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Tirreno Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Basic comfortable hotel in a great location. Wi-fi is very slow or does not work at all. Staff were not super friendly or polite but ok.

Typical small economy European hotel. Small room but a great price. It was clean and comfortable and close to everything. The staff were so friendly and helpful and the continental breakfast was more then we could have asked for. Great coffee and plenty to eat and included in the price.

This hotel is in a great location - Termini train station blocks away restaurants blocks away tourist sites within walking distance. Rooms on the street are somewhat noisy - but with earplugs I could not hear the noise.

A nice out of the busy streets of Rome location which is a great central hub. Staff was very accomodating. The entire place was kept very clean. Will go back.

The beds were 2 twin beds pulled together with what looked like a piece of plywood underneath , The Morning person was very rude and the Quality of breakfast consisted of a croissant and a piece of bread. There coffee on the other hand was outstanding. I would not recommend this Hotel to anyone.

The hotel location was great to the Roman Forum and Colloseum. It also close to train for the Vatican and traveling to other cities termini was really close.the garden patio was lovely and quiet to relax in after a long day.

We had few expectations going in Rome. The hotel was clean and extremely quiet. No sounds from the street as our room was on the quiet courtyard. We woke up to the smell of fresh bread and sound of birds! Location was quite good in the coliseum area, about 5 minutes from the subway line. A few reasonable restaurants across the quiet street. Continental breakfast was adequate, but certainly not an attraction. Staff was pleasant.

The hotel was clean and simple , but I was disappointed that housekeeping ignored the do not disturb sign that I put outside my door. Also, the 90 of the Staff were very grumpy!

Very centrally located walking distance to the forum, ancient rome, metro, etc. Staff was very helpful. Breakfast could use some variety.

We were greeted with a nice smile and a bonjourno. A basic space for a room with a very European bed and surprisingly modern bathroom. Breakfast was again very bare minimum but quite tasty. The staff were helpful but like all of Rome not overflowing with smiles and personality. Location was GREAT. We were able to walk to everything.(Vatican City is a long walk, but doable) Lots of great restaurants and cafe's close by. Affordable and clean with a great location. At the end of the day, Rome is about exploring not your room.

Good size and comfortable bed. Small shower. Breakfast very simple. We decided to buy fruit and bread and cheese for our own breakfast. Shops are nearby and the fruit quality and variety is excellent. The room looked clean but my socks turned almost black from dirt after walking from the bedrrom to the bathroom. Excellent location. You can walk To several attractions. The area feels safe.

the hotel Tirreno is located near two metro stations Cavour (2 min walk) and Termini (7-10 min walk) in Santa Maria Maggiore church area on a very quiet street with two absolutely amazing restaurants (one is Pizzeria, the other one is Ristorante La Forchetta d'oro with a fantastic chef Omar). We had a standard double bed room with AC (pretty handy amenity as the weather was getting warm), good size room. There is a pretty garden courtyard in the hotel where you can sit and relax with a glass of wine after tours. Although there were NO tv channels in English, just French and Italian. This is definitely needs to be improved to attract more English speaking customers. The shower was very small (fortunately we are not XXL size people, so we were all right). The breakfast was pretty poor. Just coffee, a croissant, a roll and you have to ask the staff for yogurt if you want it. Overall great value for the money we paid.

The hotel was good, staff was great! Friendly and helpful. Breakfast was awesome, the location is a bit unconvinient for the first day if you don't know the area but close to metro so, once you find the hotel no issues getting around. Rooms are a bit small but it is Rome after all. Over all I liked it.

Very disappointing stay. Save yourself the hassle and just stay at a hostel or something. The quality is about the same or better, and the staff will be a whole lot nicer. The room was small, beds stiff, television useless, and the breakfast consisted of two pieces of bread, bran flakes, sour juice, and a poor excuse for Italian coffee. That's it. Normally I could tolerate all that if it wasn't for the fact that the staff was rude and completely unhelpful. Take it from my experience: My visit at the Hotel Tirreno was going well for about three hours. I checked in around 4 pm and then left shortly to go to a music concert. I left tmy room key at the hotel reception desk and told them I would be returning late. They said, "That's fine. Have fun." When I returned at 02:15, the door was locked. And no one was attending the front desk, even though, I learned later, their policy is to have the hotel reception desk attended 24 hours a day. I rang the doorbell around 10 times, knocked, and waited outside the door for twenty minutes. No one returned to the front desk. No one opened the door. I had no choice but to wait outside the rest of the night. Thankfully it was warm. But I felt unsafe, because this hotel is located on a dark side street, and it doesn't feel like the safest part of town. I was finally able to enter the hotel at 6 am. This wasn't even the worst part of my stay. The worst part is that after I returned to the hotel and calmly (and I stress calmly) explained my situation, the staff were completely rude, on the border of condescending, and did nothing - I mean nothing - to help the situation. Instead, they asked me a bunch of annoying questions ("can you describe exactly how you knocked on the door?"), said this situation was my fault, and told me I should have known better. I discussed, pleaded, and finally argued with these guys for at least two hours, and still they Refused to give me a refund - or even a free cup of coffee, for that matter. I had prepaid for the hotel (I'll never do that again) and so the best solution they had for me is to contact this travel company to get it sorted out. Bottom line is they took a bad situation and made it ten times worse by being rude and condescending.

