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This was our first trip to Italy, and we were a little concerned about where to stay, but the Hotel Nazionale was excellent! The service was great, room was roomy and comfortable, and the breakfast was great! I highly recommend staying here if you go...More
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The hotel is modern, very clean with a very hospitable staff. The superior rooms are spacious, spotless, well-appointed bathroom, and with very convenient beds. My wife and I stayed with a party of 2 more couples 5 nights during 3.2018
Hotel Nazionale is centrally located,...More
Perfect location for exploring Rome. Within a half hour walk of nearly all the major sights (and <10 minutes to Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, and Pantheon). Good restaurants nearby are plentiful. Staff was helpful and friendly. Nice bar/lounge area, and a pretty good breakfast as...More
We just spent a week at the Nazionale -- our second stay there.
We have stayed at multiple hotels in Rome that were much fancier and much more expensive. We have never stayed at a hotel we enjoyed more.
The location simply couldn't be better...More
This is a great hotel in a location extremely convenient for walking to all the must-see areas. The hotel has a great bar with overstuffed furniture arranged for small group conversation after a long day of sightseeing. Breakfast was an event; great food with good...More
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It's too far to walk from Termini to the hotel, and I guess a taxi is the easiest way, but if you want to use public transport you could take the Metro (Linea A) from Termini just a couple of stops up to Barberini station... More
It's too far to walk from Termini to the hotel, and I guess a taxi is the easiest way, but if you want to use public transport you could take the Metro (Linea A) from Termini just a couple of stops up to Barberini station, then a bit of a walk (c.500-600 metres) from Barberini down Via del Tritone to cross Via del Corso and reach Montecitorio. Alternatively I believe bus no.71 runs from Termini station to Via del Corso. Hope this helps.