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Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy (Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy)

"as far as European 3 star hotels go, this one (Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy) was perfect"

Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy: 3 stars

Location: Via Cavour 117, Esquiline area, Rome Italy

Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy

Description: The Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy is a comfortable, recently renovated 3 star hotel located in the historical center of Rome and very easy to reach from the Termini train station. Hotel Borromeo offers a roof-garden, american bar, private parking and conference room.

The hotels 30 rooms are equipped with air conditioning, private bathroom/shower, mini bar, safe, dial telephone, radio and TV. There is also a free WiFi network, and for business meetings, there is a conference room. The rooftop terrace is an area specifically designated for the buffet breakfast.

Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy

RomanLife 2 cents: The hotel Borromeo is not a luxury hotel but what it lacks in expensive decor it makes up with location, excellent service and value (considering it's position in Central Rome).

This hotel is perfect for tourists to Rome who want to squeeze the most out of their precious time and are looking for a friendly helpful and efficient base to explore from.

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Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy Amenities:

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Air Conditioned
  • Airport shuttle
  • Baby sitting / child services
  • Babysitting / Child Services
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Bath / Hot Tub
  • Business Center
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Concierge
  • Conference Room(s)
  • Currency Exchange
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Hair Dryer
  • Handicap Accessible
  • High-speed Internet
  • Housekeeping
  • In Room Movies
  • Laundry service
  • Medical Assistance Available
  • Mini Bar
  • Modem / Data Port
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Porters
  • Refrigerator
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safe-Deposit Box
  • Sauna
  • TV
  • Wake-up Service


Distance from Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy to the main Rome tourist attractions (walking):

  • Trevi Fountain 1,4 km (0,8 miles)
  • Spanish Steps 1,7 km (1,0 miles)
  • Colosseum 1,2km (0,7 miles)
  • Vatican 3,5 km (2,1 miles)
  • Pantheon 2 km (1,2 miles)
  • Closest Rome metro : Cavour at 0,3 km (0,2 miles)

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Transportation: The Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy is an approximate 10 minutes walk from Termini Station, or a 5 minutes taxi ride from the Termini Station.

The hotel is 30 kilometers from Fiumicino airport (Leonardo Da Vinci Airport) and the taxi takes 45 - 50 minutes (traffic allowing) for a standard fee of €40. From Ciampino airport the taxi ride is 40 - 45 minutes and costs €30.
Alternatively you can book a Shuttle Transfer from Fiumicino Airport which costs about €18.

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Review of Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy: as far as European 3 star hotels go, this one was perfect...

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I stayed at the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy at the beginning of February 2009 for 3 nights. The staff were helpful and they allowed me an early check in at 11:00am - which was incredibly useful. As I was traveling on my own I wanted to be somewhere safe, and I felt safe at the Borromeo Hotel. The hotel room was secure and the location in Central Rome was quite safe.

The hotel room was obviously on the small side, which is standard Rome hotel room size! Nonetheless the room was well equipped, clean and comfortable. The bathroom was big (again for Rome hotel standards) with toilet, bidet, huge sink and mirror; the shower in the bath might have been unsuitable if I was taller, although it was fine for me! Rooms were cleaned and towels were changed everyday. The only downside was the noise of the metro rumbling underneath while lying in bed, and I couldn't pick up the wifi signal in my room on the 1st floor.

Breakfast was hearty: pastries, cereals, yogurt, breads etc. although I must say that the coffee didn't taste especially like coffee, but when you know that you're going to be surrounded by Italian coffee all day, it doesn't matter.

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While located very near to the Roman Colosseum and Termini Train Terminal, I would rate the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy to be slightly below average. We had problems with both hotel rooms. We were not able to adjust the heating system and had to open the windows to keep the rooms bearable. The rooms were average in cleanliness and size, there were other minor problems that would require a minimum amount of maintenance to get the rooms up to par.

The problem with the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy is that the management does not seem to keep up with maintenance in the facility. I found the rate of the hotel slightly high, it includes breakfast, but the breakfast offered was of low quality. The bottom line is that the rate charged for the hotel is more that what it is worth.

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We hadn't planned on staying at the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy when we arrived in Rome, in fact, we hadn't made a Rome hotel reservation at all. We made our way from the Fiumicino airport to Termini station to the internet cafe. We found the Borromeo Hotel on the internet and basically, it was only a short walk from Termini station.

