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Hotel Re di Roma
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Reviewed 4 April 2012

This was base for a 3 day whirlwind trip of Rome. Great little hotel with among the friendliest staff I have ever met. Room was nice and clean. Small bathroom but it had a tub! There were some very personal touches that went a long way.

It was raining one day and they had left an assortment of umbrellas at the front desk...pick one up, go sightseeing and bring at back at the end of the day! Our checked bags didn't show up and the front desk staff hounded the airline and the baggage handling office with phone calls every day, and gave us progress report when we came back in the evening.

Metro stop Re di Roma is a 5-7 minute walk, and then you can pretty much travel to any major sight within 30 mins max.

And the room was less than $100/day. What a deal!

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank ProverbialYeti
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Reviewed 4 April 2012

I recently stayed in the Re Di Roma for 5 nights for a city break to Rome. Having received overpriced recommendations for other hotels in and around the city, I decided to do some research of my own, set a budget and then checked the reviews for the hotels I could afford. I stumbled across the Re Di Roma and it seemed too good to be true, but I decided to take a chance and went for it and i'm so glad we did!

There is a train that goes directly to the Leonardo Da Vinci airport and for €8 you can get to the hotel very easily. You have the option of taking the train to the Termini, then get on the metro to the Re Di Roma stop which is literally at the end of the street or alternatively, get off at Tuscolana and it's a short walk to the hotel.

The hotel itself is very boutique-like, stylish and modern, it really is quite pleasant and quite a contrast to the rustic, historic city of Rome.

We checked in and got shown to our room which was on the 1st floor. The room wasn't huge but it was big enough for us, there's plenty of storage space, a mini fridge, complimentary toiletries in the bathroom and the safe is free to use. Breakfast is provided on a morning consisting of fruit, yoghurt, bread, meats, cheese, pastries and cereal as well as tea, coffee and juice.

Rooms are equipped with sky television but most of the channels are pre-set to Italian, however, if the information box has a language option, you can change it to English and still manage to watch things!

The road outside the hotel is fairly busy so if you go to sleep at night I wouldn't advise opening the window if you're a light sleeper but the rooms have air conditioning to help with this!

There is a box for each room behind the reception desk so you can leave your room key there if you don't feel like carrying it round everyday and the staff are really helpful.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank YorkshireWeasley
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Reviewed 31 March 2012

We stayed for three nights at this hotel and had a very pleasant stay. The hotel is very modern and well furnished, our room was basic but very clean and provided everything we needed. The only negative we can think of is there are no English channels included on the TV and the walls of the room must be quite thin as you could hear the people next door, however it was not really an annoyance at any point. Fresh towels were provided daily and the breakfast was a basic continental but perfectly adequate. The staff were exceptionally helpful and were more than happy to offer advice about navigating around the city. The hotel is about a 2 min walk to the metro which we used regularly as it is about a 20 min walk to the Colosseum and about 30-40 min walk to the city center. If you do walk in to the city look out for the san giovanni basillica en route...its a magnificent church to wander around! We bought a three day ticket from the tobacconist shop opposite the hotel which gave us complete access to all the buses, trains and trams whilst we were there. We also made use of the number 87 bus which runs from a road nearby (about a 10min walk from the hotel) and took us close to campo de fuiri (near piaza navona) in the center of the city past the Colosseum. They do not run as regularly as the metro however and can be busy so watch out for pick pockets! The hotel provides a map of the city which we used consistently throughout our trip and can also arrange tours etc.They can also arrange transfers to the airport, however we got the train direct from fumicino to tuscolana station which was about a 10 min walk from the hotel and had no problems at all. I would avoid getting the fast train to the termini and changing there to get the metro to the re di roma stop as it is incredibly busy and you have to negotiate a lot of escalators! If you get the direct train aim for the corridor seating along the train rather than the seats of 4 as its easier to keep your luggage with you without getting in the way! It costs 8 euros each way for the train and you cant use the travel card for the Rome transport on these trains.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank vickie h
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

We stayed two nights at this very clean, modernized hotel an a quieter neighborhhood a couple of miles southeast of the main city center. Hotel Re di Roma is about 1/2 a block from the Re di Roma metro station on the A line and very easy to find if you exit through the Via Vercelli access tunnel. As you exit the terminal, the hotel is half way up the street on the left side. Just look for the building with the red trimmed windows and red front door. Since the hotel is located in a residential area, nearby dining choices are few. Ask the front desk for directions to Baldus restaurant. It was recommended to us by the lovely front desk person Alora and is only 2-3 blocks away. I whole heartedly second her recommendation.
Back to the hotel. The rooms were spacious and well appointed, free wi-fi, substantial continental breakfast servered every morning with a good selection of the basic pastries, fruit, yogurt, meat and cheeses and a coffee machine that will serve anything from hot chocolate to cappaccino to "American" coffee. They have a nice lounge area by the front desk and a small bar area if you would like a pre-dinner cocktail. Excellent and attentive staff, clean, modern, spacious rooms, quiet location (except for the occasional ambulance or police siren) close to public transportation with easy access to anywhere in Rome and best of all an excellent value for the moderate room rate. I highly recommended Hotel Re di Roma as they live up to their terrific reviews on TripAdvisor and all other positive website reviews.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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4  Thank Steveo145
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

Stayed hear for three night. Beds-firm, breakfast-standard continental, room-clean, location-right next to a metro station which is about 8 stops from the vatican and hotel is about 20 minutes walk from the colosseum, Shower-very good, just what you need after along day sight seeing. Staff-pleasant and fluent in english and very good at recommending places to visit and eat. Prices-good value especially for location and that it's ROME!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank apbp2009
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