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Via Merulana 227 5° Floor With Lift, 00185 Rome Italy
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#1,002 of 4,432 B&Bs / Inns in Rome
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iRooms Central Station - Rooms with Jacuzzi, tropical rain showers or Grotto Spa, iPad in the room with fast Wi-Fi connection, free minibar, color therapy, smart TV with unlimited selection of films. strategic position, very close to the metro, the Coliseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain can all be reached in less than 30 minutes' walk
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etastycherr wrote a review Oct 2019
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We were moved to this hotel from another one of iRoom’s sister hotels which was an awesome hotel. When we arrived we were greeted by a lady that was very helpful in making it right that we got moved from another hotel. The other hotel offered a free breakfast but this one did not normally. However, she took us to a cafe and the hotel paid for a few items. The room was clean but there was a pretty big issue in the room. The AC wasn’t working. It was very hot in the room. When we found out that it wasn’t working the staff was gone for the day, because they leave at 3 pm. We tried calling the number listed at the desk from our cell phone and their desk phone. Both times we called we got a message that the number wasn’t in use. There was a paper in the room that said to message through Skype on their iPads for support. We tried to message for help on the iPad and no one replied. Looking at other messages on the iPad from the recent history, many other messages went unanswered. Eventually we called a support number from our previous hotel and we got another number to try for this current location. When we called he told us that the air was central and that we just needed to push and hold a button on our thermostat in our room. This is also what the instructions on the iPad said but our room didn’t have thermostat with any buttons, it was just a dial and a switch. So either the instructions weren’t updated or we had an old thermostat. After trying to get the thermostat to work for a minute the support guy hung up on us. We called back and he said that he would try to get a hold of the owner to see if we could move rooms. He never called back... So we saw a fan in the lobby and took it into our room to get some relief from the heat. Honestly, the thing that made me rate this so low was the fact that we were hung up on and that there was no attempt to make the air conditioning situation right.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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K459 wrote a review Oct 2019
Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom20 contributions7 helpful votes
Lovely place, clean, tidy and lots of effort put into the rooms. Close to attractions, walking distance. We arrived late and managed to get in ok, but daunting as you first open the door from the street but all good! Finding the hotel is done by the numbers on the street which was quite simple. Lots of nice restaurants and coffee shops. Next door coffee shop has lovely coffee and homemade crisps which were lovely!!! Staff very good and polite. Room benefits from lots of extras. We stayed in ILove which was more aimed at couples but still really enjoyed. Definitely would stay again.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Michaela E wrote a review Sep 2019
6 contributions4 helpful votes
wonderful room, fabulous service and great location - what more can i say? reception could not be more helpful. room was clean and mini bar stocked with water every day (free) air conditioning a must and was cold :-)
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Date of stay: September 2019
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jacko1747 wrote a review Aug 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom87 contributions52 helpful votes
On arrival, in the street you don’t see anything that makes this accommodation stand out, but look for the building numbers next to the big residential doors and you’ll see irooms, press the buzzer and the staff will let you in. Take the old lift up to the 5th floor (or walk, we needed the exercise) and you’ll find these irooms accommodation. It is a converted residential flat. There’s one member of staff on duty at a time and both the ladies we encountered were very helpful. The jacuzzi room we had was spotless and the air conditioning was perfect due to the heat wave outside. The location is spot on, we walked all around the city seeing the sites, it’s also just a short walk to the hop on and off bus tours and it’s very handy for the train station. Only a 15 minute walk with luggage after getting off the Leonardo Express from the airport. Would definitely go back and stay there again. Oh, there’s some amazingly good restaurants close by, and if you walk down the street for a couple of minutes and cross the road you’ll find a great coffee / pastry shop
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Andrew wrote a review Jun 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Unfortunately I cannot recommend this place to anybody. We arrived and the elevator wasn’t working so we had to climb 6 flights of stairs with our luggage. When we got there we were greeted by a shouting match between the staff and a resident from down below as someone had left the door to the elevator open and that’s why it wasn’t working, to her credit Nanu was very apologetic and gave us an upgrade room to the ispa. Everything seemed fine but on returning to our room at around 9:30pm there was a horrible smell of sewage that was noticeable from the reception, turns out it was our room and coming from the toilet and the jacuzzi which is situated right beside the bed. We had also noticed that something had come up through the jacuzzi including pubic hair, a moth and what looked like sand or dirt. We brought this to nanus Attention via what’s app and she said as it was after 3pm she couldn’t do anything. the following morning after having to block the drains and wedge the doors with towels and spray deodorant and aftershave in a failed attempt to mask the smell. We requested an early checkout however were refused any compensation unless they could sell the room again. I have never written a review before and have travelled all over the world but am writing this in hope it can make someone’s Rome trip a little better by avoiding this property. Unfortunately we are now out of pocket and had to book another property, even though we haven’t received anything back from iRooms.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Angie wrote a review Jan 2019
3 contributions4 helpful votes
This is our third stay with iRooms and we love them every time. First year we stayed near the Pantheon but the last two years we chose the central station. We have stayed in both the iTube and iLove rooms here and they’re both great. Immaculately clean and the staff are very friendly. Location is great, as near the station and metro and the rooms are excellent value for money. iRooms will always be special for us as he proposed here last year! Will be back next year again
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Robyn T wrote a review Nov 2018
London, United Kingdom35 contributions5 helpful votes
We were so happy with our choice of hotel! So close to the colluseum and near shops but also not noisy! We stayed in the ispa room which was lovely, cosy room with colour changing controls and a hot tub. We loved it! Thank you!!
