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iQ Hotel Roma - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

iQ Hotel Roma

Via Firenze, 8, Rome - Map
 
 
"Terrific hotel!!!"
Great location. Walk to sights restaurant, and shopping. Beautiful room and amenities. Friendly and exceptionally helpful staff.
Traveller from H
River Palace Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
€135

River Palace Hotel

Via Flaminia 33, Rome - Map
 
 
"Very nice hotel within walking distance of all"
Quiet, yet central (north) location close to all tourist sites. Excellent breakfast for all tastes. Classic decor.
Traveller from Bath, England
Hotel Quirinale - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Quirinale

Via Nazionale 7, Rome - Map
 
 
"Convenient location"
Loved the charming fin de siecle atmosphere of hotel. Rooms were charming with chandeliers, and clean with snowy white down duvets and linens. Breakfast room with garden views was lovely and had a good variety of offerings. I found eggs runny and bacon undercooked ( not crispy), but there were many alternate choices and they would prepare eggs to order for a small fee. Staff accommodated early arrival with secure storage, and were generally efficient, but sometimes a bit stiff. I would look forward to another stay here for the location and price.
Traveller from Florida
Hotel Diocleziano - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Diocleziano

Via Gaeta 71, Rome - Map
 
 
"Excellent inexpensive hotel in Rome"
My second time in this hotel. Both great experiences overall. The rooms are immaculate and so the sheets and towels. The attitude of all the staff is remarkable good. The facilities and rooms are tight as it is usual in a city like Rome, but good enough to rest and shower after a busy day. TV is OK, windows are great. They put some soft drinks and water for free in the minibar. Good safe box. Very quite street. The breakfast is not so assorted, but good enough to start the day. I left at early hours and they gave me a courtesy breakfast box. At the end of my stay, I was satisfied, considering what I paid for what I received, specially under the European standards. If I get back to Rome, definitively I will stay here again. If you look for a lot of luxury and sophistication, there are other places, if you are willing to pay an affordable price for a comfortable, convenient and clean stay, this is it.
Traveller from SLP Mexico
Hotel Cosmopolita - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Cosmopolita

Via Santa Eufemia, 5, Rome - Map
 
 
"Great location and a good price"
I stayed 4 nights in a single person room on the fourth floor. The room doesnt have any view since it wasn't facing the street, but it was very quiet to sleep. The hotel has locked doors in the loby that you can only open with the room key - so if felt really safe to sleep there. The hotel is located in a great location. You can walk anywhere you want or take a bus (bus stations on both sides of the Via Natzional street are few steps from the hotel).The "hop on hop off" buses stations are walking distance as well. There is a suppermarket down Via Natzional (towards the rail station direction) where you can buy things and put them in the room's refregrator (which is great to have!!). The staff was really nice and friendly. The pizzeria located on the street corner, which you can enter via the hotel too, was great, and it was nice to sit there. It was a great hotel, just the right price for what you need. I would recomed it, esspecially if you need a place to sleep and in the morning you are planing on touring the city. Have fun !!
A Traveller
Ingrami Suites - Rome Hotels
€99

Ingrami Suites

Piazza della Trinità dei Monti 16, Rome - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Eurostars International Palace - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
€85

Eurostars International Palace

Via Nazionale 46, Rome - Map
 
 
I enjoyed my stay. The hotel is between old city centre and train station so very good location for tourists. Staff was helpful and room was clean. I recommend you to stay
A Traveller
Hotel Delle Nazioni - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
€118

Hotel Delle Nazioni

Via Poli 7, Rome - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel in the perfect location"
The hotel was clean, comfortable and the staff were excellent. It is located right on the corner next to the Trevi Fountain and is in walking distance of all the sightseeing hotspots you will want to visit when in Rome. The staff were very helpful and friendly towards us.
Traveller from Manchester, England
Hotel Villa San Lorenzo Maria - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
€63

Hotel Villa San Lorenzo Maria

Via dei Liguri 7, Rome - Map
 
 
"Cute hotel close to bus, trains and the best staff"
Awesome little hotel. Very helpful & Friendly staff from the moment we checked in until we left. They really go above and beyond to help with anything we needed and pointers on where to go. Breakfast buffet was fabulous a huge variety, Cappuccinos and more. They make eggs anyway you want upon request. Gluten free options too. Room is typical rooms in Europe small, loved the bidet. Close to the main bus/train. Loved having a grocery store next door! I can truly say I miss all the staff there, they treated us so well!
Traveller from Alexandria, VA
The charming Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel is located in Rome's lively San Lorenzo university district, only 1.5 km from …More
Hotel Adriano - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
€93

Hotel Adriano

Via di Pallacorda, 2, Rome - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel in Walking Distance to Everything"
The staff was very friendly and helpful. They had a fantastic breakfast spread and the room was comfortable.
Traveller from Columbus, OH

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