The hotel is in a convenient, quiet location, near enough to the train (but no so close that it's bad) and close to a church you want to see, and overall was fine. BUT I washed a shirt and hung it up to dry on the towel rack - when I came back it was gone! The maid looked through the dirty towels but couldn't find it (bright blue, so it would be noticed in white linens.) The hotel did not offer me any form of compensation for it (a free drink would have been something at least.) Also, I had to leave for meetings before breakfast hours two days, and there was no way to get a cup of coffee or anything - front desk said "too bad for you" so actually breakfast was not included those days.

great . perfect location. The garden area was very nice to relax with a glass of wine after a busy sightseeing day.

This little hotel on a tiny quiet street within walking distance of major tourist sites has a very friendly staff who gives wonderful suggestions and directions. There is a good breakfast, and a nice garden for relaxing at the end of the day. It is one of the most cost effective lodgings available, without the extra frills I neither need nor would use. I am going back!

the staff was very helpful and accommodating. They came up with an electrical adapter since I had left the ones I had planned in the car at the airport at home.

It was good. Served our purpose, very clean & friendly staff.

As title states, basic hotel, good value for the price, nothing special. room is clean but small. Staff are helpful

Via San Martino Ai Monti 18 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge

Located in Monti, Tirreno Hotel is adjacent to Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and within a 15-minute walk of popular sights like Teatro dell'Opera di Roma. This 44-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. St. Peter's Basilica and Roman Forum are also near this Rome hotel.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 44 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Tirreno Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and a garden. Transportation is made easy with a ferry terminal shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. This smoke-free hotel also has a TV in a common area.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Triple Room

Full 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 4

Quadruple Room

Twin 4 | Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Standard Suite

Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Tirreno Hotel

Everyone (2) Couples (12) Business (2) Family (4) Other (5) Friends (1)
4

great location

Everyone

Basic comfortable hotel in a great location. Wi-fi is very slow or does not work at all. Staff were not super friendly or polite but ok.

By on May 12, 2017

5

20 day stay at hotel tirreno

Everyone
A view of terrace from 101 A view into the room from terrace Small but comfortable room Small but comfortable room

Typical small economy European hotel. Small room but a great price. It was clean and comfortable and close to everything. The staff were so friendly and helpful and the continental breakfast was more then we could have asked for. Great coffee and plenty to eat and included in the price.

By , from Knoxville, TN, USA on Nov 13, 2016

4

sightseeing trip

Couples

This hotel is in a great location - Termini train station blocks away restaurants blocks away tourist sites within walking distance. Rooms on the street are somewhat noisy - but with earplugs I could not hear the noise.

By on Oct 21, 2015

4

great time

Families

A nice out of the busy streets of Rome location which is a great central hub. Staff was very accomodating. The entire place was kept very clean. Will go back.

By on Sep 23, 2015

2

worst place i have ever stayed

Couples

The beds were 2 twin beds pulled together with what looked like a piece of plywood underneath , The Morning person was very rude and the Quality of breakfast consisted of a croissant and a piece of bread. There coffee on the other hand was outstanding. I would not recommend this Hotel to anyone.

By on Sep 7, 2015

4

great hotel location

Singles

The hotel location was great to the Roman Forum and Colloseum. It also close to train for the Vatican and traveling to other cities termini was really close.the garden patio was lovely and quiet to relax in after a long day.

By on Aug 29, 2015

4

excellent for 3 star hotel

Couples

We had few expectations going in Rome. The hotel was clean and extremely quiet. No sounds from the street as our room was on the quiet courtyard. We woke up to the smell of fresh bread and sound of birds! Location was quite good in the coliseum area, about 5 minutes from the subway line. A few reasonable restaurants across the quiet street. Continental breakfast was adequate, but certainly not an attraction. Staff was pleasant.

By on May 3, 2015

2

horrible customer service

Singles

The hotel was clean and simple , but I was disappointed that housekeeping ignored the do not disturb sign that I put outside my door. Also, the 90 of the Staff were very grumpy!

By on Apr 18, 2015

3

rome trip

Singles

Very centrally located walking distance to the forum, ancient rome, metro, etc. Staff was very helpful. Breakfast could use some variety.

By on Jan 25, 2015

3

location is a 4+

Couples

We were greeted with a nice smile and a bonjourno. A basic space for a room with a very European bed and surprisingly modern bathroom. Breakfast was again very bare minimum but quite tasty. The staff were helpful but like all of Rome not overflowing with smiles and personality. Location was GREAT. We were able to walk to everything.(Vatican City is a long walk, but doable) Lots of great restaurants and cafe's close by. Affordable and clean with a great location. At the end of the day, Rome is about exploring not your room.

By on Jun 15, 2014