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Mercure Roma West - Rome Hotels

Mercure Roma West

Viale Eroi di Cefalonia 301, Rome - Map
 
 
"Surprisingly good stay"
Very reasonable price for our stay to catch a flight from Fiumicino airport. Large, clean room that was well equipped with everything you might need
Traveller from london
Hotel All Time Relais & Sport - Rome Hotels

Hotel All Time Relais & Sport

Via Jachino Domenico 181, Rome - Map
 
 
"Great hotel"
The hotel is very comfortable with spacious rooms and the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. The cleaning service was also excellent. It is a fair distance from the centre of Rome but as we were staying for over a week and don't mind the odd bus ride that wasn't a problem for us. Once you've done the bus and metro trip into Rome once or twice it's actually very easy to get in and out and we never waited long for a bus. The only thing that disappointed us about the hotel was the leisure facilities which is a big part of why we booked that hotel. The swimming pool, spa, restaurant/pizzeria and gym etc. is not actually onsite at the hotel and is in the leisure centre next door to the hotel. You do get free access to much of it but it's open to the public and the swimming pool is always busy with locals doing lengths, which takes away from the holiday atmosphere. We also didn't get to go in the outdoor pool as it wasn't opened whilst we were there, despite good weather. Also, there are no tea or coffee facilities inside the rooms and when I went to get a cup of tea from the restaurant next door, they wouldn't let me take the tea myself but instead follwed me to my room with the tray just so that they could charge an extra 6 euros for room service! Aside for those minor points, the hotel was brilliant. The bed was comfy and the room air conditioned and if you had the window shut it was very quiet and peaceful. Again, the staff were amazing and spoke flawless English.
Traveller from England
Ardeatina Park Hotel - Rome Hotels

Ardeatina Park Hotel

Via Vittore Ghiliani, 145, Rome - Map
 
 
"Great hotel, in the middle of nowhere."
We read the reviews for this hotel and we decided to book it as we were hiring a car (plenty of free car parking space is provided at this hotel you will need a SAT NAV to find this hotel). This hotel is in the middle of nowhere and I mean nowhere. It's a 20 minute drive to the nearest metro station. Rome centre is about 45-50 minutes drive depending on the traffic. We found parking easy and cheap (we live in London so we're used to these prices) Traffic in Rome can be very very scary if you're not used to big city driving. Also hire a small car as some of the streets in central Rome are alleyways. This hotel is a great hotel. Clean fresh and modern rooms with great heating and air conditioning. The beds and pillows were very very comfortable and have all the facilities that you would expect. The wifi went down for 2 of the days we were staying although there are PCs in the reception area. The swimming pool is €5 a day per person. The breakfast is typical continental breakfast cheese/ham rolls/ cakes and cereals and yogurts. Fruit juice and coffee and tea. Simple and good quality. All in all we were very very happy with our stay here and we used the restaurant one evening and the food was of a very high standard and very good service. The chef also came out to see if everything was ok. We had no complaints.
Markylon
Cristoforo Colombo - Rome Hotels
NZ$105

Cristoforo Colombo

Via Cristoforo Colombo 710, Rome - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel near Euroma2 Mall"
Nice hotel with the required details needed for a restful stay; we only passed the night there since it was close to both the Euroma2 mall and the airport, which worked great for us since that was the last night we spent at Italy.
Traveller from San Jose, Costa Rica
Shangri La Corsetti - Rome Hotels

Shangri La Corsetti

Viale Algeria 141, Rome - Map
 
 
"Good for business"
I have stayed here 20 times over the last 10 years, it's good for business but quite a distance from the centre if you are on holiday. Nice pool area and very good restaurant for dinner and nice breakfast, really nice shopping centre 10 mins walk away. Staff have always been very nice. Will stay again.
Traveller from Surrey, England
The 4 star Shangri La Corsetti offers comfortable rooms with all amenities along with excellent service and the immensely …More
Marriott Rome Park Hotel - Rome Hotels

Marriott Rome Park Hotel

Via Colonnello Tommaso Masala 54, Rome - Map
 
 
"Nice clean Hotel"
Very nice Hotel, very large outdoor pool and excellent poolside restaurant. Great buffet breakfast. Not within walking distance any stores, shops or restaurants.
Traveller from Toronto, Ontario
Novotel Roma Eur - Rome Hotels

Novotel Roma Eur

Viale Oceano Pacifico 153, Rome - Map
 
 
"Nice, clean hotel too far from metro station"
Nice clean hotel Enjoyed stay Food good but expensive watch out for the table charge for sitting down to eat Metro station is far away to walk esp with children at least half an hour and it the heat it is hard work There is a bus stop outside the hotel, but no clear timetable and staff do not know when it comes so its a bit hit and miss On the way back we stopped outside the metro for food and a taxi back to hotel reasonable Bus back from metro station is caught further back from the station so ask reception
Traveller from UK
Hotel Pulitzer Roma - Rome Hotels

Hotel Pulitzer Roma

Viale Guglielmo Marconi, 905, Rome - Map
 
 
"Conveniently located,"
The hotel was only 300 ft. From the Marconi metro stop on the B line.
Traveller from Tampa, Florida
Hotel Dei Congressi - Rome Hotels

Hotel Dei Congressi

Viale Shakespeare 29, Rome - Map
 
 
"Layover"
This was a one night layover for a very early morning flight out.
Traveller from Phoenix, AZ
Villa EUR - Parco dei Pini - Rome Hotels

Villa EUR - Parco dei Pini

Piazzale Champagnat, 2, Rome - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (50 reviews)

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    A couple of miles south of the city centre, EUR takes its name from Esposizione Universale di Roma, built for an exhibition in 1942. The bombastic architecture was then intended to glorify Fascism, but now is home to shops, cinemas and clubs and exhibitions. Within the marble halls there are also three very good museums, including the fascinating Museum of Roman Civilization.
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