If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Rome, look no further than Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Rome, Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel is located a short distance from Colosseum (1.3 mi) and Roman Forum (1.5 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and a concierge. Plus, Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Rome be sure to experience local lobster favourites at Ristorante Aroma at Palazzo Manfredi, Ad Hoc, or Il Gabriello.
If you’re looking for something to do, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (0.9 mi), Domus Aurea (1.2 mi), and Basilica di San Clemente al Laterano (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel.
The staff at Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
First of all,the breakfast is extra payed, and here is write that is included,and is very poor,like you are in the supermarket. Location is a bad - to the first metro station you have 20min walk in the unsafe area,dangerous in fact and very dirty. From Toilette in the room is coming very bad smell and shower is so so small. And the price is so so high for this hotel....
I had 7 days in Rome was so excited to go back as this was going to be my second time visiting. We had a private car pick us at the airport when we said our destination the driver said o you are staying there. So you can imagine when we arrived it is based in a slummy area my heart sank. Yet on line its showing a beautiful hotel describing how lovely everything is even where it is located. Its like a two star hotel they do need to spend some money fixing it up, also it should come with a warning about the area as I really thought I was in Beirut. This hotel is ok for back packers who are roughing it and do not mind the roughnes around their whole holiday.
You know those episodes of Hotel Hell where Gordon Ramsey visits those old, shabby Inns? This is it. Do not take notice of the pictures online, that is not the case. Old bathroom, crammed room, dusty vents, smelly toilet (I couldn’t even shower, I’ve felt more comfortable showering at hostels). I got fooled by the images. Don’t do that. Rude people, unsafe. I could hear someone vomiting between the walls and witnessed someone getting robbed in the area. Toilet smelt like drainage. Just horrible.
I'm struggling to reconcile most of the reviews here with the hotel where we just spent 4 days. I've stayed in Rome for leisure or business 5 times before and this is the worst of the hotels I've had. That doesn't mean it's bad- just that it can be a 5 out of 5 if others are better. Overall, I'd say it was an average hotel in a below average area, because- 1 The rooms were clean, simple and reasonably priced for Rome- but our rooms looked nothing like the fancy ones in the photos. Basic furniture, old bathroom, tv not working, no tea/coffee maker, no armchair or guide book. 3/5 2 Breakfast was very average. A small selection of pastries, yoghurts, cheese, biscuits. Plus coffee. In a drab back room. Lacked the fruit, or niceties of other hotels. We got better, in nice locations, nearby. 2/5 3 The area is a long way from the centre, shabby and dull. There is a tram at the end of the road... we waited 25mins one day for it then a 25min ride to Colisseum. It didnt arrive the next day (replacement bus!). Nearest Metro is a 15min walk. Termini looks close but is 20mins walk. But the area around is covered in litter, dogshit and broken bottles...and everything is graffitied. Very noticeable that the centre was cleaner, but San Lorenzo is shabby. No shops, few decent eateries or bars. If you want to easily access the central sights, this is not an easy place to do that from. 1/5 4 The staff were very friendly and helpful,no complaints on that - though I only found out afterwards that the hotel had a roof terrace...handy to know on arrival! 4/5 So, all in all, 10 out of 20. Average!…
Awful!!! When we were walking in the area, it wasn't a really nice neighborhood. But when we got to the hotel it seemed much better, indeed those romantic views you get on the internet. Then we checked in. The receptionist said that our room is outside! Ok ... It was indeed outside the building, that small extension building you can see on the right when you enter the gate. Ok ... Can still be nice though. But it wasn't! When you open the door you feel that heavy humid air already. There's a small hall with a table and windows. Then you get a door to your room. The first thing we noticed was a puddle of water just in front of bed. We thought it was from the airco that didn't work, but because of the leak marks on the wall it could also be from the roof. And you could just not sleep because you hear the water dripping on the floor. There are no windows at all in the room itself!!! Because of that air (moldy) we could not sleep as well. It is not healthy at all. It caused coughing when you don't have cough. The room is outdated, you can see it was quickly made to make money. So completely different than what you see on the site of the hotel itself. We complained the same day of arrival. But they said they were full so we could possibly get another room in the morning (we had to be at the reception at 8 in the morning in order to maybe get another room). So we literally had to stay in that awful room while waiting till we possibly get a "normal" room. During the night you hear people literally talk outside and on the street. At night every 10 minutes it sounds like a tomb is opening which will wake you up, if you were asleep anyway. We were done that night already. We booked another hotel the same night. We still had to pay the full price for the night in this crappy hut, whereas we booked a normal room. I am sure that the experience in a normal room would be different, but the chance to end up in this small crappy hut would prevent me from booking here at all. Awful experience, not recommended at all if you want to enjoy your stay in Rome!…