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All reviewsst petersevery morningsilver roomtrain stationminute walkpietro stationgreat view of stsweet breakfastcroissantstop floorkitchen areaour room was cleanedclose to the vaticanstayed here for a weeklittle thingscontinental breakfasthop on hop off bus
The hotel is externally well presented on a typical Rome suburban street. It was easy to find just 5 minutes walk from San Pietro train station where you can catch the train or the bus into local areas with the Airport easily reachable within 60...More
I never moan about anywhere I stay but with Roma Dreaming I don’t even know where to begin, they claim to be a hotel when infact they own an apartment and just check you in and then you are forgotten about, that is the only...More
This is not a hotel, this is a scam.
There is no service or reception. Even during the day.
We were trapped in the elevator one night and had to send our teenage son (who luckily used the stairs) to open the door to who...More
Spent 3 nights in the wonderful Roma dreaming! The hotel is easy to locate as right beside Roma San Pietro train station, we arrived early (before 2pm checkin) and were welcomed warmly by the lovely receptionist who informed us our room was ready and gave...More
Friendly staff checking in and out.
Nice comfy bed.
Great location, 2 minutes walk to St Peters Station.
Good breakfast sent up to the room every morning.
There was a kitchenette that we didn't use but looked good.
The rooms are all themed a different...More
Response from Jbeauvil78 | Reviewed this property |
if you're ok with walking, they will give you a MAP which is very easy to read and follow the Tiber River to all the hot spots...they do have uber, so you can use the same app from the states if you're not able to walk far... More
if you're ok with walking, they will give you a MAP which is very easy to read and follow the Tiber River to all the hot spots...they do have uber, so you can use the same app from the states if you're not able to walk far, just be mindful that the cost is in euros. if you call uber walk down to the square since the hotel is technically outside the city limits so there's a surcharge... like the other reviewer, we mostly walked EVERYWHERE and it was really awesome to find the shops and restaurants along the way. we found the 25 euro to skip the line at the colliseum and Vatican museums were well worth not spending 2+ hours on line.... also, right on the square, there are like 5 different hop on hop off buses that stop at all the major monuments and run every 10-15 minutes so you can still see things at your leisure. we talked them down to 17 euro each for the day pass and saw it all! Then walked home from the pantheon. hope this helps!