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Lilly B wrote a review Oct 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom33 contributions22 helpful votes
Good points: -Amazing location -Modern, very clean rooms -Amazing hosts/receptionists. Gina and Maribeth -The jacuuzi in the room was ace -The hosts went out of their way to make our stay comfortable -Reasonably priced -My little one enjoyed the colour changing lights I have no negative for this place. I'm so glad I found it and we shall definitely return !
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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Denis A wrote a review Sep 2018
Key West, Florida3 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice clean high tech room! Great location - steps from Colosseum! Mary at the frontdesk is nice and very informative. Provided me with directions and tours, even booked one for me. True jewel! Highly recommend the place.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled solo
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C A wrote a review Jan 2018
Suffolk19 contributions22 helpful votes
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My partner and I have just returned from a 3 night stay at the iRooms Central Station in Rome. We stayed in the iZen room with huge Grotto spa/shower and were very pleased with our stay. I appreciate everyone has their own opinions, but I believe some of the reviews below mine are a little over exaggerated. Firstly, the accommodation is about a 7minute walk from the Termini station where most airport shuttle buses drop you off. The street the accommodation is well populated with bars and restaurants and small shops so if you don't feel like venturing out far, there is always something nearby. It is true the entrance to the accommodation isn't exactly what you would imagine. There are no flags or plaques to announce the iRooms are where they are. However if you actually use an ounce of sense when booking and doing your homework, you can Google streetview the address of the hotel and get a feel for what is nearby to give you some landmarks on arrival. The building number (227) is very clearly marked. You'll come up to large wooden doors. On the intercom system on the right you need to press number 10 for iRooms. You'll then be buzzed in and have to go up to the 5th floor. It is true there is a small lift, but it is perfectly capable of performing it's function of taking you up 5 flights with cases so previous moaning reviews really are obsolete. When you arrive out of the lift the door is clearly marked with a plaque for iRooms. We were greeted by the loveliest receptionist and made to feel very welcome. We arrived at 11am, some hours before official check in times, and were given the key to our room straight away as it was already ready for us. If for any reason your room isn't ready the receptionist is more than happy for you to leave your bags, moreover when the room is ready I heard they were put into the room ready for another guests arrival. The reception area is a small and kitsch but very modern. The Wi-Fi password is on the front desk too. It is worth mentioning the front desk is physically manned from 0800 until 1500. After this there are numbers you can call and you can also Skype the iRooms at the Pantheon from the iPad in your room should you have any questions or problems. Check ins after 3pm are done remotely and still super efficient. Payment of city tax is taken upon check out. Like all iRooms hotels, the iRooms at central station had 6 themed rooms. All were occupied at the time of our stay in essentially low season. We had the iZen with huge spa grotto. We were not disappointed. The room was larger than we imagined it would be and immaculately clean. It is worth mentioning the bed is very low to the ground, Japanese style but is also very comfortable. The main bathroom is spacious with double basins and a bidet. It is worth mentioning as previous reviewers have about a smell. We were lucky in that on 2 of our nights this was not present. On our 3rd night there was indeed a smell. At some points stronger than others. It is something that is out of the hotels hands. It is a general drainage issue for the entire city and when you see how populated Rome is with huge buildings and apartments I think it is very unfair to try and pin the blame on the hoteliers themselves. Every city is different and this smell was recognised in a few areas of the city by my partner and I. If necessary you can open windows- but as with any smell after a few minutes you adjust and get used to it. The spa grotto was lovely. Big sliding glass door and curtain so you don't soak your room. Two handles on the right on the inside- turn them to the left for hot water. Above one is a silver button- press this to start the waterfalls from the walls on the seated shelf area. Never an issue with water temperature. Netflix was a lovely in room touch as was the iPad. Very useful in planning our days out. Also very cool to be able to choose a mood lighting for the room but it isn't a be all and end all thing that you'll spend hours tinkering with. The free minibar in the room does get refilled every day. However it is only one bottle of still and sparkling water, one chocolate wafer biscuit and some pizza flavoured biscuits. Yes some people