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Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy (Hotel Aberdeen Rome Italy)

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Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy: 3 stars

Location: Via Firenze 48, Quirinal, Rome Italy

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Description: The Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy is a refined 3 star hotel located in the upper historical center of Rome. The hotel is situated near via Nazionale and the famous Piazza della Repubblica, and is within walking distance to major Rome monuments such as the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Ciampino airport is 15km away and it is 25km to Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) airport.

The Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy has 36 spacious rooms furnished with classical style furniture, but also equipped with modern devices such as bath/shower or whirlpool bath, satellite and cable TV, telephone, fridge bar, safe, sunlamp, air conditioning and hairdryer.

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RomanLife 2 cents: The hotel has a refined and elegant ambience, which many tourist reviews suggest surpass its 3 stars rating. At the same time the Aberdeen Hotel Rome can still offer better rates than hotels located in the more central historical areas of Rome, like Trevi Fountain, Campo de Fiori, Pantheon and Piazza Navona. (Make sure to specify in your booking that you would like a room away from the kitchen area.)


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Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy Amenities:

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Air Conditioned
  • Airport shuttle
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Bath / Hot Tub
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hair Dryer
  • High-speed Internet
  • Laundry service
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Restaurant
  • Safe-Deposit Box
  • TV

 

Distance from Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy to the main tourist attractions (walking):

  • Piazza Venezia 1.4 km (0,9 miles)
  • Spanish Steps 1.0 km (0,6 miles)
  • Colosseum 1.5 km (1 mile)
  • Vatican 3,4 km (2,1 miles)
  • Pantheon 1,6 km (1 mile)
  • Closest Rome metro : Repubblica 200m (220 yards) or Barberini 0.4 km (0,3 miles)

See a map showing the position of Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy and other hotels in the Quirinal area of Rome. We also have a page dedicated to the Quirinal Repubblica area - maps, things to do, transport, shopping, nightlife etc.

Check-in:
From 2:00 PM

Check-out:
Prior to 12:00 AM

Transportation: The Aberdeen Hotel Rome is located close to Rome's historical center. It is an approximate 2 or 3 minute taxi ride from Termini Station, or a 3 minute walk from the Repubblica Metro stop (the next stop after Termini).

From Fiumicino airport the taxi takes 40 - 45 minutes (traffic allowing) and is a standard fee of €40. From Ciampino airport the taxi ride is 35 - 40 minutes and costs €30.
Alternatively you can book a Shuttle Transfer from Fiumicino Airport which costs about €18.

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Reviews of Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy:

Review of Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy: the hotel was excellent value for money and is in a great location from which to go sightseeing...

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I saw the Aberdeen Hotel Rome listed in Rick Steves guide of Rome and so booked it and was very pleased with the location. It's about 10-15 minutes' walk from the main termini train station. We walked almost everywhere, including to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Borghese Gallery.

We were given a discount for showing our Rick Steves book. Enjoyed the free use of internet and the quiet spacious and private room. When we had to leave early to catch our train and didn't have time for breakfast, they gave us some croissants to take along.

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Our trip was for a 5 day break to Rome and it's always tricky to know which hotel to pick when reading all the reviews. So I just thought I would share my experience with you to help you decide.

Firstly, what a great location the hotel Aberdeen Rome is. Very near to the Metro Repubblica stop. Bars, restaurants, clothes shops are all within a few minutes walking distance from the hotel, however the Metro is so close, cheap and easy that we used that every day.

The Hotel Aberdeen Rome was very impressive to look at. I enjoyed the fact there are only 35 rooms in the hotel and has a more personal feel to it. The staff were fantastic, so friendly and helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them. They recommended some excellent local Roman restaurants.

The actual hotel rooms were lovely and large with nice decor. The bathroom was big with a powerful hot shower (not that common in Rome). The rooms were very clean and warm for us in January.

There was plenty of breakfast: breads, cheese, cereals, pastries, fruits etc. A good to start the day before sightseeing in Rome. There are many reviews on the breakfast room, perhaps the only minus is its location as you have to walk past peoples rooms in the morning, so it may be noisy for those staying in them. But the majority of rooms are on the complete opposite side of the hotel, so you could always ask for a room on the opposite side.

