodations feature 2 bedrooms. Guests can expect free WiFi and digital TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Minibars, safes, and desks are other standard amenities.

Property features

Guests of Soggiorno Comfort enjoy free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and laundry facilities. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 50.00 per vehicle one way, as well as an area shuttle for a fee. Staff members are on hand to provide tour or ticket assistance and luggage storage.

Room options

Single Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 1

Triple Room

Queen 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

69% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 89 reviews