“ Hotel well appointed away from the centre of Rome close to country side. Continental breakfast just adequate with a poor selection of cereals and just processed meats. Not many restaurants close by. Access to public transport good Reception staff efficient and friendly. On the whole value for money7.4 Good
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“ Nice Suprise! this hotel was clean and good value for what we paid most hotel staff were helpful and very polite. Breakfast was ample and coffee tea etc fine. Area was a little out of the centre of Rome but still not bad as Metro was not far away Restaurants nearby and really good Club that plays live jazz music. All in all had fantastic stay in Rome so thank you!.7.4 Good
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The Romoli Hotel Rome is a charming 3 star hotel on the outskirts of Rome ideally placed being just 20 minutes from the center of Rome by bus, around 15 mins by underground metro, within few minutes to Rome? s Ciampino airport and only short drive from the hill towns of Castelli Romani.
Traditional property. Nearby medieval towns, restaurants and wineries of Rome or the Castelli Romani, the beauty of the gorgeous Italian countryside; the papal residence at Castel Gandolfo or the range of sporting activities to enjoy in the area. Romoli Hotel Rome has it all. The hotel is additionally equipped with full disabled access, and the private supervised parking area, and hotel bar mean that you literally want for nothing.
Medium in size and welcoming Lobby. Multi lingual staff available 24 hour 7 day reception desk and are keen to assist guests with travel & tourist information, reservation of restaurants and tickets. They can also arrange shuttle services to the airport and surrounding areas.
Situated just 700 meters or 10 minutes walk from FurioCamillo Metro Underground Station on Line A, passengers can be in the center of Rome within walking distance of the Basilica of St Mary Major and the Coliseum in just 10-15 minutes. The Romoli Hotel Rome is also just 15 minutes from the Colisseum by bus or less by underground which can take guests directly to the Basilica of St John Lateran, the Holy Steps & the Basilica of the Holy Cross, then on to the golden Basilica of St Mary Major, before travelling on to Piazza Barberini and the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo and climaxing with the Basilica of St Peter, the Vatican Museums & the Sistine Chape. All in a matter of moments.
Completely renovated and refurbished the Romoli Hotel Rome offers 42 clean, comfortable and bright rooms. Stardard Rooms equipped with Private en-suite bathrooms with shower, hairdryer, towel radiator and complimentary toiletries, Free high speed Wi-Fi internet access, Air Conditioning, Heating, Direct dial telephone, Safety Deposit Box, Satellite TV, Terrace for particular rooms.
American style Hotel bar and Bright and spacious breakfast room.
Earliest check-in at 14:00
Car parking (Payable to hotel, if applicable)
Internet via television
- 24 Hour Reception
- Car Park
- Check in/Check out
- Currency Exchange
- Wake Up
- 24 Hour Reception
- Room Service
Our customer reviews
Joanne from Sutton-in-ashfield
“ Not a great hotel as no amenities, double bed was actually 2 singles pushed together, breakfast was basic bread, cheese, ham, cereals and croissants and most of the time there was always something missing from this 'choice' there were very few shops/restaurants and if the few there were they seemed to close early so for people arriving later in the evening there wasn't really anywhere for them to get food or drink. The one good thing about this hotel was that it was 2 miles from centre of Rome and colosseum and 3 to Trevi fountain and Spanish steps.
George from St. Helens
“ Room 109 very noisy through the night. Just about acceptable. Room service very good clean towels every day and well cleaned, friendly staff.
Petar from London
“ This hotel is very far from a four-star hotel! Maybe it was a four-star 10 years ago but not now! It needs updating and breakfast is quite scarce.
James Alexander from Chorley
Hotel well appointed away from the centre of Rome close to country side. Continental breakfast just adequate with a poor selection of cereals and just processed meats. Not many restaurants close by. Access to public transport good
Reception staff efficient and friendly.
On the whole value for money
Ma J from King's Lynn
“ The place is quite far from the center of Rome which meant that you need to do an atleast 20 minute walk from the Hotel to catch the Metro to get into the center of Rome. Either that or you take the only one bus which goes near the hotel but by doing so, you will miss a good few minutes of your time which is not handy those staying in Rome for 3 days the most. There's no evening hospital food service, so i suggest having a proper supper before going home to the hotel. Alternatively, there is a pizza delivery which is very cheap, the receptionist will help you order them and it is promptly delivered in the hotel. The pizza is considerable in taste, you get what you pay for basically. There have been 2 Receptionists in the morning that were very helpful and friendly but don't expect the same from the receptionists on the night shift. One night, we came back to the hotel after a long stroll and arrived with the door of our room open. When i confronted the receptionist, he just said that it could've been the cleaners this morning forgetting to lock the room and since there are no other clients on our floor that time, i should not worry about it. We were tired and just wanted a good rest that we just checked everything and when we knew nothing was lost, we didn't make too much fuss about the incident. I did however reiterated this in the morning and the receptionist assured me that he will make sure that this will not happen again. Our room was very warm and noisy. There was no aircon nor fan, so we open the window to let a bit of draft enter but by doing so meant that we hear everything that is happening outside along with all the vehicles passingby. On the upside, the shower room is kept clean and they were very generous with their towels. the big towel is even bigger than the usual ones we get in hotels. For the breakfast, we are lucky to be in the breakfast room early. But if you are an hour late, you might find yourself waiting for the ham or the cheese to be topped-up, and this takes a while.
“ Top Tip: This hotel is good for group tours where-in a shuttle will take you in and out of the hotel, or youngsters who have the stamina to make long walks. Otherwise, if you're not the fit type and if you're not that young anymore, I would not consider booking this hotel.