We arrived with no reservation and my boyfriend explained that he had seen a rate on a website, and they honored the price we saw. They did not have to do that. We found the location perfect and to be quite central. After a few days we felt like we belonged in the neighborhood, people would wave to us as we walked by shops, restaurants, etc.

Our room 110 was just the right size, it overlooked the street. If you want quiet, get out of the center of Rome or book a 5 star Rome hotel (although I've read some reviews of noisy 5 star hotels in Rome too). When I'm in a new city I want to hear see smell and touch everything. At the same time when the double windows were closed we had complete silence. I've stayed at expensive hotels in Rome London and Paris that were shoe boxes, as far as European 3 star hotels go, this one was perfect.

Some people complained about breakfast, personally, I didn't go to Rome for bacon and eggs. Sure breakfast wasn't a feast but it was a great start to the day. Croissants, breads, rolls, cereals, coffee or tea, perfectly fine. When in Rome, plus Italians don't eat big breakfasts. To all the naysayers if you expect the Ritz, pay for it! Thank You Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy, I'll stay again and recommend it to friends.

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Some friends of mine suggested that I reserve the Hotel Borromeo in Rome Italy. I used to go to Italy for business reasons, especially Rome and Milan. When I choose a Hotel, I always try to find something central. This Hotel was a nice surprise. It is a small, lovely hotel in Rome city center. Close to a Rome metro station (useful for me to reach my business appointments) and very close to the Roman Coliseum and the shopping areas.

The hotel room was clean and large, and the hotel common areas were also clean. There is a free wifi connection, which was a great bonus for me as I need to use my pc often. I stayed there for 3 nights and I ve already reserved my next stay for December 2009! It was a nice surprise discover that the manager spoke a little Russian, It felt like home :)

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Stayed for a quick two nights in Rome at the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy, we had pre booked through Expedia. We paid around £270 for two nights assuming the hotel would be nice and clean, unfortunately we were sadly disappointed. The full breakfast is anything but, free juice in plastic cups with some pastries and cereals. You could buy better from the supermarket for a few Euros per person.

On our first night we were given "the flat", if this is offered to you, do not go in. It's a large flat that opens onto the main street of Cavour that shows signs of being broken into before. The door is unsecured and marked and the room is very very noisy - either the main street, or the metro line directly underneath. Imagine mini earthquakes every ten minutes.

There's also a boiler sound in the room. The general condition of the room is well used, but standard for cleanliness. On our second night we moved to a superior room in the hotel proper. This was very clean with fresh linen, the only complaint would be the lingering smell of tobacco smoke drifting down the corridor, and the fact that the windowsill looked like it had been used as an ashtray years ago.

The hotel staff were always very very courteous and good though. Definitely the hotels strong point.

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Review of the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy: Clean, comfortable, a fantastic location...

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In my view the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy was reasonably priced for Rome Hotels. Clean, comfortable, a fantastic location and perfect for a short city break in Rome. It is on a very busy street but the hotel rooms have shutters and double glazing which blocks out the street noise when shut. The buzz of the street, in my opinion, adds to the charm of the hotel. We loved peering out of our window and watching Roman life and culture - it is right in the middle of the 'life' of Rome!

It was 30 degrees when we were in Rome, the air conditioning worked perfectly and we were more than comfortable during both day and night. The rooms are not massive but hotels rooms in Italy and Europe never are, unless you want to pay loads! The hotel rooms in the Borromeo Hotel were certainly bigger than I expected. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and I know they appreciated my attempt to speak Italian - however poor!!
To sum up, I think the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy is a great find for a short Rome city break, for the money we paid I was more than happy!

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We were 3 adults: my husband, my mother in law (in her 70's) and I, on a 4 day mini stay in Rome.

We had a double room on the second floor (room 215) at the back of the hotel and my mom in law had a single room (204) on the second floor towards the front of the hotel. After 2 nights we requested if she could be moved to the back of the hotel because of the morning traffic noise.

The Hotel Borromeo is situated on the long Via Cavour road, it has some pubs and restaurants. The Hotel is within easy reach on the Termini bus terminal (a 10 minute walk through the main busy streets). The Hotel looks a little rough from the outside, because of the graffiti, but Rome is covered in it everywhere. The restaurant has about 10 breakfast tables and a central area with bread, cakes, yogurt, cereals, boiled eggs, butter, jams, milk, orange juice, tea and coffee. Breakfast is self-service.

