Rome Hotel Near Trevi:
Tritone hotel Rome Italy & Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy

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1st recommended Rome Hotel near Trevi Fountain:

Tritone hotel Rome Italy, 3 stars
Location: Via Del Tritone 210, Trevi, Rome Italy

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Description: Tritone Hotel Rome Italy is situated in the heart of the Capital, and only one hundred meters from the Trevi Fountain. Recently restructured, the Hotel offers comfortable sound-proofed rooms. All rooms (located over five floors) are accessible by lift and have modern decor with a retro feel. Amenities include air conditioning, cable television, complimentary newspapers, direct-dial phones, hair dryers, wireless Internet access and minibars.

The roof garden which is available for breakfast in summer, gives a panoramic view over Rome. The multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can advise on sightseeing and local Rome attractions. They can also organize guided walks and Rome bus tours on request. Other practical amenities include room service, valet parking (surcharge), currency exchange, and a dry cleaning service.

rome hotel near trevi fountain

The trevi fountain area is surrounded by history and charm, and is in the center of a virtual triangle made up of the Colosseum, Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps.

Romanlife 2 cents: Regarding decor, comforts and service, the chances are that at the Tritone hotel Rome Italy you will receive slightly better value for money than you would at another 3 star Rome hotel near Trevi fountain. The advantage of staying here is also the proximity of most of Rome's main tourist attractions! The Tritone hotel Rome Italy is ideal for those who want a comfortable centrally located hotel in Rome and want Rome's wonderful sights, sounds and activities within easy grasp.

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2nd recommended Rome Hotel near Trevi Fountain:

Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy, 4 stars
Location: Via di Sant Eufemia 5, Trevi, Rome Italy

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Description: Completely renovated, the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy has a welcoming reception hall and a warm atmosphere. Located in the heart of Rome's historical centre it is close to the Roman Forum, Colosseum, and most of Rome's main monuments, in addition it's close to all the important Rome shopping areas, like Via Margutta, Via del Corso and Via Condotti.

The hotel's "Glass Bar & Restaurant", is quite innovative and charming. It serves up relaxing aperitifs and exciting dinners. They serve up an array of Italian traditional cuisine and also some recipes from the Orient.

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Romanlife 2 cents: At Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy your experience will be that much more unique than most other 4 star Rome hotels. Take full advantage of their outdoor dining facilities and their "Glass Bar". Another advantage would be the proximity of most of Rome's main tourist attractions! The Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy is ideal for those who want a comfortable, unique and centrally located hotel in Rome within easy grasp of Rome's wonderful sights, sounds and activities.

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Distance from the Trevi Fountain to Rome's main tourist attractions (walking):

  • Piazza Venezia 0.7 km (0,4 miles)
  • Spanish Steps 0.6 km (0,35 miles)
  • Colosseum 1.5 km (1 mile)
  • Vatican 2,3 km (1,4 miles)
  • Closest Rome metro : Barberini 0.5 km (0,3 miles)  or Spagna 0.6 km (0,4 miles)

See a map showing the position of these and other Rome hotels near Trevi fountain. We also have a page dedicated to the Trevi fountain Rome area - things to do, transport, shopping, nightlife etc.

Transportation: The Trevi fountain area is an approximate 5 minute taxi ride from the central Termini station. Alternatively it may be reached by Metro line A stopping at the Barberini stop. The hotels are then a 5-minute walk (500 meters - 600 yards) from the Barberini stop.

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.

See other transport options (trains and buses) to and from Fiumicino Airport and Ciampino Airport Rome.

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We stayed in the Tritone hotel Rome Italy from October 29 through November 2 2008. We were 5 in total, 2 adults and 3 children, and we booked a suite on the 5th floor. The rooms were a little small but we didn't need more as we spent most our time outdoors discovering Rome. The place was clean and elegant and the bathroom was very comfortable. The breakfast area on the rooftop is wonderful. Everything is good with the exception of the dreadful orange juice. The reception area is small and the staff at times a little abrupt, but usually nice and helpful. We had a wonderful stay and would recommend Tritone Hotel Rome Italy.

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We stayed for 4 days at the Tritone Hotel Rome Italy and found it comfortable and clean. It's location in Rome is very central and the breakfasts were good. The only fault we could find was that the stairs leading from the front door to the check in counter were a little difficult to navigate with suitcases, but the porter was very helpful.

The staff were always helpful. I quite liked the little elevator (that some didn't like) which was very different from all the new high tech stuff. Breakfast was good, simple and a appropriate for the start of a days sightseeing in Rome.