Overall the Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy was excellent value for money and is in a great location from which to go Rome sightseeing. I highly recommend it so please do not overlook this beautiful little hotel.
* Liked Clean and tasteful decorated
* Disliked nothing

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Review of the Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy: The staff were always ready to help and make recommendations...

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We stayed at Hotel Aberdeen Rome Italy during two stages of our Italy trip. The staff were very helpful, we made arrangements to leave some of our luggage behind while on a short trip to the Italian coast. When we returned four days later, they had already moved our luggage from the storage area into our hotel rooms! The staff were always ready to help and make recommendations for restaurants, call cabs, give directions and even reservations for another hotel. I never felt rushed while they were helping us!
The rooms were pleasant, breakfast was nice, and the location was very central. I would recommend the Hotel Aberdeen Rome.

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We were at the hotel Aberdeen Rome for 7 days as part of a Rick Steves tour. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the hotel and will definitely stay here when I return to Rome.

I arranged to stay a day earlier than the tour. Mariano was wonderful and patiently answered all of my questions prior to my arrival in Rome. I utilized their Fiumicino airport pick-up and drop-off service, which was approximately what a Rome Taxi would have cost, I believe it was money well spent for the peace of mind, and hassle free trip.

The location of the hotel Aberdeen couldn't be beat! The hotel is right around the corner from the Rome Metro and the bus station at Termini. Places to eat were numerous and close by (next door, across the street, around the corner)! The Tabacco shop was right there, we went there to buy metro/bus tickets. This was a few doors down from the hotel, right off Via Nazionale Street- a major street with plenty of eating options and shops. Plus the majority of the Rome major sights are in any case within walking distance if you don't want to take the Rome Metro or bus.

The hospitality of the Aberdeen hotel Rome is why I would return. Sabrina and Mariano, the hotel receptionists, were there the majority of the time, and they were the best!! Be sure to ask them about some Rome dinner options! They have a variety of suggestions nearby in the Quirinal neighborhood.

The bedroom and breakfast room attendants were very friendly and accommodating. Our room was in the vicinity of the kitchen so as others have mentioned it's a great wake up call if you need to be going by 5:30 Am, but would be problematic if you were hoping to sleep in.

I enjoyed the superb breakfasts: croissants, pastries, ham, rolls, cereals, fruits, granola, American coffee, juices, and cappuccino! Italians eat later than we do in the U.S. (arriving at dinner by 8pm or later) so breakfasts are lighter and lunch is heavier.

Some tips:
Just around the corner is a late night internet cafe which sells international phone cards. 200 minutes for 5 Euros! You can also use them to call the US from your hotel room with no additional charge! So you can avoid the hassle of cell phones, SIM cards, etc.
There is free computer/internet access in the hotel
At the end of the street is a Mac Donald's if you have withdrawals or need to grab a cup of American coffee after the breakfast room closes.

In the US I am a Sofitel, Westin, Hyatt, Omni hotel kind of gal. But overseas I like to stay in the local establishments. Hotel Aberdeen Rome Italy is a small, quaint, "Inn" style hotel that has a wonderful local flavor. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Liked location, atmosphere
Disliked kitchen noise

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Review of Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy: great place to stay in Rome because of its friendly staff, meticulous cleanliness, and location...

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Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy on Via Firenze is a great place to stay in Rome. It has super friendly staff, it's meticulously clean, and has a handy location. It's only a few of blocks from the Termini train station, a metro stop and numerous bus lines on the Via Nazionale. At the same time, you are able to sleep without the city noises.

The Aberdeen hotel Rome provides two free Internet connected computers. We also were provided with breakfast and there is a mini bar in the room. Prices on mini bar items are equal to the price charged by street vendors.

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Looking at the facade of the Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy doesn't hint that it is a hotel. We were dropped off by our taxi in front of a building with two huge closed doors - like a fortress. There is a small panel to the right with the hotel's name on it. The Hotel staff were pleasant and helped us carry our luggage to the 1st floor.