The hotel rooms are very small but comfortable and clean. Only one pillow each, if you need more you will need to ask (we did and they delivered promptly). Sheets are changed daily, there is a bedside table each side with a small drawer and lamp, a dressing table with drawers and a built in wardrobe with some shelving and small hanging space. There is about a foot either side and at the base of the bed for additional room. The television has a remote control with one channel in English, CNN. There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the room which proved to be a real negative. Having said that, the receptionist will make you a hot drink if you want one, which will be charged to your room and you must collect it yourselves. The safety deposit box is functional and situated in the wardrobe. The bathroom has toilet, bidet and sink area and the tiniest bath I have ever seen! The shower is basically a showerhead in the bath, but itís hot and powerful. Large bath towels were provided and changed every day, and small hand towels. The bedroom very warm with easy to use temperature controls and air conditioning.

In general the hotel could do with a bit of sprucing up. We really used the hotel just to shower, change and sleep. We would recommend the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy to youngsters who need somewhere to shower, change and sleep. There are a lot of hotels in Rome, all very close to the main Rome attractions, with some very reasonable rates. You canít go wrong with the Quirinal area as everything is in close proximity to all the attractions. If you make a booking at the Borromeo and are a light sleeper I suggest you donít get a room facing the main road, it gets very noisy in the mornings with traffic (mainly motorbikes/mopeds)

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After searching on the internet for ages for a well received hotel in a good location I stumbled across Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy. According to almost all of the reviews for Hotel Borromeo it was a winner, and my experience was no different! It is situated in a quiet area near the Termini station, Borromeo was within easy walking distance of Rome historic city center and the big Colosseum! Rooms were nicely decorated, clean, extremely well sound-proofed, and the staff spoke good English. My only complaint was our reservation at Borromeo was for a room with a bath, and ours only had a shower. All in all I was very pleased and would recommend the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy to any traveler to Rome.

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We stayed at the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy for two nights in late November 2005. Our hotel room was small but comfortable and clean. Decor consisted of white/green walls, dark wooden furniture and parquet flooring, it's simple but attractive. The reception and communal areas were decorated in a similar style. We were on the first floor facing Via Cavour. There was some noise from the traffic and the subway below but neither were intrusive.

The Bathroom was ok although a wall mounted shower would have been welcome. Breakfast consisted of a continental buffet: rolls, pastries, ham, cheese, cereals, juices and coffee. The food was fresh and tasted ok but lacked selection. The service was fine , and the staff, when asked, were helpful and informative.

The quirinal area around the hotel was ok, there is a lot of graffiti, nevertheless, this is a thriving commercial area and we never felt unsafe. The Hotel is very well placed for the Termini station and for the Colosseum/Forum , Pantheon, all just 10 minutes walk away.
On the whole I would recommend the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy, it is clean, comfortable and in a good central location in Rome. For 90 Euros a night including bed and breakfast for two people in central Rome (late Nov) it offers good value.

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Review of Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy: only 10 minutes walking to the Colosseum and the Piazza Venezia...

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We found the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy to be very agreeable, well positioned, close to Termini Station, an just a few steps from Santa Maria Maggiore. Plus only 10 minutes walking to the Colosseum and the Piazza Venezia. From Piazza Venezia you can take via del Corso and you will be close to the other important monuments of Rome (Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi (Trevi fountain), Piazza Navona etc.)

The breakfast was sufficient and complete compared with other 3 star hotels in Rome Italy and Europe (we live in Spain). Of course after a few days breakfast is the same and the coffee and juice are only ok. Out hotel room (112) was with double bed and sleeping couch for our 4 year old. Our room was away from the main street, so we had no problems with noise and slept fine. We did notice small vibrations coming from the Rome Metro line beneath the building but at no time did it bother us.

Tips. If you want to visit the museums and monuments of Rome for free and get free Rome public transport I suggest you purchase the Roma Pass.Costs 22 Ä and is valid for 3 days. Of course it doesn't get you into the Vatican Museums but we got into the Colosseum and Roman Forums. We spent 4 fantastic days in Rome and really appreciated the beauty of the city of Rome. The Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy offers the perfect destination to do it from, and also a great retreat after the longs hours of sightseeing in Rome. I can't wait to return to Rome!

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My wife and I stayed for 5 nights at the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy, and had a family quad room with our sons, aged 13 and 11. The room was compact, but big enough. The hotel location in central Rome suited us very well, and we were made very welcome by the staff.