The location is excellent, right next to the Fontana di Trevi, plus all major sights are within walking distance.
We loved Roma and would stay at the Tritone hotel Rome Italy again.

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May 2006. We very much enjoyed our stay at the Tritone hotel Rome Italy from the moment we saw the room. The hotel is in a transition stage. The 4th and 5th floors have been refurbished.

The bed was firm and comfortable with a futon mattress and a music channel placed above your head. We enjoyed their selection of music so much (instrumental with a decidedly international flavour) that we requested the source from the hotel.

They have a small, flat screen TV which I believe comes with computer ports in the room. The wood panelling along with the sleek stainless steel lamps was a striking combination. The bathroom was very comfortable and modernized as well. The best floor of the hotel to stay on at the moment is the 4th floor.

The breakfast room is a glass terrace with a nice view overlooking Rome while you eat.
You are just around the corner from the Trevi Fountain. The Tritone hotel has a small lobby and there is no lounge, but the new rooms and convenience factor are more than enough for us to recommend the Tritone hotel Rome Italy to anyone.

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My husband and I stayed at the Tritone hotel Rome Italy for the 2nd week of our European honeymoon. We tried staying at the Grand Flora Rome Marriott, but were not able to use our points, so we found this hotel instead.

Positive: The hotel's location is ideal and very central, you can walk to almost everything. The room (on 5th floor) was clean, and modern, with an updated bathroom, funky music piped in, and the room had a flat screen TV. The free breakfast on the top floor was very nice.

Negative: Small hotel room, and we would have hoped for at least a queen or king sized bed. Instead, we had 2 twin beds, which separated during the night, and one of us would end up on the floor in-between the beds! The elevator was very tiny and one day my husband had a backpack on and was unable to turn around while standing in the elevator! The pillows and mattresses were VERY hard and my ears were numb when I woke up in the morning, we both slept terribly.

We ended up staying at the Tritone hotel Rome Italy only 3 of the 6 nights that we originally intended. My husband insisted that we try to get into the Marriott, and luckily were able to use our points for the remaining nights. I felt bad about leaving, as the staff was very friendly & accommodating, and you can tell that they are proud of their little hotel, but I think we must be a little sensitive when it comes to beds.

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After reading some of the mixed reviews about the Tritone hotel Rome Italy, I was a little worried. The only negative thing that I found is that the hotel is on a busy road and therefore has noise from passing traffic, but after a day of Roman sightseeing you will probably be too tired to notice it - we didn't. I booked two rooms, both of which had been refurbished and were of a very high standard. The bedding and towels were immaculate as was the hotel room and the whole hotel. Breakfast was plentiful with a wide variety of items to suit every taste.

The hotel is situated just around the corner from the Trevi Fountain and is within easy walking distance of all of the major attractions of Rome. I would have no doubt in highly recommending the Tritone hotel Rome Italy. If you have never been to Rome before you are in for a treat as it is a fabulous place.

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My partner and I stayed at the hotel Tritone Rome Italy for two nights in November 2008. The hotel was booked for us by the company which I had to visit in Rome. Unfortunately we were assigned room 201. Truly terrible: hardly space to move about, old furniture and an exceedingly basic bathroom. Luckily a colleague and his wife who had also been checked into the Tritone hotel Rome Italy and so we could compare hotel rooms and realised that not all the hotel rooms were as tiny and bad.

We spoke with the receptionist amidst a lot of humming and haa'ing and there were apparrantly only rooms available at the front of the hotel which has a high traffic noise. Eventually we managed to get another room at the back of the hotel, in fact at the superior floor. These are the pictures which you see on their website. Don't get too exited though - these rooms are still quite standard and the beds are quite basic. Our bathroom was very good though, and new!

When we arrived at the Hotel Tritone the very small lift was out of action - next day it was repaired but by the evening it was out of order again. The poor porter had to lug all the luggage up and down the stairs.

Good points: We were not charged for a room upgrade and the small mini bar bill was credited because of our troubles. The (male) receptionists were on the whole very helpful and the location is excellent!

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I was moved from the Tritone Hotel Rome Italy to a sister hotel "Hotel White" because of refurbishments. I was initially quite unhappy about this, but they gave us a superior room (which wasn't grand but nice enough) so I didn't mind too much once we arrived back at Tritone.

The hotel's location is superb. Opposite there is a bus terminal and around the corner is a local supermarket where bottles of water cost 33c (about 20p)!! The Trevi Fountain was 2 minutes away and all the other Rome sights were within walking distance.

The staff were friendly, Brekkie was lovely, the room was cleaned every day. The shower was great but the cubicle was tiny (if you're a large person it's going to be tough to squeeze in).