Getting to our hotel room was like going through a hallway maze. The room size is bigger than the other Rome hotel we stayed in but the interior furnishings are modest. They have an electronic safe which was much appreciated. Some bathroom tiles and tub caulking could use some re-grouting.

Our hotel room was beside the kitchen and as others have pointed out it's quite noisy in the morning. We did not mind this as we used the noise as our wake up call. It was also noisy on the street despite the double glazed window.

They have a good selection for breakfast with cereals and fruits and the usual ham, cheese, breads, etc. They also have a cappuccino machine which we greatly appreciated. They also have Internet to check email and help find Rome attractions.

The location is excellent, close to a Metro station, Repubblica; and once you are on the Metro you can get to most of Rome's attractions. The hotel staff helped us with directions and gave us tips on where to shop.
Overall our stay was pleasant and we would therefore recommend the Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy.
Liked Breakfast and friendly staff
Disliked The noise, the room and mazelike hallways

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Review of Hotel Aberdeen Rome Italy: The Aberdeen Hotel Rome is a Rick Steves recommendation, which usually means that...

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I stayed at the Aberdeen Hotel Rome during Jan 2008 and was very happy with this hotel. The hotel is located near Termini Train/bus station - and being near the transportation hub was important to me. Honestly, I walked almost everywhere when I stayed in Rome. It's a fun city to walk, you see more, and it balances out the overeating!

The hotel Aberdeen is on a quiet street just off a main street. There is no shortage of shops or places to grab a quick bite. I really enjoyed the little mom and pop deli across the street, and went there often. It was nice to have a local non-touristy place across the street where I could go for a toasted sandwich and glass wine - without too much trouble.

The front desk staff at the Aberdeen hotel were always helpful, and are fluent in English. Many nights I would go down just to chat with the young man at the desk. He taught me some Italian, and I guess I taught him a little English. One night I went down and noticed he was on his cellphone, I motioned I would come back later , but he yelled out "no wait I want to exercise my English". That will remain with me forever, as I had no idea he was enjoying our conversations as much as I was.

The hotel room and bathroom were very clean. The room came with everything one would need: Cable TV, telephone, fridge bar, safe, hairdryer, and the heated towel rack. I loved it when I opened the room up for some fresh air, and could see laundry hanging across the buildings. So Italian! The down side was the beds were a little stiff. I also would have to add that being near the breakfast room was my wake up every morning, which I guess was nice since I needed to be up early for my Rome tour group.

I enjoyed the breakfast, it was not a big English breakfast, but a nice Italian one just the same. There was always an abundance of bread, fresh fruit, meat, cheese, cereals and juice etc. I tried to stay away from the internet to remove myself from my distractions back home and just BE in Italy. Although on my last day I went to the computer room to use their free internet service. Great to have it so conveniently located.

I would stay at the Aberdeen hotel Rome Italy again. It is not a five star hotel, but very nice just the same. I hope some day to return to Rome, and put my coin in the Trevi fountain, so I know I will some day return to the Aberdeen Hotel again. Ciao

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The Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy is a Rick Steves recommendation, which usually means that it is an efficient reasonably priced hotel with few bells and whistles. The hotel's location is central and surrounded by a lot of local character.

What I loved about this hotel:
Location; in a great part of Rome and only 2 blocks away from the Metro (subway) stop.
Friendly and helpful service
The free continental breakfast every morning (with delicious cappuccinos)
The Clean rooms
The powerful Shower head is adjustable up/down (tall travelers will appreciate this in Europe)
Free internet access in the Aberdeen hotel's computer room

Dislikes:
The simple continental breakfast seemed a little bland and boring after a few days
I Had to keep the windows closed at night because of the outside noise (and slept with my earplugs in a couple nights)

Overall though, for the price, location and convenience, I would recommend the Aberdeen Hotel Rome Italy for traveling in a city like Rome. It's perfect if you spend the majority of the time out exploring the Rome city center, and do not mind staying in a hotel without fancy linens or lighting. If you are the same way, then you will like the Rome Aberdeen Hotel.

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