The rooftop terrace is a welcome bonus, as was the breakfast included in the price. The free wireless internet access was a pleasant surprise (there was no access from our room but it worked well on the 3rd floor terrace). If you want to connect to the internet you need to get an access code card from reception, and you need your passport or other id for this. Our room did not overlook Via Cavour and were therefore not disturbed by street noise. I imagine it can be quite noisy if you overlook Via Cavour.
We'd happily stay at the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy again.

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We've just returned from a 5 night stay at the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy and a fantastic time in Rome. We arrived in the late evening and to be perfectly honest the first impression of our room was not brilliant. The following morning with the curtains and shutters thrown back we found the room to be very light, airy and sunny. We had a "suite" on the third floor with an outside terrace area. A shame we didn't really have the weather to enjoy it.

The hotel room was basic and needed a little TLC but on the whole it was very clean with towels and linens changed daily.
The perfect Rome location, easy walking distance from the Colosseum area, Termini station and most other tourist areas of Rome. Even the Vatican city was do-able if you put your mind to it. Lots of great Rome restaurants within strolling distance from the hotel which were very inviting after a long day on your feet (and also great after a bottle of red and an Amaretto with your dinner!)

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Review of Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy: I'm glad we booked the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy over other hotels that we considered ...

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- We were looking for a reasonably priced hotel in Rome with a good location (not always easy to find). I'm glad we booked the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy over other hotels that we considered. The position was perfect for exploring Rome. It was only a five minute walk from the main Termini station and plus there was another metro station just down the road (Cavour Metro).

From the outside the hotel looks nice and the reception area is impressive. I must admit I was slightly disappointed with the room when we first arrived, as it could have done with a touching up, however, it was very clean and had all the necessary facilities, such as safe, TV, hairdryer and even a mini bar.

The breakfast was ok, but I would guess that most of the hotels in Rome serve similar things. We found bread, cheese, ham, eggs, cereals etc. There are plenty of restaurants located very close to the hotel (literally 20 seconds away) mainly pizzeria's, where you can sample some great Roman cuisine. This is great if you fancy a meal or some drinks without going far.

Overall I would definitely recommend the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy, even if its only for the great location - it really is an ideal base for seeing Rome as it's so easy to get to the train station, and it's also within walking distance to plenty of nice restaurants, bars and all the monuments and historical sites of Rome.

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The Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy is situated about five minutes walk from the termini Station and a ten minute walk from the Colosseum. It is on a main road (Via Cavour) but we didn't suffer any road noises. The room was fine, not huge but not cramped either. It had a bath, shower, safe and TV - only CNN in English. The breakfast was nice, there were croissants, cereals, meats, eggs, yogurts, tea and coffee were on offer and served until 10.

The hotel room was cleaned every day and the staff at reception were extremely helpful. They provided maps and guide books of Rome, and recommended restaurants and places to see in Historic Rome. Comparing other hotels in Rome, for the money I would stay at Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy again. We paid 100 Euros per night for a triple room. I rate the Borromeo Hotel above average because of the location and price. There is cheaper, but will they be able to offer the same?

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We stayed in the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy a few weeks ago in January 2009, and we found it really beautiful. The hotel is newly refurbished and we had a lovely room with a decorated ceiling, large and very clean. Great marble bathroom, mini bar, fridge, private safe, great air conditioning system, and pay tv. We asked for room service at 1am and the service was fast.

There is a nice terrace on the top where breakfast is served. It's a rich buffet with all you need to start your day of touring in Rome. We were able walk from the Hotel to the most important sights of Rome. There are some restaurants in the area, one just in front the hotel which is open till late every night (very useful!). We like the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy very much, and will return again.

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The Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy is good value for money with a reasonable breakfast, but the rooms are small. Hotel Borromeo is central to - the Colosseum, the main cultural sites of Rome, the metro (note: you can hear / feel the metro trains from within your room) and restaurants / bars. The staff are friendly, we were able to leave our luggage on both our first day prior to checking in and on the last day. We didn't use the hotel bar as there is no place to sit down, however my son ordered a couple of bottles of water which were just 1 Euro each.

All in all, with the current Pound / Euro rates the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy is a good value central Rome Hotel. Only the area around the bed was small and we had no view, but it was clean.

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My fiancee and I stayed at the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy for three nights in Rome in February 2008. We payed 100 Euros a night, which is a little expensive for a hotel but at the end it's a hotel in Central historic Rome and so well worth it. It's four blocks from Termini train station which is convenient if you're travelling to another city in Italy or using Rome public transport (it's the main hub for the Metro, buses, trains, tourist buses etc.) The hotel is easy to find because you land in Fiumicino airport and just take the Leonardo express train to termini station. walk four blocks straight down Via Cavour and you're there. No need to bother with the crazy side streets and alleyways throughout Rome.