I would recommend this hotel if you didn't want anything too elegant. The most important thing for us was that it was clean and the staff were nice. It was noisy at night because of the main road so if you're a light sleeper I would not recommend it!

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The Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy was perfect in every way. Perhaps a little pricier than we would have liked but certainly worth every penny and more. The location is perfect for seeing all of Rome. There is a restaurant where we had Easter Dinner that was divine. The breakfast was comprehensive and a great start to a good day touring Rome. The room was very very large and the staff spectacular. They remembered who you were and recommended great Rome restaurants depending on your appetite and taste. Oh, and the rooftop patio and its views over Rome was nothing short of spectacular. Stay here if you can.

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We visited Rome the first week of November 2008 and had an amazing time. Rome is a very easy city to navigate and everything is within reasonable walking distance. After all the stories I heard of pick-pockets and roving Gypsies I was a bit concerned. Of course like in any big city you should always be cautious of your surroundings, but I only felt very safe walking around Rome, even at night. There were always a lot of people out and about and so many people looking at maps that you won't feel like the "only" tourist trying to figure out where you're at.

We stayed at the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy for 4 nights. Its location is close to the Roman Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Piazza Navona, Spanish Steps, Campo de Fiori, Capitoline Museum etc. This was my first visit to Rome so being central made it very easy to walk everywhere which made the experience so much richer as every square inch of Rome is a magnificent work of art not to be missed. Plus the area around the hotel was very safe.

From Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo da Vinci) we took an "official" taxi from the queue just outside arrivals. We were solicited by some "unofficial" taxis, but ignored them. The cab cost a standard rate of 40 + 2.50 for each bag and a tip. The Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy offer a limousine service for 50 from the airport, a touch more than a cab ride but a great alternative if you plan ahead.

I payed $160 USD per night for Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy, which I thought was a very reasonable price considering the quality and location of the hotel. The hotel staff were courteous and always very accommodating. We arrived at about 8:30 Am and were allowed to check in early at no extra cost, really nice since we were beat after a long flight. A very nice young man carried our luggage to our room and did not accept a tip.

We used a key card to get into the area where the rooms were and of course a key card to get into our room, which made us feel very safe. The room was not big, but met all our needs, a place to sleep, shower and some meals. The room was very clean as was the entire hotel. The bed and the pillows were a bit firm for my taste, but that seems to be the standard in Italy. In the room there was an armoire that locked and had a safe inside. Very handy to store larger valuables. The hotel is located in a side street, so it was very quiet in our room, so we had the windows open as it was rather warm during our stay.

The bathroom was a tight squeeze, especially the shower. I am small but could still barely turn around. There was always plenty of hot water and the water pressure was powerful so I wouldn't base my decision to stay here on some minor inconveniences. A hairdryer was provided with nice little amenities like Q-tips, Kleenex, nail file, shampoo, soap, shower cap, etc. In the evening the chambermaid left us candies and turned down our bed!

A delicious buffet breakfast was included in the price of the hotel room at the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy, and served from 7:30 - 9:30 Am Eggs, meats, cheese, croissants, muffins, breads, spreads, cereals, yogurts, fresh fruit, juice, coffee. Breakfast was plentiful and kept us filled for our long treks around the city of Rome. We did try the hotel restaurant one evening when we were too tired to trek out for dinner. It was reasonably priced and the food was good, but then you'd have a hard time eating a bad meal in Rome or Italy. There was also an excellent restaurant just round the corner from the Cosmopolita hotel, "Trattoria Melo", a small family owned place. The grilled squid was delicious and the owner was charming. I would definitely have gone back if we had more time. The hotel had a stunning rooftop terrace with an awesome view of Rome, where you could sit and have a cocktail.

The lobby has Wi-Fi hotspot for internet, alternatively for a few bucks you could use a computer located in the lobby. Additionally each room had internet connection via the television for $9, which came in handy when I had an emergency that needed taking care of.

The reception staff provided us with a street map of Rome that included all the Rome street names, making it really easy to find our way around. They were very helpful in providing directions and advice. When it was time for us to leave, they called us a cab and told us exactly how much it would cost to the Termini train station. It cost 10 and was worth it as it would have been quite a trek with luggage.

Overall Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy is a very nice hotel and very reasonable priced, great staff, great location, clean rooms, good breakfast. I would definitely stay there again and recommend it to anyone.

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We just returned from a wonderful trip to Rome and the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy. We stayed at the hotel for 5 nights and booked it through Romanlife and HotelsCombined.