may expect more- but it is a gesture. Not many hotels give a free minibar restocked daily but in any case it is nice to have a small fridge for any other drinks or snacks you may bring back. At night we found the building and streets to be quiet. Obviously it depends on who the other room occupiers are. Yes you can hear movement outside your room but in a small boutique hotel that is essentially an Italian apartment what do you expect? Our only gripey suggestion would be is that it really isn't an accommodation to bring young children too. Most rooms are doubles anyway so are better suited to friends or couples. We had a family with a very young child who cried and screamed endlessly on a few occasions on our last night, but we were out in the evenings and was quiet when we came back. On checkout you may leave your bags until it is time to head to the airport. The receptionist will take your room key but leave you with keys for all the entrance doors. There is a small toilet to use before you head off. Nearby the hotel there is a number of metro stations, bus stops and tram lines. We arrived in Rome intending to use this, however we used no public transport in the end and walked everywhere. The colosseum is so close by, it is actually a privilege to be so close to such an amazing monument. It's sheer scale is breathtaking. To get there we turned right out of our building, immediate right at the corner of the road 3 doors along, followed that to the very bottom of the road and right again which takes you to a park entrance. A beautiful park and a short stroll through and the colosseum is right ahead of you. Perfect photo opportunities. It is true the Trevi Fountain/Piazza Navona/Spanish steps/Pantheon/Vatican etc are a fair walk away. 30 minutes I would guess to the Trevi Fountain but then everything is fairly near to each other from there. In any case we walked about 14 miles a day and yes our feet were wrecked but you don't notice it for the amazing monuments and architecture you see on your travels. There is something literally every step of the way. In the popular areas you do get hassled by people selling skip the lines and guided tours. A polite no thank you or we've already been in usually suffices and they'll leave you be. It is a gauntlet and you will be caught many times but they are usually respectful if you say no thank you. There are also alot of for lack of better words foreign men who try to "give" you bracelets etc. Do not take them as they will expect money. Much like the men dressed as centurions. If you do stop for a photo with them they will also expect money. It is easily avoidable again with a polite no thank you and walking on. Top tip worth mentioning- pre book an underground tour of the colosseum online. It is in addition to the normal 12 euro entrance fee but the knowledge you get from your guide and access to areas others can't get to is unrivalled. About 1.5 hours in total but well worth the extra 11 euros. This cannot be booked just walking into the ticket office. All colosseum tickets include access to the Roman forum and palatine hill across the way and are valid for two consecutive days but only one entry per monument. So colosseum Friday, Roman forum Saturday etc. The last Sunday in every month all entrances to monuments are free, including the Vatican and Sistine chapel etc. In summary please do not be put off the iRooms from previous reviews. I have been honest about issues others have addressed but they really are very minor. The receptionist is a total asset to the hotel. It is immaculately clean and you won't necessarily find Netflix, mood lighting or a refilled mini bar in many other hotels in Rome. Other people expect to pay pennies and receive the earth but if you are realistic and do your homework, you'll hopefully appreciate this hotel as much as we did. You are out of the room the majority of the bed and it perfectly performs it's function of a very comfortable bed, toilet and shower and daily maid service. What more can you really want?! Enjoy Rome. It really is the most beautiful city in the world.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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$98 - $178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ItalyLazioRomeCentro / Monti
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Frequently Asked Questions about iRooms Central Station
Which popular attractions are close to iRooms Central Station?
Nearby attractions include Basilica di Santa Prassede (0.3 miles), Escape Rome (0.10 miles), and Basilica of San Clemente (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at iRooms Central Station?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a hot tub, and baggage storage.
What are some restaurants close to iRooms Central Station?
Conveniently located restaurants include RADICI - Pizzicheria Salentina, Ornelli Black Angus Steakhouse, and Ristorante Perpetual.
Is iRooms Central Station located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Rome.
Are pets allowed at iRooms Central Station?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at iRooms Central Station?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to iRooms Central Station?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (0.3 miles), St. Peter's Basilica (2.5 miles), and Colosseum (0.5 miles).