A buffet breakfast was served every morning on the third floor which had a nice garden view. Breakfast is European style with lunch meats, plenty of bread, cereals, coffee, cheese, orange/grapefruit juice and sweet rolls. The hotel room seemed small but our bed was massive and the bathroom was very clean and roomy. I'm a big guy and a comfortable shower stall is a luxury. The concierge spoke several languages and was pleased to help. It is only about four blocks maybe five from the Roman colloseum and very close to most tourist attractions in Rome, such as the Vatican, Spanish steps, Trevi fountain (very near), Pantheon, Piazza del Popolo, Santa Maria Maggiore (very near), Bocca della Verita (mouth of Truth), Roman Forums etc. Also, if you visit the spanish steps (piazza di Spagna) by subway, the trevi fountain and Pantheon are within walking distance (from the Spagna Metro stop). If you need reccommendations for a non touristy nice Italian restaurant just ask the concierge, he knows some great spots. I didn't enjoy the food in Rome compared to northern Italy, such as FLorence and Venice, but there are a few hot spots. Overall, the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy is great because of it's location and service. The room is small but extremely comfortable and I would definitely recommend the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy to all..

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My family of 5 stayed at the Borromeo Hotel Rome Italy the second week of July 2008. Our hotel suite consisting of two rooms with a bath. There was construction work on the street below us but the double glazed windows kept the noise out. The air conditioning was great and cooled us down after a long hot day sightseeing through Rome. The hotel is extremely close to the Roman Forum, Colosseum, St. Mary Major, the Roma subway, and restaurants, that I could forgive the broken plaster on the walls. The staff was friendly and explained how to catch the subway and buses to various places in Rome. We arranged a shuttle transfer from Fiumicino airport which was well worth the money so as not to have to drag our luggage through the train station and down the street after a long flight. We think we got a bargain at Hotel Borromeo Rome Italyand and were well pleased with our visit in Rome.

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I made a reservation for Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy and then came across some iffy reviews of Hotel Borromeo that left me a little nervous about everything. Our concerns weren't justified, we were pleasantly surprised.

The Hotel Borromeo is perfectly located within easy access to Termini Station, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and many other beautiful sites in Rome Ė it is impossible to be near to all the attractions of Rome - there are so many and Rome is a big city. Our hotel room wasnít enormous but very adequate and clean and included the very important air conditioning. The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful, and I couldnít ask for anything more. Anyway, you donít need anything more than a bed with clean sheets and a bathroom, there are too many things to see and do than spend time in a hotel room in Rome.

To sum it up, for Ä100 a night including breakfast (try getting a nice hotel in London for that) Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy contributed to making my birthday trip to Rome a perfect occasion and we will definitely use this Hotel when we return to Rome

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I spent a weekend at the Borromeo hotel Rome Italy and I must disagree with one of the reviewers who advises getting another hotel. The hotel was very good and not run down at all. Yes, it's on a busy street but most streets in Rome are busy. There is no garage but inquiring about such things before making a hotel reservation may help to avoid any aggravation. The hotel is centrally located and close to Rome historical sites. It's about 3 blocks from Termini Station and 3 or 4 blocks from the Colosseum and Roman Forum. It only takes about 10 minutes to walk down to both of those and maybe a leisurely half hour stroll to get to the Fontana di Trevi and Spanish steps (you'll see lots of other wonderful Rome sites on the way) The hotel itself is quaint and the reception staff were absolutely superb; smiling, friendly, courteous, and helpful.

Checking into Borromeo hotel was a breeze. As far as the rooms are concerned, for the states standards, you may find them small, but they are nice and clean. The television is (obviously) mostly Italian channels; they do have CNN, but who goes to Rome to watch television? The bathroom was neat tidy but took a bit of manuevering to use the shower. There was a typically continental breakfast, delicious pastries, cereals, ham, cheese, yogurts, coffee, tea, juice. The breakfast room is located on the rooftop terrace on the third floor, it's charming and most importantly, I didn't have to wait to get my breakfast. There are plenty of great Rome restaurants nearby. The food in Rome was delicious. All in all, I'd say the Hotel Borromeo Rome Italy was a great place to stay and I'll definitely stay there again when I go back to Rome.

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