Location: The hotel is central and in the heart of Rome, basically across the street from the Victor Emmanuel monument/Capitol Hill and directly behind Trajan's column. It is about a 10 minute walk from the Colosseum and Metro line B, one block from a major bus stop (Piazza Venezia and Corso), and a 15 minute walk from the Spanish Steps, 5-10 minutes from the Trevi fountain and the Roman Pantheon.

The room is larger than other rooms which we have stayed in Europe and well decorated. The beds were firm but comfortable. There is a safe in the room for which you must get a key from the front desk. The bathroom is large and includes a bidet. Although the bathtub is very high and would be difficult to get in and out for older individuals. The maid service was excellent.

The front desk was very helpful, especially Bruno. They sent up a bottle of Prosecco to our room with a nice "happy anniversary" note!(I had mentioned this in an e-mail to them as the reason for our visit to Rome) a very nice touch!

Breakfast was very good and consisted of both hot and cold items, coffee (excellent cappuccino) and juices. Plenty of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, various pastries and breads, cereals, meats and cheeses, and fruit.

Getting there: Taxis from Fiumicino airport are approximately 40 Euros. We didn't take a cab because of everything I heard/read about unscrupulous cab drivers. The Leonardo Express train from the airport to Termini costs 11 euros each and leaves every 30 minutes and then you can take Metro Line B to Laurentina and stop at Colosseo. It is about a 10 minute walk from the Colosseum. A number of buses go to Piazza Venezia including the number 40 (an express bus), the H, and the no.64. The hotel is a block from the bus stop on Santa Eufemia and you can look for the Glass restaurant and bar (part of hotel).

Some handy Hints for Rome:
1. We used Rick Steves' Rome 2018 which more than paid for itself! I highly recommend it to everyone!
2. Buy yourself a Roma Pass from the airport (Terminal C at the Tourist Information Desk or TI) or Termini station for 25 Euros. It contains a card which you can use at different sites for free admission, including the Colosseum/Roman Forum/Palatine Hill and National Museum of Rome. It Also includes a 3 day Metro Pass that you can use for any bus or Metro (but not the Leonardo Express - Rome airport train). The Metro pass alone is worth 11 Euros!
3. Beware of pickpockets! We used a money belt (NOT fanny pack), worn under my husband's shirt, and I used a pouch worn around my neck and placed under my top. Do not store anything of value in your pockets.
4. Wear sturdy comfortable shoes as the cobblestoned streets are very rough on your feet.
Thank you Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy!

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If you are endlessly searching for a solid hotel, you should consider the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy. The first 2 nights of our trip in Rome we stayed at a hotel close to the Vatican city, but switched to the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy for the remaining five days, so that we could be in the center of Rome.

As many other reviews I have noted, the location of your Rome hotel is important. We were within 10-15 minutes walking distance to Trevi Fountain, the Forum, Palatine Hill, Capitol Hill, the Colosseum, and the Pantheon, and other nearby Rome tourist sights. It was wonderful to stroll nearby our hotel and see all these sites lit up at night. However if you do not want to walk, Piazza Venezia is where virtually ALL the buses stop and there are also taxi stands. It's only two blocks away!

During our stay, the hotel itself was comfortable and exceptionally clean. The area around the hotel also felt very safe, and located next to a municipal building with a constant police presence. The concierges were helpful and booked restaurant reservations for us on three different occasions. We noticed throughout our stay that the concierges helped guests in English, German, French and Italian. And our flight did not leave until 23:30Pm on our last day, the hotel accommodated our request for a late check-out (20:30Pm) so that we could shower and change after a day of Rome sightseeing (it cost 100 Euros for the late check-out).

Since this was just a short get away, my boyfriend and I were looking for a good hotel (clean and comparable to a standard Hilton or Omni hotel in the US) to enjoy a leisurely paced Rome vacation with easily access to sights and transportation. Of course you can find a more luxurious hotel in Rome, but this is a great hotel and served all our purposes.

TIP: Getting to the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy from Fiumicino Airport: For 13 Euros you can take a shuttle from the airport train station to your hotel. It's worth the money, time, and hassle since a train ticket from the airport to the Termini train station in the city costs 11 Euros and then you would still have to take a cab, subway or walk to your hotel from Termini station. A taxi from the airport costs roughly 40 Euros.

Departing from Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy to Fiumicino Airport: Most buses are located half a block from the Cosmopolita, you can get to Termini train station (in three stops or less). The bus costs 1 Euro. From Termini, you can take the Leonardo express train to the airport for 11 Euros.

We Loved:

The Scavi tour (Vatican Necropolis). Reservation is required;
Riding bikes and seeing archaeological sites on the Appian Way;
Our tour of the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and the Forum (in our opinion, this was substantially better than our Vatican tour);
Chianti Wine Bar and Restaurant near Trevi Fountain; and
That Prada (at the bottom of the Spanish Steps) was cheaper in Euros than buying in dollars back home.

