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Hotel Italia

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Welcome to Hotel Italia!In the heart of the storical Rome next to the Quirinale, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Termini station and the Colosseum, an exclusive and elegant place is going to offer you a relaxing and confortable stay !
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Airport Transportation
Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
Room features
Air Conditioning
Non-Smoking Rooms
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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
304Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
98Attractionswithin 0.5 km
100Room tips
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The staff falsely accused and indicted me and my classmates of breaking a locker to a drawer in such a cynical manner that we didn’t even get a chance to explain or argue that didn’t do it. In fact there was no indication of a locker being there in the first place and the staff
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An affordable home in the center of Rome, located within walking distance of both the major attractions and the train station (but outside the train station area) would be reason enough to love this hotel. But a remarkably friendly and helpful staff, an amazing breakfast spread
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We booked this hotel and we have never regretted!excellent location to visit everything in Rome.the breakfast was really good and fantastic!the best of all was that this hotel was really clean touching the perfection!well done!one small complain was the noise to the rooms and i
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A family owned hotel, Hotel Italia, is located 5 minutes walk to Termini Station, and 10-15 minute walk to the Colisseum, Trevi, Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon. You can even walk to the Vatican in a half hour. Besides the great location on a quiet side street, this friendly
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Having read the previous reviews I was really looking forward to staying here. Once we arrived just by see the facade of this place I knew it would be wonderful. You have to use the intercom buzzer to get access but all good for security. It has the sweetest old style lift which
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The Triple Room at the Hotel Italia
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The Triple Room at the Hotel Italia
We booked taxi through the hotel. Driver met us just outside customs and off we went. I don’t remember the cost but felt it was money well spent.
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baggage storage available?
Absolutely! The staff is fantastic!
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a 'triple' room usually means 3 twin beds or a double bed & a twin. Best to ask your question directly to Hotel Italia management. They can prepare a double w/child accommodation (crib/cot) if you are 2 adults w/ small child. If child is used to sleeping in his/her own twin, a triple would be fine. I clearly state what accommodation is needed, then hotel responds w/what is available. I hopes this helps. This hotel aims to please!
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When raining, I have used a shared shuttle ride from the airport to the hotel. Or, in good weather, & you have light luggage, take the Leonardo express train from the airport to Termini.station in Rome...then enjoy a walk to Via Nazionale to Hotel Italia. They are most helpful and can also assist your arrival & departure--email and ask.
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We stayed in the building across from the Main hotel. The rooms are better and for sure bigger than the main building. If you are concerned about the noise, you can not avoid it; because all windows open to street!
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"Ask for recently updated room"
"The lobby is on the second floor. We stayed on the third floor. There is an elevator."
"Rooms facing the streets are noisier."
"You may want to inquire about shower size before you book a particular room. Our shower was a bit too narrow."
"As a couple with 2 or more suitcases pay the extra and have a larger room."
US$70 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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