Taormina Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Rome, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Taormina Hotel Rome is a budget friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as internet access is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Rome.
Nearby landmarks such as Trevi Fountain (1.3 mi) and Villa Borghese (1.6 mi) make Taormina Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Rome.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Rome's popular tempura restaurants such as Zuma, Ristorante Aroma at Palazzo Manfredi, and Sa Tanca Crostaceria, all a short distance from Taormina Hotel.
Should time allow, Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Rome!
When they say budget they really mean budget. No facility to make a drink in your room. The beds are rock hard, lumpy and with a 2 inch thick pillow each. No natural light in the room thanks to the scaffolding up outside the window. The walls are so thin you can hear everything in your room in fact the people walking past your door sound like they are in the room with you as did the man sniffing in the next room. The room is so oppressive I wanted to go home as soon as we got there. No facility to get food or drink anywhere in the hotel. You’re given a ticket for a cafe down the road where you can get bread and jam or Nutella for breakfast !! If you want comfort I would suggest getting arrested and spending a night in the police cells !!
Having to make train journeys out of Rome this hotel was perfect as it’s 10/15 minutes for Stazione Termini. The hotel itself was incredibly clean, well maintained and the staff did all they could to help if needed. The area around the place is a little ‘raggedy’, (slightly dirty and graffitied) and although I didn’t feel any danger at night whatsoever, it’s not as calm and relaxing as the centre of the city which is walkable in distance. Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel for people wanting to explore the city at a good price.
I stayed here with my partner as an easy hotel and a cheaper hotel than others while we had a sightseeing holiday around Rome. The hotel was clean and exactly what you paid for. The staff were lovely and were always more than happy to help when we needed advice how to get to a certain area of Rome and what’s the best way to get there. The breakfast is literally bread, croissants, drinks and spreads. This didn’t bother us too much as it was 43 degrees and didn’t want to eat too much, but to others this may be an issue. There were extra charges for the safe and WiFi which is usual in hotels. If I remember correctly we had to pay for air con which wasn’t an issue as it wasn’t extortionate, but I think during peak seasons it is free, but not 100% sure! I would definitely recommend this hotel if you need a hotel in a budget which isn’t too far away from the attractions, train station and is in budget! …
Stayed here for a mini break with my wife. Hotel was a short walk from rome termini. Upon arrival we were greeted by friendly reception staff. We were given our room key and a breakfast voucher as we were told they were decorating the breakfast room and had to go around the corner to a bar for our breakfast. Decorating was an understatement they were knocking walls down plastering hammering and electric work loose wires hanging down from the ceiling. When we got to our room they look nothing like on the pictures. No natural daylight and stuffy. Beds were uncomfortable. We were totally mis sold this hotel. I wouldn't recommend at present time while work still ongoing. May be different when renovation work all complete.
Mixed reviews for this hotel. Lovely staff,very helpful and knowledgable on directions and public transport. Rooms were ok but looked nothing like the pics in the brochure and online. Beds are not the most comfortable. Around 2 weeks before departure we had an e-mail from Jet2 saying the hotel had informed them to let upcoming guests know that there would be some redecorating work going on in the hotel,well this was more like total refurbishment,drilling,plastering,hammering,banging,loose wires all over. I have a bad dust allergy,usually this is controlled with nasal sprays and antihistimines,but on this occasion it was not the case,the 3 days i was there,it was uncontrollable sneezing,runny nose,sore eyes,the works.It did put a slight dampner on things. Overall,not a bad stay but if we had known the extent of the renovations,probs would of booked elsewhere. Location,within walking distance to The Collosseum and some lovely bars and restaurants. Fair distance from city centre,if you taxi it back at night,will cost about €18.…
I had a quick visit in this hotel in the night. I must say cleaning part is awesome. well organized hotel. breakfast also vey good condition. special thanks to Mr.Shammi at the Night reception. nice person
Staff very friendly and welcoming. Very helpful and informative: Ideally situated, close to metro, walking distance to Colosseum. Supermarket a few doors down. Spotlessly clean. Some work going on in hotel but didn’t affect our stay. Taverna Italiana closeby which had very reasonably priced food and wine. Would have enjoyed a kettle and extra pillow but it’s 2 star. Would recommend.
Arrived to find building work being done and was advised that had to go to a cafe down the road for breakfast with coupons, area is run down good 20 to 25 min walk to train station and where you would get tour bus
Spent a week at this hotel as part of a Jet2 city break. Hotel was easy to find only 100 m from frequent tram 5 and 14 or bus 50 and 105 all only 3 stops from Termini (or a 10 min walk). Reception on arrival was straightforward offering us a twin or double bed but indicating which floor as no lift. Room was basic, cleaned every day. Towels changed as required and bed linen after 3 days. Bed was a little soft for me personally but not too uncomfy. Shower was good but nowhere to put any toiletries. Continental Breakfast was quite basic: fruit juice, coffee, several varieties of rolls some spreadable (Laughing Cow type) cheese jams, honey or chocolate spread. Reception pleasant and helpful in pointing out attractions and providing info about restaurants nearby. Free WiFi only near reception, small safe in room, 5E deposit required. City tax of 3Epppn had to be paid in cash. Overall could not fault the hotel, it provided exactly what I expected - a bed for the night with some breakfast. Would use again if we go back to Rome. A weekly bus/tram/metro pass cost only 24E pp and could be obtained at reception. Local area seemed a bit run down and dirty but most of Rome had rubbish in the streets even at the Vatican.…
Got to reception very warm welcome yes no lifts but on second floor room lovely immaculately maintained cleaned daily with fresh towels. Staff could not be more helpful offering advice on easy accessible routes nothing a bother. Breakfast was basic bread rolls cheese selection jams tea coffee it set us up for the day we normally wouldn't do anything other than 4 plus however I can not fault this hotel. The area is not the best but we had no problems. It is great for accessing colloseam, trevi fountains Spanish steps all within 30 minutes walk. I would stay here again.