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The Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy is located in the center of the historical part of Rome, you can walk to all major attractions in half an hour or less. The room was small but spotlessly clean and very comfortable. Breakfast was very good, a full buffet with all you need in the morning to keep you walking till noon. It is recommended to have a drink in the glass coffee shop in the hotel and admire the view.

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The staff at Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy are friendly and helpful and provide great service. The breakfast offers something for everyone - from yogurt to sausage, and the food in the restaurant throughout the day is fantastic. The onion soup is extraordinary as is the cheese/honey appetizer, and the pastas and wine! The hotel rooms are clean and well decorated. The hotel is situated near everything necessary. We walked past Trevi Fountain nearly everyday and were in walking distance of the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon, Largo Argentina, shopping, restaurants, Metro, tour bus stops, buses, and taxis. ROME IS A WONDERFUL CITY!

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After reading all the positive reviews, we decided to stay at the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy despite the fact that it was a little more than we budgeted. But after researching hotels in Rome I found that 150 Euros a night was fairly reasonable. And the location was definitely perfect. But you have to be so careful in Rome because it seems sometimes like everyone is trying to scam you in some way and this hotel was no exception, unfortunately.

Upon arriving at the hotel we were pleased to see it was clean, modern and upscale. But when I was checking in, the man at the desk seemed to hesitate a bit as he looked at my reservation. I then saw him cross out the room I was originally given and change it to another room number. He then gave our room key to the bellman, without telling us the room number or giving us the option of taking the luggage ourselves, a bit unnerving. I was also a little unnerved that the security system not only requires a key card to get into the main part of the hotel, but also to get out, which seems scary in the event of an emergency. Anyway it was somewhat convenient to have the bellman since the hotel is somewhat oddly shaped and even when you take the lift, you usually have to take some more stairs to get to your room.

When we reached our hotel room, number 114, it was essentially a long, narrow hallway with 2 single beds lined up, one behind the other with a bed stand between them. The bathroom was tiny, the whole shape was strange, it looked like a sort a dormitory hallway. Since it stated very clearly on my reservation form that I had booked a room with a QUEEN BED, I called the front desk and complained. He immediately said it would be no problem to switch and that he would send the bellman up to move us, again he didn't even give me the option of getting the new key myself, so we waited until the bellman was able to come up and move us. The upshot was the lovely new room with no problems. I believe that what happened was that the man at the desk saw 2 females travelling together and thought he could get away with giving us a sub-standard room, saving the queen room in case a "couple" came in.

Anyway, we had no further problems with the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy, but that experience definitely tainted things a bit, especially since we'd had good experiences with all our other hotels in Italy.

The breakfast was good, and they had a beautiful restaurant, although we didn't eat there, and apparently a rooftop balcony though it was too cold when we were there to take advantage. Everything was clean and it was in a great location to explore Rome. They also provided a car service to take us to the airport (50 Euros) about the same price as a taxi.

I don't think the Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy is a bad hotel, and probably most people wouldn't have our experience, but if it speaks to the way they operate, I can't wholeheartedly recommend them.

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With the location that Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy has, you can get to see all the major Rome sites attractions within 2 days. we never needed to take the metro or use Rome public transport. The Vatican & Sistine chapel were the furthest sites away, but we got there in 20 minute stroll. The Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy facilitated us with an early check in which was great as we had a very early flight into Rome. However, even though they say you will get a 'king size double bed', we got 2 single beds pushed together. After complaining to the reception I was informed that all rooms were like this.

The hotel rooms were quite stuffy and again we were wrongly informed that air conditioning was provided. Ours was not working, and another complaint to the reception informed me that the units only provide 'hot air'. The plumbing from the showers and toilets go through the walls but are very very loud. I requested a room change assuming this was only happening in my room, but reception staff informed me that all the rooms are like this. Breakfast was fine, you can eat European buffet style. Overall a nice hotel, friendly staff and amazing location, but i would class this as a 3 star hotel.

Some tips if you're travelling to the hotel: From Ciampino airport, get the COTRAL bus which leaves outside (Eur 1.20 ) this takes you to the Anagnina Metro stop. You can buy a 75 minute metro ticket (1 Euro), then take the metro to Termini, and change to the orange line, take metro to Collesseo stop. The Cosmopolita hotel Rome Italy is a 5 minute walk from there. Total travel time from the Fiumicino airport is 40 mins max, taxi is 30 euro, so you can save a lot of money using the public transport, unless you are destroyed after the flight!

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