The hotel itself is pretty nice, and as we were upgraded to a junior suite for free, I really shouldn't complain, but: the wifi costs something like 30 euros a day, and that's for just one device. Plus there's extremely poor cell phone coverage, so if you have any communication needs during your stay, make sure to count in the cost for wifi. And there's no iron in the room.
That was really a pitty, as the Hotel itself is quite nice, and the location good given it's in the hotel district. Breakfast is actually alright for being Italian, just make sure you don't touch any of the warm options, and of course the coffee is sub par. The bar is a real disappointment, having something like two whites and two reds available, but I take it this is due to the targeted Asian clientele.
To sum it up: if you need to stay in touch with the world, don't go.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the historic centre of Rome, close to the train station, the new UNA Hotel Roma is characterized by a strong architectural design throughout its 6 floors. It features 197 rooms, 5 meeting rooms, restaurant and bar. Private garage.The hotel is: a few steps from the Opera Theatre, Santa Maria Maggiore Church 15 min on foot, 5 min ( 2 stops) by metro, from the Coliseum / Fori imperiali 20 min on foot from Trevi Fountain, Quirinale, Altare della Patria 30 min on foot from Piazza di Spagna, Panteon. ... more less
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